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- Earliest award date
- 15 Aug 2006
- Latest award date
- 13 Mar 2019
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Heart n Soul works across a range of arts practice to support the creative development of learning disabled people and to showcase their talents. This grant will enable the company to deepen engagement, create more progression routes and visibility for learning disabled participants and artists, and deliver a programme of immersive placements for professionals to improve sector practice.
New Horizons in British Islam engages in critical discussions around Muslim identity, tradition and reform to provide a positive vision of what it means to be Muslim today. To strengthen integration so that communities can live well together, the organisation seeks to use arts and culture to cultivate different perspectives of Islam in Britain. This grant will support a part-time Art Co-ordinator to explore this idea and will fund an activities budget.
Sustainable Ability 17 Feb 2010
To identify good examples of artist-led responses to climate change and initiatives focused on supporting organisations to reduce their overall ecological impact, and to begin to develop an understanding of the barriers and motivations to changing behavior relating to these issues.
Phase II of the Critical Connections Multilingual Digital Storytelling Project, aims to develop this engaging approach to language learning through strengthening collaborative working between supplementary and mainstream schools, and other agencies.
Grant to Darwish Development Association 22 Jan 2010
Running costs for a 10 week financial management programme for Somali women who have suffered domestic violence, and also for older Somali women
Grant to Somali Community Parents Association 29 Sep 2010
Financial counselling sessions for older members of BME community, providing advice and support on finance matters eg maximising income
A grant will support a core team to progress a collective impact initiative for organisations working with young people. The aim is to bring a group of organisations together to explore how they may pursue transformative change for young people.
Spark Arts for Children runs performing and visual arts education projects to support children to discover, enjoy and celebrate the arts. Through this grant, Spark Arts will explore and test a programme of experiential learning and teaching strategies built around an annual children's festival. The initiative aims to develop teacher’s skills and confidence in arts-based learning and to give children high quality theatre experiences to enhance their learning and development.
Stay on Track 19 Jul 2011
Supplementary schools generally use traditional, didactic teaching methodology, often because the teachers were trained and qualified in the 'home' country. SSLC wishes to adopt a more mainstream UK approach using activity-based learning driven by the pupils.
Allsorts 04 Feb 2013
A pioneering three-year programme of participatory creative events reaching adults with learning disabilities, adaptable to the new personalised budget model for social care.
Core support to enable the organisation to reach the next stage in its growth, strengthen key business and financial management processes and update its strategy to achieve sustainable growth.
Core support for the ArtWorks Alliance 04 Mar 2015
Taking forward the work of ArtWorks across the UK through an alliance of organisations operating at strategic level, so that their collective impact can lead to change.
The Media Team 20 Oct 2008
Building on a pilot project to recruit and train a media team, establishing is as a key part of Heart n Soul's creative development programme for young people with learning difficulties.
Grant to Saffron Lane Neighbourhood Council 29 Sep 2010
Salary costs for part-time Advice Worker for additional eight hours each week to provide an outreach advice service targeted at vulnerable older people
Developing and implementing a new organisational structure, enabling Multi-Story to expand outside London and focus on the longer-term development of their work.