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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Jul 2012 NFTS (National Film & Television School)

CE&O and Bursaries

£832,942 British Film Institute
6 Jul 2009 Snowsport England

NGB Funding 2009-13

£832,387 Sport England
31 Mar 2011 Your Square Mile Limited

Big Society Network will deliver a UK wide flexible digital platform to be used by local groups and organisations. The project aims to engage existing groups and stimulate the start-up of new groups in communities with a view to building local social eng

£830,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2001 Health Limited

The project aims to relieve the burden of prevalent diseases among the San people of Namibia, working with the Ministry of Health and Social Services. The grant, over four years, will fund salaries, equipment, vehicles and information materials.

£827,780 Community Fund
25 Jun 2015 English Touring Theatre

Regional Touring Network

£826,786 Arts Council England
19 Jun 2009 Pentathlon GB

NGB Funding 2009-13

£817,957 Sport England
1 Apr 2014 Royal Yachting Association

Performance Pathway

£814,300 UK Sport
21 Aug 2000 English Ladies Golf Association

World Class Programme

£813,731 Sport England
21 May 2014 Independent Cinema Office

BFI Film Audience Network Strategic Partners

£810,000 British Film Institute
20 Dec 2005 Childhope UK

In recent years there has been some progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Uganda. However, whilst the rate of new infections has declined in urban areas, in rural areas the rate of new infections is increasing. Women aged 20-24 years show the highest

£809,497 Community Fund
11 Mar 1999 Workers' Educational Association

The organisation provides education and learning opportunities for adults through colleges and outlets nationwide. The grant will establish an IT infrastructure to enable WEAs across the country to network and share information more effectively. This will

£801,925 Community Fund
26 Mar 2010 Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association

Performance Pathway

£800,204 UK Sport
3 Mar 2010 Chalet Girl Films Ltd

The Chalet Girl

£800,000 UK Film Council
2 Feb 2011 Forthcoming Productions

Trap for Cinderella

£800,000 UK Film Council
17 Apr 2013 Blueprint Pictures (Posh) Limited

POSH

£800,000 British Film Institute
14 Apr 2003 Instititute for War and Peace Reporting

The Project Aims To Contribute To Democracy And Resolution Of Conflict In Afghanistan By Helping To Create A Free Press Which Can Disseminate Reliable Information On Humanitarian, Social And Political Developments Affecting The Afghan People. The Project

£798,018 Community Fund
12 Mar 2013 British Blind Sport - Goalball

Performance Pathway

£787,940 UK Sport
22 Mar 2013 British Disabled Fencing Association

Performance Pathway

£787,808 UK Sport
19 Jul 2010 Commonwealth Games Council for England

Revenue Funding 2006-10

£786,199 Sport England
18 Nov 2015 Fiery Flying Films Ltd.

Fanny Lye Deliverd

£785,715 British Film Institute
9 Sep 2015 Paines Plough

Roundabout: your town, your theatre, your space

£784,052 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2014 National Film & Television School

NFTS Application to Skillset Film Academies Course Enhancement and Outreach 2014-15

£780,403 British Film Institute
19 Aug 2009 Ruby Films (Tamara Drewe) Limited

Tamara Drewe

£779,632 UK Film Council
10 Jul 2000 British Gymnastics

World Class Performance

£776,194 UK Sport
11 Nov 2015 Journeyman Films Limited

Journeyman

£775,000 British Film Institute
22 Aug 2013 National Film & Television School

NFTS Application to Skillset Film Academies Course Enhancement

£770,403 British Film Institute
8 Apr 2015 National Film & Television School

NFTS Application to Skillset Film Academies Course Enhancement and Outreach 2015-16

£770,403 British Film Institute
27 May 2016 National Film & Television School

NFTS Application to Skillset Film Academies Course Enhancement and Outreach 2016-17

£770,403 British Film Institute
6 Sep 2017 Rook Films Fabric Limited

In Fabric

£770,000 British Film Institute
22 Aug 2003 Impact Foundation

In The Rautahat, Siraha, And Dhanusha Districts Of Nepal, Health Services Are Very Limited And Most People Live In Rural Areas. Maternal Health And Hearing Disabilities Are Particular Problems, As Well As Poor Nutrition. There Are Low Levels Of Literacy,

£769,398 Community Fund
15 Dec 2004 Health Limited

The semi-nomadic tribes of South Omo in Ethiopia have very poor access to health services. One under-resourced local hospital serves a population of 390,000 and high rates of disease cause the deaths of 20 per cent of children before the age of five, few

£767,308 Community Fund
14 Apr 2003 Project Hope UK

Poor Women Living Along The Major Highway Bisecting Zambezia Province In Mozambique Are Particularly At Risk Of Hiv/Aids. This Project Aims To Reduce The Transmission Of Hiv And Increase The Economic Security Of Vulnerable Women By Setting Up Women'S Loan

£766,446 Community Fund
16 Apr 1997 Amnesty International UK Section

The project will increase observance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 43 countries across the world by assisting the development of human rights groups. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, salaries, training, travel and tr

£756,680 Community Fund
17 Sep 2014 Canal & River Trust

Carpenter's Road Lock - Heritage from the shadow of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

£756,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2006 Learning For Life

The State Of Andhra Pradesh Has One Of The Highest Incidences Of Hiv/Aids In India. Many Children Have Been Orphaned Or Left Without An Adult Carer Because Of Aids. These Children Are Vulnerable To Begging, Abuse, Exploitation, Alcohol And Drugs. As A

£755,937 Community Fund
4 Apr 2016 CJO

The project will focus on preventing domestic abuse and raise awareness of child sexual exploitation and female genital mutilation. The partnership will help break down barriers that prevent women and girls them accessing mainstream services; support victims and survivors and help build the capacity of African and Caribbean women?s organisations in Hackney.

£754,409 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2014 sportscotland

Performance Pathway

£753,800 UK Sport
6 Jun 2016 The Girls? Network

The Girls Network will expand its work with teenage girls and young women aged 14-19 from the least advantaged communities with female mentors from their network of professional women. The mentors will meet regularly with the girls to help the explore career opportunities, develop their skills, confidence and self-esteem and providing them with the support for them to achieve their own goals through education and beyond.

£751,720 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2005 Health Limited

Although 45 per cent of Cambodia's population is aged 10-24, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services are mostly targeted at married women rather than the large population of potentially sexually active young people. Young people show an awareness of

£751,417 Community Fund
23 Apr 2011 England Hockey

Performance Pathway

£750,200 UK Sport
12 Sep 2007 British Overseas NGOs For Development (BOND)

BOND will work with member organisations and the international sector to improve effectiveness, help them to fulfill their missions, learn and network for global poverty reduction. This will be delivered through training, learning, networking, peer learni

£750,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2008 Film Education

UK Wide Film Education Fund

£750,000 UK Film Council
22 Sep 2010 Vertigo Films Ltd

Horrid Henry: The Movie 3D

£750,000 UK Film Council
23 Feb 2011 Sixteen Films Ltd

The Angel's Share

£750,000 UK Film Council
12 Apr 2011 Youth Sport Trust

School Games Level 4 transition event: UK School Games 2011

£750,000 Sport England
13 Apr 2011 Unanimous Pictures

Shadow Dancer (Working Title)

£750,000 British Film Institute
28 Mar 2012 Potboiler Productions Ltd

Half Of A Yellow Sun

£750,000 British Film Institute
18 Jul 2012 Calvary Films Ltd

Calvary

£750,000 British Film Institute
2 Oct 2012 Philomena Lee Ltd

The Lost Child Of Philomena Lee

£750,000 British Film Institute
27 Aug 2014 The Ones Below Limited

The Ones Below

£750,000 British Film Institute
12 May 2015 Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure & CUlture

Opera for All

£750,000 Arts Council England
2 Feb 2015 East Lindsey District Council

Opera for All

£750,000 Arts Council England
3 Feb 2016 PARALLEL (STORM) LIMITED

A STORM IN THE STARS

£750,000 British Film Institute
28 Jun 2016 Newscope Films Limited

Darkness Visible

£750,000 British Film Institute
22 Feb 2017 Number 9 Films Limited

Colette

£750,000 British Film Institute
30 Aug 2017 The British Film Institute

BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL

£750,000 British Film Institute
29 Aug 2015 Digital Unite Limited

Digital Unite receives ?749,611 for projects delivered in partnership with housing association Affinity Sutton and charity AbilityNet. They will train, develop and expand a network of volunteers who will provide free digital skills to 1,000 disabled people in their own homes and encourage young people to become digital champions, gain the skills needed to get jobs and support local residents to get online.

£749,611 Big Lottery Fund
7 Dec 2015 The Trussell Trust

The funding will enable the charity to increase support to their network of foodbanks across England which provide emergency food and support to people in crisis who have been referred by professionals including health visitors, welfare advisors, staff at refuges and social workers. It will also help Trussell Trust foodbanks to provide extra services ranging from debt, money management, welfare and housing advice to courses on cooking on a budget

£748,423 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2014 British Canoe Union

Performance Pathway

£748,262 UK Sport
4 Apr 2016 CJO

The project will focus on preventing domestic abuse and raise awareness of child sexual exploitation and female genital mutilation. The partnership will help break down barriers that prevent women and girls them accessing mainstream services; support victims and survivors and help build the capacity of African and Caribbean women?s organisations in Hackney.

£748,249 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 The Girls? Network

The Girls Network will expand its work with teenage girls and young women aged 14-19 from the least advantaged communities with female mentors from their network of professional women. The mentors will meet regularly with the girls to help the explore career opportunities, develop their skills, confidence and self-esteem and providing them with the support for them to achieve their own goals through education and beyond.

£746,720 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2006 Practical Action Limited

A Tsunami-related project to support communities to return to or adopt alternative livelihood options (eg. in sectors such as fishing, organic paddy production, vegetable processing and other small enterprise). The project will have a strong advocacy focu

£746,488 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 HARBOUR

The aim of the project is to offer an extended recovery service to women and girls who have been supported in Harbour?s existing crisis services but would benefit from ongoing support to enable them to achieve sustainable changes, leading to a life free from abuse and where they are able to achieve their full potential.

£745,125 Big Lottery Fund
16 Apr 2004 Oxfam

In North East Brazil It Rains For Only Three Months A Year. Rural Families Struggle To Find Enough Safe Water For The Rest Of The Year. Water Is Sometimes Brought In By Truck, But These Supplies Are Manipulated By Local Politicians To Make Sure People Vot

£742,117 Community Fund
16 Apr 1997 Health Limited

To improve the health of women in Cambodia and the Great Lakes Region of Africa, by training community health educators and broadcasting health information. The grant, over three years, is for salaries, training costs, educational materials, a vehicle and

£740,264 Community Fund
19 Dec 2003 Intermediate Technology Development Group

Monsoon Floods In Bangladesh Have A Devastating Effect On Agricultural Communities Living In The Floodplains. Immediate Effects Of Flood Include Temporary Homelessness, Malnutrition And Illness. In The Medium Term, Crops Are Destroyed And Land Left Unprod

£737,986 Community Fund
22 Jun 1999 International Extension College

The project aims to develop the Sudan Open Learning Organisation (SOLO) to increase literacy and increase interest in reading in Sudan. Based in Khartoum the project will develop their existing print shop into a fully operational educational publisher dev

£737,796 Community Fund
29 Mar 2016 The Nelson Trust

Women with complex problems will be supported to enable them to experience less chaos, establish great stability, reduce stress and feel empowered to have greater control of their lives. Working from two centres in Gloucester and Swindon, keyworkers will support women with various issues including dealing with domestic abuse, poor mental health, money issues and addiction. Support will include one to one and out of hours help, washing and cooking facilities or simply a meal.

£736,470 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 The Nelson Trust

Women with complex problems will be supported to enable them to experience less chaos, establish great stability, reduce stress and feel empowered to have greater control of their lives. Working from two centres in Gloucester and Swindon, keyworkers will support women with various issues including dealing with domestic abuse, poor mental health, money issues and addiction. Support will include one to one and out of hours help, washing and cooking facilities or simply a meal.

£735,870 Big Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2001 English Bowls Association

World Class Programme

£735,458 Sport England
25 Aug 2004 Voluntary Service Overseas

Southern Africa Is Home To About 30% Of The World'S Total Number Of People Living With Hiv & Aids. In 2003, Approximately 3.2 Million People Were Newly Infected With Hiv In The Region And 2.3 Million People Died.This Project Will Help Thousands Of People

£732,674 Community Fund
23 Nov 2004 Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust Limited

Richmond Station Regeneration Project

£730,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2014 British Fencing Association

Performance Pathway

£727,110 UK Sport
17 Aug 2005 The Andrew Lees Trust

Southern Madagascar Is Dry And Hot. Rural People Here Depend Upon Natural Resources To Live. However, Frequent Droughts And The Loss Of Forest Have Led To Annual Food Shortages In Many Areas. For Three Months Of The Year People Have To Survive Solely On P

£725,739 Community Fund
5 Feb 2009 Amateur Swimming Association

Playground to Podium

£721,989 Sport England
20 Dec 2005 Practical Action

The indigenous families who live in high mountain peasant communities in Peru live in extreme poverty. There is practically no vegetation and their livelihoods are almost exclusively based on alpaca husbandry and the cultivation of native varieties of pot

£721,166 Community Fund
29 Mar 2016 The Nelson Trust

Women with complex problems will be supported to enable them to experience less chaos, establish great stability, reduce stress and feel empowered to have greater control of their lives. Working from two centres in Gloucester and Swindon, keyworkers will support women with various issues including dealing with domestic abuse, poor mental health, money issues and addiction. Support will include one to one and out of hours help, washing and cooking facilities or simply a meal.

£720,870 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2013 Bury St Edmunds Heritage Trust

The Bury St Edmunds Guildhall Heritage Centre

£719,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Housing For Women

The Re-Connect project is to provide a refuge for women leaving prison with issues including mental health, substance and alcohol misuse and safety from domestic abuse. The project will home women in London over a six month period, giving them accommodation and intensive practical and emotional support with the aim to improve self confidence and health, reduce re-offending and bridge the gap to independent living.

£719,284 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2009 British Water Ski

NGB Funding 2009-13

£717,659 Sport England
29 Aug 2000 Catholic Institute For International Relations

The Project Aims To Work With The Ministry Of Health And Labour To Improve Primary Health Services For People In North West Somalia. Project Activities Include Community Managed Cost Recovery Health Projects, Advocacy Work And Training. The Partner Is T

£715,608 Community Fund
31 Mar 2015 British Shooting

Performance Pathway

£712,292 UK Sport
10 May 2005 Tree Aid

Burkina Faso And Mali Are Two Of The Poorest Countries In The World. People Living In The Dry Zone That Crosses The Middle Of Both Countries Are Very Dependent Upon Farming, But Crop Yields Have Fallen Dramatically Due To Droughts, Which Has Led To Season

£711,555 Community Fund
20 Dec 2005 The Britain - Nepal Medical Trust

In the Eastern Region of Nepal only about a quarter of sick people visit health institutions during illness, women hesitate to visit health institutions because of a lack of female health workers, nine out of ten deliveries take place at home and of these

£709,625 Community Fund
13 Sep 2010 Wasps Creative Industries CIC

Towards the cost of redeveloping 'King Street South Block' in Glasgow's Merchant City into a Cultural and Creative Industries Hub.

£704,866 Creative Scotland
20 Dec 1999 South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

New MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.

£703,997 New Opportunities Fund
19 Dec 2003 The United Kingdom Committee for UNICEF

Maternal And Infant Mortality Rates In Cambodia Are Comparable With Sub-Saharan African States. Neonatal Tetanus Was Responsible For 23% Of Reported Neonatal Deaths In 2002. This Project Aims To Reduce Deaths From Neonatal Tetanus By 50% (Saving 3220 Live

£701,678 Community Fund
4 Feb 2009 New Boots and Panties Ltd

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll

£700,000 UK Film Council
29 Apr 2009 Ruby Films Ltd

Chatroom

£700,000 UK Film Council
29 Jul 2009 Warp (Submarine) Ltd

Submarine

£700,000 UK Film Council
3 Mar 2010 Independent Film Productions Ltd

We Need To Talk About Kevin

£700,000 UK Film Council
4 Jan 2012 Conviction Film Productions Ltd

Blood (aka Conviction)

£700,000 British Film Institute
7 May 2014 Trespass Against Us Limited

Trespass Against Us

£700,000 British Film Institute
30 Apr 2015 Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Support D.A.D.S.

Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Support D.A.D.S.

£700,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Support D.A.D.S.

This five-year Empower project will offer children with a learning disability and their families support, information and activities to increase their confidence and skills. There will be a range of support including a helpline, educational courses, training sessions and conferences with experts in learning disability. Activities for families will be held in community settings across the Magherafelt and Antrim areas. The group will work with a range of other groups to offer holistic support to families.

£700,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2015 Women's Aid ABCLN

Family First is a five-year project led by Women?s Aid Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey. They are working with the Northern Health and Social Care Trust to provide early help to families who have experienced domestic violence and prevent the family reaching a crisis situation. A specialist team is working with social workers in the Family Intervention Team and Family Support Hubs in the NHSCT area to develop tailored safety and support plans for families, based on individual needs.

£700,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2015 Guide Dogs

The five-year Northern Ireland wide Family Focus project is working with families with children aged up to four with a visual impairment who may also have additional health needs. The charity are working with sister organisation Blind Children UK (NI), as well as Angel Eyes NI and Sense to provide a range of intensive and tailored support and activities to increase children?s development, encourage strong family bonds, reduce isolation and help children reach their full potential.

£700,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Fluidity Films Limited

Journey's End

£700,000 British Film Institute
4 Sep 2016 The Social Investment Business Limited

The Social Investment Business Limited

£698,970 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Church of Ireland Board for Social Responsibility

The Adoption Support Programme is a five-year project offering a range of specialised therapeutic and counselling services to adopted children aged between 2 and 12 years and their adoptive families. The programme is led by Adoption Routes, which is the adoption agency service of the Church of Ireland Board of Social Responsibility NI, in partnership with Adoption UK (NI). They are also working with other adoption agencies in Northern Ireland, such as HSCTs and the Family Care Society.

£698,964 Big Lottery Fund