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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
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Contribution to organisational development 27 Feb 2017
With a vision of a society in which working class young people are positively seen, authentically heard and can lead meaningful social change, RECLAIM supports non-traditional and disruptive leaders from pressurized communities. The methodology of the programme ensures young people develop confidence and are self-reflective and critical thinkers. Funding will support strategic planning and operational development to support growth ambitions.
Community Sport Fund 06 Apr 2017
Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS) is a member-owned Community Benefit Society that supports conversion of privately owned sport clubs to community ownership with a view to tackling community and social issues. SDS aim to create a Community Sport Fund. This will provide much-needed capital (raised by community shares) to increase the number of community-owned sports clubs, and help those in existence to develop their assets. This grant will develop this idea to operational stage.
Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) supports people in recovery from addiction to transform their lives and to share recovery stories with the wider public through dance, performance and creativity. Through this grant, FADT will explore a new approach to enable people with complex needs to participate in the entire process of creating and publicly performing a dance theatre piece and will test how to increase interaction with audiences.
Furthering and Sustaining our Voice 08 May 2017
Voices From Care is a charity which represents the views, rights and experiences of young people who are or have been looked after in Wales. This grant contributes to the salary of the CEO, who will focus on organisational strategy and programme development. It also supports Voices from Care to strengthen core processes, develop its youth-led training and to continue its drive for policy and practice to be better informed by young people and their experience.
Based in Glasgow, Space Unlimited is a social enterprise and charity with a mission to build young people’s confidence and capacity to influence change. This grant contributes to the two Joint Managing Partner salaries, an Office Manager and improvements to digital resources. It will enable Space Unlimited to diversify its income and deepen its impact for young people and communities by sustaining and spreading its approach. Space Unlimited also seeks to influence more decision makers to genuinely shape services alongside young people.
Through this grant, JUSTICE – a law reform and human rights organisation – will establish a working group on immigration and asylum to make recommendations to government as it seeks to modernise the justice system as part of a £1bn digital reform programme. The working group will research, generate, and evaluate proposals for a complete re-think of how the immigration and asylum determination process works in the UK.
Music in Detention brings immigration detainees and communities together to create and perform music, increase wellbeing and change attitudes to people who migrate. This grant will provide core funding to support the organisation’s strategic development, including audience development work, performance practice and collaborations, and the development of artistic infrastructure and financial stability.
Ros Ereira spent 15 years working in broadcast television as a researcher, producer and director. Her initiative, Solidarity with Refugees, will connect grassroots refugee organisations with mainstream cultural organisations working in television, radio, theatre, sport and the arts. In doing so, it is hoped that more authentic refugee and migrant stories will be told and their experiences normalised via mainstream media and cultural institutions.
Just for Kids Law is interested in learning lessons from their campaigning and communications activities in relation to a key legal case on student finance for young people whose immigration status meant they were unable to access student loans: R(Tigere) v Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills  UKSC 57. The study will examine the ways in which an organisation can plan a strategic litigation campaign on a particular issue and assess the benefits and risks associated with these activities.
A new grassroots organisation representing the interests of EU citizens living in the UK 29 Jun 2017
Nicolas Hatton has been at the helm of The 3 Million, a group established to represent the interests of EU citizens living in the UK, since the UK’s referendum on its EU membership in June 2016. Led by mobile EU citizens in the UK, The 3 Million group have filled a crucial gap in the UK’s refugee and migrant sector during the post-referendum debate. The group has developed a strong brand and has a considerable media presence. The grant enables those involved to formalise their group as a national grassroots organisation that can run local and national campaigns about EU citizens’ rights and offer support to individuals.
The Advocacy Academy is a charity based in London which supports marginalised young people to understand and tackle the social issues that directly affect them. A grant will enable the organisation to employ a Commercial Director to focus on income generation and secure a sustainable strategy for growth. It will also free up the CEO to focus on future organisational strategy and strengthening partnership working.
Brighter Futures 10 Jul 2017
Brighter Futures is an established community of young migrants taking action to make the UK a better place for young people whose immigration status is irregular. Building on mutual support and strong community ties, Brighter Futures will deliver external targeted interventions and encounters that challenge discrimination and influence public debate. The project will provide the necessary infrastructure, resources and partnerships to enable the group to develop their own agenda and have the widest/strongest possible impact.
This grant will support London Emergencies Trust to temporarily increase its administrative and casework capacity to deal with the scale and complexity of work involved in providing financial assistance to the injured and bereaved at Grenfell.
Tate Exchange Year Two Evaluation Programme 02 Aug 2017
Tate Exchange is an annual programme that invites the public to test ideas and explore new perspectives, highlighting the value of art to society. This grant supports a one year evaluation activity designed to build on the experience and learning gained from researching and evaluating year one of Tate Exchange (TEX). Year two will focus specifically on gathering evidence of participants’ experiences and the changes the TEX programme brings about for them.
This grant will fund continued support for teachers in the use of rehearsal-room pedagogy, both in the teaching of Shakespeare and across the wider primary-school curriculum.
Concordia 02 Aug 2017
Concordia aims to increase the confidence of teachers to lead singing with children so that they can successfully transform the learning environment of their schools. This project is distinctive in that it is school-led; the grantee is a primary school whose head teacher has a track record in singing and music and strong local school networks. Teachers and senior leaders from 16 schools across Newcastle are participating in the project.
The Germinal: Raising Democratic Awareness 07 Sep 2017
Award-winning writer and filmmaker Frances Weetman aims to develop The Germinal: a project that seeks to support young voters. Through this grant, she will explore ways of collecting and developing young people’s opinions about democracy, and the best ways of providing non-partisan information to and engaging with this underrepresented group. Funding will contribute to market research and to work to develop relationships with key stakeholders.
For people who need care at home, CareShare would offer a trusted, accessible care and support matching and care management platform. Caregivers and receivers get full choice and autonomy over their care, including the opportunity to be in both roles: care users can share their skills, support others and be fairly rewarded for this. Unlike other platforms, it is owned by the givers and users of care. Front-line care workers, care users and their families will be involved in designing and developing the online platform.
Operating from a former nightclub in Dunfermline, Heart and Sound offers a range of creative and youth work activities. Working in partnership with young people and local organisations, Heart and Sound will develop a new youth work hub in the city. The hub will house multiple charities offering sporting and creative opportunities, and give Heart and Sound the space required to meet the increasing demand for its services.
Safer London works to prevent violence, sexual exploitation and vulnerability amongst young people across London. The grant will contribute to the salaries of the Director of Operations, Director of Development and the Chief Executive. It will increase the capacity of the senior leadership team, allowing Safer London to grow unrestricted income, capitalise on available opportunities and build a solid base for future growth and widening of impact.