- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 25 Apr 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Talk Don't Walk 10 May 2011
YPAS Peer Supporters develop communication skills of pre\excluded young people, to facilitate community discussion groups, to improve relationships in school and at home, preventing exclusion.
Super Heroes: Words Are Our Power! 14 Dec 2015
Writing on the Wall is a Liverpool-based community charity that promotes and celebrates writing in all its forms through a month-long annual festival and year-round projects. It will test whether working with schools to create a programme of creative writing and illustration workshops, with a super hero theme, can increase children’s attainment in literacy, their social skills, self-esteem and aspirations.
Creative Media Projects for PRUs 20 Apr 2006
Series of accredited creative media projcets for PRUs culminating in a public screening which aims to enable participants to represent and express themselves.
A grant to Tate Gallery Liverpool Pilot Creative Apprenticeships - Project Development
A further request for an extra £70,000 to the implementation phase of the pilot initiative to support the balance of the wage support and other costs of the apprenticeships not yet secured. Also a request to reallocate £30,000 of the existing PHF grant.
Out of the Blue 28 Oct 2013
Five art clubs, with activities linked to gallery programming, for children aged 6-11 supported by learning disabled artist volunteers. Related network to support sharing.
Creative Apprenticeships Liverpool Prototype Stage Two: Capacity Building and Implementation 17 Jul 2007
This application relates to our Creative Apprenticeships special initiative The programme is one of a small number of creative apprenticeship prototypes currently being developed around the country and aiming to create and strengthen progression pathways for young people within the sector. This application requests support for phase two of the programme, the 'capacity building' phase and for the overall evaluation of the pilot.
The promotion of reading through live events, participation programmes promoting social inclusion through shared reading, and the publication of a quarterly magazine
'Tenantspin' 02 Nov 2009
To develop FACT's community programme Tennantspin which uses new technology and media to address issues such as community cohesion, social exclusion, citizenship and civic participation.
'In Harmony' West Everton 23 Apr 2012
Core-support for a 'Sistema-inspired' daily provision of music-making activities to children, families and residents of West Everton.
Support toward the development and implementation of innovative national partnerships which will encompass professional touring theatre, engagement, participatory projects and digital activity.
In Harmony Liverpool 25 Apr 2016
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic’s In Harmony Liverpool programme uses orchestral music making to improve the health, education and aspirations of young people aged 0-18 and their families in Everton. This is the third grant from PHF, supporting an ambitious proposal that includes expansion in the early years, musical progression for hundreds of young people and an increased focus on training for teachers.
State of the Nation 12 Dec 2006
Professional and partcipatory theatre project based on feasabilty sudy funded by ACE facilitated by 60 professional artists focusing on questions of identity, community and nationhood.
Capacity building - Get into Reading Manager 23 Sep 2008
A three year grant for the Get into Reading Manager, a new position within the Reader organisation. The overall purpose of this role will be to promote and deliver GIR training nationally in order to help the organisation become self-sustaining through earned income and expand GIR's geographic and beneficiary reach. Ultimately the Reader wants to be the leading agency for reading development.
Towards three pilots testing different approaches to working with new audiences, prior to Open Eye Gallery moving to its new building.
FIHRM is a new international network led by National Museums Liverpool's International Slavery Museum - our support goes towards FIHRM's second conference in Liverpool in October 2011.