Lottery grants awarded to London

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
19 Feb 2008 . Ajaykumar

iPAK

£4,960 Arts Council England
27 May 2009 Action For Kids Charitable Trust

Urban Beach Volleyball Tournament

£9,453 Sport England
30 Sep 1999 Action for M.E.

The organisation provides information self-help and support services to people with ME and their carers. The project is to provide an information technology system which will improve the management and efficiency of the organisation and allow it to devel

£120,901 Community Fund
5 Mar 2001 Action for M.E.

The project will train and support volunteers to increase the numbers of volunteers and new self-help support groups for people with ME. The grant over three years is for the recruitment and salary of a full-time Volunteers Co-ordinator, fees for freelan

£175,425 Community Fund
7 Oct 1997 advice UK

The project will expand the range and scope of services provided by the Federation of Independent Advice Centres. The grant, over three years, will provide refurbishment costs, fees for freelance workers, training for beneficiaries and travel costs.

£175,015 Community Fund
8 Nov 2007 Advice UK

The Governance Project will develop and expand on materials already written by the Law Centres Federation (London) to make them suitable to other advice providing agencies, including holistic providers and specialist agencies focusing on the needs of part

£182,320 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 1999 AFASIC

This Millennium project will address the needs of children and young adults with speech and language impairments in Northern Ireland. It will raise awareness of their needs and legal entitlements promote training opportunities for key professional group

£56,211 Community Fund
7 Nov 2005 African Music Agency

African Blues - DaDa

£11,000 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2007 After Adoption

This London-based charity will run two support groups for adopted children and their families. One group will concentrate on helping adoptive parents in dealing with challenging behaviour from children on issues surrounding their adoption, and the second

£6,352 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Mar 2011 Airfields Environment Trust

This is a project by a community group in Hounslow. The group will use funding to run a series of nature workshops for disadvantaged children and families who have limited access to natural park and woodland. This will enable the beneficiaries to learn ab

£7,524 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2005 All Hallows Business House / PACE

Continuing City

£31,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2007 All Hallows By The Tower

Tidal Reach

£49,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Dec 1995 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

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

£329,040 Community Fund
4 Jul 2000 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

Apex will provide a new national confidential Help line (9-5 Monday to Friday) in relation to the 1997 Police Act and disclosing criminal records. The project will provide jobs advice and information for unemployed ex-offenders their families and friends

£178,472 Community 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
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
19 Nov 2004 Apex Charitable Trust Limited

Apex Is A National Charity That Helps People With A Criminal Record Obtain A Job Or Self-Employment By Providing Them With The Skills They Need In The Labour Market, And By Working To Break Down The Barriers To Their Employment. Apex Provides An Informati

£154,775 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
12 Aug 2014 Arab British Centre

Whose Gaze Is It Anyway?

£6,215 Arts Council England
6 May 2014 Arts Alliance

Art Cell

£12,859 Arts Council England
3 Mar 2003 Askonas Holt Ltd

Royal New Zealand Ballet - UK Tour 2004

£90,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2006 Association of The Friends of St Giles

A Project To Increase Accessiblity For Disabled People In Order For Them To Play In Their Organ Music Lessons.

£8,950 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Jan 2010 Association of The Friends of St Giles

A project by this group in Barbican, London to insert a `plug-in' attachment to the church's organ for blind and partially sighted people who will play the instrument. The attachment will use a computer activated voice to guide the player and will speed u

£2,700 Big Lottery Fund
16 Oct 2007 Banipal Publishing

Banipal 30

£4,675 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2008 Banipal Publishing

Banipal Publishing 2008-2009

£20,000 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2009 Banipal Publishing

Banipal 35, Banipal 36 and Banipal 37 (2009-2010)

£18,080 Arts Council England
1 Jun 2010 Banipal Publishing

Banipal 38,39 and 40, published 2010-2011

£19,655 Arts Council England
8 Jun 2011 Banipal Publishing

Banipals 41 and 42, Summer and Autumn-Winter 2011

£8,000 Arts Council England
24 Aug 2012 Banipal Publishing

Banipal magazine issues 45 and 46

£9,000 Arts Council England
12 Sep 2013 Banipal Publishing

Banipal magazines 48 , 49 and 50

£14,900 Arts Council England
11 Feb 2015 Banipal Publishing

Banipal issues 52, 53, 54, website & libraries

£14,950 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Banipal Publishing

Banipal 2016 Arab Literary Modernism

£14,900 Arts Council England
6 Jan 2004 Barbican Art Galleries

Helen Chadwick: Blood Hyphen

£5,000 Arts Council England
4 May 2004 Barbican Art Galleries

Communicate: Independent British Graphic Design since the Sixties - Website

£20,000 Arts Council England
31 May 2005 Barbican Art Galleries

Summer Sundays

£12,500 Arts Council England
24 Jan 2006 Barbican Art Galleries

Howard Hodgkin in Print

£50,000 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2006 Barbican Art Galleries

Curve Commissions

£35,000 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Barbican Centre

Dreamspaces

£30,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2004 Barbican Centre

The London Children's Film Festival

£100,000 UK Film Council
3 May 2005 Barbican Centre

Africa 05 Story & Book Me

£5,000 Arts Council England
26 Aug 2008 Barbican Centre

Curve Art Commissions

£30,000 Arts Council England
10 Mar 2010 Barbican Centre

Curve Art

£60,000 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2004 Barbican Centre Trust

CAP: Equipment

£2,846 Arts Council England
4 May 2005 Barbican Centre Trust

DSN

£98,056 Arts Council England
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
6 Mar 2017 Barbican Guildhall

Creative Learning, Barbican Guildhall

£15,000 Creative Scotland
7 Oct 1999 Barbican Playgroup & Mother & Toddlers Group

This project will help mothers and toddlers, to develop comfortable stimulating learning environments. The grant, over one year, will pay for the refurbishment of existing premises, equipment and toys.

£8,936 Community Fund
8 Dec 2016 Barry Green

Barry Green Spring 2017 Tour

£7,160 Arts Council 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
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
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£20,890 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£48,639 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£37,640 New Opportunities Fund
12 Sep 2000 Barts and the London NHS Trust

To provide culturally appropriate information and support for the Bengali community to raise awareness and encourage take up of early screening. To increase early diagnosis and train staff in the development if inter-cultural communication.

£197,920 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2001 Barts and The London NHS Trust

New Multiviewer. The equipment is used for rapid viewing of large numbers of mammography films which enables women to be given the results of their breast screening in the shortest possible time.

£12,183 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jan 2011 Beyond Food Foundation

This project uses food as a catalyst to help people who are homeless to move on with their lives. The project aims to inspire people in transition and propel them to better health, improved confidence and a career pathway. Activities will work with homele

£56,370 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 1996 Bishopsgate Foundation

Bishopsgate Reference Library, Bishopsgate, London

£245,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 May 1997 Bishopsgate Foundation and Institute

Bishopsgate Institute Library Collection Conservation, London

£240,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2006 Bishopsgate Institute

Bishopsgate Institute: Promoting London's Heritage

£38,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2007 Bishopsgate Institute

Bishopsgate Institue- Heritage Improvements

£1,554,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2009 Bishopsgate Institute

My East End

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 1996 Blind In Business Charitable Trust

To create employment opportunities for visually impaired young people. The three year grant will fund two full time project workers, running and equipment costs.

£131,300 Community Fund
18 Mar 2010 Blind In Business Trust

This community organisation based in the City of London will hold training courses to enable blind and visually impaired young people to make independent career decisions. Courses will include CV writing and interview techniques and will help to develop p

£9,641 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2011 Blind In Business Trust

This is a project by a charity in the City of London. The group will use funding to run a series of workshops to train blind children throughout England to use current and new technologies. This will enable beneficiaries to be aware of the technology that

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2013 Blind In Business Trust

This is a project by a charity in the City of London. The group will use the funding to provide opportunities for blind children to office based training and development. This will increase the childrens skills, confidence and aspirations through peer led

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2014 Blind In Business Trust

The group will use the funding to run a series of workshops to introduce and train visually impaired children throughout England to use current and new technologies. This will increase awareness of the technology available to assist blind children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
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
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
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
23 Jan 2009 Boy Blue Entertainment

Pied Piper UK tour, a hip hop dance revolution

£150,990 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2010 Boy Blue Entertainment

Shades of Blue Residency

£121,122 Arts Council England
12 Aug 2013 Boy Blue Entertainment

The Five & the Prophecy of Prana

£72,000 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 Boy Blue Entertainment

Elevate fund

£126,563 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2016 Boy Blue Entertainment

Blak Whyte Grey 2017

£51,788 Arts Council England
16 Oct 1997 Bridewell Theatre

To convert building into theatre and purchase of equipment

£90,000 Arts Council England
10 Jun 2003 Bridewell Theatre

Bridewell Youth Music Theatre

£11,561 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2003 Bridewell Theatre

Strategic Planning For The Future

£14,940 Arts Council England
6 Nov 2013 British Red Cross

VAD indexes online: personnel records of First World War volunteers

£80,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2005 British Red Cross Society

Insomnia/Exile - working title

£5,000 Arts Council England
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
22 May 2012 Broadway Homelessness and Support

Broadway Homelessness and Support will establish a new Private Rented Sector Social Investment Fund to meet the accommodation needs of people who are homeless. Within six months the fund aims to raise ?10m capital to purchase a portfolio of up to 260 prop

£85,000 Big Lottery 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
19 Dec 2011 Brokerage Citylink

This is a project by a charity in the City of London serving beneficiaries throughout London. The group will use funding to improve its existing communications and PR skills enabling them to raise their profile and attract more beneficiaries. This will en

£8,350 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2014 Brokerage Citylink

This is a project by a charity in the City of London. The group will use the funding to redesign their website. This will increase the capacity of the organisation by improving accessibility and also provide free resources to increased numbers of benefici

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2014 Brokerage Citylink

This is a project by a charity in the City of London. The group will use the funding to redesign their website. This will increase the capacity of the organisation by improving accessibility and also provide free resources to increased numbers of beneficiaries.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
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
6 Dec 2004 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Twelfth Night - English tour 2005/06

£208,113 Arts Council England
17 May 2012 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Annual project for 2012/2013 ( Lottery )

£150,103 Arts Council England
17 Mar 2015 Cheek By Jowl Theatre Company Ltd

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£737,031 Arts Council England
15 Apr 2003 City Arts Trust

Soundlines

£12,774 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2013 City Arts Trust Limited

City of London Tree Heritage projects

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Dec 2006 City Arts Trust Ltd

BridgeTower- A Cultural Heritage Project, commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act

£41,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2008 City of London

Youth Sport Project

£37,500 Sport England
20 Aug 2008 City of London

50+ SPA

£33,750 Sport England
8 Oct 2015 City of London

175 Years of policing in the City of London

£90,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jun 2004 City Of London Festival

Chamber Orchestras+-+ Network

£50,000 Arts Council England
5 Sep 2006 City Of London Festival

Bridgetower - A fable of London in 1807

£55,000 Arts Council England
28 Feb 2001 City of London Sinfonia

An Opera For Tower Hamlets

£17,740 Arts Council England
12 Nov 2002 City of London Sinfonia

Piccolo People

£8,113 Arts Council England
23 Feb 2005 City Of London Sinfonia

As Part Of King'S Lynn'S 800th Anniversary Celebrations, This Group Will Run A Community Music Event For Young Children And Their Families. It Will Provide An Opportunity For Children To Play Different Musical Instruments And, By Involving Groups Like The

£4,730 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme