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Total grants
52
Total funders
13
Total recipients
42
Earliest award date
17 Jan 2013
Latest award date
19 Dec 2013
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Women's Trust - 1
Counselling for survivors of domestic violence: 12 women; training workshops to other providers; investigate MH support
Amount: £6,612
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: Women's Trust
Region: London
The Cara Trust - 2
Hardship Fund
Amount: £1,500
Funder: London Catalyst
Recipient: The Cara Trust
Region: London
Towards the costs of the night shelter provision
Towards the costs of the night shelter provision.
Amount: £1,000
Region: London
Amount: £10,000
Recipient: Migrants Organise
Region: London
Grant to Kalayaan - Justice for Migrant Domestic Workers
over two years towards the running costs of a London-based advice and campaigning organisation working with exploited migrant domestic workers
Amount: £70,000
Funder: The Tudor Trust
Region: London
Grant to Kensington and Chelsea Social Council
over one year to support networking and capacity-building at Canalside House, a voluntary sector hub in North Kensington, London
Amount: £7,000
Funder: The Tudor Trust
Region: London
Grant to Anti-Apartheid Movement Archives Committee
Forward to Freedom: History of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement
Grant to Natural History Museum
Identification Trainers for the Future
Amount: £480,500
Region: London
Grant to Cultural Co-operation
Strengthening our Common Life by nurturing heritage skills (SOCL)
Amount: £1,000,000
Region: London
Grant to Victoria & Albert Museum
V&A Exhibition Road Building
Amount: £4,999,000
Region: London
Grant to Waterloo200
The Waterloo 200 Digital Legacy Project (Bicentenary of Battle of Waterloo)
Amount: £96,300
Recipient: Waterloo200
Region: London
Grant to digital:works
Golborne Stories - The Making of a Community
Amount: £9,000
Recipient: digital:works
Region: London
Grant to The Royal Parks
Brompton Cemetery Conservation Project
Amount: £4,268,600
Recipient: The Royal Parks
Region: London
Parks for People - HLF Invoice 2413 - 18/01/2013
Funding for the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund's The Parks for People programme which supports the regeneration, conservation and increased enjoyment of public parks. The programme aims to improve the local environment and put parks firmly back at the heart of community life.
Amount: £2,537,108
Region: London
Parks for People - HLF Invoice 2414 - 18.01.2013
Funding for the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund's The Parks for People programme which supports the regeneration, conservation and increased enjoyment of public parks. The programme aims to improve the local environment and put parks firmly back at the heart of community life.
Amount: £148,980
Region: London
'Active Women'
This new project will deliver a range of user led activities to migrant/refugee and BME women living in the London boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea. A key element to the project is a volunteering programme to deliver activities with volunteers acting as peers to other women. A range of activities will take place including social networking sessions to bridge communities, educational projects, healthy living programmes and learning English.
Education 4 Disadvantaged Girls - Malawi
This project, based in two educational zones within the Chiradzulu district of Malawi, aims to increase the number of children completing primary education, particularly girls, children with disabilities and children living with HIV. It also aims to improve the quality of education to enable all children to receive an education that will equip them to fulfil their potential and enable them to actively contribute to community development.
Amount: £6,500
Recipient: Lead International
Region: London
Community Immersion
This is a project by a community organisation in Kensington and Chelsea. The group will use the funding to run community immersion sessions in which attendees will create audio testimonies about their estates. This will involve beneficiaries in cross-generational activities exploring issues which affect them, improving social integration.
Amount: £9,040
Region: London
Taking Control - Personal Budget Users
This is a continuation of an existing project that allows social care recipients to manage their own personal budget enabling greater options over support and care with more dignity in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It will enable independent living through one to one support, peer support meetings, surgeries, manage-your-personal-budget courses and workshops.