- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Capacity building of volunteers to support participation of disabled young people in new wave of NW youth facilities.
A project using drama and creative storytelling to engage older people with Alzheimer's and dementia in beneficial creative activity.
Your Future, Your Life 01 May 2012
Develop a young people's peer-led package for self-development to overcome barriers to learning, achievement and motivation at school
Further development funding 15 May 2012
Funding for two years to consolidate position Reclaim has reached and develop its youth enterprise activities to provide progression routes for programme 'graduates'.
Support toward the development and implementation of innovative national partnerships which will encompass professional touring theatre, engagement, participatory projects and digital activity.
EmploymentFM 23 Sep 2014
EmploymentFM is a national consortium project to enable the community radio sector and partners to better deliver employability training to 16-19 year-olds in various settings.
A grant to Tate Gallery Liverpool Pilot Creative Apprenticeships - Project Development
Employment programme for ex-offenders 24 Jun 2008
Prospects is a two-year project to help ex-offenders, aged 18-25, who are severely disadvantaged in the labour market, to find and remain in employment. Based in Cumbria, the project aims to work with local partners to improve employment and training opportunities, help participants become more confident and responsible and access advice and support to address their basic needs which will allow them to play a fuller part in their communities.
This programme of quality participatory art workshops for pre-school children, inspired by the collections, aims to build confidence amongst parents/carers facing disadvantage, helping to raise participants' aspirations and improve access to the arts.
Developing Reclaim's support for alumni to enable them to grow into influential, engaged leaders 08 Feb 2016
Since its beginning eight years ago as a PHF-funded museum project, Reclaim has supported 750 Greater Manchester 12-15 year olds to develop and implement manifestos for social change in their communities. The original programme graduates are now in their 20s and becoming the next generation of leaders for the organisation. Reclaim is seeking to develop an alumni network, and support young people to continue to campaign for social change on the issues affecting them.
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.
A grant to Liverpool Supplementary School for Study Support in Core Subject for 14-19 Year Olds of BME Ethnicity
Ourspace 12 Dec 2006
This project aims to channel the enthusiasm for formal schools-based work into engaging young people with the gallery in an informal way. A series of projects with young people will result in their designs for interpretation materials to be utilised in the Gallery.
Family Worker 12 Nov 2007
To fund a part-time Family Worker who will help improve the achievement, attainment and aspiration of families in a pocket of deprivation in rural Cumbria who have been identified as needing help.
3year pilot - accredited arts based project that engages with minoritised young people under with a focus on social engagment and inclusion
A further request for an extra £70,000 to the implementation phase of the pilot initiative to support the balance of the wage support and other costs of the apprenticeships not yet secured. Also a request to reallocate £30,000 of the existing PHF grant.
Arts based training and advocacy programme 09 Jul 2008
TIPP will develop, over one year, an arts based training programme to improve the understanding and response to young male sex workers amongst a wide range of agencies in Manchester. The project will work with the young men to raise awareness of the issues and choices which they can make to protect themselves while also working with social care agencies to improve the way each deals with the issues of the young men when they are referred to them.
FutureEverything is a research-active, creative studio that experiments with art, music and emerging technologies. The grant will support their flagship event, the annual Futuresonic Festival in Manchester, which blurs boundaries between art practice, social innovation and technological experimentation.