- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2015
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Getting Real About Rights 16 Mar 2015
Enhancing impact of UNCRC monitoring, increasing influence of children and young people and empowering them to use processes to hold duty bearers to account.
The Reasons Why - Realising Potential 16 Mar 2015
Individual assessment 1-1 support Tailored series of workshops -- self esteem, individual identity, responsibility, Communication, skill acquisition mentor support Job placement Follow up support and tracking
Get The Message 27 Feb 2015
Increasing the capacity of the visual arts sector to support people with learning disabilities as visitors, participants and employees through training, mentoring and recruitment activities.
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.
Talk about Talk Secondary 10 Mar 2015
A programme of training for businesses and young people with poor communication, co-delivered by young people and coordinated in and supported by secondary schools.
What is Craft? 04 Mar 2015
A three-year investigation developing new audiences and finding dynamic ways of engagement between visitors and our exhibition programmes - understanding contemporary craft and its making.
Pop Up Education regional expansion 16 Mar 2015
Wider delivery of Pop Up's literature-in-education model to six regions, increasing access to authors and their books, improving writing standards, and facilitating digital connectivity and creativity.
A grant to Ealing Law Centre Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens
SNAP Collaborative Development Programme 17 Jun 2015
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to Sheffield Network of Arts Providers (SNAP) to run a series of collaborative enquiry days, bringing together a selection of artists from different career stages and art forms with employers and commissioners from key organisations in the city. Through these sessions they aim to identify clusters within the network that will enable and encourage cross member collaboration, drive individual learning, generate new ideas for innovative approaches to participatory practice with children and young people and generate embedded practitioner development opportunities. Participants will then have the opportunity via small enabling budgets to apply some of the ideas/approaches that emerge from the enquiry days within a range of participatory settings. They aim to use these funds to strengthen the existing SNAP network, agreeing a shared direction for artists and employers, more joined-up activity and a clearer path for future developments. SNAP was set up over a year ago in response to research from the Sheffield Culture Consortium around gaps in provision and a lack of joined up working between providers in the city. SNAP provides a space for those working with children and young people to connect, collaborate, share best practice and advocate for the sector within the city and region.
A grant to TDA for developing and delivering high quality participatory arts practice in Torbay
A4K plans to work with schools across eight North London boroughs, encouraging them to make the voice of young people with learning disabilities central to planning for their future. The charity sought part-funding for senior staff salaries, for them to spend time influencing school leaders and spread good practice.
To develop a quality mark and learning community to improve the impact of youth social action programmes in developing young people's skills and creating social impact. 19 Oct 2015
The organisation plans, with support from the Dartington Social Research Unit, to pilot a shared approach to evaluation and learning across six diverse member organisations. This will provide evidence of impact to funders and commissioners, as well as to establish a set of quality standards for the sector.
Core funding towards two new posts to assist the organisation in reducing its dependence on local authority contract income. 17 Nov 2015
Step by Step would like to reduce its reliance on local authority contracts and increase commercial and individual donor income. This would enable the charity to meet the growing demand for its services for young people who are homeless or facing homelessness. The grant will contribute to salary costs for two new posts: Business Services Manager and Head of Income Generation.
Sleep School for Tired Teens 30 Nov 2015
The Children’s Sleep Charity plans to work with schools in Yorkshire and Humberside to provide information and support for teenagers who are sleep deprived. By increasing good quality sleep, the project aims to improve young people’s health and wellbeing. Support will be delivered by trained sleep practitioners through workshops, drop-in sessions or one-to-one. This will include support for parents and carers. PHF funding will pay for staff cost and production of materials.
Action Space London supports the development of artists with learning disabilities. It plans to trial half-day workshops in public spaces across London. These will be faciliated by people with learning disabilities to enable their peers to explore their creativity and enjoyment of visual arts.
Support to develop a prototype of Canute, an affordable display to increase access to Braille 21 Dec 2015
Ed Rogers founded Bristol Braille Technology CIC in 2011 with the goal of helping to reverse the decline in blind literacy. Braille is very important for a blind person's literacy, education, employment and independence. There is a huge difference between listening to an audio book and reflecting on a written text at one's own pace. The Canute is a BBT project which has been on-going since 2012 to make digital Braille radically more affordable. It will be the world's first full page Braille ebook reader, which will also allow access to musical notation and mathematical formulae.
This grant supports a teaching pilot of specially adapted musical instruments to 7-11yr olds and 18-24yr olds who have only one arm or hand. The project will take place in the South East and West Midlands, ensuring these groups can participate in music making, test the instruments and the teaching methods. Results from the pilot will be shared widely to improve practice.
Art of Living Creatively (ALC) 17 Nov 2015
ALC will create an outlet for the disadvantaged to explore and enjoy audio, visual, kinetic, tactile expression to overcome feelings of anxiety and isolation.