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Tender Education And Arts

What it does
  • Tender is an arts charity that works with young people to promote healthy relationships and end violence and abuse in teenagers’ lives. We use drama, film, music and photography to engage groups of young people in schools, youth centres and in their communities.
Who works here
  • 9 employees and 50 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • Education/training
  • Arts/culture/heritage/science
Where it operates
  • Throughout London
UN SDGs:
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Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2018 £792,208 £708,831 £83,377 £487,773 8 9 50 02/10/2018
31/03/2017 £645,252 £568,567 £76,685 £404,396 8 9 20 21/09/2017
31/03/2016 £627,320 £624,845 £2,475 £327,711 6 8 21 14/11/2016
31/03/2015 £782,168 £779,870 £2,298 £325,236 4 9 18 31/10/2016
31/03/2014 £960,549 £911,919 £48,630 £322,938 4 10 8 04/08/2014
31/03/2013 £870,510 £831,883 £38,627 £274,308 3 8 15 09/09/2013
31/03/2012 £539,247 £479,496 £59,751 £235,681 5 7 0 14/08/2012
31/03/2011 £452,919 £432,900 £20,019 09/08/2011
31/03/2010 £333,370 £271,168 £62,202 06/09/2010
31/03/2009 £252,021 £238,224 £13,797 17/12/2009
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 9 grant making charities totalling £1,681,342

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£14,782
10/04/2019
Lloyds Bank Foundation Tender is requesting a grant to deliver a training programme of trauma informed practice for its staff and volunteers and to imbed trauma informed practice in its service delivery in particular in youth venues where it is piloting a whole setting approach
£50,000
28/02/2019
Greater London Authority Tender Healthy Relationships Working with 3 established youth settings young people will be recruited by Tender to take part in a 10 week programme in their youth setting which provides interactive arts based activities to help participants to understand, identify and avoid domestic and sexual abuse. They will then use the skills and knowledge gained to design a social action project to prevent unhealthy relationships and promote help seeking.
£50,000
28/02/2019
Greater London Authority Tender Healthy Relationships Working with 3 established youth settings young people will be recruited by Tender to take part in a 10 week programme in their youth setting which provides interactive arts based activities to help participants to understand, identify and avoid domestic and sexual abuse. They will then use the skills and knowledge gained to design a social action project to prevent unhealthy relationships and promote help seeking.
£10,000
30/06/2018
Garfield Weston Foundation Tender National Partnership
£60,000
30/06/2018
Paul Hamlyn Foundation Tender is a charity that uses the theatre to engage young people in the prevention of domestic and sexual abuse. This grant will support the salary of the Finance and Programme Managers, enabling the organisation to develop new targeted approaches, expand a National Partnership Programme and enhance policy and influence work.
£150,000
31/01/2018
Esmee Fairbairn Towards the Chief Executive Salary and core costs to support further adolescent abuse preventative work with young people and to influence wider policy.
£80,000
07/06/2017
Trust for London The funding is to support the training and campaigning activities of our Youth Board to support them in preventing domestic abuse and challenging gender inequality in their communities and with national decision makers,
£1,060,000
31/01/2017
London Councils Through specialist arts and drama workshops, this project builds on robust foundations established by the consortium's work funded by London Councils since 2013. Building on the momentum created to date, the project will establish Centres of Excellence in each borough, adding an enhanced stage to the existing project through a champion school programme. This enables us to reach more vulnerable young people and carry out more activities ultimately leading to whole school change. We will work with schools to identify targeted groups of young people at high-risk of experiencing abuse due to multiple disadvantage. The consortium will provide early intervention group work with these groups to decrease their vulnerability. Each school will receive support in developing effective policies to prevent domestic abuse and sexual bullying and respond to disclosures from students. Outcomes: Young people warn each other of abusive relationships, more young people challenge abusive behaviour safely and have the opportunity to comment on national policy and programmes of work.
£46,000
31/08/2016
Tudor Trust over two years as continuation funding for the Programme Manager's salary at organisation using peer education and drama to promote health relationships amongst young people
£100,560
30/06/2016
City Bridge Trust £100,560 over three years (£17,880; £40,020; £42,660) to support young people in care and care leavers in avoiding or escaping abusive relationships as follows: (a) year 1: a contribution to the programme; (b) years 2 and 3: towards 0.7FTE salary costs of a Youth Engagement Manager, running costs and overheads
£60,000
30/06/2014
Esmee Fairbairn To develop a Youth Hubs and Youth Facilitators programme, using arts-based projects and campaign strategies to engage other young people in tackling teenage relationship abuse.
Governance
Trustees (9)
  • Susan Higgins
  • Rory Conwell
  • Roisin Murphy
  • Jessica Ann Moore
  • Amy Malik
  • Kate Toumazi
  • Elizabeth Rymer
  • Hamera Asfa Davey
  • Simon Walker
Main office

Tender Education & Arts
The Resource Centre
356 Holloway Road
London
N7 6PA

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 1100214
  • First registered on 21/10/2003
Objectives

(A) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE VIOLENCE AND ABUSE PERPETRATED AGAINST WOMEN AND YOUNG PEOPLE (THE "ISSUES"), IN PARTICULAR, BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY: (I) ARRANGING PERFORMANCES AND OTHER ARTS ACTIVITIES THAT RELATE TO THE ISSUES; (II) ASSISTING, ENCOURAGING AND PROVIDING INFORMATION TO INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS ABOUT PUTTING ON PERFORMANCES AND OTHER ARTS ACTIVITIES RELATING TO THE ISSUES; (III) PUBLICISING AND ENCOURAGING DEBATE OF THE ISSUES; (IV) UNDERTAKING AND ENCOURAGING OTHER TO UNDERTAKE RESEARCH ON THE ISSUES AND DISSEMINATING OR ENCOURAGING OTHERS TO DISSEMINATE THAT RESEARCH. (B) TO RELIEVE THE NEEDS OF WOMEN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO VIOLENCE AND ABUSE, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY: (I) PROVIDING ADVICE, INFORMATION AND TRAINING TO GROUPS, INDIVIDUALS AND PROFESSIONALS WHO WORK WITH VICTIMS AND AGGRESSORS OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE; (II) WORKING WITH VICTIMS AND AGGRESSORS OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE; (III) INCREASING PUBLIC AWARENESS OF THE CAUSES AND IMPACT OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE PERPETRATED AGAINST WOMEN AND YOUNG PEOPLE.