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- 05 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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Young carers helping to inform professionals 11 Dec 2017
Gloucestershire Young Carers (GYC) works with almost 1,200 young people aged 5-25 with caring responsibility for a family member. Members of ‘yCHIPS’, its specialist forum for young people affected by parental substance misuse or mental ill health, will be supported to influence professionals and practitioners. They will design and lead sessions with staff from the police, social services, and substance misuse services, to influence systemic change and help them provide better support for young carers.
Three Minute Heroes links the writing of young people aged 11-25 about their mental health to singers/musicians and performance poets, who then set these words to music and perform them. The Warren plans to evaluate the impact of this project to understand its effect on participants and explore the potential for social franchise.
Become provides support and advice to care-experienced children and young people across England, to help them realise their potential and understand their rights. Through the grant, a new coaching programme will be piloted with 190 young people in London. The pilot will use evidence and learning to inform replication of the programme in other regions. It will also develop and implement an income diversification strategy to enhance organisational sustainability and capacity.
This project will provide a new approach to integration and migration to Wales. It aims to reflect the circumstances of people who migrate, to examine migration of all kinds, and to sit within the context of wider economic and social trends. The project will help to inform debate, framing it positively, and aims to increase capacity and understanding in civil society and amongst policy-makers.
RefugeeYouth is a grassroots charity dedicated to bettering the life chances of young refugees and newly arrived asylum seekers aged 14 to 20. In partnership with its members, the organisation will pilot a new Youth Leadership Programme that builds on and codifies its approach to youth participation. Learning from this pilot will inform the development of a toolkit, which will be used for wider dissemination and to support future replication.
Based in Belfast, the Black Box is an alternative culture and entertainment venue, which runs creative activities for learning-disabled young adults in collaboration with local artists and arts organisations. This grant will pilot the creation of an accessible, public space in Belfast City Centre offering daily creative programmes for learning disabled individuals across all age groups.
Integrate UK: Improving our Reach 11 Dec 2017
Integrate UK is a youth led charity based in Bristol that promotes gender and racial equality, integration and community cohesion. Over the past year it has seen an 80% increase in demand from schools for its youth led sessions. In response, it plans to invest in infrastructure and expand its offer in Wales and the West Midlands.
Community Space for Young People 11 Dec 2017
TADS is a charity based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, which supports young people experiencing mental health distress through mentoring, befriending, counselling and group work. The grant would provide rent for a new larger building for TADS. This would allow it to extend provision, generate income and support local voluntary sector organisations.
Independent Workers of Great Britain aims to support low-paid workers who have migrated to the UK so that they are better enabled to claim their rights. The project seeks to empower them to become leaders in their workplaces and communities. It will also contribute to the development of positive narratives around migration.
Peace First UK Challenge: Planning and Design 11 Dec 2017
Peace First is dedicated to helping young people around the world to become powerful peacemakers. This grant will support work to scope the Peace First Challenge in the UK, engaging young people in creating transformative social action projects.
Campaign Bootcamp work to develop and deliver training programmes that give people the skills, network and resilience to tackle important social issues. Campaign Bootcamp plan to focus their future work on three priority areas over the next three years: migration, mental health and disability rights. Through this grant, they seek to embed the migration stream in their training by adapting the programme’s syllabus, structure and outreach to potential participants.
Together Stronger 11 Dec 2017
Together Stronger aims to give young people in the Rhonnda Cynon Taf area more opportunities to participate in and develop through high quality arts experiences, by consolidating and developing a partnership between the Wales Millennium Centre and charity Valleys Kids. Both organisations will share and learn from each other and facilitate a robust evaluation process, enabling them to extend the reach and impact.
European Economic Area citizens pooled fund 11 Dec 2017
New Philanthropy Capital will run a pooled fund, which will make grants to civil society organisations across the UK to help secure the rights of European Economic Area (EEA) nationals to remain in the UK. The grants will focus on supporting the policy capacity of civil society to advocate for EEA citizens and providing information about the process.
Following 25 years of successful arts engagement with those affected by homelessness, Cardboard Citizens seeks to develop its ‘wraparound model’ to meet the increasing demand and complex needs of members. It will further enhance recruitment, induction and progression routes as well as improving evaluation of its long-term impact.
ShareAction is a charity focusing on achieving social and environmental change through investments. This grant will support core activities to contribute towards sustainable growth and to build an investment system that serves communities and protects the environment.
What Next? Is a movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations across the UK, to articulate, champion and strengthen the role of culture in our society. We work together and seek alliances beyond the cultural sector to become a catalyst for fresh thinking and new policy ideas. Through advocacy, campaigning and collaboration we engage people in different conversations about how and why arts and culture are important.
The Cultural Learning Alliance (CLA) is a collective voice working to ensure that all children and young people have meaningful access to culture. The Alliance aims to develop and advocate for a coherent national strategy for cultural learning; unite the education, youth and cultural sectors; showcase excellent projects and practice and demonstrate why cultural learning is so important. This grant will support the core services of the organisation as they focus their campaigning work around employability, careers and wellbeing, over the next five years.
Clore Social Leadership works to develop leaders with a social purpose to enable them to transform their communities, organisations and the world around them. This grant will fund the core work of the programme and support the organisation in developing a membership offer, enabling a digital transformation and increasing reach.
Liberty is an independent organisation that campaigns for civil liberties and human rights in the UK. Liberty works to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community through a combination of test case litigation, public campaigning, parliamentary work, policy analysis and the provision of free advice and information. This grant will support the core services of the organisation.
Clinks is a membership organisation that supports, represents and campaigns for the voluntary sector working with people in or at risk of entering the criminal justice system. This grant will support the core services of the organisation.