- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The Gap Project 20 Apr 2006
To work with young people who are not meaningfully engaged in education, employment or training, through exclusion, socio-economic disadvantage or through "at risk" circumstances.
Somali Refugee Integration Project 06 Jun 2006
The Somali Refugee Integration Project aims to provide a range of activities to encourage young Somalis to develop their experience and social skills relating to gaining financial independence including working towards employment and educational opportunities.
ICT/Lifeskills Education Programme 20 Apr 2006
To provide a coordinated learning programme aimed at meeting the needs of young people, combined with personal development and constructive use of leisure time
Photographic Workshops with Young People 20 Apr 2006
A year-long initiative led by Redeye photographers' network in partnership with 16 galleries in Manchester and Manchester City Council. It is aimed to increase awareness of and access to photography through a series of projects with community groups.
DIG Manchester in Northenden and Wythenshawe 20 Apr 2006
Manchester City Council lead a partnership with Greater Manchester Police, the University of Manchester and Northenden Civic Society for this project. This archaeological dig project aims to tackle anti-social behaviour and petty crime and to engage young people with their local heritage, with the aim of encouraging pride for their environment and community.
Primary schools project 06 Jun 2006
The project aims to forge a close relationship with the Charlotte Sharman Primary School next door to the company's new studios, as well as brokering relationships with a cluster of primary and secondary schools in partnership with Southwark Education Arts Team.
The Inventive Promoter 06 Jun 2006
An initiative that reflects the current situation - and needs - of performing arts venues in Wales. This is a capacity building scheme that aims at making strategically chosen venues better programmers and better at marketing good quality performances - ultimately helping them to help themselves and become more self-sufficient.
A grant to The South West Theatre Company for Providing Free Informal Educational Experiences for Young People in Camelford