Grant maker

The Fore

(Registered Charity No: 1123081)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Grants made

Over the last five years they've made 24 significant donations totalling £574,231

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When Amount Grantee To be used for
30/06/2016 £19,745 Mentoring Plus Grant funded the development and launch of a new in-school mentoring programme called My Mentor enabling Mentoring Plus to scale its provision beyond the boundaries of its local authority area, for the first time in its 18-year history.
30/06/2016 £30,000 Football Beyond Borders Grant funded the salary of the Head of Communications and Community to deliver its Youth Voices strategy; a structured programme training participants to be at the forefront of the planning, creating, editing and sharing the organisations digital output, to double people’s engagement with the organisation.
30/06/2016 £18,000 The Gifted Grant funded the strategic development of the organisation to strengthen its longer-term sustainability.
30/06/2016 £30,000 Datakind UK Grant funded a Community Manager post for two years, with the aim of this post becoming self-funded.
31/08/2015 £26,000 Circle Collective Grant funded the salary of a Training Coordinator for a year to enable the organisation to expand and to diversify its income generation.
31/08/2015 £27,000 Recycling Unlimited Grant funded the salary of a part-time City Farm Trainer to work evenings and weekends, boosting the overall social impact of the project and its potential to achieve its targets to be self-financing by year five.
31/08/2015 £20,000 Shivia Grant funded the expansion of its Poultry Development Service beyond West Bengal. Expanding the model increased Shivia’s potential to generate more trading income, which is key for its longer-term sustainability.
31/08/2015 £27,510 Art Against Knives Grant funded the strategic development of the organisation to strengthen its longer term sustainability.
31/08/2015 £20,000 Creative Futures Grant funded the training and capacity building within the organisation to establish systems that can measure, quantify and communicate Creative Futures' social impact in preparation for making bids for large-scale local authority tender contracts.
31/08/2015 £30,000 West London Zone Grant funded its shared data management system, which is at the core of the operational and financial models.
31/03/2015 £15,000 London Reclaimed Grant funded London Reclaimed’s costs in moving and fitting out their new and larger premises, allowing them to double the number of ‘Junior Makers’ they take on per year, and so meet current demand for their products.
31/03/2015 £29,752 New English Ballet Theatre Grant allowed for the creation of a family friendly ‘Festival Programming’, which saw performances at various locations around London. This project enabled the New English Ballet Theatre to take the next step towards fulfilling their goal of extending their reach to new audiences, allowing further employment opportunities to their dancers.
30/09/2014 £24,600 Generation Rwanda Grant funded the strengthening of the organisation’s capacity to implement a comprehensive sustainability strategy.
30/09/2014 £26,000 The Panathalon Foundation Grant funded the development of the Primary Panathalon and the Impairment-Swimming Programme by funding the full-time role of the Events Co-ordinator. The response to the initial piloting of these programmes in 2013 in a small number of primary schools showed excellent results and proved to the Foundation that the earlier sport can be introduced into the curriculum for children with disabilities, the greater the positive impact it can have on their personal and social development.
30/09/2014 £30,000 Hackney Pirates Grant funded the strengthening of organisations administration for a year in order to support the core team focus on delivery and development of Hackney Pirates' growing programmes.
30/09/2014 £25,500 Plant Your Future Grant funded the design and implementation of a chilli pepper business with Peruvian Amazon rural smallholders.
30/09/2014 £24,124 Business Bridge Grant funded the role of the Business Development Manager for a year at a critical juncture in its development. The Trustees at Business Bridge took the decision to close it in 2015.
30/09/2014 £30,000 The Bridge Community Education Centre Grant funded an informal one-to-one adult literacy package, strengthening its core offer enabling the organisation to grow an income generating model of delivery.
30/09/2014 £30,000 Yes Futures Grant funded the salary of the Programmes Officer over a 12 month period to push the organisation beyond the pilot phase.
31/05/2014 £20,000 Doorstep Library Network Collaboration with the CriSeren Foundation to fund the development of a business plan and funding strategy to develop a ‘six-library hub model’ that can be replicated to extend its reach beyond the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham.
31/05/2014 £20,000 Findacure Grant funded the organisation to move forward in line with its strategy and to leverage new funding streams that were in process.
31/01/2014 £18,000 Disaster Action Grant funded enabled them to focus on their core functions, including increasing the number of people actively involved in the organisation and developing their website.
31/01/2014 £18,000 Apollo Music Projects Grant funded the expansion of the programme by piloting project hubs in four new boroughs: Camden, Islington, Haringey and Waltham Forest.
31/01/2014 £15,000 The Haller Foundation Grant funded the design and development of the Haller App which looks to increase the number who can benefit from Haller expertise by providing rural farmers with training manuals, timely seasonal information, tips and anecdotal stories. Within the first few months of launching, the app was downloaded more than 3,000 times in over 45 different countries.
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