- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 06 May 2020
- Total GBP grants
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- Total Non-GBP grants
purchase of laptops, portable projector and printer for a charity which works with disadvantaged young people in London
purchase IT equipment for a charity which works with disabled people in London
EU Withdrawal Bill Co-ordination 26 Feb 2018
This grant will continue to support the coordination function for work on the EU Withdrawal Bill. This will support advocacy groups to collaborate across a wide range of sectors including human rights, environment, consumer, workers’ rights, equality, democracy, transparency, food, farming and trade to ensure that the interests of these communities can be fully heard as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
Belonging in London: London Identities 16 Oct 2017
Through a literature review and a workshop with experts and stakeholders, the London Identities project will culminate in the production of a short research paper exploring the concept of London identities, and describing what actions can be taken to forge a stronger sense of shared civic identities.
Making the case for the Community Wealth Fund. 09 May 2018
Local Trust aims to enable residents to make their communities and their areas better places in which to live. The grant will research and stakeholder consultation exploring the case for a Community Wealth Fund. The Fund will be an endowment to support communities experiencing disadvantage in England. Investment would come from new dormant assets and corporates issuing a small proportion of new share capital.
Exhibition of Anaesthetists 24 Mar 2005
The Association of Anaesthetists of GB and Ireland have been awarded a grant that will allow them to put on an exhibition and also a lecture regarding pioneering anaesthetists of WW2; Edgar Pask, Henry Rex Marett and Professor Robert Macintosh. The lecture will also be attended by war veterans, widows and relatives where their memories and memorabilia can be retained within their heritage collections.
Concert, Reunion and Display 24 Mar 2005
The West Wickham branch of The Royal British Legion will use their grant to commemorate both VE and VJ Days by holding a concert, parade and Drum Head Service. The group will also be visiting schools to talk to school children about WW2.
After-school clubs 21 Mar 2005
This primary school want to run after school classes in football dance drama and art creatvity for year 1 and two pupils. These clubs will be open for all children but will focus on children with behavorial problems. The dance and drama classes will offer children the opportunity to join external coaching outside of school. football coach 30wks x 2hrs x #15 ph (#900), dance instructor x 30wks x #25 ph (#750) creativity club leader (#1500), 8 tables (#720), table stacker (#170), 40 chairs (#360)
Expansion 21 Mar 2005
The Arts Temple is an organisation that runs afterschool clubs out of a primary school and local youth centre, they teach singing, dancing and studio sound/voice recording where the young people get to record there voices singing /rapping over a piece of music that they have created. _x000B__x000B_The group aims to expand by running afterschool clubs from another 5 primary school._x000B__x000B_choreographers x 2 1.5hrsx3days pwk (Â£1620), singing tutor x2 1.5hrsx3days (Â£1620), sound engineer 1.5hrsx3days (Â£810) - breakdown provided
25 years - Raising Educational attainment 21 Mar 2005
Funding would enable this group to clebebrate their 25th anniversary by raising educational achievement, by celebrating the work of supplementary schools, sharing good practices and strategies between schoolsand highlighting the benefits of supplementary schools to parents.
Developing Keep Fit and Healthy Programme 21 Mar 2005
Castelnau Centre is a education information, social and leisure facilities for the benefit for the community in North Barnes. There is provision for after school clubs for 5-11 years, mother and toddler group and activities for the over fifties club. Their mission is to provide a vibrant, self sustaining community in the Castelnau Estate. The Centre would like to extend their cooking activities to a keep fit and healthy programme. Staff (#3600)k
Brent Young Refugee Forum 21 Mar 2005
This group promotes integration fro refugees and asylum seekers in the borough of Brent. The group would like to focusing working groups on health and social care, training and employment, information and advocacy. They would like to extend the hours of their part time information officer to develop this work. The aim of the project is to is to voice the views of young vulnerable people in Brent. 2 computers and accessories including software (Â£2000), 2 desks (Â£400), 4 chairs (Â£360), filing cabinet (Â£240)