- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 27 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 14 Aug 2015
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
A grant to Opera Circus Limited for The Incomer and The Land - A Community Performance Project
A grant to Bow Bengali Forum for Bow Bangladeshi Children's Supplementary Education Project
Summer Activities for Young People with ASD 29 Jun 2006
A grant to Parents of Autistic Children Together (PACT) for Summer Activities for Young People with ASD
A grant to Rideout (Creative Arts for Rehabilitation) for Inside the Architecture - process of consultation to build new creative prisons
Arts & Refugees Research - Publishing element 06 Nov 2007
To pay for the publishing of the Arts and Refugees research project comissioned by PHF, Baring Foundation and Arts Council.
Working in partnership with other funders in the refugee and asylum seeker sector, a review will be commissioned of existing evidence on what is known about attitudes to asylum (in the context of immigration more generally), and the extent to which future work on changing or improving attitudes in this area can learn from past campaigning.
BHUMP Grants Fund Phase 2 08 Dec 2010
A partnership between PHF, Hillingdon Refugee Support Group and Youthbank to support and train a group of young people to become grants assessors and administer their own grants fund.
First Help 11 Oct 2012
Social Innovation camp runner up - This project will develop a prototype digital tool for young people who have recently arrived in the UK which could be used to improve their access to support and help them feel less disorientated.
Second Friend 11 Oct 2012
SOF innovation camp runner up - Scond Friend is an online and SMS text message system that can be used by migrant and youth support organisations increase their ability to communicate with young migrants.
ArtWorks CtC Development Project 25 Jun 2013
Funding has been granted towards an action research project to investigate opportunities for initial training in participatory arts from a young person's point of view. 12 young people between 15 -24 from Heads Together's East Leeds FM Community radio project will undertake research into participatory arts careers and training opportunites. Partners include Manchester School of Art, Tate Liverpool, Leeds College of Music, Leeds City College, Blackpool and Fylde College. Heads Together and partners will add to the discussions an understanding of the kind of skills and knowledge the sector is looking for.