- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 09 Jan 2019
- Latest award date
- 17 Dec 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Core support over two years 09 Jan 2019
Women at the Well supports women whose lives are affected by, or at risk of being affected by prostitution. Established in 2007, the organisation has supported communities in Camden, Islington and Haringey for the last ten years. Services are provided to people who have multiple and complex needs including drug and alcohol abuse, mental health difficulties, experience of homelessness and trafficking. A core programme at a women-only building in Kings Cross building helps to meet basic needs including food, laundry, as well as advocacy and support services.
Core funding for 360Giving, 2019-2021 17 Jan 2019
360Giving publishes data from the grant-making sector in a searchable format. This funding will enable 360Giving to expand the number of funders publishing data and to support the use of the data by grant seekers and grant makers in their decisions and research.
Tech for Good 21 Jan 2019
Comic Relief and Paul Hamlyn Foundation are working in partnership to deliver the Tech for Good for three years, from 2019 through 2021. This programme supports charity organisations who are using technology to deliver new ideas and make services more effective.
Soul Full Send Off - Doing Death Differently 29 Jan 2019
This grant will support the scoping and development of a community-based service so that people of all ages can find support and be open about their struggles with grief.
The Intelligence Collective 29 Jan 2019
The Intelligence Collective is an experience combining playable theatre, technology, and neuroscience to build young people’s capacity for thinking together, improving emotional resilience and ability to disagree civilly. This grant will support the co-development of an interactive digital story based on a popular Young Adult novel with a group of young people to improve emotional resilience and capacity for thinking together.
Daniel Baker is an artist, writer and education professional. Through this grant he aims to design and pilot an alternative arts qualification for adults with mental health challenges, chronic illness and/or learning difficulties.
SYMO fights Disability Hate Crime in schools 29 Jan 2019
Stephen Carolan is co-founder of Shoot Your Mouth Off CIC, which offers creative activities for learning disabled adults in Hartlepool. This grant will support the co-creation of a schools-based workshop with learning disabled adults to challenge negative attitudes and fight hate crime.
Transform Justice is a national charity working for a fair, humane, open and effective justice system. This grant will support the development of a movement to advocate for criminal records reform.
Knowledge is made here 29 Jan 2019
Sara Greavu and Andrea Franke’s practices combine education, activism and arts-based social practice. This grant will help them to research, develop and pilot a voluntary learning programme for young people that harnesses the knowledge and expertise of local activists and thinkers.
This grant will support the scoping and development of a project to raise awareness of career opportunities in health innovation among school leavers in Wales.
Neurodiversity Think Tank 29 Jan 2019
Keiran Rose is a blogger and campaigner who advocates for greater understanding of the rights and needs of autistic people. Through this grant, Keiran will co-develop a neurodiversity think tank with the North East Autism Society to review and feedback on local service provision and to engage in ongoing public debates through social media, events and other channels.
Livery Advocates Pilot 14 Feb 2019
This grant will fund the pilot of a project that supports people in employability programmes to take the next step in their careers through building relationships with Livery members.
Bureau Local 18 Feb 2019
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that works to holds power to account. This grant will support the organisation to work with a network of local journalists and civil society to report stories that spark positive action and change.
LocalMotion - a placed-based funders' consortium 19 Feb 2019
This grant provides support for a placed-based funders' consortium with Lloyds Bank Foundation, Tudor Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, City Bridge Trust and Lankelly Chase Foundation.
Phosphoros Theatre makes political theatre performed by refugee and asylum-seeking actors. This grant will support Phosphoros to make work with and performed by unaccompanied asylum-seeking young people.
Fly The Flag 04 Mar 2019
This grant provides support for Fly the Flag, a cross-sector campaign marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that aims to empower people to understand, embrace and uphold human rights.
Just for Kids Law is a legal charity working with young people, supporting them to understand their rights and providing specialist advocacy and representation through their youth-led service model. This grant will support organisational growth and development as part of the Growth Fund annual package of support.
in2scienceUK empowers students experiencing disadvantage to achieve their potential and progress to careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through work placements and careers guidance. This grant will support the programme’s expansion across the South East, South West and North West.
Free Radical is a youth led company in Birmingham that supports young people to develop skills, confidence and networks through creative activities and events. Follow-on funding will support Free Radical to build organisational capacity to deliver an expanded programme of youth-led creative activities.
Outreach work to engage young people affected by issues such as gangs, youth violence, and extremist groups. 11 Mar 2019
Hideaway Youth Project helps young people aged 11–25 in the Moss Side area of Manchester to realise their potential, build their self-esteem and feel accepted and confident about the future. This grant will support a Senior Youth Worker to develop a new street outreach approach. Manchester Metropolitan University will evaluate this new strand of work, and Hideaway will share learning through regional and national networks.