158 matching grants found.
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|26 Jan 1999||Artangel Trust
|£60,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Sadlers Wells Trust
|£27,300||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Holloway Neighbourhood Group
Refurbishment of multimedia resource
|£90,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Arts Worldwide
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|31 Mar 1999||London Studio Centre
New Assistance Fund
|£2,600||Arts Council England|
|26 Aug 1999||London Studio Centre
3 Year Theatre Dance Course: 1997 - 2000
|£368,483||Arts Council England|
|26 Aug 1999||Italia Conti Academy Of Theatre Arts
3 Year Performing Arts Diploma Course: 1998 - 2001
|£139,868||Arts Council England|
|26 Aug 1999||London Studio Centre
3 Year Theatre Dance Course: 1998 - 2001
|£368,483||Arts Council England|
|3 Sep 1999||H2Dance
This Group Provides Contemporary Dance Performances, Workshops And Educational Events. The Project Is To Create And Perform A New Dance Piece And Hold Creative Movement Workshops For Various Age Groups And Abilities. The Award Will Pay For Performers' Fe
|£3,200||Arts Council England|
|3 Sep 1999||Cyclops Productions
This Group Stages Dramatic Productions With Particular Emphasis On The Inspiration And Participation Of Disabled Artists. This Group Will Perform A Futuristic Version Of Shakespeare'S 'Richard Iii'. The Award Will Pay For The Hire Of The Cochrane Theatre
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|19 Oct 1999||Almeida Theatre Company
Refurbishment of the Almeida Theatre & increase accessibility to rehearsal, production and admin facilities
|£5,607,161||Arts Council England|
|6 Dec 1999||Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)
|£2,287,464||Arts Council England|
|16 Dec 1999||Canonbury Community Baptist Church
|£7,300||Arts Council England|
|29 Jan 1999||Euphoria Films Ltd
Production of Drama Serial Eureka Street
|£160,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Sep 1999||National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS)
Access - Access to the Arts for Deaf Children in Northern Ireland
|£73,703||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|15 Oct 1999||Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Limited
Interim Funding Scheme
|£12,000||Arts Council of Wales|
|15 Oct 1999||London Studio Centre
Interim Funding Scheme
|£12,570||Arts Council of Wales|
|6 Jan 1999||Sustain: The Alliance For Better Food & Farming
NFA were awarded a two year grant by the UK Committee in 1996 for their Food Poverty Network project. This application is to extend and develop work with the 350 individuals and organisations who make up this nation-wide network which promotes community f
|7 Jan 1999||C S V (Community Service Volunteers)
CSV creates opportunities for people to play an active part in the life of their community through volunteering. The project will expand and develop the RSVP programme in England (Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme) which encourages people aged 50+ t
|7 Jan 1999||South Islington Bangladesh Association
The project aims to increase the participation of women in the organisation and the wider community. The grant, over two years, is for the salary of a women's development worker, and training for the management committee.
|7 Jan 1999||Royal Mencap Society
The project is to set up and administer district committees in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The committees will promote joint working between people with a learning disability, parents, carers and external groups and agencies. The grant, over three ye
|7 Jan 1999||Lesbian and Gay Employment Rights
The organisation aims to reduce discrimination against lesbians and gay men in employment through a casework/advice service and through education and training of employers. The project is to employ an additional Caseworker to help clients in two new areas
|7 Jan 1999||Low Pay Research Trust
The organisation exists to relieve poverty amongst individuals. The project is to set up a website on the Internet which will give low paid workers unemployed people and local advice organisations access to accurate and up-to-date information on pay emp
|7 Jan 1999||African Swahiliphone Refugee Project in the UK
This group provides a range of services for the Swahili-speaking community in Greater London including advice, information and counselling. The grant will pay for computer and office equipment and volunteer expenses.
|7 Jan 1999||U K East African Women & Children Appraisal Group
This group provides advice and information to members of the Swahili speaking community. The grant will enable this group to establish an office and will pay for health promotion work.
|7 Jan 1999||233 Camden RGJ (KRRC) Army Cadet Force
This group provides challenging, adventurous community activities for young people between the ages of 13 and 19. The grant will pay for a resuscitation model for first aid training, and sports accessories.
|7 Jan 1999||Citizens Advice Line for London
The project will establish and run a new London-wide telephone Citizens Advice Bureau targeted at those who find it difficult to access current advice provision in the capital. The grant, over two years, is for the salaries of eight new staff, office equi
|7 Jan 1999||C.H.A.N.G.E
Change supports people who have both a learning disability and a sensory impairment. The project is to increase beneficiaries' access to information by creating a Picture Bank Word Bank and Photo Bank on CD-Rom suitable for use by other agencies and serv
|9 Feb 1999||Community Self Build Agency
The organisation helps people on low incomes/unemployed in housing need to build their own homes whether or not they have building skills. The project is to launch the first Community Self Build Week in October 2000 where 50 events around the country wi
|9 Feb 1999||National Federation of Community Organisations
The organisation (known as Community Matters) is an umbrella body for community associations. The project is to promote a new model for the Community Association into the 21st Century. The grant is to hold 9 promotional events across England, produce a 20
|9 Feb 1999||Royal Mencap Society
To organise a convention on virtual reality for a five day period in June 2000 to enable people with learning disabilities to experience virtual reality and other associated technologies. The grant, over one year, will pay for nine salaries, office equipm
|9 Feb 1999||Common Purpose UK
The Organisation Aims To Educate People About Civil And Social Responsibility In The Uk, Principally Through Running An Education Programme For Adults Who Are Emerging Leaders In All Sectors. The Project Will Produce 'Citizen'S Connection', An On-Line Inf
|19 Feb 1999||National Federation of Community Organisations
The project is to promote a new vision and model for the Community Association, appropriate to the 21st Century. The one year grant will be spent on the production of a video (with Welsh subtitles), bi-lingual promotional materials, fees for freelance wor
|4 Mar 1999||Kurdish Information & Advocacy Centre
The project is to expand the services provided by the centre which provides advice and assistance to Kurdish refugees who are faced with new legislation and regulations directly affecting their right to abode, housing and employment in Britain. This grant
|4 Mar 1999||London Detainee Support Group
The project is to develop and enhance current support services offered to detainees, and ex-detainees, held in Harmondsworth Detention Centre. The project will allow for a more focused approach to providing services through the development of volunteer t
|4 Mar 1999||Peter Bedford Housing Association
The project is the creation of a properly designed and appointed community centre that will provide a welcoming environment and designed specifically for people who have histories of mental health problems, learning difficulties and homelessness The grant
|4 Mar 1999||Scope
The Project Will Employ A Training Co-Ordinator To Develop And Promote Personal Development Training Packs And Promotional Literature Which Will Be Used By Local Voluntary Organisations To Provide Training Courses For Disabled People. The Project Aims To
|4 Mar 1999||ADDACTION
The project will develop volunteering programmes in Brighton, Crawley and Hastings. It will help and provide support for people suffering from addictions and their families, by recruiting, training and supporting volunteers who are unemployed. The grant,
|4 Mar 1999||CSV
The project is to develop a programme of volunteering targeting young people and people living in rural areas to improve social, personal skills and employment opportunities. The grant, over two years, will contribute towards one staff salary, promotiona
|4 Mar 1999||Mildmay Pensioners Advice Centre
This group provides benefits advice, assistance and organized activities for pensioners. The money will pay for office and computing equipment, outings and volunteer expenses.
|4 Mar 1999||Val McKenzie Mobility Group
This group provides support, information and social activities for people with mobility difficulties in Islington. The money will pay for transport costs and outings.
|4 Mar 1999||African Youth Trust (AYT)
This group provides advocacy services for young people of African origin who are, or are about to be, excluded from school or seeking employment. The group also provides support for African parents and offers career counselling and referrals. The grant w
|4 Mar 1999||ORISHA
This group provides non-directive play therapy to 3-12 year olds and training in play therapy for early years workers particularly focussed on the needs of Black families. The grant will pay for the costs of a conference including publicity, speakers, ent
|4 Mar 1999||Society of Black Architects
This group involves black architects and architectural students and the community in student exchange programmes, mentoring and training. It also campaigns against racism and sexism within the profession of architecture. The grant will pay for workshop p
|4 Mar 1999||Kurdish Disability Organisation
This group provides advice on welfare rights, housing, immigration, education and health. The money will pay for a holiday for 12 disabled people, volunteer expenses, a computer and a contribution towards a party on Kurdish New Year Day.
|11 Mar 1999||Royal Mencap Society
The project will facilitate the establishment of two District Committees by providing training for people with learning disabilities. It will promote joint working between people with learning disabilities, their carers, parents and other related support
|11 Mar 1999||Regard
Regard campaigns on behalf of and provides services to lesbians bisexuals and gay men with disabilities. Current services include a newsletter a befriending service and a helpline. The grant will be used to employ a Development Worker and administrative
|11 Mar 1999||National Association Of Womens Clubs
The organisation provides assistance to a large network of local and regional Women's Associations. The project will provide for six open days to be held at local areas throughout England in order to promote the work of the association and to increase mem
|11 Mar 1999||Scope
Scope provides advice and care for sufferers of Cerebral Palsy and associated disabilities through education, housing and employment services. This grant will provide a building extension on to the existing teaching block of Meldreth Manor School which is
|8 Apr 1999||Help the Aged
This project is to enable older people to play an active role in the decision-making process. The grant, over two years, is for a salary, training for staff, volunteers and beneficiaries, travel, recruitment and administration costs, consultancy and freel
|20 Apr 1999||Islington Volunteer Centre
The project will continue and expand existing services by promoting volunteering and improving access to training and information. The grant, over two years, will pay for staff salaries, office equipment, refurbishment and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Umbrella
The project will encourage current and former users of mental health services to become volunteers for the organisation's services which include nursing, housing and community support. The grant, over three years, will be used to pay running costs
|20 Apr 1999||Timbuktu Adventure Playground
The project will refurbish the adventure playground which will incorporate a designated area for children aged under eight and provide access for wheel chair users. The grant, over three years, will pay for refurbishment, the salary of a play worker and t
|20 Apr 1999||Freightliners Farm Ltd
The project will provide volunteering opportunities for people who live in the local area, including people with physical and learning disabilities and people who are socially disadvantaged. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries, training, ch
|20 Apr 1999||Uplift
The project will provide a comprehensive health promotion programme for black and minority ethnic communities which will include drug education in schools, outreach work and one off events with a drugs prevention theme. The grant, over three years, is for
|20 Apr 1999||Scope
The one year project will create a fully accessible environment in all 23 charity shops in the North East and will recruit and train 46 people with disabilities from the local communities to work in the shops as volunteers. The one year grant will pay for
|20 Apr 1999||Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation
The project will provide services such as advice and information to individual disabled people and the voluntary and statutory organisations that serve them throughout London. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a worker, equipment and runni
|20 Apr 1999||Capital Housing
The project will provide additional services to a greater number of vulnerable young people and help recently resettled young people to maintain their independent accommodation successfully. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, the salary
|20 Apr 1999||Centre 404
The project is to appoint a director who will provide strategic direction and develop new services. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries, a contribution to refurbishment, office equipment and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Holloway Neighbourhood Group
The project will set up four parents' clubs in different areas of Islington. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, rent and running expenses.
|20 Apr 1999||The Community of Refugees from Vietnam, Borough of Islington
The project will provide bi-lingual training in literacy, numeracy and English language for unemployed and illiterate refugees. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, the salary of a bi-lingual teacher and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Islington People's Rights
The project will extend services through outreach work, making them more accessible to people who are housebound or who have limited time due to their roles as carers. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries, refurbishment and the purchase of a
|20 Apr 1999||The Befriending Network
The project will recruit and train community befrienders in specific areas of West London to forge befriending relationships with people living with life-threatening or terminal illness. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a project wo
|20 Apr 1999||Project for Advocacy, Counselling and Education
The project extends the personal counselling service currently offered to lesbians and gay men, to unemployed and low waged people with a range of mental health problems to assist in gaining employment and training, and access to supportive social and cul
|20 Apr 1999||Turkish Cypriot Elderly Group
This group provides support, social activities and hot lunches for Turkish Cypriot elderly people in Islington. The grant will be used to pay for the food for hot lunches.
|20 Apr 1999||Islington Pensioners' Forum
This group promotes the well being of older people in Islington by identifying issues of concern, promoting social action, and organising social activities. The grant will be used to purchase a TV and video, an overhead projector, books, an urn and teapot
|20 Apr 1999||Childline
The project is to expand the service of a telephone helpline for children and young people in Yorkshire and the Humber. The grant over three years will pay for two staff salaries and running costs.
|27 Apr 1999||Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation
The project will expand RADAR's regional presence in the West Midlands, raise awareness of disability issues and work with local disability networks. The grant, over three years, will pay for one salary, a vehicle and all project running costs.
|27 Apr 1999||Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation
This project will enable RADAR a national organisation to extend it's current service provision to disabled people who live and disability organisations who work in the East Midlands. The project will be modelled on the work of existing RADAR projects
|27 Apr 1999||Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation
The project is to employ a regional officer for the South East to develop services for disabled people and to support organisations for disabled people. The grant, over three years, will fund the regional officer's salary, the purchase of a vehicle and su
|27 Apr 1999||The National Autistic Society
Project involves purchasing a building and converting it to provide workshop facilities to provide opportunities for people with autism to develop practical skills including carpentry, food preparation, IT and furniture making. The grant, over one year, w
|28 Apr 1999||National Council Of Voluntary Child Care Organisations
NCVCCO is the umbrella agency for child care/family support organisations within the voluntary sector. The project will improve the effectiveness of the sector by building the capacity of member organisations through assessing the implications of governme
|28 Apr 1999||National Children's Bureau
The organisation works to identify and promote the well-being and interests of children and young people. The project will target three neighbourhoods to get young people aged 11-16 actively involved within existing decision making structures for example
|28 Apr 1999||ADDACTION
Addaction provides help, care, advice and support for people with drug and alcohol problems and their families and friends. The project is to set up three pilot community development schemes in Derby, Brighton and Islington, to enable local communities to
|29 Apr 1999||Development Education Association
The organisation supports the work of groups which promote a UK understanding of global development issues. The project will support seven local pilot projects involving local DEA members and local youth projects. These local projects will allow young pe
|10 May 1999||Common Purpose UK
The project is an extension of the Your Turn citizen programme for young people in schools in the 13 - 14 age group. The project will work with education departments and schools to develop new workshops to be run by teachers. The workshops aim to ensure
|19 May 1999||Royal Mencap Society
The project will adopt a multi-disciplinary approach to the investigation of post-natal eye growth and consequent short-sightedness (myopia) in children with Down's Syndrome. The grant over three years, will pay for two research associates and running exp
|19 May 1999||Afasic
Research to identify children who are at risk of having reading difficulties in later life. The grant over three years will pay for salaries, ofiice equipment and project running expenses.
|19 May 1999||Child Accident Prevention Trust
A research project to investigate lifestyles and leisure of young people aged 11-14 years, in order to understand more about their exposure to injury risk and how this could be modified to enhance safety. The grant over two years will cover salaries, fees
|19 May 1999||Church of England Children's Society
The project aims to identity the health needs of socially excluded young people and increase the awareness of their specific health needs. The funds will pay for salaries and running costs.
|19 May 1999||City Road (Crisis Intervention) Limited
To establish the range of treatments and interventions that work for severe drug dependency users. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries, fees, equipment and running costs.
|19 May 1999||CSV
The research aims to develop new opportunities for people over 50 with physical and sensory disabilities. The grant over one year will cover fees and running costs.
|19 May 1999||Help the Aged
This project is to secure adequate social care provision for all older people who need support, regardless of where they live. The study will examine the different policies and practices of local authorities under pressure to contain costs. The grant, ov
|19 May 1999||National Children's Bureau
The research aim is to discover young people's perspectives on needs and the services available to young people with diabetes. The grant over three years will pay for salaries and associated running expenses.
|19 May 1999||Project for Advocacy, Counselling and Education
A research project, over two years, to evaluate a mental health advocacy project for lesbian and gay people. The grant, over two years, is for salaries, equipment and project running expenses.
|19 May 1999||Scope
A research project to investigate the experiences of disabled children and young people with high levels of support needs and to identify the barriers that these children and young people experience. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and associ
|19 May 1999||Stonewall Housing Association
A project to be undertaken by Social and Community Planning Research, London, which aims to understand the causes of homelessness among lesbian and gay youth and to highlight their needs. Funding is for salaries and associated project costs.
|19 May 1999||William Harvey Research Institution (The)
A project to improve the early diagnosis of diabetic vascular disease. The early onset of vascular disease in patients is a major cause of premature death. The project will develop and evaluate new methods for early diagnosis to enable the introduction o
|19 May 1999||Association Of Therapeutic Communities (The)
A project with the Centre of Medical Sociology and Health Policy, Nottingham, to generate a comparative evaluation of therapies for personality disorders. The grant, over three years, will fund fees and running costs.
|19 May 1999||The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations
The main objectives of the research are to improve knowledge of the social, economic and health implications for parents caring for children whose life is limited in length or quality. The grant over two years will pay for fees and project running expense
|19 May 1999||Fight for Sight
The project, with the Institute of Opthalmology will investigate the blindness caused by age-related macular degeneration. The grant, over three years, covers one salary, equipment and project running expenses.
|19 May 1999||Action Group For Irish Youth
A project, in consortium with Brent Irish Travellers Project and West London Travellers Project, to investigate the health and welfare of Irish Travellers in Britain. Research is to be carried out by St Mary's University College, Twickenham. The grant, o
|26 May 1999||CSV
The project promotes a safer community by providing volunteering opportunities and support to young people at risk of offending. The grant over 3 years will contribute towards salaries, volunteer expenses, and office running costs.
|26 May 1999||Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Anti-violence and Policing Group
The project is to fund a Black Service Development initiative to aid the improvement of services offered by GALOP to gay men lesbians and bisexual people from black and minority ethnic communities who have been the victims of homophobic crime. A Black
|26 May 1999||London Voluntary Service Council
The project provides capacity building support to smaller groups and those facing discrimination so that ultimately they are in a better position raise funds more successfully. The project develops an existing project focussing on smaller groups, providi
|26 May 1999||Islington Victim Support Scheme
The project aims to prevent repeat crimes on victims on low income. The project will use existing expertise to identify and secure homes of vulnerable people. The second aim of the project is to research publish and disseminate its findings. The project
|27 May 1999||Mental Health Media Council
The organisation educates the public about mental health and trains mental health workers through videos, films and TV programmes. The project will produce a 20 minute video and resource pack on mental health awareness amongst South Asian communities. The
|2 Jun 1999||Advisory Centre for Education (ACE) Limited
The organisation helps parents to resolve difficulties with their children's schooling. The project will enable up to 120 voluntary groups to give advice and support to parents. This will be achieved by updating/developing the ACE Step By Step Advice Manu
|3 Jun 1999||CSV
The project will provide volunteering opportunities to people aged between 20 and 45 in Greater Manchester, by working in partnership with local voluntary organisations. This project will offer flexible volunteering opportunities to professional people wh
|7 Jun 1999||Young Minds Trust
The project will expand the organisation's telephone helpline which offers support and advice to parents, carers and professionals who are concerned with the mental health of children or young people. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries, ge