The Childhood Trust

http://www.childhoodtrust.org.uk

(Registered Charity No: 1154032)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
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Sole supporter: 21% by number, 16% by value.
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National Lottery53%51%
Garfield Weston Foundation44%39%
BBC Children in Need25%27%
The Clothworkers Foundation23%14%
City Bridge Trust21%20%
Greater London Authority12%10%
The Tudor Trust11%15%
Paul Hamlyn Foundation10%7%
The Dulverton Trust10%6%
The Big Lottery Fund9%11%
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In this period they've made 123 significant donations to registered charities totalling £872,270

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
17/06/2019 £5,000 Solidarity Sports 5? Our Summer Project aims to ensure that children recovering from trauma have a safe, fun place to be during the long summer holidays. It gives our children the opportunity to spend their summer holiday outside of home, getting involved in exciting sports such as basketball and tennis.
17/06/2019 £2,500 Sir Hubert Von Herkomer Arts Foundation 1? We at Sir Hubert von Herkomer ARTS Foundation support children in disadvantaged areas by giving them a gateway to the arts in which otherwise they would not have the opportunity to learn. OUR SUMMER PROJECT to fundraise to teach courses in the arts to inspire the future generation of young artists.
17/06/2019 £5,196 Sands End Associated Projects In Action 1? Give the young people of Sands End an amazing summer experience! We will provide a full program of on and off-site stimulating experiences that will motivate, excite, entertain, and empower!
17/06/2019 £5,000 Rugby Portobello Trust 1? Exposure to arts, music, sports, crafts, exercise and outdoor space have been proven to have life-long benefits to children, but not all children have access to safe areas to play and explore, which is why we host a daily Play Centre for children aged 5 to 13 years old from North Kensington.
17/06/2019 £5,000 Reaching Higher 6? Summer Blitz is an amazing 4 week summer programme for 150 young people aged 12-16 from disadvantaged backgrounds in South London. It provides a huge range of positive activities including dance, drama, music, art, media, ice skating, zorbing, football, basketball & volleyball, London trips and more
17/06/2019 £2,500 Ragged School Museum Trust 2? Family Learning impacts the standards children achieve. The Ragged School is a small family-friendly museum with decades of creating engaging, fun learning activities in an authentic Victorian school. The building is a great learning experience inviting visitors to uncover its fascinating history.
17/06/2019 £15,000 Mousetrap Theatre Projects 4? Over the summer holidays we will provide families and young people with opportunities to attend and engage with London's fantastic world-class theatre. We will work with families on low-incomes and facing other challenges and families with children with special needs.
17/06/2019 £2,500 Montage Theatre Arts 1? CREATIVITY CHANGES CHILDREN'S LIVES! ACT! DANCE! SING! This Summer, 72 children get to fly with Peter Pan, explore Aladdin's cave or recreate Movie magic in three weeks of Summer courses.
17/06/2019 £3,000 London Centre For Social Studies 1? Children from disadvantaged backgrounds are denied the opportunities enjoyed by others including access to entertainment, and freedom of movement due to financial & other restrictions. Two fun filled weeks in the summer holidays will engage these children in thought provoking talks & activities.
17/06/2019 £3,000 Lives Not Knives 2? Summer activities in our community are essential for youth crime reduction. LNK will be organising supervised activities for vulnerable young people, whilst learning valuable life skills, building healthy bonds, trust, cooperation and healthy living. Working as a team for a final skills showcase.
17/06/2019 £15,000 Kids Care London t/as Camp Horizon 2? Camp Horizons is a two week summer residential for children with disabilities. Funded almost entirely by generous Trusts and Individuals, your donation is vital. Thank You!
17/06/2019 £4,000 Home-Start Barnet 6? Provide low income disadvantaged families with young children magical yet educational days out that enable them to have a positive experience as a whole family and help build wonderful childhood memories.
17/06/2019 £3,627 Hestia 8? Hundreds of children stay in our domestic abuse refuges and safehouses for those who've escaped modern slavery. Summer play activities give these children who've gone through unimaginable trauma the chance to get their childhood back... to play, to smile, to run, to laugh... knowing they're safe.
17/06/2019 £18,000 Drama Expressions For Children 2? Summer Runaway is a 2 week retreat in the holiday for 220 children, disadvantaged by poverty and its challenges.Holidays is a time to rejuvenate-but our children hate holidays.To them it connotes poor nourishment, boredom and consequent home tension.Our retreat offers Friends, Fun and Food.
17/06/2019 £2,500 Clapton Common Boys Club 3? SPS a summer holiday play-scheme for 150 children aged 3-7, providing: 12 days of environmentally friendly, opportunities to play and socialize, spend quality time in a safe environment (indoors and out).
17/06/2019 £3,000 Carney’s Community 4? This project works intensively with young people who are involved with or at risk of being involved with crime. Though positive activity, sport, and mentoring we aim to turn young people away from crime and offending and into upstanding members of their community, being the best they can possibly be
17/06/2019 £2,500 Bayis Sheli Ltd The camp experience has priven to have lasting effect with significant impact on the child's self-esteem and overall wellbeing. We want to offer this opportubnity to severely disabled children at Bayis Sheli
17/06/2019 £12,000 Young And Inspired 4? An opportunity for multiply disadvantaged children, who are stressed out due to severe poverty, learning difficulties or family issues and thus under-performing (socially, scholastically and behaviorally); to get away from the stresses, learn to self calm,regulate mood swings,access food and fun.
17/06/2019 £10,000 Up 'N Away 2? To give 650 disadvantaged young people aged 3-16 the experience of different physical activities in summer holidays. They will include canoeing, tree climbing, banana boat riding, raft building, snow tubing and tobogganing. We will also provide them with healthy refreshments every day.
17/06/2019 £3,815 UK Sailing Academy 3? A residential watersports summer camp supported by our Skills for Life framework for disadvantaged young people. Through sailing and outdoor activities, beneficiaries will have fun learning to work together effectively, fostering confidence, resilience, and a sense of independence and freedom.
17/06/2019 £3,000 The Winchester Project 10? Summer holidays are when children can become isolated, inactive and at risk of anti-social behaviour. It’s when low-income households struggle to find affordable, safe childcare too. Your donations fund sessional Play staff, providing 65 children with Ofsted-Outstanding childcare and fond memories.
17/06/2019 £2,500 The Katherine Low Settlement Limited 9? Homework and activities club and holiday activities for refugee children living in poverty in London
17/06/2019 £4,875 Teen Action 4? Creative Break – Based on last year's success we will once again be delivering a summer scheme catering for an untouched target audience and delivering a range of 6 creative, skills building programmes for young teens from large, poor homes who are lacking positive opportunities.
17/06/2019 £15,200 StreetGames UK 5? This summer we will work in Brent, Croydon, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham and Harrow, providing free holiday activity and a daily nutritious meal for 10-18 yr. olds. We will grow 12 community organisations to run more holiday programmes in the future. Together we can end the holiday hunger gap.
17/06/2019 £15,000 Step By Step London 5? Step by Step will provide 3 weeks of summer playscheme provision for children with moderate/severe disabilities in Hackney. Children will be supported on a 1:1 basis by trained play workers to enable them to learn new skills and taste success.
17/06/2019 £6,250 St Giles Trust 16? St Giles Trust will provide a six-week intensive programme to high risk young people identified as being at an increased risk of vulnerability, exploitation and violence. The structured programme focuses on building confidence and life skills, assisting them in creating a more positive future.
17/04/2019 £15,000 The Akshaya Patra Foundation 1? To serve nutritious hot meals to the children in London who go hungry during holidays With this project we hope to reduce hunger malnutrition obesity and food wastage in the city and help these children grow physically mentally and socially We are aiming to feed 60 000 hot meals this summer
17/04/2019 £24,375 Step by Step London 5? Step by Step aim to provide disadvantaged children with disabilities age 2-18 who come from low income homes
17/04/2019 £5,000 Hot Line Meals Service (London) 3? We are planning to provide hot nutritious meals to 400 disadvantaged children aged 12 mths 18yrs from Hackney Haringey whose parents do not have the wherewithal to cook a nutritious meal for them due to illness disability or crisis The meals will be prepared cooked and packed by 175 volunteers
17/04/2019 £2,500 Hammersmith And Fulham Foodbank 3? During 2018 the Hammersmith Fulham foodbank provided over 3 300 children and their families with emergency food parcels containing enough food to last for three days Your donation of 20 would ensure a family of 4 receive enough food for three days as well as additional support
17/04/2019 £2,500 Clapton Common Boys Club 3? We are keen to launch a pilot of providing healthy balanced meals programme for disengaged and deprived children who often do not receive a adequate healthy balanced meal We will provide 30 meals 3 evenings a week to 30 children for 36 weeks
17/04/2019 £8,550 Bayis Sheli Ltd We may not be able to to cure all ills experienced by disadvantaged children but we will not allow them to live the image of the poor child going to sleep hungry Healthy nutritious food boosts body and soul and can improve all aspects of a growing child s wellbeing and every kid deserves that
17/04/2019 £4,000 Anatolian Muslims Society 1? Rumi Centre will provide a FREE Lunch Pack to students attending to Rumi Saturday School in other words children from reception to YR8 aged 5 13 with a disadvantaged background Courses designed FREE to meet the demand from parents who cannot afford to enrol their kids to paid activity courses
04/12/2018 £8,875 Youth Space 3? A winter holiday hub for 4 days and a 2-week sleepaway summer holiday project.80 disadvantaged children (ages 9-14) will enjoy a range of sport, drama and recreational activities, developing talents, independence and confidence whilst getting away from their inner-city homes and daily hardships
04/12/2018 £7,500 XLP 8? The project supports young people in the most disadvantaged areas of inner London, who are at risk of educational failure and negative influences in their communities, to access the performing arts, raise their self-esteem, improve their educational engagement and make positive life choices.
04/12/2018 £10,000 West London Action for Children 1? Specialist talking therapies for vulnerable children have enormous benefits for their long term mental and physical wellbeing. We work with families who are in poverty and socially isolated. We collaborate with local schools, the Local Authorities and other agencies to support families.
04/12/2018 £15,000 UK Youth 11? We will bring young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to the New Forest to participate in skills building activities led by world class instructors. Through raft building, climbing, canoeing, conservation and leadership activities they will develop the skills to realise their full potential.
04/12/2018 £5,500 Toynbee Hall 10? Toynbee Hall Youth Action supports young people to make the most of their future and have a positive impact on their communities. Our activities help build confidence and aspiration, improve school attainment, and develop individual and social wellbeing.
04/12/2018 £15,000 ThinkForward (UK) 8? ThinkForward will coach some of the most disadvantaged young people in London during their transition from school into work. Through a five year programme of one-to-one coaching and employability activities young people will become ready for work and transition into sustained employment at age 18.
04/12/2018 £3,000 The Yard Theatre Limited 4? Every child deserves space to dream big through play, creativity, and the power of theatre. Help us give this gift to hundreds of children and their families in Hackney Wick this Christmas by supporting a year of creativity at Hub67, our local community centre.
04/12/2018 £18,000 The North London Foodbank 2? The North London Foodbank provides boxes of food basics to families. In winter, when heating bills rise and there is no money, many families have to choose between heating or eating. We are here to take the pain out of the decision, by stepping in and providing for them during a crisis.
04/12/2018 £3,450 The Little Angel Theatre 4? Little Angel Theatre’s Puppets for All scheme provides free tickets to disadvantaged children and families so that they can experience the joy of theatre. We believe nobody should miss out on theatre or creative arts projects due to social or economic circumstances.
04/12/2018 £2,500 The Katherine Low Settlement Limited 9? A full Summer Club of activities & trips for approx. 200 refugee children living in poverty in South London.
04/12/2018 £5,000 The Children's Literacy Charity 4? Through our Community Literacy Lab, disadvantaged children who are struggling with their literacy skills (reading, writing, speaking & listening) will be able to access our specialist, one-to-one support. With literacy skills vital to life, our Lab could make a huge difference.
04/12/2018 £2,500 The Baytree Centre 6? Many of the young people we work with rarely leave their area and this can limit their aspiration. We will provide a varied programme of trips & activities embedded with the personal development skills needed to increase their confidence and encourage them to dream bigger for themselves
04/12/2018 £7,176 The Adnan Jaffery Educational Trust 1? One Degree is a mentoring charity that has been improving the academic performance and self-belief of students from disadvantaged backgrounds in London for 8 years. We believe an A-C grade in GCSE Maths and English are the
04/12/2018 £5,000 Step By Step London 5? 'iCAN' will provide fun, enriching sport, art and recreational activities for 160 disabled children and teens (moderate/high needs) aged 0-19. Children will choose one or more of weekly: swimming, horse-riding, ice-skating, cycling, music and exercise, with the support of 160 local volunteers
04/12/2018 £3,628 St Andrew's Club 6? It can be tough growing up in Westminster. St Andrew's Club wants to expand our current provision for this new project - enabling more members to gain experiences and opportunities for only 50p a night. Building motivation, confidence and resilience - crucial life skills.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Spitalfields City Farm 5? Wild Club allows young children aged between 4 - 11years to explore the wonderful world of environmental play. At the Farm they will learn how to cook over an open fire, pick and cook their own food. A lot of the activities will centre around where your food comes from and how to grow veg and fruit.
04/12/2018 £5,000 Solace Women's Aid 9? 423,000 children in London have experienced domestic abuse. No matter what a child has experienced, every child deserves a safe places to call home, food to eat, friendships to grow and positive experiences to learn from. Our Every Child Advocacy service will help each child reclaim their childhood.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Skylarks 1? To expand our current programme of support and activities for children with additional needs and disabilities and their families in order to meet the rising demand in our borough and communities. To specifically reach those children at risk of/in poverty or hardship.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Sir Hubert Von Herkomer Arts Foundation 1? We want to make a short film documentary involving all the skills in the arts with our young people that we have supported in the disadvantaged area of Queens Crescent/Gospel Oak. To continue their journey with us and follow their dreams, to keep them away from the lure of gangs and crime!
04/12/2018 £4,850 School-Home Support (SHS) 10? To give children and families living in extreme poverty a helping hand this Christmas and to improve their chances in education.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Punchdrunk 2? Punchdrunk’s flagship literacy project for primary schools, The Lost Lending Library, is a high-impact theatrical experience that transports schoolchildren into the inner world of a magical Library that travels the world, searching for stories, and story-writing apprentices...
04/12/2018 £10,000 Paddington Development Trust 6? Our new Programme will offer arts and cultural activities for local young people and families in Westbourne, the second most deprived ward in London. The connection between wellbeing and arts and culture has been clearly proved, and such free or affordable provision is desperately lacking here.
04/12/2018 £3,000 OYA Organisation Of Young Africans 2? OYA Saturday school will empower African-Caribbean teenagers to overcome feelings of marginalisation in school and employment: 1. 11-16 year-olds with challenging behaviour/mild learning difficulties 2. Economically disadvantaged post-16s seeking confidence-building and work-readiness opportunities
04/12/2018 £20,000 Mousetrap Theatre Projects 4? Each year we bring 6,000 students from state secondary mainstream and special schools to see outstanding theatre for just £8 per ticket, supported by education resources, talks & workshops. We also buy out a top London show and provide discounted tickets to families with children with special needs.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Montage Theatre Arts 1? Creativity isn't just for Christmas. Giving access to the arts to Lewisham's children and young people. Proven to build confidence, foster friendships and give children a creative outlet in a safe space. You're funding 10 FREE Saturday School and 30 FREE Holiday Course places.
04/12/2018 £5,000 Mayor's Fund for London 5? Kitchen Social is a Mayor's Fund for London holiday food provision programme which aims to feed a minimum of 50,000 children during the school holidays across all 33 London boroughs by 2020 as well as campaign for statutory funding for holiday food.
04/12/2018 £20,000 Magic Breakfast 3? Magic Breakfast believes that no child should be too hungry to learn. We provide healthy breakfasts to 480 UK schools where hunger acts as a hindrance to learning. Through this project we will support 17 schools, feed 1,139 hungry children each day and provide 222,105 breakfasts in a year.
04/12/2018 £6,250 London Youth Choir 1? Since 2012, the London Youth Choir (LYC) has demonstrated its belief in the transformative effects of singing together. In order to realise the potential of all young children from across London, irrespective of background, we need to raise £25,000 to provide bursaries and training subsidies.
04/12/2018 £5,000 London Music Masters 3? Join us in inspiring communities and raising aspirations through primary music education! For 10 years LMM has been delivering musical opportunities to children from some of London’s most socially and economically challenged areas. Help us bring music to those who need it most this Christmas.
04/12/2018 £10,000 London Music Fund 1? We help children from low-income families reach their full potential through music, with a unique four-year Scholarship programme. Our work supports children to become confident, creative individuals who are self-motivated and self-disciplined, and helps to develop in them a lifelong joy of music
04/12/2018 £5,000 London City Mission 1? This project will help disadvantaged youth in the area to gain social skills and improve their educational and life chances for a better career so that they can come out of youth crime and gang culture.
04/12/2018 £10,000 London Chamber Orchestra Trust 2? Music Junction brings together young people from very different social and economic backgrounds. Through music making, it promotes confidence and nurtures self-esteem. The project culminates in concerts with the entire London Chamber Orchestra at participating schools and London's Cadogan Hall.
04/12/2018 £4,250 London Centre For Social Studies 1? Access to arts is known to have a lasting and transformational effect on communities and many aspects of people's lives. With calligraphy and marbling we aim to attract young Muslim women in Tower Hamlets to motivate them to achieve goals in their lives and to be more engaged within the community.
04/12/2018 £3,750 Lives Not Knives 2? Train and mentor young, youth work apprentices, who are passionate about changing the issue of gang and knife culture in the community. Whilst being up-skilled, these young people will work with over 10,000 young people to raise awareness about knife crime.
04/12/2018 £16,250 Lighthouse Educational Society 1? Our aims to provide high quality and low cost education to primary and secondary school pupils in South London in our Tuition Centres. Across all our educational programmes, from Key Stage One all the way up to GCSE level, our focus is on literacy and numeracy, for those who could not afford to pay
04/12/2018 £10,000 Kids Care London t/as Camp Horizon 2? Children with special needs and disabilities will benefit from a weekend in the countryside. providing them with the time of their lives, and their parents with the respite they sorely require.
04/12/2018 £3,775 JTAG LTD 3? Nearly half of young people (47%) worldwide have received intimidating, threatening or nasty messages online! BATC will equip 50 vulnerable YP with resilience, inspiration, tips and knowledge to make informed choices when using the internet, through an intense 30 week accredited programme.
04/12/2018 £25,000 Jamie's Farm 11? Jamie’s Farm supports 1,350 vulnerable children each year who are at risk of exclusion. Research has indicated there are 43,000 children in need of an intervention like Jamie’s Farm. As such, we feel compelled to extend our reach and need financial support to set up our fourth farm in East Sussex.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Ignite Trust 6? We use sport to build trusted relationships with hard to reach young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and engage them in employment/educational training. Sports Excel improves physical/ mental health, employability and educational attainment and access to other youth services through Ingite.
04/12/2018 £3,500 House of Illustration 2? Families with a deaf child or parent and lower income families with pre-school children aged 2-5 struggle to access affordable, inclusive arts activities. Illustration promotes literacy, communication and confidence building and is uniquely placed to inspire these groups.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Harrow Carers 7? To reach 250 new young carers (who are often overlooked by school and social services) in Harrow over 2 years to help them cope with their caring roles, support their education and improve their life chances so that they have similar opportunities to their peers who don’t have caring roles.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Guy Mascolo Football Charity 1? Through the power of Sport and Education we aim to motivate and engage young people in Sports activities, BTEC Sports qualifications and mentoring to help them build positive pathways to empower themselves and impact their lives, as well as inspiring others within their communities.
04/12/2018 £12,500 Grit: breakthrough programmes 8? An innovative & much needed 'Grit' project for young people in East London experiencing disadvantage or in challenging circumstances. An exciting cross-sector consortium, including local businesses & colleges, will mobilise 1,000 aspirational adults to support 500 young people to change their lives
04/12/2018 £10,206 Grief Encounter Project 2? Our counselling programme for bereaved children in London will provide disadvantaged young people across the capital with access to a certified specialist grief counsellor. This will help mitigate the devastating impacts early bereavement can have on a child’s development and long-term outcomes.
04/12/2018 £20,000 Greenhouse Sports Limited 7? We want to use sport to engage young people from the most deprived areas in London. We will place inspirational sports coaches into schools to deliver full-time extracurricular programmes that empower and inspire young people aged 11-18 growing up in disadvantage to reach their potential.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Flash Musicals 3? To fully utilise our existing recording facilities to run a series of music-writing and recording workshops led by a professional song-writer, which allow young people in our area to express their thoughts and feelings in an appropriate manner through music.
04/12/2018 £6,500 Fitzrovia Youth In Action 7? FYA will organise a series of intergenerational events throughout the year to increase community cohesion around the Warren Play Area. Young people will be organising a Christmas Community Dinner, a Community Street Planting Day, the Fitzrovia Summer Festival & the Fitzrovia Street Party
04/12/2018 £3,000 Farms for City Children 7? We are raising funds for pupils from Glenbrook Primary School in Clapham, London, to visit Farms for City Children in Devon. A unique opportunity – and potentially life-changing experience – for urban children to live and work together for a week on a real farm in the heart of the countryside.
04/12/2018 £9,225 Embrace Child Victims of Crime 2? This project will offer practical, emotional and specialist support to young victims of all serious crime across Greater London, with a developing specialism in sexual abuse and domestic violence.
04/12/2018 £5,000 Eastside Young Leaders' Academy 4? Following on from our Annual Summer School EYLA will provide an educational arts-based programme for children and young people from low income families in East London. Activities will focus on creative arts, drama, dance, music to broaden cultural horizons, increase confidence and well-being
04/12/2018 £2,500 Clapton Common Boys Club 3? Learn4Life, an after-school programme for 96 Key Stage 2 children and young people aged 5-8 years, who face the risk of failing the school system, socially, emotionally and academically.
04/12/2018 £5,000 City of London Sinfonia 3? Young people come to Bethlem and Maudsley Hospital from all over the UK to receive treatment for mental health illnesses. CLS musicians have the unique ability to engage these young people and others in need in interactive music activities contributing to their overall mental health and wellbeing.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Christian International Peace Service (CHIPS) 2? Brixton has the highest rate of violence, notably youth violence, in London. Violence is fuelled by social deprivation and fractured communities. CHIPS aims to support the Brixton community to create better living conditions and stronger community cohesion, thereby reducing youth violence.
04/12/2018 £10,500 Chickenshed 3? Every young person has a story to tell - we give them a platform to be heard. Our productions aim to give a voice to those who are excluded, and shine a light on how society could be positively influenced by including and embracing everyone.
04/12/2018 £3,000 Carney's Community 4? This project works intensively with young people who are involved with or at risk of being involved with crime. Though positive activity, sport, and mentoring we aim to turn young people away from crime and offending and into upstanding members of their community, being the best they can possibly be
04/12/2018 £25,000 Cardinal Hume Centre 9? This is a project to help vulnerable families with school-aged children who struggle every day with: Unsuitable and temporary housing Food poverty Low income Children will benefit from a fantastic out-of-school programme, while parents get the help they need to cope better with day to day life
04/12/2018 £10,000 Buttle UK 7? Our Beds for Kids Campaign aims to provide at least 3,000 beds to disadvantaged children and young people. The project supports children who do not have their own bed to sleep in, and instead are sleeping on the floor, in a bed that is broken or sharing with siblings or parents.
04/12/2018 £3,740 Art Against Knives 8? We are going to open our 3rd community nail bar on Grahame Park Estate, Barnet. It will be a creative, learning and social space, building the capabilities of vulnerable young women at risk of abuse and crime, opening opportunities for them, bringing support to them and improving their life chances
04/12/2018 £5,000 Apollo Music Projects 3? Apollo Music Projects transforms the lives of disadvantaged children through the magic of live classical music. Since 2004, over 9,800 children from primary and special schools in deprived parts of London have benefited from our programmes, on an exciting journey from classroom to concert hall.
04/12/2018 £3,750 Alternatives Trust East London 7? To holistically support very vulnerable parents and children through We Are Family support group delivering parenting and life skills teaching, plus counselling, advocacy, and practical help enabling them to move forwards into employment and manage their own families.
04/12/2018 £2,500 Abram Wilson Foundation For Creative Arts 1? Help 180 disadvantaged young people to become the greatest version of themselves through the arts and in particular the art of music through our flagship arts education programme, AYG! Your donation will help us work with six schools based in deprived areas of London during 2019.
15/06/2018 £3,000 Youthdirect 1? ‘Sing and Spring’ summer day camp day camp is an opportunity for young people to enjoy 2 fun-filled weeks of recreational activities, a variety of outings and plenty of exercise in a safe and relaxing environment.
15/06/2018 £12,000 Young And Inspired 4? An opportunity for multiply disadvantaged children, who are stressed out due to severe poverty, learning difficulties or family issues and thus under-performing (socially, scholastically and behaviorally); to get away from the stresses, learn to self calm,regulate mood swings,access food and fun.
15/06/2018 £10,000 Up 'N Away 2? To give 300 disadvantaged young people aged 3-13 years the experience of different physical activities in summer holidays. They will include canoeing, tree climbing, banana boat riding, raft building, snow tubing and tobogganing. We will also provide them with healthy refreshments every day.
15/06/2018 £3,000 Universal Board Games 2? UBG will take its successful model of summer playdays from Robin Hood Garden and deliver inclusive play across 4 selected sites in Hackney to reach more young people and families from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds.
15/06/2018 £3,000 UK Sailing Academy 3? A residential watersports summer camp supported by our Skills for Life framework for disadvantaged young people. Through sailing and outdoor activities, beneficiaries will have fun learning to work together effectively, fostering confidence, resilience, and a sense of independence and freedom.
15/06/2018 £3,750 The Winchester Project 10? Donations will allow us to recruit the extra play staff we desperately need for our oversubscribed holiday playschemes during summer and half-term. Sessional staff allow us to support a greater number of children during the times of the year when parents need safe, high quality childcare most!
15/06/2018 £2,500 The Katherine Low Settlement Limited 9? A full Summer Club of activities & trips for approx. 200 refugee children living in poverty in South London.
15/06/2018 £5,000 The Avenues Youth Project 4? We aim to provide enriching holiday activities and a residential adventure week for young people aged 8-18 living in this deprived part of W.London who could otherwise be home alone or roaming the streets. We also provide daily hot meals, often with professional cooking and nutritional tuition.
15/06/2018 £3,000 Teen Action 4? Creative Break - a new opportunity for disadvantaged high school girls to choose from a range of 5 skills building programmes and make new friends, encouraging healthy cooking, creativity and uncovering talents in a welcoming environment during the summer holidays.
15/06/2018 £15,000 StreetGames UK 5? This summer we focus on Brent, Lambeth, Wandsworth and Westminster, providing free holiday activity for 10-18 year olds, which includes a nutritious daily meal. We aim to grow these community organisations to host more holiday programmes in the future. Together we can end the holiday hunger crisis!
15/06/2018 £8,750 Step By Step London 5? 'iCAN' will provide fun, enriching sport, art and recreational activities for 160 disabled children and teens (moderate/high needs) aged 0-19. Children will choose one or more of weekly: swimming, horse-riding, ice-skating, cycling, music and exercise, with the support of 160 local volunteers
15/06/2018 £2,500 Sir Hubert Von Herkomer Arts Foundation 1? We at Sir Hubert von Herkomer ARTS Foundation support children in disadvantaged areas by giving them a gateway to the arts in which otherwise they would not have the opportunity to learn. OUR SUMMER PROJECT to fundraise to teach courses in the arts to inspire the future generation of young artists.
15/06/2018 £3,500 Reaching Higher 6? Summer Blitz is an amazing 4 week summer programme for 150 young people aged 12-16 from disadvantaged backgrounds in South London. It provides a huge range of positive activities including dance, drama, music, art, media, ice skating, zorbing, football, basketball & volleyball, London trips and more
15/06/2018 £2,500 Play Association Hammersmith and Fulham 1? This project provides free, open access play opportunities for children between the ages of 8 and 14. We also have a volunteer scheme for young people in the community, and have registered 400+ children since taking on the project in July of 2017.
15/06/2018 £15,000 Mousetrap Theatre Projects 4? Over the summer holidays we will provide families and young people with opportunities to attend and engage with London's fantastic world-class theatre. We will work with families on low-incomes and facing other challenges and families with children with special needs.
15/06/2018 £2,500 Montage Theatre Arts 1? CREATIVITY CHANGES CHILDREN'S LIVES! ACT! DANCE! SING! This Summer, 72 children get to fly with Peter Pan, explore Aladdin's cave or recreate Movie magic in three weeks of Summer courses.
15/06/2018 £25,000 Mayor's Fund for London 5? Kitchen Social is a Mayor's Fund for London holiday food provision programme which aims to feed a minimum of 50,000 children during the school holidays across all 33 London boroughs by 2020 as well as campaign for statutory funding for holiday food.
15/06/2018 £5,000 London City Mission 1? The summer programme will engage with children and young people living in one of London's poorest boroughs. Young people will take part in activities that will help to improve mental and physical health, reduce isolation and anti-social behaviour and promote a more cohesive community.
15/06/2018 £6,750 London Centre For Social Studies 1? Children from disadvantaged backgrounds are denied the opportunities enjoyed by others including access to entertainment, and freedom of movement due to financial & other restrictions. Two fun filled weeks in the summer holidays will engage these children in thought provoking talks & activities.
15/06/2018 £3,000 Lives Not Knives 2? We have been mentoring young people, from Pupil Referral Units & Secondary schools who are at risk of becoming NEET. We would like the funds to deliver work skill workshops and activities over the summer, that will contribute towards their personal development and employability skills.
15/06/2018 £7,938 Lighthouse Educational Society 1? Our Project will provide healthy food - a wide variety of fresh foods from the main food groups – fruit, vegetables, lean meats, dairy and carbohydrates. Children in poverty in the South London area involved in the project with enjoy the activities during Summer when everyone else is on school holi
15/06/2018 £5,295 Hot Line Meals Service (London) 3? We are planning to provide fresh hot nutritious meals for 435 disadvantaged inner city children aged 6 mths-6 yrs from Hackney & Haringey who will be attending various local play projects in the summer holidays. They will be prepared, cooked and packed by 5 volunteers at the Hot Line Meals kitchens.
15/06/2018 £4,000 Home-Start Barnet 6? Provide low income disadvantaged families with young children magical yet educational days out that enable them to have a positive experience as a whole family and help build wonderful childhood memories. We will also run a healthy eating workshop for the whole family to share in cooking & eating.
15/06/2018 £6,224 Hestia 8? Hundreds of children stay in our domestic abuse refuges and safehouses for those who've escaped modern slavery. Summer play activities give these children who've gone through unimaginable trauma the chance to get their childhood back... to play, to smile, to run, to laugh... knowing they're safe.
15/06/2018 £7,500 Eastside Young Leaders' Academy 4? EYLA will offer an arts-based educational experience for children and young people from low income families in East London. Activities will focus on physical theatre and the performing arts, drama, dance, music and art.
15/06/2018 £12,000 Drama Expressions For Children 2? Summer Runaway is a 2 week retreat in the holiday for 220 children, disadvantaged by poverty and its challenges.Holidays is a time to rejuvenate-but our children hate holidays.To them it connotes poor nourishment, boredom and consequent home tension.Our retreat offers Friends, Fun and Food.
15/06/2018 £2,500 Clapton Common Boys Club 3? SPS a summer holiday play-scheme for 150 children aged 3-7, providing: 12 days of environmentally friendly, opportunities to play and socialize, spend quality time in a safe environment (indoors and out).
15/06/2018 £5,000 Carney's Community 4? This project works intensively with young people who are involved with or at risk of being involved with crime. Though positive activity, sport, and mentoring we aim to turn young people away from crime and offending and into upstanding members of their community, being the best they can possibly be
15/06/2018 £7,500 Blooming Blossoms Trust 2? For many, anticipation is high.Alas, for our Sen users who are multiply disadvantaged,holidays are`holey days.`Lack of structure,social time,food and space cause our users to dread holidays. We launch:Hello Holiday playscheme,designed to offer a free&fun day camp integrating SEN &`regular`kids.
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Objectives

THE OBJECTS OF THE CHILDHOOD TRUST ARE TO PREVENT OR RELIEVE POVERTY OR DEPRIVATION, IN PARTICULAR AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, BY PROVIDING GRANTS, ITEMS AND SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS IN NEED AND/OR CHARITIES, OR OTHER ORGANISATIONS WORKING TO PREVENT OR RELIEVE POVERTY OR DEPRIVATION.