- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 15 Aug 2006
- Latest award date
- 06 Jun 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Parachute Project 27 Mar 2007
The Parachute Project will work with local RCOs and other refugee organisations to deliver a programme of creative activities to young people from the refugee and asylum seeking community.
Turn About Pegasus 12 Feb 2010
Reducing the number of children with persistently poor school attendance and the number of school exclusions by transforming attitudes and behaviours of young people and re-engaging them in education through the delivery of Equine Assisted Learning.
CREW 05 May 2010
Core support underpinning a training and development programme for staff, including audience development initiatives and a cultural exchange programme across other contemporary arts venues.
The Learning and Participation Ensemble 29 Jun 2010
To set up an ensemble to provide leadership for SG's team of musicians, working across the region and in the building as animateurs, teachers and performers. Each ensemble member will either lead strands of work (overseeing particular music practices or contexts, such a folk music) or lead specific projects working as an individual musician, in small groups or as part of the whole ensemble.
School as Producer: The Magic Flute 19 Dec 2011
Scoping exercise to validate ideas, engage 'critical friends', challenge assumptions (scale, budget, partners), set up a steering committee and hold a brainstorming/planning day for project team.
To develop a programme of community collaboration, inspired by Amber's archive collection.
ArtWorks-U: Participatory Arts and Media MOOC 01 Feb 2016
To offer a specialist MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) for artists, students and others working in participatory settings, to build on ArtWorks legacy.
YFNE is seeking to build on its successful co-produced mental health and employability initiatives to spread co-production more widely. It plans both to grow these programmes and apply the learning into other areas of work, such as with young people with additional needs. PHF support will part-fund the existing post of Programme Director, who will take these initiatives forward.
A 3 year programme to develop the speaking and listening skills of young people with learning disabilities and / or difficulties in Gateshead, within the context of meaningful work experience with local employers.
To work with teachers, employers and students to develop, trial and modify materials to improve students' speaking and listening skills in work experience programmes.
The Keyfund seeks to engage young people who are vulnerable and facing complex barriers to progression and social mobility. It focuses on helping young people identify their passions and practically developing their skills and strengths for success. Keyfund plans to use 2015/16 to reflect, innovate and transition. This grant will support the CEO’s salary and contribute to two new posts. This will enable the organisation to focus on business development, marketing and promotions to build resilience for the future.
Our Museum - TWAM transition funding 11 Jan 2016
Our Museum transition funding to be divided between salaries, backfilling for Front of House staff engaged in workshops, and a critical friend.