- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2015
- Total GBP grants
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No limits 16 Mar 2015
No Limits will use arts to empower newly arrived young migrant women to successfully integrate and articulate demands for opportunities to achieve their highest potential
Improving the long-term prospects of disadvantaged children, young people and their families by providing accessible and tailored mental health support in 300 schools by 2018.
Storysharing in Schools 27 Mar 2015
Widening access to Storysharing, researching ways to provide effective, affordable intervention in schools, home and in the community, building capacity within the company to deliver.
1. Trans: Delivering the "interaction" method with Education and health professionals. 2: Sexual abuse: Consultations and community building resulting in a plan of action.
A grant to Ealing Law Centre Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens
Dance for Parkinson's Disease 19 Oct 2015
Dance Base, Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, and Scottish Ballet will pilot a regular programme of weekly dance activities in Edinburgh and Glasgow for people with Parkinson's, their caregivers, families and friends – accompanied by live music. They plan to explore how to monitor the impact of this pilot in partnership with Glasgow University Institute of Neurological Sciences.
Newport Legends 17 Nov 2015
Operasonic is a new organisation based in Newport, South Wales, which creates a range of opportunities for young people to explore, create and experience opera. The Newport Legends programme will enable young people in Newport to create small scale operatic performances and to explore the medium as a powerful vehicle for self-expression.
The Royal Exchange(RET), a theatre in central Manchester, has developed its work with young people and older people over the last five years. They will now pilot RET Local - a mobile theatre and engagement programme particularly targeting these age groups. They will create two, six-month community residencies in the low-engagement areas of Rochdale and Cheetham Hill, delivered in partnership with local agencies.
The Tetley will provide ongoing, in-depth arts programming to young people who have previously had limited opportunities to engage in extra-curricular creative activities. They will get regular access to a significant contemporary art venue, where they will be working alongside professional artists, and be given opportunities to consider further education or careers within the arts and creative industries.
Funding toward the Co-Director's salary 14 Dec 2015
URPotential works to build community cohesion. Their four main areas of focus include: training, research and consultancy, direct delivery of youth work and volunteering. This funding will go towards a Co-Director’s salary. The grant will allow for an increase in hours for a young manager. The organisation seeks to be part of larger contracts and to ensure young people's voices are heard locally and nationally.
Asylos is a pan-European volunteer network that that trains and support volunteers to research vital information to help refugees fleeing war, violence, and persecution to claim their right to asylum. This grant will fund Asylos to trial their model, well tested in France, Belgium and Greece, in the UK. Asylos will support refugee community organisations and lawyers to research country of origin information for young asylum seekers, helping them claim their right to asylum.
Fenham Association of Residents (FAR) is a leading community organisation in the West End of Newcastle. It works with young people to strengthen community cohesion, help them to overcome the challenges they face and to achieve their goals. This grant will go towards the salary of the Children and Young People’s Lead Worker. This will enable FAR to develop its work with young people further around its priority areas, whilst taking advantage of a newly renovated building. These priorities include: mental health, sexual health, education and training and diversity.
A project to test the impact of creative arts-based approaches to Literacy in 7 schools in disadvantaged areas around Stoke-on-Trent where the arts have been squeezed out of the school day. Artists and teachers will work in partnership to address specific areas of the Literacy curriculum through creative interventions. Staffordshire University will evaluate the project with a focus on children's attainment in Literacy.
Safe Passage - Calais+ 01 Dec 2015
Citizens UK organises communities across the UK to act together on social justice issues. This project is a partnership between Citizens UK, the Migrants' Law Project at Islington Law Centre and Bhatt Murphy Solicitors which will support individuals trapped in the ‘Jungle’ in Calais and further afied in Europe, who have settled family in the UK to apply for their asylum claims to be heard by the UK.
Craft Café Review 10 Feb 2015
A full evaluation and review of the Craft Café model which aims to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst older people (60+) through creative practice led by professional artists.
Support and scale a digital community that empowers young people to share their stories with their peers to combat isolation and distribute early intervention support.