Grant maker

ZING

http://www.zing.org.uk

(Registered Charity No: 1133342)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Grants made
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Over the last five years they've made 22 significant donations totalling £975,014

When Amount Grantee To be used for
22/05/2019 £25,000 Catch 22 To support the core costs of recruitment, development and technology for the opening of Lighthouse's first children's home.
01/04/2019 £105,000 We See Hope Funding to continue scaling the Village Investor Programme (VIP) which enables communities to economically support vulnerable children for the long term.
19/03/2019 £35,000 The Key Joint funding toward tech infrastructure review, scoping and development; implementing more efficient/ fit for purpose systems, and to support reaching scale across the UK.
18/03/2019 £30,000 Bite The Ballot Core funding for a role that will co-ordinate between Verto and the All Party Parliamentary Group on Democratic Participation.
01/02/2019 £25,000 Get Further Matched funding to cover the hiring of a Head of Programmes, supporting programme growth and increasing capacity to tailor the curriculum for students.
31/01/2019 £20,000 The Roots Programme Funding to run the first cohort of The Root's education programme, pairing students from state schools (intelligent and engaged young people from working class communities) and private schools (students from wealthy backgrounds, expected to be future national influencers) to build bridges across socio-economic divides.
01/06/2018 £20,000 ResPublica Funding development of an inclusive, global participatory budgeting programme for youth, including seed funding for a pilot.
01/04/2018 £100,000 We See Hope Funding to further scale the Village Investor Programme (VIP) which enables communities to economically support vulnerable children for the long term.
01/03/2018 £25,000 Catch 22 Seed funding to The Difference (incubated within Catch 22): a new career route, creating specialist teaching leaders positioned to drive inclusion in schools, and make the difference for the UK’s most vulnerable young people.
01/02/2018 £28,014 Peace First Co-seed funding with Paul Hamlyn Foundation to bring PeaceFirst's youth social action challenge platform to the UK in pilot form
01/12/2017 £50,000 Educate! Core funding to support their programme growth in transforming education in Africa to teach youth to solve poverty for themselves and their communities
01/10/2017 £77,000 ARK Schools Funding to develop Assembly: a secure, cloud-based platform that connects to schools' Management Information Systems and extracts key elements of school data
01/05/2017 £100,000 We See Hope Funding to further scale the Village Investor Programme (VIP) which enables communities to economically support vulnerable children for the long term.
12/04/2017 £35,000 Generation Change Towards the development of Horizon 2.0 platform for the mapping out of youth social action across England & Wales
01/03/2017 £15,000 NPC Co-seed funding with Paul Hamlyn Foundation, NPC and The Mix for researching the priorities for digital technology in the youth sector. This is a user-centred mapping out of a young person's journey moving towards their 'Best Life'
01/02/2017 £50,000 Educate! Core funding to support their programme growth in transforming education in Africa to teach youth to solve poverty for themselves and their communities
01/03/2016 £25,000 Enabling Enterprise Core funding to support the growth of their programme to equip young people with the skills, experiences and aspirations they need to succeed in life
01/01/2016 £20,000 Inclusive Classrooms Seed funding for a highly innovative professional development programme for Teaching Assistants
01/09/2015 £50,000 Educate! Core funding to support their programme growth in transforming education in Africa to teach youth to solve poverty for themselves and their communities
01/04/2015 £25,000 Enabling Enterprise Core funding to support the growth of their programme to equip young people with the skills, experiences and aspirations they need to succeed in life
01/03/2015 £15,000 Inclusive Classrooms Seed funding for a highly innovative professional development programme for Teaching Assistants
01/12/2014 £100,000 Progressive Technology Trust Funds are used to help develop the open source CRM platform, CiviCRM.
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Objectives

TO FURTHER SUCH PURPOSES THAT ARE EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE UNDER THE LAWS OF ENGLAND AND WALES AS THE TRUSTEES SHALL FROM TIME TO TIME DETERMINE.