- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 01 Sep 2016
- Total GBP grants
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A peer educators project in Durham where young people are trained and supported to deliver homelessness prevention programmes to young people at risk of homelessness.
Education Director post and project support 16 Jul 2007
The English Folk Dancing and Song Society is seeking 3 year support to appoint an experienced Education Director to establish an Education and Learning Programme and develop projects
Pilot phase of clay project which aims to connect all the countries being represented in the 2012 Olympics by brining clay from different countries around the world to a school for the deaf in London.
London Behind the Scenes 25 Jul 2007
London Behind the Scenes will support 78 young people from diverse communities to design and deliver 2 alternative sightseeing London tours, 'on foot' and online.
Empowerment of Young Latin Americans in London 18 Sep 2007
A grant to Indo American Refugee and Migrant Organisation for Empowerment of Young Latin Americans in London
This two year project aims to help Somali students develop their literacy, oral communication, presentation, teamwork and leadership skills and learn about the world of work through producing their own quarterly community magazine. Students will work on the magazine at the after school club and in their own time and will launch each edition with a presentation in English and Somali to local families.
Salary for Business Manager 18 Dec 2007
The salary of a business manager, tapering over three years, to manage the change process of growth and development and ensure sustainability of funding.
Down to Earth 07 Sep 2007
A teacher to develop and deliver a life skills programme for children with special needs, based around an environmental project called Down to Earth.
CandoCo will have sustained involvement with five regions over three years, exponentially increasing the number of disabled and non-disabled young people engaging with the arts
Engaging marginalised young people in out of schools hours learning, sport & physical activity opportunities. 12 Nov 2007
Four pilot projects engaging marginalised young people through their supplementary school in out of schools hours learning, sport & physical activity opportunities.
organisational and programme development 24 Jun 2008
A three-year grant to support the Artistic Management Team in order for it to focus on new areas of work. In particular DU aims to continue and expand its 'Academy' dance training model to work across divided communities, working in particular with the Asian community in Bradford and with 'warring factions' in the East End of London. In addition, the company intends that its studios become a dance hub for all young people in Yorkshire, providing opportunities for its targeted beneficiaries to mix with others. r.
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.
Secondary Talk 24 Jun 2008
An ambitious programme which aims to transform secondary schools into places where the speech, language and communication skills of all young people are actively supported by staff with the knowledge, skills and confidence to do so effectively. The programme aims to impact positively on young people's achievement, inclusion, behaviour and employability. Our grant would fund the development phase of this initiative, prior to a pilot delivery phase and then national roll out.
The overall aim of the proposed work is to improve the quality of educational support and provision for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) young people, particularly those from the Somali community. The project will run over three years from October 2008.
This proposal is to help build the capacity of NCB Northern Ireland to more effectively involve children and young people in its own work and therefore to also help strengthen the voice of children and young people in Northern Ireland. At the core of the project is the recruitment of a specialist 'Participation Officer', for 18 months, with a programme of work divided into three related strands that include giving visibility to refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children, increasing the influence young residents have in how Children's Homes are run and embedding the involvement of young people in NI in the work of NCB NI.
To support 'Dear Body', a production which will include an amateur cast if dancers alongside professionals, to challenge the traditional notion of professional dance performance and increase access to contemporary dance.