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Total grants
74
Total funders
22
Total recipients
49
Earliest award date
25 Jan 2017
Latest award date
04 Dec 2017
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NGB Funding 2017-21
Funding under Sport England's NGB Funding 2017-21 funding programme for a Mixed project titled NGB Funding 2017-21. This project lists its main activity as Cricket
Amount: £1,150,000
Funder: Sport England
Region: London
Core and Back Office Funding 2017 onwards
Funding under Sport England's Funded Partners funding programme for a Revenue project titled Core and Back Office Funding 2017 onwards. This project lists its main activity as Sports Development
Amount: £1,290,520
Funder: Sport England
Region: London
NGB Funding 2017-21
Funding under Sport England's NGB Funding 2017-21 funding programme for a Revenue project titled NGB Funding 2017-21. This project lists its main activity as Cricket
Amount: £3,360,000
Funder: Sport England
Region: London
Grant to Annual National Service for Seafarers
Contribution towards the running costs of the Annual National Service for Seafarers which is held at St Paul's Cathedral.
Amount: £500
Region: London
General contribution
General contribution
Welfare grant
Social policies and distributional outcomes in a changing Britain
Amount: £1,000,500
Region: London
Grant to Imperial College London
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to one fellow at the Department of Chemistry, under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total cost)
Amount: £0
Region: London
Grant to National Portrait Gallery
Grant of £120,000 towards the purchase of Sir Thomas Lawrence's 'Unfinished Portrait of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington'. The Art Fund contributed £350,000. Grant paid via the Art Fund.
Amount: £0
Region: London
Grant to The National Gallery
Grant of £120,000 towards the purchase of Bernardo Bellotto's (called il Canaletto) 'The Fortress of Königstein from the North, 1756- 1758 '. The Art Fund contributed £550,000. Grant paid via the Art Fund.
Amount: £0
Region: London
Grant to The Royal Society
Royal Society Wolfson Strategic Research Appointments (formerly Merit Awards)
Amount: £4,000,000
Recipient: The Royal Society
Region: London
Grant to DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund
Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund (Round 13)
Amount: £2,000,000
Region: London
Grant to Imperial College London
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to one fellow at the Department of Computing under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total cost)
Amount: £0
Region: London
Grant to National Portrait Gallery
Inspiring People:Transforming Our National Portrait Gallery
Amount: £9,400,000
Region: London
Impact Incubator
The Impact Incubator is a partnership between leading six UK philanthropic foundations and Social Finance to develop new approaches to challenging social issues in the UK. The Impact Incubator was set up in 2014 to develop a different approach to improve the lives of vulnerable people in the UK. It collaborates with expert partners to develop systemic responses to some of society’s most challenging issues.
Amount: £2,025,000
Region: London
WE Schools
WE Schools
Amount: £1,001,600
Recipient: WE Charity
Region: London
Grant to RSA
Towards Project costs Towards the cost of a major independent Commission that will aim to improve policy around food, farming and the countryside.
Amount: £1,054,197
Recipient: RSA
Region: London
Grant to 6th East Paddington Brownies Guide Unit
towards a four-night trip to a Scout Activity Centre for a group of disadvantaged girls from London
Amount: £600
Region: London
Enterprise and Employability Programme
The PL Enterprise programme aims to prepare young people for business, employment and self-employment. It also focuses on raising their confidence and improving their school performance. It is funded by a partnership between Premier League (PL) and Comic Relief (CR) which jointly contribute £2.3million for a two year period – in line with the Premier League’s 2017-19 funding cycle. The work is delivered through the Football Clubs’ Community Organisations (CCOs), whilst responsibility for high-level management and oversight lies with the Premier League and Comic Relief, with all aspects of governance including monitoring and evaluation delivered by the Premier League Charitable Fund (PLCF).
Amount: £2,300,000
Funder: Comic Relief
Region: London
English National Opera 2017-2018
English National Opera 2017-2018
Transition Grant for Creative Sector Services CIC 2017-2018
Transition Grant for Creative Sector Services CIC 2017-2018
Amount: £0
Recipient: Creative United
Region: London