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Barrow Cadbury

(Registered Charity No: 1115476)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Who they support

There are four programmes: Criminal Justice, Migration, Economic Justice and Social Investment . The average annual spending of grantees has been £8,016,721 . The average age of charities supported has been 20 years, with a typical range of 5-35 years.

Grant criteria

UK only, usually national or Birmingham area, Looking for long-term solutions and structural change by addressing the root causes of inequality.

Grant details

Typically £20-100,000

Application procedure

Online enquiry form, no time limits

Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers
Sole supporter: 5% by number, 4% by value.
By ValueBy Number
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation56%53%
National Lottery46%47%
Comic Relief42%40%
Paul Hamlyn Foundation35%35%
A B Charitable Trust29%25%
Trust for London28%25%
Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust24%25%
The Tudor Trust20%22%
City Bridge Trust19%18%
Lloyds Bank Foundation17%21%
Where are the Beneficiaries?
Grants made
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In this period they've made 208 significant donations to registered charities totalling £9,612,083

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
30/11/2018 £25,000 The Royal Society for Public Health 2? To develop a blended finance fund for organisations tackling health inequalities and complex wellbeing issues in Birmingham.
30/11/2018 £192,000 Birmingham Settlement 6? For hosting the secretariat of the NGO migration networking and advocacy project.
30/11/2018 £12,100 The Civil Liberties Trust 5? To support research on the costs of indefinite immigration detention.
30/11/2018 £30,000 Gingerbread 6? To raise awareness of the impact of the poverty premium on people's lives
30/11/2018 £30,000 Sumerian Foundation 1? To develop a learning platform for venture philanthropy to enable wider access to patient capital for VCSEs in the UK
31/10/2018 £100,000 AGENDA: For women and girls 2? Funding to enable AGENDA to continue its work influencing policy and practice for women and girls at risk
11/10/2018 £5,000 Institute for Voluntary Action Research 8? A contribution towards a research study on small charities and advocacy
11/10/2018 £3,000 Institute for Voluntary Action Research 8? To support cross-funder learning through a fourth UK Evaluation Roundtable
30/09/2018 £30,200 Release Legal and Emergency Drugs Services 6? To Improve young adult interactions with Police Officers through better communications enabling encounters to be managed confidently.
30/09/2018 £25,700 Together for Mental Wellbeing 4? To disseminate good practice for young adults in custodial services.
30/09/2018 £90,000 Runnymede Trust 7? To provide evidence-based policy and advocacy work on race equality.
30/09/2018 £80,000 Child Poverty Action Group 7? To collect data on the impact of welfare reform and use this to influence policy change at an early stage.
30/09/2018 £56,500 Migrant Voice 4? To support Migrant Voice's network in Birmingham (2018-2020)
30/09/2018 £30,000 Sheila McKechnie Foundation 9? Continuing to build capacity and make the case for civil society's role in creating positive social change
30/09/2018 £75,000 We Belong To support We Belong's campaigning work and youth development
30/09/2018 £50,000 UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group 6? To support UKLGIG's policy and campaigning work
30/09/2018 £108,500 Revolving Doors Agency 6? Developing and sharing trauma informed policing practice for young adults.
30/09/2018 £60,000 British Institute of International and Comparative Law 3? To support an independent commission on UK counter-terrorism legislation, policy and practice
30/09/2018 £31,250 Just for Kids Law 15? To seek changes to how the courts deal with people who commit offences as children but are charged or sentenced after the age of 18.
30/09/2018 £45,000 PACT (Prison Advice and Care Trust) 10? Evaluation of a project to support the embedding of trauma-informed practices into the regime at HMYOI Brinsford.
30/09/2018 £18,500 Women in Prison Ltd 7? To raise awareness in Parliament of the 40 specialist Women's Centres who support women affected by the criminal justice system.
31/08/2018 £23,500 Finance Innovation Lab 4? Convening to promote ideas and partnership for data-driven financial innovation to address social and environmental problems.
31/08/2018 £59,120 Voscur 2? To address the gap in the enterprise development support for VCSEs moving from grant funding to a blended finance model, in partnership with Bristol and Bath Regional Capital (BBRC).
31/08/2018 £15,000 West Midlands Funders Network 1? To support the continued development of WMFN
31/08/2018 £30,000 Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations 7? Consolidation of ACEVO's strategy refresh
31/08/2018 £12,500 National Council for Voluntary Organisations 8? Dissemination of the Code and raising awareness of governance issues among charities
03/08/2018 £3,000 Global Dialogue 8? To support scoping work and a learning exchange drawing lessons from a range of strategic communications initiatives in the UK.
03/08/2018 £8,500 Global Dialogue 8? To support media training for senior leaders in the migration sector
06/07/2018 £5,500 The Equality Trust 4? To provide additional staff time to the secretariat of the Inquiry
30/06/2018 £60,000 Philanthropy Impact 1? To roll out training and support for financial advisors and increase giving by high net worth individuals
30/06/2018 £50,000 The National Autistic Society 8? To better understand the experience of young adults with autism in the Criminal Justice System (CJS).
30/06/2018 £40,000 Roma Support Group 7? To support policy and campaigning work.
30/06/2018 £103,000 Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) 4? To accelerate the adoption of Local Wealth Building practice in the UK so that it becomes a guiding principle of local economic development.
30/06/2018 £28,600 Spice Innovations Limited 6? Building a policy approach and influencing for Time Credits.
31/05/2018 £10,000 Community Links 7? To work with the local community to find solutions to gun and knife crime
30/04/2018 £60,000 Community Action Suffolk 4? To increase the number of organisations in Suffolk receiving social investment.
30/04/2018 £60,000 Disability Rights UK 5? To research and explore practical means through which user-led organisations (ULOs) can better engage with social investment, and to develop Disability Rights UK as a social investment broker
30/04/2018 £31,650 Hastings Voluntary Action 4? To develop a Social Enterprise Support Service (SESS) to strengthen relationships between social enterprises and social investment intermediaries.
30/04/2018 £21,000 Peterborough Council for Voluntary Service 2? To support the growth of social investment in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire
30/04/2018 £10,000 Citizens UK 13? To support the Kindertransport Legacy campaign
30/04/2018 £21,000 Medway Voluntary Action 2? Medway Voluntary Action (MVA) will create a social enterprise champions programme by recruiting local sector leaders who will be trained to act as advocates and mentors for social investment.
30/04/2018 £38,600 Plymouth VCSE 2? A joint initiative across three infrastructure organisations to create a viable and vibrant market for social finance in Exeter and Devon.
30/04/2018 £50,000 Consortium of LGBT Voluntary and Community Organisations 3? To train LGBT Consortium staff to build knowledge in social investment finance and support VCSE members to achieve social investment.
30/04/2018 £30,000 Focus On Labour Exploitation CIC 4? To support FLEX's communications work.
30/04/2018 £51,500 Sefton Council for Voluntary Service 3? Explore and test local social investment models that increase community resilience through prevention and early intervention.
30/04/2018 £43,200 Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council 4? Capacity building to provide technical skills and support to VCSE organisations in Wolverhampton to be investment ready to deliver public sector and other contracts.
30/04/2018 £50,000 Birmingham Voluntary Service Council (BVSC) 2? To build BVSC staff expertise on social investment to pilot VCSE enterprise development support.
30/04/2018 £24,300 Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation An action learning study that will explore the social investment support requirements of BME VCSE groups.
30/04/2018 £43,200 Groundwork South Yorkshire 2? Boost demand for social investment among smaller voluntary, community and social enterprises (VCSEs) and increase the supply of suitable social investment products.
30/04/2018 £61,000 Locality 9? To connect the community sector with knowledge, skills and confidence to seek social investment.
30/04/2018 £40,000 Exeter CVS 6? A joint initiative across three infrastructure organisations to create a viable and vibrant market for social finance in Exeter and Devon.
30/04/2018 £20,000 MyLifeMySay 4? To support the Young European Citizens project
30/04/2018 £40,000 Torbay Community Development Trust 4? A joint initiative across three infrastructure organisations to create a viable and vibrant market for social finance in Exeter and Devon.
31/03/2018 £14,000 Global Dialogue 8? To cover six months' rent and set-up costs for iMiX at their new office.
31/03/2018 £58,000 Church Action on Poverty 6? To replicate and grow the Local Pantry model within Birmingham and the surrounding areas to support locally managed food sharing schemes that reduce poverty.
27/03/2018 £5,000 The Hampton Trust 5? To support the development of a policy and communications strategy for the Gateway initiative
28/02/2018 £26,040 Transform Justice 2? To examine the declining confidence of defendants in defence advocates
28/02/2018 £30,000 Global Dialogue 8? To support a network of foundations working to improve the migration and integration debate.
28/02/2018 £105,600 ShareAction 9? To expand the Living Wage campaign to explore and campaign on poor work practices within large companies.
28/02/2018 £10,000 Citizens UK 13? Fund research on how paying the Living Wage benefits local economies
31/01/2018 £34,700 Lincolnshire Community Foundation 2? Grow the social investment (SI) market for women-led community enterprises in Lincolnshire
31/01/2018 £44,240 Voice4Change England 4? Improve engagement with BME VCSEs to improve take up social investment (SI)
31/01/2018 £59,900 Black South West Network 3? Provide BAME VCSEs across the South West with information and support on social investment; identify investment ready organisations and link to funders
31/01/2018 £54,000 Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services 1? Adapt Community of Practice (CoP) learning partnerships of local voluntary, charity and social enterprise organisations (VCSEs) to explore issues related to social investment (SI)
31/01/2018 £50,000 UK Community Foundations 8? A pilot to test bringing local philanthropy to the social investment (SI) market for underserved charities and social enterprises (VCSEs)
31/01/2018 £40,000 Voluntary Organisations' Network North East 5? To engage VCSEs and stakeholders in the North East to develop a strategy for social investment
31/12/2017 £61,000 New Economics Foundation 11? To secure a cap on the costs of consumer debt, building on the introduction of a cap on payday loans
31/12/2017 £45,500 Muslim Women's Network UK Limited 8? To support an analysis of cases related to criminal justice that have been supported by the MWNUK's helpline since 2015, and an influencing and advocacy programme based on the results.
31/12/2017 £10,200 Women in Prison Ltd 7? To support WIP's CEO to undertake engagement and policy work around the government's new Female Offenders Strategy
30/11/2017 £11,750 Voice4Change England 4? Follow-on grant for continuation of scoping work for a strategic communications approach to race equality
30/11/2017 £29,525 The Dartington Hall Trust 4? To increase diversity in impact investing
31/10/2017 £18,000 Economy 3? To establish a group of alumni from the "Rethinking Economics" student networks to improve economic understanding and decision-making amongst policy makers
31/10/2017 £20,000 Migrants Organise 11? Prepare for and run two sets of Awards,and put the event on a more sustainable footing.
30/09/2017 £45,000 British Refugee Council 8? To support Detention Forum's coordination and campaigning work to reform detention
30/09/2017 £60,000 HOPE not Hate 3? To enable HOPE not Hate to further develop its community work in Birmingham and the Black Country.
30/09/2017 £65,000 The Fairbanking Foundation 2? To help low-income households through supporting credit unions to improve their savings and loans products
30/09/2017 £50,000 Asylum Support & Immigration Resource Team (ASIRT) 2? To deliver casework in complex cases and policy impact work.
30/09/2017 £100,000 Black Training and Enterprise Group 8? To support a programme of work that aims to end racial inequality for children and young adults involved in the criminal justice system
30/09/2017 £200,000 British Future 5? Core support for British Future's programme of activities
30/09/2017 £60,000 Detention Action 9? To achieve radical change for irregular migrants and asylum-seekers at risk of indefinite immigration detention
30/09/2017 £21,500 Koestler Trust 10? To support the costs of a Women Prisoners' Art Trail in 2018 to mark 100 years of women's suffrage, through which art by women in prison will be placed in corridors of power such as parliament.
30/09/2017 £31,000 Howard League for Penal Reform 6? To develop a set of sentencing principles for young adults aged 18-25 and seek its implementation
30/09/2017 £70,000 Institute for Public Policy Research 8? To provide a policy framework for a progressive post-Brexit Britain
30/09/2017 £48,000 Women for Refugee Women 6? To enable Women for Refugee Women to sustain and further develop its empowering and influencing role.
30/09/2017 £90,000 User Voice 5? To support UV's national policy, communications and advocacy work
31/08/2017 £30,000 Birmingham Voluntary Service Council (BVSC) 2? To enable BVSC to review and refresh its operating model
31/07/2017 £20,000 Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations 7? To enable ACEVO to undertake a review of its business model and services
31/07/2017 £18,000 Charityworks 3? To develop a communications campaign with associated web and materials to support recruitment of trainees to the Access Programme
31/07/2017 £30,000 University of Dundee 2? To support the research and dissemination of a project exploring the experiences of LGBT+ young adults in prisons across the UK
30/06/2017 £50,000 Equality and Diversity Forum 6? To enable EDF to continue and develop its work
30/06/2017 £150,000 Refugee Action 10? To create a national movement of people, partners and parliamentarians across the political spectrum supporting RA's call for a fair and effective asylum system.
30/06/2017 £47,000 St Giles Trust 16? To support the delivery of a pilot project to support young men in HMP/YOI Brinsford who may be at risk of gang involvement and radicalisation.
30/06/2017 £90,000 Why me? UK 2? To support a national campaign to promote the use of restorative justice.
30/06/2017 £75,000 Global Dialogue 8? Core support for the Thomas Paine Initiative
30/06/2017 £65,000 Inquest Charitable Trust 10? To support INQUEST's Director to undertake high-level policy activities
30/06/2017 £20,000 Sheila McKechnie Foundation 9? A collaborative project to better understand and boost effectiveness of campaigning for social justice
30/06/2017 £60,000 Birmingham Churches Together 4? To improve the well-being of asylum seekers and refugees in Birmingham through better coordination, networks, advocacy and communications .
30/06/2017 £20,000 Clinks 7? To support Clinks' development of the Women's Breakout programme, following the merger of the two charities
30/06/2017 £60,000 Hope Projects (West Midlands) Ltd 4? A grant to support and embed the organisation's refocusing of its work to support pathways out of destitution and become an exemplar project in the field
30/06/2017 £32,150 Fawcett Society 5? Through policy and gendered analysis of economic data and grassroots collaboration to enable disadvantaged women and girls to influence the public services in 2 devolved regions
30/06/2017 £35,000 Jo Cox Foundation 4? A contribution towards start-up costs of More In Common
30/06/2017 £65,500 Prisoners' Education Trust 8? To support Prisoners' Education Trust's policy capacity, particularly in relation to young adult prison learners, and to undertake a diversity audit.
30/06/2017 £26,988 Money and Mental Health Policy Institute 2? To influence proposed new mental health legislation and ensure the protections people need are in place to reduce financial detriment associated with mental health crises.
30/06/2017 £90,000 Redthread Youth Ltd. 11? To support the start up costs and delivery of a Youth Violence Intervention Programme in Birmingham hospitals
31/05/2017 £29,850 Centre for Crime and Justice Studies 2? To support the costs of a research project investigating the use of enforcement measures on young adults
31/05/2017 £13,000 Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) 4? Accelerating practice around economic and social justice via an international learning exchange
31/05/2017 £12,500 Cumberland Lodge Contribution towards development and delivery of a two-day round table for key stakeholders in the educational sector who are in a position to influence educational practices that reduce hate crime
31/05/2017 £15,000 Comic Relief 8? A contribution to the running costs of the Early Action Funders Alliance
30/04/2017 £11,000 Transform Justice 2? An analysis of the implications of court digitisation on vulnerable defendants
30/04/2017 £23,000 The Police Foundation 2? To support a feasibility project examining how a police force might deliver best practice in policing young adults
31/03/2017 £65,000 Parliamentary Human Rights Trust 1? To fund the post of Legal Advisor/Group Coordinator for a further two years
31/03/2017 £42,000 Finance Innovation Lab 4? To support the Lab's 2017 Fellowship programme including linking Toynbee Hall's Money Mentors with Financial Health Fellows.
31/03/2017 £30,000 Philanthropy Impact 1? Core support to enable Philanthropy Impact to develop its sustainability strategy.
28/02/2017 £150,000 Clinks 7? To support Clinks' senior level policy and political engagement work
28/02/2017 £70,000 Kalayaan 6? For Kalayaan to continue to provide advice and support services to Migrant Domestic Workers and use this experience and Kalayaan’s campaigning expertise to increase their legal protection.
28/02/2017 £63,500 SCOPE 6? To develop better products - and access to them - for consumers with disabilities and/or long term illnesses focusing on energy and insurance
28/02/2017 £22,500 Pro Bono Economics 4? To provide essential infrastructure to enable PBE to make a step change in its impact.
28/02/2017 £30,000 Runnymede Trust 7? To part-fund a full time policy officer to work both to Runnymede and Race on the Agenda (ROTA)
28/02/2017 £75,000 Full Fact 4? Core funding to enable Full Fact to develop its capacity, reach and services
28/02/2017 £40,000 Feeding Britain 5? To create additional capacity to enable Feeding Britain (FB) to work more strategically and to strengthen its national policy work.
28/02/2017 £40,000 Arooj Northwest 1? To research the impact of imprisonment on families of Muslim prisoners
28/02/2017 £69,500 Prison Reform Trust 6? To support PRT to provide the secretariat for the APPG on Penal Affairs, and public affairs support to T2A
28/02/2017 £77,200 The Centre for Justice Innovation UK 2? To support the implementation phase of the young adult court pilot sites
31/01/2017 £20,100 New Economics Foundation 11? To explore the feasibility of undertaking a campaign on unjust debt.
31/12/2016 £35,000 Piers Road New Communities Centre Association 3? To enable the Piers Road New Communities Association to provide support, training and facilities to small community groups working with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Birmingham.
31/12/2016 £100,000 Refugee and Migrant Centre 10? To support the Refugee and Migrant Centre in Birmingham.
31/12/2016 £105,000 Anawim 6? To support Anawim's Director to engage in a senior leadership role within the women's and wider criminal justice sector, and core support to strengthen the organisation’s strategic engagement.
31/12/2016 £80,000 British Red Cross 9? To support collaborative work on family reunion for refugee and migrants in the UK.
31/12/2016 £31,320 The Griffins Society 2? To support an annual T2A-focused fellowship to enable practitioner-led research on the specific needs of young women aged 18-25.
31/12/2016 £36,000 Transforming Communities Together 2? To enable the creation of a Poverty Truth Commission in Wolverhampton.
31/12/2016 £91,500 Women in Prison Ltd 7? To support women in prison from Birmingham to increase their voice and participation in policy-making at a national level
31/12/2016 £29,000 Centre for Sustainable Energy 6? To explore how low income communities can be better engaged with community renewable energy projects to improve their economic resilience.
31/12/2016 £40,000 Institute For Public Policy Research 8? To advance a compelling vision for a strategic immigration policy in the post-Brexit era.
31/12/2016 £50,000 Refugee Action 10? To support the Asylum Justice project
31/12/2016 £53,300 Maslaha 4? To support a scoping study investigating the extent of Muslims prisoners' access to mainstream prison services provided by the voluntary sector.
22/10/2016 £60,000 UNLOCK (National Association of Ex-Offenders) 5? To analyse and identify solutions to structural barriers to employment for young adults, women and BAME people with criminal records.
22/10/2016 £55,000 Migrant Voice 4? To support Migrant Voice's network in Birmingham
22/10/2016 £70,000 Child Poverty Action Group 7? To collect data on the impact of welfare reform and use this to influence policy change at an early stage.
22/10/2016 £90,000 Central England Law Centre 4? To explore and promote early intervention and prevention in advice services.
22/10/2016 £40,000 UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group 6? To enable UKLGIG's policy and campaigning work.
13/10/2016 £10,000 The School for Social Entrepreneurs - West Midlands 4? Support for training of social entrepreneurs
06/10/2016 £30,000 Association of Charitable Foundations 5? To part-fund ACF's core External Affairs and Policy functions
02/09/2016 £25,100 Finance Innovation Lab 4? To explore, during three roundtables, how mainstream financial services have become disconnected from their social purpose and if operational culture and regulation can work together to change this.
01/09/2016 £20,000 Philanthropy Impact 1? Development of tools and training to facilitate charitable giving by high net worth individuals
25/08/2016 £15,000 New Philanthropy Capital 9? A programme of research to identify and develop responses to the changing context for the charity sector
16/08/2016 £20,000 Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants 5? To provide additional capacity to JCWI to engage in strategic communications support
12/08/2016 £15,000 British Future 5? To organise communications workshops and support for small community groups in three English regions.
12/08/2016 £30,000 Global Dialogue 8? To support an informal network of foundations working to improve the migration and integration debate.
08/08/2016 £29,750 Muslim Hands UK 1? To produce and promote primary research on the distinct cultural, ethnic and religious needs of Muslim women in prison.
03/08/2016 £26,000 National AIDS Trust 3? To build evidence and voice around access to financial services for those living with HIV and seek policy change to improve services.
09/07/2016 £65,000 Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) 4? To look at how 'anchor' institutions can use their spending power to increase economic opportunities for all of Birmingham’s communities, businesses and citizens.
09/07/2016 £40,000 Roma Support Group 7? To promote the fair treatment of Roma migrants in the UK
09/07/2016 £90,000 The Care Leavers' Association 3? To support a dedicated programme of activities that will enable young adult care leavers with experience of crime to engage with and influence policy-makers and contribute to structural reform
09/07/2016 £40,000 Global Dialogue 8? To fund scoping studies and analysis to support Migration Exchange's work
09/07/2016 £66,500 Revolving Doors Agency 6? To engage with the second generation of Police and Crime Commissioners and support them to develop effective policing responses to young adults and people with complex needs
09/07/2016 £48,500 Gingerbread 6? To understand how changes to the child maintenance system are affecting single parents with a particular focus on family finances.
23/06/2016 £22,000 Focus On Labour Exploitation CIC 4? To influence policy and practice in relation to trafficking for labour exploitation in the UK
22/06/2016 £15,000 New Philanthropy Capital 9? A contribution to continuation of the Inspiring Impact initiative, to broaden and deepen its reach.
10/05/2016 £17,000 SCOPE 6? To deliver roundtables with participants from the energy and insurance industries, to explore solutions to extra costs for disabled people.
23/04/2016 £55,000 Global Dialogue 8? Variation of a grant to increase communications capacity in the migration and integration sector by providing the second tranche of funding suggested when the grant was initially approved.
23/04/2016 £50,000 RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) 6? A Commission which will promote public learning and engagement with economic policy and create alternatives ways to influence policy.
04/04/2016 £30,000 Runnymede Trust 7? To part-fund a full time policy officer to work both to Runnymede and Race on the Agenda (ROTA)
24/03/2016 £40,000 Full Fact 4? To run a factchecking service in the period running up to the EU referendum, to try to ensure accurate use of data by politicians and the media
24/03/2016 £57,000 brap 6? To fund a series of voluntary sector "conversations" and subsequent influencing work on current issues of importance to social cohesion and inclusion in Birmingham
24/03/2016 £35,000 Piers Road New Communities Centre Association 3? To enable the Piers Road New Communities Association to provide support, training and facilities to small community groups working with refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Birmingham.
24/03/2016 £42,200 Thrive Together Birmingham 1? To deliver a Birmingham Poverty and Truth Commission. This will share stories of lived experiences of poverty and seek solutions to them from a range of stakeholders in Birmingham.
24/03/2016 £38,000 AVA (Against Violence and Abuse) 5? To develop a minimum threshold of what constitutes a gender-sensitive service for women, and map provision of services that meet it, as a basis for campaigning for gender-responsive services.
08/02/2016 £30,000 British Refugee Council 8? To enable the Forum to build on its success in advocating for reform of immigration detention policy
23/01/2016 £60,000 Birmingham Settlement 6? To support a consortium of advice providers to deliver advice and build peer networks to provide information on financial matters.
23/01/2016 £44,000 Restorative Justice Council 2? To examine and improve the use of restorative justice for BAME young people who have committed crime
23/01/2016 £90,000 Criminal Justice Alliance 3? To support the work of the Criminal Justice Alliance and for CJA's involvement in T2A policy development
23/01/2016 £70,000 Refugee and Migrant Centre 10? To support the Refugee and Migrant Centre to extend its provision to Birmingham
23/01/2016 £44,600 Fawcett Society 5? To establish a Commission to gather evidence and create debate on the representation of women at a local government level.
23/01/2016 £60,000 The Fairbanking Foundation 2? To enable credit unions to apply for accreditation for a Fairbanking Mark.
23/01/2016 £60,000 Citizens UK 13? Commission into Islam, Participation and Public Life
23/01/2016 £50,000 The Baring Foundation 4? A contribution to the costs of running the Enquiry
23/01/2016 £80,000 The Centre for Justice Innovation UK 2? To initiate and oversee the development of a network of young adult court pilots
23/01/2016 £46,000 The Disabilities Trust 3? To support the salary cost and evaluation of a brain injury rehabilitation linkworker in a women's prison
21/01/2016 £25,000 Birmingham Churches Together 4? A supplementary grant to enable Restore to manage the increase in demand for its expertise in response to the refugee crisis
07/01/2016 £25,000 HOPE not Hate 3? To fund research, polling and the publication of a second edition of the Fear and Hope report
05/01/2016 £29,500 Howard League for Penal Reform 6? To analyse sentencing remarks by judges for reference to 'concept of maturity' when sentencing young adults
16/12/2015 £15,250 Black Training & Enterprise Group 8? To support the six T2A Pathway projects to increase their confidence and expertise in addressing race equality challenges in their organisation's work and local area.
09/12/2015 £100,000 UK Community Foundations 8? To provide funding to frontline groups working to provide support and local welcome to asylum seekers and refugees in response to the current refugee crisis.
24/10/2015 £45,000 Young Women's Trust 6? To build learning around economic inactivity among young women and use this learning to influence policy change.
24/10/2015 £60,000 HOPE not Hate 3? To support community organising and voter registration in the West Midlands
24/10/2015 £70,000 ShareAction 9? To advance and expand the Shareholder Activism for Living Wages campaign.
24/10/2015 £60,000 Citizens UK (Birmingham) 13? To support the activities and expansion of Citizens UK: Birmingham
24/10/2015 £55,000 Global Dialogue 8? To increase communications capacity in the migration, legal services and youth sectors in relation to migration and integration
24/10/2015 £52,500 The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility 2? To build a network of Ethical Money Churches across the West Midlands region
01/09/2015 £12,600 Citizens UK (Birmingham) 13? To enable Citizens UK: Birmingham to engage a living wage intern for 6 months to push the living wage campaign within Birmingham
01/09/2015 £30,000 Refugee Action 10? To help asylum seekers in Birmingham to find sustainable routes out of destitution.
19/08/2015 £10,000 Institute for Voluntary Action Research 8? To part-fund a research project into the experiences of small and medium sized charities in relation to social investment
13/08/2015 £14,900 Birmingham LGBT 5? The LGBT Leadership Academy
13/08/2015 £10,000 Foundation for Women's Health Research and Development (FORWARD) 4? To support women and girls affected by FGM to access empowerment training and become health advocates in their own communities.
13/08/2015 £16,200 Social Market Foundation 2? To stimulate thinking and debate around devolution and the ability of the Government's Cities and Local Government Bill to reduce poverty.
03/08/2015 £29,000 The Young Foundation 6? To continue the Gender Futures programme, a strategic initiative aimed at stimulating innovation in the gender sector.
11/07/2015 £50,000 Asylum Aid 7? To change Government policies to be more sensitive to the needs of vulnerable asylum seekers.
11/07/2015 £40,000 Birmingham Churches Together 4? To enable Restore's engagement in networking and advocacy in the West Midlands
11/07/2015 £70,000 Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau Service Ltd (Birmingham CAB) 2? To embed and expand the Gateway to Birmingham Advice Services (GBAS) model
11/07/2015 £60,000 Migrants' Rights Network 4? To support MRN's core work to advocate for the fair treatment of migrants in the UK
11/07/2015 £50,000 Equality and Diversity Forum 6? To part-fund the post of CEO
11/07/2015 £57,500 Albatross Arts Project (trading as Geese Theatre Company) 5? To address the multiple and complex needs of women who have committed crime, and support them to desist from offending and through positive changes in their lives
11/07/2015 £50,000 Global Dialogue 8? To support the Thomas Paine Initiative to promote the values underlying the European Convention on Human Rights in the United Kingdom and to increase UK public support for human rights.
11/07/2015 £68,000 British Refugee Council 8? To strengthen the impact of the leading UK migration and refugee protection NGOs in their collective and individual communications work
11/07/2015 £38,000 Global Dialogue 8? To host the Changing Minds collaborative
11/07/2015 £40,000 Koestler Trust 10? To support prison-based art scholarships for women and young adults, and to contribute towards the 2017 West Midlands exhibition
26/06/2015 £90,000 The Young Foundation 6? To cover the running costs of the AGENDA Alliance, which the Young Foundation is hosting.
25/04/2015 £72,200 Prison Reform Trust 6? To support the delivery of T2A's public affairs and parliamentary strategy, and to provide the secretariat to the all-party Parliamentary Group on Penal Affairs
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