Lottery grants awarded to London

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
9 Dec 2014 Power to Change Trust

Power to Change Trust

£149,234,062 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2002 Sport England

A three year programme to improve sports and arts facilities in 250-300 primary schools through new build/refurbishment.The programme is a collaboration between DfES, DCMS, Sport England, New Opportunities Fund and Arts Council of England. The main focus

£23,450,000 New Opportunities Fund
19 Jul 2005 Museum of London

The Galleries of Modern London and Learning Centre Project

£11,565,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£8,686,611 Sport England
13 Jun 2007 The Advice Services Alliance

The Advice Services Alliance (ASA) is the umbrella body for independent advice and information services. Their main aims are to promote the development of high quality advice, ensure that people are not denied access to services, encourage co-operation b

£5,714,742 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£5,609,048 Sport England
21 Mar 2017 The S&P Sephardi Community

Bevis Marks: Britain‘«÷s Most Significant Synagogue

£3,020,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Dec 2015 Nesta

Social Investment Fund

£3,000,000 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
29 May 2014 DKH Legacy Trust

Get on Track Programme

£2,019,548 Sport England
5 Nov 2012 London Symphony Orchestra Endowment Trust - endowment

Catalyst Arts: endowments

£2,014,612 Arts Council England
31 Jan 2001 Zestwick Limited

Gosford Park

£2,000,000 UK Film Council
7 Apr 2015 DKH Legacy Trust

Get on Track Programme

£1,897,812 Sport England
22 Nov 2007 Bishopsgate Institute

Bishopsgate Institue- Heritage Improvements

£1,554,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2013 DKH Legacy Trust

Get on Track Programme

£1,548,994 Sport England
8 Feb 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,533,412 Sport England
15 Jan 2008 Turning Point

The Carmarthenshire Life Skills Project will work with adults who have a history of alcohol misuse. Through education, skills training and employment it will help the beneficiaries take the next steps to re-engage with the community and develop meaningful

£997,927 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 1997 London Symphony Orchestra

Pilot Stabilisation Programme, Technical Assistance

£990,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2011 The British Red Cross Society

This project will build on the organisations pilot 1:1 befriending scheme and outreach mobile unit based in Denbighshire. This will be expanded by increasing the geographical reach of the service across the entire North Wales region, developing the origin

£988,452 Big Lottery Fund
22 Aug 2012 The RCJ Citizens Advice Bureau

This project to support young social housing tenants will see the creation of a website and Facebook page providing access to advice services and signposting to financial products and services, workshops for young people coaching on budgeting and welfare

£959,200 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£951,917 Sport England
20 Aug 2015 RSM Risk Assurance Services LLP

RSM Risk Assurance Services LLP

£950,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Nov 2012 DKH Legacy Trust

Get on Track Programme

£828,608 Sport England
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£741,460 New Opportunities Fund
17 Mar 2015 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£737,031 Arts Council England
8 Sep 2004 Museum of London

The acquisition of 'Eastward Ho!' and 'Home Again'

£713,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2015 Modern Masterpieces

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£600,459 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2009 London Symphony Orchestra

Sustain - London Symphony Orchestra

£600,000 Arts Council England
3 Feb 2004 Development Trusts Association

The Development Trusts Association (Dta) Is The National Charity Supporting Development Trusts. These Are Independent Community Enterprise Organisations Working In Poor Areas Of Towns, Cities And Rural Areas Across The Uk, Combining Self-Help With Busines

£518,364 Community Fund
7 Apr 1998 Telephone Helplines Association

This organisation assists the 650+ UK telephone helplines to improve their services. It offers advice about good practice service evaluation and by making them aware of the latest technological developments in the field. The project will set up an accre

£518,330 Community Fund
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
3 Sep 2013 The British Red Cross Society

This is a continuation and expansion of an existing project delivered by The British Red Cross Society (BRC) Leeds. The aim of the project is to mitigate the effects of destitution and empower refugees and asylum seekers (RAS) in South and West Yorkshire

£499,632 Big Lottery Fund
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
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
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
11 Jun 2014 St Vedast-alias-Foster

Reviving a Grade One Wren church as a Centre for Choral Excellence and Education

£498,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2014 St Vedast-alias-Foster, Foster Lane, London

Reviving a Grade One Wren church as a Centre for Choral Excellence and Education

£498,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2013 The British Red Cross Society

The grant will be used to run the 'Neighbourhood Links' project which will be run in the Omagh and Fermanagh area. and will provide opportunties for older people in the area to become involved within the local community.

£497,868 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
11 Sep 2012 The British Red Cross Society

This project will provided food, clothing and other items to destitute asylum seekers and support them to develop coping mechanisms and increase their skills and confidence. Beneficiaries will link with a caseworker to establish their needs and devise an

£496,081 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2012 The British Red Cross Society

This is a development of an existing project in Southampton, Portsmouth, Gosport, Fareham and Havant which provides refugees and asylum seekers (RAS) with emergency support following their arrival. The project also helps clients to live independently, dev

£493,758 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2014 Nesta

Nesta

£490,472 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2010 The British Red Cross Society

This is a continuation and expansion of an existing, limited, pilot project. The aim of the current project is to make new community members better equipped through material support to deal with destitution.

£490,081 Big Lottery Fund
15 Feb 2011 The British Red Cross Society

This project will provide short term destitution support such as food and clothing vouchers, toiletries and street sleeping equipment and emergency accommodation in extreme cases such as domestic violence. This will provide a means to mitigate the immedia

£486,078 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£485,646 New Opportunities Fund
23 Jul 1996 Magic Circle

Acquisition of building & refurbishment of a theatre

£475,053 Arts Council England
12 Aug 2014 Nesta

Nesta

£463,022 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2009 Independent Academic Research Studies Ltd

This new project will provide a programme of activities designed to increase skills, improve confidence and empower young people to become more involved in influencing service delivery and project management of community organisations and youth service pr

£450,022 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 1998 London Symphony Orchestra

Purchase of Instruments

£426,875 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2008 The British Red Cross Society

This project, based in Manchester will continue and expand upon the provision of assistance to vulnerable people in crisis and help them access health, social, educational and legal services.

£400,541 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2006 British Red Cross Society

The British Red Cross Society Have Both National Aims That Relate To Relief Of Sickness And Poverty And International Aims That Are More Specifically About Support In Crisis Zones. Brcs Also Is The Largest Provider Of Voluntary And Employer Based First A

£394,700 Community Fund
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
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
1 Mar 2013 London Symphony Orchestra

London Symphony Orchestra - Capital small grants

£375,290 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£374,689 Sport England
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
28 Feb 2008 Parish Church of St Michael Cornhill

St Michael's Cornhill: Organ Restoration

£349,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
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
19 Dec 1995 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

To Re-integrate Offenders Into The Economic Life Of Their Communities

£329,040 Community 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 Aug 2009 The British Red Cross Society

The project will identify and provide increased support to young carers in Shropshire by offering more group and one to one support by increasing the number of peer support groups and forums.

£310,270 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2013 The Prince's Trust

A new project by The Prince's Trust will be delivered in Blackburn with Darwen and Hyndburn. The project will offer young people affected by child sexual exploitation positive diversionary activities, working to improve their confidence, self-worth, body

£306,316 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jun 2013 XLP

Expansion of an existing project by XLP (the Excel Project) for disadvantaged young people in the Southwark, Lewisham and Tower Hamlets areas of inner London. Its aim is to enable them to make wise and informed lifestyle choices and make positive contribu

£305,825 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2016 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£302,839 Sport England
28 Jul 2009 The City Arts Trust Limited

Sustain - The City Arts Trust Limited

£300,000 Arts Council England
22 Feb 2013 Create

CREATE 2013-2014 Programme

£300,000 Arts Council England
21 May 2013 The Prince's Trust

This new three year project will reach out to disengaged young people of Blackpool and create opportunities which young people can access in order to increase their practical and personal skills and employability opportunities for the future. It aims to f

£299,105 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
19 Mar 2013 The Prisons Video Trust

This new project will develop a digital on-demand TV channel delivered in-cell to prisons across the country, providing educational learning and personal development to serving prisoners to help support re-settlement, reduce re-offending, improve employab

£291,904 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2007 The British Red Cross Society

This project will deliver short-term crisis care for vulnerable refugees through the provision of emergency supplies and assistance in accessing local services and support networks. Services provided will include assistance in finding accommodation, suppo

£291,509 Big Lottery Fund
14 May 2012 Race On The Agenda

This project will improve the mental health and wellbeing of BAME people living in deprived areas while making them more active and involved in their communities. The scheme also aims to shape the delivery of mental health services and educate service pro

£283,200 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2004 Tommy's The Baby Charity

The UK has the highest rate of adolescent pregnancy rates in Western Europe. The mortality rate for the babies of teenage mothers is 60% higher than for babies of older mothers, and adolescent girls have an increased risk of delivering growth-restricted a

£280,410 Community Fund
17 Dec 1996 Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities

To open regional offices around England in order to extend the organisation's mission of helping people with disabilities to secure worthwhile employment matched to their talents and aspirations. The grant, over three years, will cover salaries and traini

£274,400 Community Fund
23 Feb 2010 The British Red Cross Society

This development of an existing project will provide assistance to refugees and asylum seekers in Leicestershire and help them to access health, social, educational and legal services and support networks. The project aims to help them settle into their n

£270,235 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 1995 The Princess Royal Trust For Carers

Providing Services To Carers Through Carer Centres In Disadvantaged Locations

£264,000 Community Fund
14 Aug 2012 Broadway Homelessness and Support

This new project will provide a programme of outreach and onsite healthcare services for homeless and vulnerable people living in and around Hammersmith and Fulham. The project will launch a calendar of health-themed awareness-raising events and engagemen

£262,788 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2003 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

The Employment Resource Project will assist unemployed ex-offenders within Oldham not under statutory supervision into sustainable Employment, Training or Education. The grant, over three years, will fund the new post of a full-time Project Manager; a n

£261,722 Community Fund
11 Mar 2004 St Botolph-without-Aldgate

St Botolph-without-Aldgate Organ Project

£261,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2003 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

The project is aimed at improving the employability of people living in Birmingham with a criminal record and to increase their chances of sustaining employment, so reducing their likelihood of re-offending.The grant, over three years, will pay for 2 new

£260,926 Community Fund
5 Nov 1998 PCC St Mary at Hill

St Mary at Hill, Lovat Lane, LB City of London

£256,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2014 XLP

This is a continuation of an existing project, delivered in seven London Boroughs, which provides support to YP living in deprived inner-London estates who are/at risk of poor life chances. Using two customized double-decker buses, the project travels to

£245,196 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 1996 Bishopsgate Foundation

Bishopsgate Reference Library, Bishopsgate, London

£245,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Jun 1999 St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation & Peace

St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation & Peace

£243,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2010 The British Red Cross Society

The project will improve the mobility, safety, independence and inclusion of at least 4,924 vulnerable people with multiple health and mobility disadvantages in Powys and Ceredigion, especially in rurally isolated and deprived areas. The three year grant

£242,490 Big Lottery Fund
7 May 1997 Bishopsgate Foundation and Institute

Bishopsgate Institute Library Collection Conservation, London

£240,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Mar 2004 The Royal Town Planning Institute

Rtpi Aims To Advance The Science And Art Of Town Planning For The Benefit Of The Public. This Project Will Identify Socially Or Economically Disadvantaged Communities And Involve Them In The Planning Process With The Aim Of Promoting Better Developments F

£234,518 Community Fund
11 Aug 2009 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

This project supports women ex-offenders in Liverpool through the development of a network of peer support and training. The project will provide opportunities for unemployed women with a criminal record, some of who may be in housing need, to support one

£233,358 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2007 The British Red Cross Society

This project will co-ordinate a daily check on older people over 60 who live alone in the Ince ward of Wigan. On weekday mornings older people will put a numbered indicator in their front window, which young volunteers will check on their way to school. I

£230,833 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2013 Youthnet Uk

This is a development of an existing project by Youthnet Uk (YUk) to improve the mental wellbeing of young people (YP) aged 16-25 England wide through the new `Looking After Yourself and Others' online area on TheSite.org; helping them acquire the confide

£230,542 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2004 Parish Church of St James Garlickhythe

St James Garlickhythe, EC4: Organ Restoration

£226,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 May 1999 Maternity Alliance Educational & Research Trust (The)

A project to research the barriers to care for low income, childbearing women. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and other associated project costs.

£226,231 Community Fund
22 Sep 2001 Girls Friendly Society in England & Wales

The Project Will Seek To Meet The Needs Of Vulnerable And Disadvantaged Young Women Aged Between 14 And 25 Year Old. It Will Provide - With The Assistance Of Other Agencies - Services Such As Parenting Skills, Antenatal And Post Natal Care, Crhche Provis

£219,664 Community Fund
30 Sep 1998 Urban Forum (Diverse Cities)

The project is to maximise the involvement of voluntary and community organisations in the formation of urban and regional policy. Urban Forum will ensure that more organisations are informed of policy developments and working groups will be set up to de

£211,120 Community Fund
6 Dec 2004 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Twelfth Night - English tour 2005/06

£208,113 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2003 Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Connect

£203,085 Arts Council England
16 Aug 2011 Good Vibrations (Music) Limited

This continuing project will work to rehabilitate and reduce the risk of reoffending of prisoners and secure hospital patients through musical intervention work. The course will work towards improving the attitudes, behaviour and team working skills of in

£200,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2006 Modern Masterpieces (Trading As Michael Clark)

Stravinsky Project Part 2 plus organisational development

£199,991 Arts Council England
9 Apr 2003 In Kind Direct

The Project Aims To Support Community Groups In Fair Share Areas By Carrying Out A Targeted Programme To Promote The Work Of In Kind Direct. The Organisation Will Carry Out Visits To Promote The Service, Offer Free Registration And Discount Certificate

£199,506 Community Fund
9 May 2007 Modern Masterpieces

Stravinsky Project Part 3 (at Barbican)

£198,678 Arts Council England