Lottery grants awarded to London

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Oct 2017 Filament Theatre

Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit

£37,048 Arts Council England
6 Sep 2017 Partnership for Young London

Know Your Roots -Young Women and Men Talk Race Gender and Hair

£42,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2017 On The Record

Fighting SUS: Resisting and Repealing Stop and Search 1970‘«Ű81

£45,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2017 XLP

This group aims to develop their project, which provides high quality-long-term support to young people between the ages of 10 and 18, living in inner-London estates, and who are at risk of becoming involved in gangs, crime and antisocial behaviour. Three customised double-decker buses will travel to 24 locations across London to host a range of drop-in sessions with one-to-one/small group support and team activities. Activities will include healthy eating and cooking sessions, games and chill-out sessions.

£319,378 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2017 Blind In Business Trust

This project will offer an introduction to gaming and virtual reality workshops for blind and visually impaired young people, in order to increase social interaction, reduce isolation and promote equal opportunities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Drum Works CIC

Developing Accessible Progression Routes

£21,175 Arts Council England
7 Jun 2017 The Skinners' Almshouse Charity

This project will use funding to install LED bollard lighting and replace existing handrails. This will help to ensure their community building is a safe environment for beneficiaries to access and spend time in.

£8,003 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£951,917 Sport England
10 May 2017 Poetry Translation Centre Ltd

Poetry Translation Centre 2017 regional touring (poetry readings and workshops)

£32,000 Arts Council England
10 May 2017 Oxford Contemporary Music

The House of Sound

£6,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 London Sport

This Girl Can - local activation

£30,000 Sport England
28 Mar 2017 MayDay Rooms

MayDay Rooms Residency Program

£13,679 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2017 The S&P Sephardi Community

Bevis Marks: Britain‘«÷s Most Significant Synagogue

£3,020,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Barbican Guildhall

Creative Learning, Barbican Guildhall

£15,000 Creative Scotland
2 Mar 2017 Mayday Rooms

The MayDay Rooms Housing Campaign Heritage Archive

£8,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Feb 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,533,412 Sport England
9 Jan 2017 The Sixteen

Choral Pilgrimage 2017

£45,000 Arts Council England
4 Jan 2017 XLP

The group aims to improve the life chances of disaffected and disengaged children and young people through improved behaviours, self-esteem and life skills, helping them to re-engage with education. It will continue its one-to-one mentoring stream, but with additional time for mentoring co-ordinators to work with children, young people and families more intensively.

£380,494 Big Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2016 Barry Green

Barry Green Spring 2017 Tour

£7,160 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2016 London Symphony Orchestra

Strategic Approach to Musical Inclusion ? development of an east London-wide strategic approach to musical inclusion for young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND), working in partnership with nine Music Education Hubs.

£99,999 Arts Council England
23 Nov 2016 Tudor Rose Court Residents' Association

This project will provide a communal computer room and an IT tutor at a sheltered housing accommodation in order to help residents gain new computer skills.

£1,428 Big Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2016 The Prince's Trust

The project will use the funding to conduct a feasibility study to develop a cross sector working model. This will build capacity for the group to reach young people not currently engaged in its services.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Finding Rhythms CIO

Improving employment prospects of 160 young prisoners, through music.

£97,890 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2016 Boy Blue Entertainment

Blak Whyte Grey 2017

£51,788 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2016 Team Domenica

The organisation will provide work experience, assessment and employment training for people with learning difficulties. With the funding they will purchase training resources needed to train ten new candidates in skills relating to the catering and digital media industries in Brighton.

£9,814 Big Lottery Fund
11 Oct 2016 Raven Row

56-58 Artillery Lane

£4,000 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 Joyce Lee

Zen RandD

£6,300 Arts Council England
6 Sep 2016 Eldarin Yeong Studio

The Balcony a performance installation

£5,210 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 Boy Blue Entertainment

Elevate fund

£126,563 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£374,689 Sport England
23 Aug 2016 The British Red Cross Society

Working with Citizens Advice Reading and Oxford City of Sanctuary the project will support refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants. The main aim is to reduce destitution, promote family tracing, help displaced people feel in control of their lives, challenge stigma and develop new support for victims of human trafficking.

£498,507 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 The British Red Cross Society

This new project will provide support for refugees and asylum seekers in Middlesbrough, Stockton and Hartlepool to help them find a way out of destitution, achieve integration and make a contribution to the local community. New arrivals will receive orientation and information about key local services including doctors, schools, hospitals, wellbeing courses to reduce anxiety and social drop-ins to make friends and connect locally.

£498,646 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Orchid - Fighting Male Cancer

This project will be delivered in partnership with Cancer Black Care and support black African and Caribbean men at risk of or affected by prostate cancer across Brent, Lewisham, Newham, Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Using peer support groups and educational events, it aims to overcome barriers, negative perceptions and misunderstandings about the disease and help people identify and manage risk factors. Those diagnosed will receive information treatment options and be supported to engage with health services.

£377,802 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2016 The Red House Stepney

The group will use the funding to run school holiday breaks for families living with the effects of economic and social disadvantage. This will reduce isolation and strengthen family relationships.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jun 2016 OperaUpClose

RandD MAGIC FLUTE

£8,410 Arts Council England
8 Jun 2016 The British Red Cross Society

This is the expansion of a project supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Luton and Essex. Alongside support with immediate basic needs such as sleeping bags, food parcels and temporary accommodation, people will be offered social activities, peer support, volunteering opportunities, help with applying for support from local authorities and familiarisation tours of the local area. The group will work with the local community and media to promote positive messages about refugees and asylum seekers.

£499,080 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2016 Claque Theatre

Exhibitions in a Suitcase - Migration and immigration by residents of the city of London

£31,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 May 2016 Earth Champions Foundation

The group will use the funding to develop an intergenerational Peace Garden, which will be maintained by young and older people. This user led project will enable the beneficiaries to improve community relationships leading to better cohesion.

£8,707 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£302,839 Sport England
20 Apr 2016 The British Red Cross Society

The British Red Cross will support recently arrived refugees and asylum seekers to help them recover from crisis, improve their standard of living, reduce isolation and improve their health and well-being. It will work with Upbeat Communities and the Multi-Faith Centre to help individuals and families to adapt to their new environment. Immediate support will include emergency supplies and then additional support for up to two years.

£499,928 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 The British Red Cross Society

A project to support older people who are isolated and vulnerable older people experiencing crisis or at risk of crisis due to significant life changes such as bereavement, retirement, illness, injury, dementia, and disability. The scheme which will benefit 1000 older people will provide practical, emotional and social support to help beneficiaries identify and explore the best options for maintaining independence in their own home.

£496,475 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2016 Banipal Publishing

Banipal 2016 Arab Literary Modernism

£14,900 Arts Council England
17 Mar 2016 Livery Schools Link

Echoes across the century - enduring stories from the supply chain to WW1 discovered

£99,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 PALMUSIC UK

PALESTINE YOUTH ORCHESTRA UK SUMMER TOUR

£14,900 Arts Council England
9 Mar 2016 The Sixteen Ltd

Choral Pilgrimage 2016 - an evolution

£49,500 Arts Council England
8 Mar 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£8,686,611 Sport England
7 Mar 2016 Shakespeare Schools Festival

A Wales-wide Shakespeare in Schools Festival, which will build on the success of 2015 by including over 2,500 young people and 100 teachers.The performances take place in professional theatres across Wales during October and November 2016.

£50,000 Arts Council of Wales
7 Mar 2016 The Brokerage Citylink

The group will use the funding to upgrade their office phone system, purchase equipment to speed up their registration processes and save administrative time. This will increase capacity of the organisation, allowing it to serve more beneficiaries seeking employment support.

£7,984 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2016 Shakespeare Schools Foundation

A Wales-wide Shakespeare in Schools Festival, which will build on the success of 2015 by including over 2,500 young people and 100 teachers.The performances take place in professional theatres across Wales during October and November 2016.

£50,000 Arts Council of Wales
16 Feb 2016 OperaUpClose

Ulla s Odyssey performances and workshops

£32,118 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2016 The Military Wives Choirs Foundation

The group will use the funding to run IT workshops across England for choir members who need to better access their computer system. This will develop their transferable skills to form a supporting network between choirs and reduce the impact of military relocations.

£9,958 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2016 London Sport Limited

New opportunities to support volunteering

£32,200 Sport England
8 Jan 2016 Thames21 Limited

The group will use the funding to deliver environmental learning sessions to educationally disengaged children, at the recently acquired nature reserve centre, at weekends and in school holidays. This will encourage the children to increase their outdoor activities, connect with nature and re-engage with their education.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jan 2016 Milestone Foundation

Wood Green s Winter Passion

£8,290 Arts Council England
18 Dec 2015 XLP

This is a continuation of an existing project to provide support for children and young people growing up in inner city London who are struggling with behavioural and educational issues, using the performing arts (e.g. music, dance, illusion, comedy, rap, poetry). Other issues include a poor home life, underachievement in school, taking part in risky behaviour and gang culture.

£338,737 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2015 Blind In Business Trust

The group based in City of London will use the funding to purchase IT equipment for a homework club for children who are living with visual impairments in the boroughs of Croydon and Tower Hamlets. This will lead to better chances in life and improved academic attainment.

£8,300 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2015 This Is Not A Gateway

This Is Not A Gateway Living Archive

£7,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Dec 2015 Finding Rhythms CIO

Paving the Way for Expansion: A training model

£14,921 Arts Council England
1 Dec 2015 Nesta

Social Investment Fund

£3,000,000 Arts Council England
17 Nov 2015 Radio Lollipop London

The group will use the funding to carry out technical renovations at their sites, making them fit for purpose and also available to patients and their families. This will improve and increase usage of community services.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 City of London

175 Years of policing in the City of London

£90,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Barbican Children's Library

The group will use the funding to deliver literacy workshops for local children. This will improve literacy skills and give children better chances in life.

£8,850 Big Lottery Fund
17 Sep 2015 St Margaret Lothbury

Urgent repairs to St Margaret Lothbury

£168,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2015 RSM Risk Assurance Services LLP

RSM Risk Assurance Services LLP

£950,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£5,609,048 Sport England
28 Jul 2015 The Aidis Trust

The Aidis Trust

£9,841 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2015 The Amethyst Foundation

A support service for families that have children with auto immune deficiency illnesses.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 The Aidis Trust

The Aidis Trust

£4,600 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jul 2015 Salters' Charitable Foundation

Salters‘«÷ History & Heritage ‘«Ű preservation and outreach

£98,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Shakespeare Schools Festival

Towards the delivery of the Shakespeare Schools Festival in Wales in 2015

£46,700 Arts Council of Wales
23 Jun 2015 Voces Cantabiles Music

Developing and Supporting Singing

£63,320 Arts Council England
9 Jun 2015 First Story Limited

The group will use the funding to run a residential and extracurricular writing project for disadvantaged children from pupil referral units and professional writers to foster creativity, confidence and communication skills. This will raise the profile of literacy; improve confidence, resilience and aspirations.

£7,543 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2015 The Aidis Trust

The organisation will use funding to purchase four new pieces of eye-tracking computer equipment. Staff will then be trained on the strengths and weaknesses. They will then deliver 20 disability events for local and national disabled charities to visit as well as disability support groups so that disabled people and their carers can access the technology and see what is right for them.

£9,764 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2015 London Sport Limited

Netball Local Development Project

£25,000 Sport England
5 Jun 2015 London Sport Limited

Netball Local Development Project

£10,613 Sport England
2 Jun 2015 The City Arts Trust Limited

Choral Meeting Place

£15,000 Arts Council England
1 Jun 2015 Blind In Business Trust

This group will use the funding to run a programme introducing blind 16-18 year olds in Scotland to blind role models and mentors.

£8,600 Big Lottery Fund
20 May 2015 Evidence-Based Social Investments Limited

This grant will allow EBSI to work with the London borough of Southwark to adapt its dynamic purchasing system (DPS) model, to create a five year social impact bond (SIB). The SIB will aim to support adolescence in or on the edge of care, through the delivery of Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST), Functional Family Therapy (FFT) and Multi-dimensional Treatment Foster Care (MTFC). Development work over two months will include local cohort characteristics and numbers and preparation of the SIB financial model.

£19,850 Big Lottery Fund
20 May 2015 Evidence-Based Social Investments Limited

This grant will allow EBSI to work with Medway Council to adapt its dynamic purchasing system (DPS) model, to create a five year social impact bond (SIB). The SIB will aim to support adolescence in or on the edge of care, through the delivery of Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST), and Functional Family Therapy (FFT). Development work will take two months and will involve local cohort characteristics and numbers, data analysis, preparation of the SIB financial model and liaison with partners and investors.

£19,850 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2015 No More Excuses

Plug In To Perform (Regional)

£13,900 Arts Council England
6 May 2015 digital:works

Tales from the Thames: An oral history of the Thames Lightermen

£37,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 The City Arts Trust Limited

Choral Capital

£15,000 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2015 The British Red Cross Society

A project to support vulnerable people from different ethnic backgrounds across Greater Manchester. The project will provide guidance and advocacy to offer emotional and practical support such as signposting to social services, legal advocacy and access to temporary accommodation. The scheme will provide English language and employability classes as well as volunteering opportunities.

£2,249,961 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2015 The Shakespeare Schools Festival

Shakespeare Schools Festival 2015 - Northern Ireland

£4,798 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Apr 2015 The RCJ Citizens Advice Bureau

This project will use the funding to provide a new service that has been developed to support residents from Islington, who are in low paid work or zero hour contracts and struggling due to poverty, to sustain their employment. The project will work with both employees and employers to give advice on welfare benefits, employment law, family law, debt and housing. Volunteers will be trained to offer one-to-one advice and group sessions and a telephone advice line will also be available.

£358,063 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2015 DKH Legacy Trust

Get on Track Programme

£1,897,812 Sport England
26 Mar 2015 BWB Impact

This grant will support the development of a social impact bond to support vulnerable women in four regions of England. The SIB will be commissioned by Interserve. This three month grant will fund legal and professional fees, as well as a range of other technical support.

£130,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2015 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£737,031 Arts Council England
17 Mar 2015 Modern Masterpieces

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£600,459 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Filament Theatre

Earth Makes No Sound

£7,050 Arts Council England
11 Feb 2015 Banipal Publishing

Banipal issues 52, 53, 54, website & libraries

£14,950 Arts Council England
8 Jan 2015 The Sixteen Ltd

Choral Pilgrimage 2015

£65,000 Arts Council England
9 Dec 2014 Power to Change Trust

Power to Change Trust

£149,234,062 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2014 National Association of Citizens AdviceBureaux (The)

The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (NCAB) receives ?297,592 for a project that will recruit and train profoundly deaf people who have British Sign Language (BSL) as their first language, to deliver advice and support to the deaf community

£297,592 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2014 National Association of Citizens AdviceBureaux (The)

The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (NCAB) receives ?297,592 for a project that will recruit and train profoundly deaf people who have British Sign Language (BSL) as their first language, to deliver advice and support to the deaf community in Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Derby and Coventry.

£297,592 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2014 Voces Cantabiles Music

The Open Mind Programme (OMP)

£14,850 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2014 Museum of London

Beyond Documentary - Experimental Photography in London 1970-2004

£95,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2014 Liquid Vibrations

This is a project by a registered charity and company limited by guarantee in London. The organisation will use the funding to provide underwater listening sessions for children with special needs, to train parents and carers in this work, to research the

£9,727 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2014 Liquid Vibrations

This is a project by a registered charity and company limited by guarantee in London. The organisation will use the funding to provide underwater listening sessions for children with special needs, to train parents and carers in this work, to research the benefits and outcomes of the work and to share it?s findings. This will increase the well being of people with special needs.

£9,727 Big Lottery Fund
28 Aug 2014 Shakespeare Schools Festival

Shakespeare in Schools is a UK-wide project that enables children from both primary and secondary schools to perform abridged versions of the Bard's plays in either Welsh or English.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales