Rank Foundation

Who they support

The Foundation operates a model of engaged philanthropy, combining intellectual, social and financial capital. Our experience suggests that by promoting stronger partnerships and concentrating funding, knowledge and expertise in a very focused way; The Foundation can maximise impact across the UK. To achieve this we introduced our membership platform RankNet, which currently has over 1500 members. Our funding and grant programmes are by application only via the RankNet platform. Organisations who are not members are able to apply for Pebble Grants.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £663,642
  • The average age of charities supported has been 16 years.

Grant criteria

The Rank Foundation is a grant-giving charitable trust that offers grants through its Pebble Grants programme. Additional to a major grant programme, that currently doesn’t accept unsolicited applications, the Foundation has a minor grants programme which offers grants of up to £7,500. Projects are eligible if they meet one of the Foundations aims of: - Encouraging and developing leadership - Promoting enterprise and innovation - Caring for the disadvantaged and the marginalised - Promoting the understanding of the values, traditions and practices of the Christian faith.

Grant details

Pebbles is our small funding stream for UK registered charities and recognised churches which are raising money for projects where the total cost is less than £150,000. This money can be spent on short breaks (such as an annual respite break or holiday for disadvantaged young people), equipment (such as white goods), or capital costs (refurbishment or minor building work). Pebble grant applications are processed on a quarterly basis. It can take up to 4 months for a decision and payment to be made. Grants are awarded on a discretionary basis; the Rank Foundation’s contribution ranges from £250 up to and including £4,000, depending on the total cost of the project.

Application procedure

Applications are only open to registered charities or charity exempt churches, and you must have an annual turnover of less than £500,000. Grants are available to Capital or Short Breaks projects, with a separate online application available depending on which you wish to apply for. Note that you must have raised a third of your total costs before making an application You can find eligibility details for these applications on the website, as well as the online application forms.

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Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period 240 donations have been made totalling £3,393,117 to 184 organisations

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Growth in Spending
(per annum over last 3 years)
Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers ?
By ValueBy Number
The National Lottery Community Fund 61% 55%
Garfield Weston Foundation 41% 33%
BBC Children in Need 22% 19%
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport 21% 17%
Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales 21% 18%
The Clothworkers Foundation 20% 16%
The Henry Smith Charity 19% 16%
Co-operative Group 18% 16%
The Tudor Trust 15% 11%
The National Lottery Heritage Fund 14% 11%
Sole supporter: 28% by number, 21% by value.
Individual Grants Made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
30/06/2023 £5,000 £334,017 JENNYRUTH WORKSHOPS LTD Jennyruth Workshops received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Utilities.
30/06/2023 £5,000 PEEK PEEK received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Utilities.
27/04/2023 £20,000 ARDOYNE YOUTH CLUB Ardoyne Youth Club received a Cost of Living grant to help cover core costs such as: Staff, Food and Transport.
27/04/2023 £13,195 £663,431 BRAINSTRUST Brainstrust received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover overhead costs for their Leeds office.
27/04/2023 £14,615 £683,644 COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS NORTH WEST LTD Community Solutions North West received a Cost of Living Core Grant to cover overhead costs including to help purchase a new till and laptop.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £328,335 CRE8 MACCLESFIELD Cre8 Macclesfield received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover core costs such as Heating, lighting and fuel. They will also use the grant to provide training and essential building repairs.
27/04/2023 £9,936 £194,878 CREATE PAISLEY Create Paisley received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover a range of costs such as equipment, travel and venue rental costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £346,151 DAYLIGHT CENTRE FELLOWSHIP Daylight Centre Fellowship received a Cost of Living Core Grant to cover staff salaries, food and to go towards the increased costs of gas and electricity at their community hub.
27/04/2023 £18,000 £529,326 DESTINED LTD Destined Ltd received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover their increased energy costs.
27/04/2023 £9,130 £143,954 DEVON AND CORNWALL FURNITURE REUSE PROJECT LTD Devon and Cornwall Furniture Reuse Project Ltd received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover their increased core costs.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £915,097 DORSET MIND Dorset Mind received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover essential running costs such as rent, utilities and IT expenditure.
27/04/2023 £18,000 £300,851 DUNDEE AND ANGUS ADHD SUPPORT GROUP Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover their salary and running costs.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £503,557 DUNDEE UNITED COMMUNITY TRUST Dundee United Community Trust received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover their core costs specifically related to the continuation of their Para Sports Club and community projects.
27/04/2023 £14,680 ELDERTREE BEFRIENDING Eldertree Befriending received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover their increased rent costs.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £1,017,542 FAITHWORKS WESSEX Faithworks received a Cost of Living Core grant to help cover staff salaries and increases in rent and utilities.
27/04/2023 £16,492 £807,584 FIRST GIVE First Give received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, travel and printing/postage costs.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £1,048,698 FIRSTLIGHT TRUST The FirstLight Trust received a Cost of Living Core Grant to be allocated toward offsetting clinical supervision costs.
27/04/2023 £13,286 B:FRIEND b:friend received a Cost of Living Core Grant to cover a range of costs including staff salaries and equipment.
27/04/2023 £21,283 £367,459 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN CARERS SERVICE LTD Blackburn with Darwen Carers Service Ltd received a Cost of Living Core Grant to cover rent and volunteer costs.
27/04/2023 £5,900 BORROW DON'T BUY Borrow Don't Buy received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, parts/repairs and insurance costs.
27/04/2023 £20,000 £850,048 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ACROSS BORDERS (CFAB) Children and Families Across Borders received a Cost of Living Core Grants to help cover staffing costs for their Advice Line.
27/04/2023 £14,177 CLEVELAND HOUSING ADVICE CENTRE Cleveland Housing Advice Centre received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, travel and other running costs such as energy.
27/04/2023 £12,735 CREATIVE SUSTAINABILITY CIC Creative Sustainability received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover core/staffing costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £140,759 DISABILITY HUNTINGDONSHIRE Disability Huntingdonshire received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover postage, transport and staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £12,000 DRUM WORKS Drum Works received a Cost of Living Grant Core to help cover equipment, transport, venue hire as well as other general running costs.
27/04/2023 £19,500 £361,069 ELGIN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Elgin Youth Development received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover their utility and overhead costs.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £1,399,235 EMPOWERMENT CHARITY LANCASHIRE Empowerment Charity Lancashire received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, IT Equipment and other running costs.
27/04/2023 £20,319 £139,004 ETHOS - EXTENDING THE HAND OF SUPPORT Ethos received a Cost of Living Core Grant to hire a staff member to coordinate the community larder.
27/04/2023 £18,000 £992,172 EXETER COMMUNITY INITIATIVES Exeter Community Initiatives received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover administration costs.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £2,426,578 FOOD TRAIN DUMFRIES Food Train Dumfries received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover Fuel costs, office costs such as increased rent and utilities and volunteer costs.
27/04/2023 £13,825 £88,498 GREEN HIVE - ALSO KNOWN AS NAIRN RIVER ENTERPRISE Green Hive received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the costs of utility bills and staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £15,726 HEXHAM YOUTH INITIATIVE Hexham Youth Initiative received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £174,917 HIGH LEVEL (NORTHERN) TRUST High Level (Northern) Trust received a Cost of living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, rent other running costs such as utilities.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £652,474 HORSEBACK UK Horseback UK received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover increasing running costs such as rent, heating electricity accommodation and horse related costs.
27/04/2023 £18,200 £407,766 HULL FC RUGBY COMMUNITY SPORT AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION Hull FC Rugby Community Sport and Education Foundation received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover energy, water insurance and rates costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £309,922 INTEREST LINK BORDERS Interest Link Borders received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover core staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £4,453 £259,912 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT Kyra Women's Project received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover the increasing cost of rent.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £1,169,303 LIVE MUSIC NOW Live Music Now received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover staff salaries, database/software costs as well as insurance and other running costs.
27/04/2023 £25,000 THE MAUNDY RELIEF TRUST Maundy Relief received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover staff salaries, food and volunteer training/expenses.
27/04/2023 £10,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP) Naturally North Coast & Glens CIC received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover staff salaries, venue/equipment hire, IT equipment and other running costs.
27/04/2023 £8,317 VOLUNTEER ACTION SHETLAND OPEN Project Volunteer Action Shetland received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover staff salaries and IT equipment costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 PEEK PEEK received a Cost of Living Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries, rent, utilities and transport.
27/04/2023 £10,098 £557,845 PEOPLE AND WORK People and Work received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £12,500 PERFORMING ROOM Performing Room received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of utility bills, rent and opertating/event costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 PLYMOUTH PLAY CIC AND SCRAPSTORE Plymouth Scrapstore received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of rent utilities, salaries and volunteer expenses
27/04/2023 £6,435 PLYMOUTH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE NETWORK (PSEN) Plymouth Social Enterprise Network (PSEN) received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of salaries and running costs/expenses.
27/04/2023 £24,979 £1,060,477 PROJECT TRUST Project Trust received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £19,754 RETHINK FOOD CIC Rethink Food CIC received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of utility bills and for fuel costs.
27/04/2023 £17,204 RHUBARB FARM CIC Rhubarb Farm CIC received a Cost of Living core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £538,829 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK Ripon Community Link received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £1,273,178 SAFELINE WARWICK Safeline Warwick received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £14,570 £193,321 ST. MICHAEL'S YOUTH PROJECT St. Michael's Youth Project received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries, food and increased utility bills.
27/04/2023 £18,000 STILTSKIN ARTS & THEATRE CIC Stiltskin received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salaries, administration and communication costs.
27/04/2023 £15,000 STOMPING GROUNDS FOREST SCHOOL NORTH EAST CIC Stomping Grounds received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £15,000 TAKE A PART CIO Take A Part CIO received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £1,831,766 THE JERICHO FOUNDATION The Jericho Foundation received the Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of increased utility bills and rent.
27/04/2023 £15,000 THE PARENT ROOMS The Parent Rooms received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £11,978 £341,647 THE TURNAROUND PROJECT The Turnaround Project received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover core costs.
27/04/2023 £18,000 £166,894 TIR DEWI Tir Dewi received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £11,718 £349,000 VIEW (DOVE) LTD VIEW (Dove) LTD received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £11,000 £407,832 LUTON WOMEN'S AID, KNOWN AS WOMEN'S AID IN LUTON (WAIL) Wail received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £24,874 £566,529 WELCOME CHURCHES Welcome Churches received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £25,000 £550,696 WOMEN'STEC Women's Tec received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £25,000 WORCESTER SNOEZELEN CIO Worcester Snoezelen received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £20,100 £606,691 YKIDS Ykids received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries and increased utility bills.
27/04/2023 £11,800 Y SIOP FACH SERO CIC Y Siop Fach Sero CIC received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries and increased utility bills.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £334,017 JENNYRUTH WORKSHOPS LTD Jennyruth Workshops Ltd received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £12,500 £1,290,025 LINDLEY EDUCATIONAL TRUST Lindley Educational Trust received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £11,000 £1,739,952 MANCHESTER YOUTH ZONE (PREVIOUSLY THE FACTORY YOUTH ZONE) Manchester Youth Zone/North Manchester Network received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of increased utility bills.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £217,103 MUSICALL MusicALL received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £18,000 NEWINGTON DAY CENTRE Newington Day Centre received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries and for essential maintenance work.
27/04/2023 £21,100 £127,010 POOLE COMMUNITIES TRUST Poole Communities Trust received a Cost of Living Core Grant Cover help cover the cost of food and utility bills.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £379,031 QUARANTINE Quarantine received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries and training.
27/04/2023 £10,000 £394,910 SEESAW - GRIEF SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN OXFORDSHIRE SeeSaw received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £11,776 £172,155 SHOTTON PARTNERSHIP 2000 LTD Shotton Partnership 2000 Ltd received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries, utility bills and food.
27/04/2023 £9,871 SPACE2 Space2 received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of increased utilities, travel and staff wellbeing support.
27/04/2023 £11,725 £501,916 THE MUSTARD TREE FOUNDATION (READING) - STARTING POINT PROJECT Starting Point (part of The Mustard Tree Foundation (MTF), Reading) received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £15,000 £92,910 THE OASIS CENTRE - CORNWALL The Oasis Centre - Cornwall received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries and other core costs such as rent, food and transport.
27/04/2023 £19,034 £400,476 TIR COED Tir Coed received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of staff salaries.
27/04/2023 £19,712 £559,409 TOKKO YOUTH SPACE Tokko Youth Space received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover the cost of repairs, utility bills and core salary costs.
27/04/2023 £18,186 £457,000 WHY ME? VICTIMS FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE Why me? Transforming Lives through Restorative Justice received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover staff salary costs and rent.
27/04/2023 £14,000 £209,042 YUSUF YOUTH INITIATIVE Yusuf Youth Initiative received a Cost of Living Core Grant to help cover Rent and Utilities.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £771,685 AGE WELL EAST Age Well East received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover training and transport costs for Volunteers.
27/04/2023 £4,500 ARDOYNE YOUTH CLUB Ardoyne Youth Club received a Cost of Living small grant to help cover training and development costs for staff and volunteers.
27/04/2023 £5,000 B:FRIEND b:friend received a Cost of Living small grant to help cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £3,709 £663,431 BRAINSTRUST Brainstrust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of essential IT licences.
27/04/2023 £4,800 £400,020 BRAVE CHURCH Brave Church received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Utilities, Food, essential items for users and urgent building repairs.
27/04/2023 £2,500 BRECON & DISTRICT MIND Brecon & District Mind received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Transport, Utilities, Food and essential items for users.
27/04/2023 £5,000 CIRCLE SCOTLAND CIC Circle Scotland CIC received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Transport.
27/04/2023 £2,641 CIRCULAR COMMUNITIES CYMRU CIC (FORMALLY CIRCULAR ECONOMY WALES CIC) Circular Communities Cymru CIC received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Transport, Utilities, Training and development for staff/Volunteers/trustees and Goods/Equipment costs.
27/04/2023 £3,520 £261,470 COMMON WHEEL Common Wheel received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £683,644 COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS NORTH WEST LTD Community Solutions North West Ltd received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £3,500 £529,326 DESTINED LTD Destined received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of training and development for staff, volunteers and trustees.
27/04/2023 £4,000 £139,004 ETHOS - EXTENDING THE HAND OF SUPPORT Ethos - Extending the hand of support received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of food.
27/04/2023 £2,975 £1,048,698 FIRSTLIGHT TRUST FirstLight Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £4,908 £701,499 HARV DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES HARV received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £3,500 £652,474 HORSEBACK UK HorseBack UK received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £66,104 LAUNCH IT TRUST DUNDEE Launch It Dundee received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £4,000 £240,171 LIFESPACE TRUST Lifespace Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of training and development for staff, Volunteers and trustees.
27/04/2023 £4,066 £68,844 MERSEY YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST - MYST Mersey Youth Support Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Additional Fuel, Utilities , Goods and Equipment costs and insurance.
27/04/2023 £4,175 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP) Naturally North Coast & Glens CIC received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of fuel.
27/04/2023 £4,000 PERFORMING ROOM Performing Room received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of volunteer expenses.
27/04/2023 £4,700 £276,333 PLYMOUTH HOPE Plymouth Hope received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Transport, Utilities, Training /development for staff, Volunteers and trustees, Food/essential items for users and Goods/Equipment costs.
27/04/2023 £3,000 PRAMDEPOT Pramdepot received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Food and essential items for users.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £1,060,477 PROJECT TRUST Project Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of utilities.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £449,837 REACHING HIGHER Reaching Higher received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Food and essential items for users.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £1,273,178 SAFELINE WARWICK Safeline Warwick received a Cost of Living small Grant to help cover the cost of transport.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £328,335 CRE8 MACCLESFIELD Cre8 Macclesfield received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Additional Fuel, Transport , Utilities and Training/development for staff, Volunteers and trustees
27/04/2023 £3,000 £987,692 EMMAUS OXFORD Emmaus Oxford 2023 received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Additional Fuel, Transport , Utilities and Training/development for staff, Volunteers and trustees.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £324,106 HELPING HANDS COMMUNITY PROJECT Helping Hands Community Project received a Cost of Living small Grant to help cover the cost of Additional Fuel and Transport.
27/04/2023 £3,100 £127,010 POOLE COMMUNITIES TRUST Poole Communities Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods/Equipment, Food and essential items for users.
27/04/2023 £4,800 THE ADVANTAGE FOUNDATION LTD The Advantage Foundation received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Additional Fuel, Goods and Equipment costs and repairs.
27/04/2023 £2,577 ELDERTREE BEFRIENDING The Elder Tree Befriending Service 2023 received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £2,500 ST JOHN'S PARISH MOIRA (LOGIC) St John's Parish Moira (LOGIC) received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of vehicle insurance and maintenance.
27/04/2023 £3,500 STOMPING GROUNDS FOREST SCHOOL NORTH EAST CIC Stomping Grounds received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £386,235 THE ENTHUSIASM TRUST The Enthusiasm Trust received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Utilities.
27/04/2023 £4,201 THE LONDON IRISH CENTRE The London Irish Centre 2023 received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Training and development for staff, Volunteers and trustees and to cover Goods and Equipment costs.
27/04/2023 £2,500 THE WASHINGTON GROUP The Washington Group 2023 received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Training and development for staff, Volunteers and trustees, Food and essential items for users and Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £5,000 £566,529 WELCOME CHURCHES Welcome Churches received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Additional Fuel, Transport and Training and development for staff, Volunteers and trustees.
27/04/2023 £3,000 £52,885 WHITEFIELD YOUTH ASSOCIATION Whitefield Youth Association 2023 received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Training and development for staff, Volunteers and trustees and for Goods/ Equipment.
27/04/2023 £4,500 WORCESTER SNOEZELEN CIO Worcester Snoezelen received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Utilities.
27/04/2023 £3,500 YOUR PLACE (LONDON) LTD Your Place received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of fuel.
27/04/2023 £1,500 £102,206 BASSETLAW FOOD BANK Bassetlaw Food Bank 2023 received a Cost of Living small grant to help cover the cost of fuel.
27/04/2023 £2,000 CREATIVE SUSTAINABILITY CIC Creative Sustainability CIC received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Fuel, Transport, Utilities, Food and essential items for users and Goods and Equipment costs
27/04/2023 £2,200 GIFTED WOMEN Gifted Women received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of transport.
27/04/2023 £2,050 IRIDESCENT IDEAS Iridescent Ideas CIC received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £1,977 £196,762 KISSING IT BETTER Kissing it Better received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
27/04/2023 £1,400 £242,516 MULBERRY COMMUNITY PROJECT Mulberry Community Project received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of food and essential items for users.
27/04/2023 £2,185 £538,829 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK Ripon Community Link received a Cost of Living Small Grant to cover the cost of Utilities.
27/04/2023 £1,300 £511,648 THE TURNAROUND PROJECT The Turnaround Project received a Cost of Living Small Grant to help cover the cost of Goods and Equipment.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £69,436 THE OASIS CENTRE - CORNWALL The Golden Award was given to The Oasis Centre to reduce Isolation and support isolated older people as they emerge from the pandemic.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £428,714 OXFORD HUB The Golden Award was given to Oxford Hub to create a new membership model, that includes all people across the community and maximises the potential for volunteers to be matched to activity and to feel part of the organisation.
23/03/2022 £20,000 NEWINGTON DAY CENTRE The Golden Award was given to Newington Day Centre to help support older/vulnerable people in Belfast and to help reduce Isolation.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £846,340 BACK ON THE MAP The Golden Award was given to Back On The Map to provide important support for the community, Especially around volunteering and reconnecting with those who have volunteered in the past.
23/03/2022 £20,000 THE ADVANTAGE FOUNDATION LTD The Golden Award was given to The Advantage Foundation to help launch a project that will reach out to young people who are isolated and those at risk to suicide.
23/03/2022 £20,000 MEMORY MATTERS SW CIC The Golden Award was given to Memory Matters to help lead dementia support, across many fronts.
23/03/2022 £20,000 HORATIO'S GARDEN The Golden Award was given to Horatio's Garden To fund an arts assistant in 3 gardens, to provide bespoke arts and recreation activities and to reduce isolation among patients with spinal injuries.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £234,806 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT The Golden Award was given to Kyra Women's Project, an organisation providing a range of support services for women around, trauma and recovery from abuse.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £166,894 TIR DEWI The Golden Award was given to Tir Dewi to reach out to farmers at events across Wales to promote the work of the organisation and to reduce isolation
23/03/2022 £20,000 £608,587 THE ORCHARD PROJECT The Golden Award was given to The Orchard Project to use 'fruit trees' as a means of connecting people to growing, utilising green spaces across the UK, to 'grow' their network, as well as using fruit to produce goods for sale.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £174,917 HIGH LEVEL (NORTHERN) TRUST The Golden Award was given to The High Level Northern Trust to support 100 people who experience loneliness and isolation through addiction.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £701,499 HARV DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES The Golden Award was given to HARV Domestic Abuse Services who work with those of all ages including the young, and especially those who are struggling to cope with emotional challenges given their circumstances.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £4,418,460 RACING WELFARE The Golden Award was given to Racing Welfare to help their elderly beneficiaries especially those suffering through prolonged isolation and loneliness.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £250,154 THE DUNDEE BAIRNS TRUST The Golden Award was given to Dundee Bairns who provide support for children who directly suffer as a consequence of poverty in Dundee.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £850,048 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ACROSS BORDERS (CFAB) The Golden Award was given to Children and Families Across Borders to help tell the story of young people affected by separation from parents / family.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £394,910 SEESAW - GRIEF SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN OXFORDSHIRE The Golden Award was given to SeeSaw to help create new training and website content by young people for young people, affected by bereavement.
23/03/2022 £20,000 MADLUG C.I.C The Golden Award was given to MadLug to pilot the creation of a new enterprise academy for young people in care.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £328,043 SELFA The Golden Award was given to Selfa to enable young people with disabilities to take part in an outdoors project.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £179,985 (MHDT) LONDON DEVELOPMENT TRUST The Golden Award was given to London Development Trust A young people's organisation in North London that seeks to empower young people by giving them a stronger and clearer voice.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £197,806 THE MAXWELL CENTRE The Golden Award was given to The Maxwell Centre who celebrate their 10th anniversary who have strong focus on supporting young people.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £257,097 INTEGRATE UK The Golden Award was given to Intergrate UK which is a youth organisation based in Bristol.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £361,069 ELGIN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT The Golden Award was given to Elgin Youth Development who offers a range of support and services to young people in the Elgin area. They look to develop a skills training model that will help prepare young people to take on a professional position in catering.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £1,171,134 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD The Golden Award was given to North Yorkshire Youth The project to help enable young people to access activities in the outdoors, to help develop new skills and improve communication and teamwork.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £135,392 OCEAN YOUTH TRUST - NORTH The Golden Award was given to Ocean Youth Trust North to give Young people the opportunity to take part in a voyage - from Hull
23/03/2022 £20,000 £200,526 FOREST SCHOOL CAMPS The Golden Award was given to Forest School Camps to help support young leaders through training and to hold a camp for people with disabilities and provide bursaries for campers from disadvantaged backgrounds.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £371,489 TOKKO YOUTH SPACE The Golden Award was given to Tokko who are looking to help young people in different ways engage and connect, especially following the covid pandemic.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £497,590 THE ECONOMIST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION The Golden Award was given to The Economist Foundation to create current affairs content for young people to engage with, digitally, within schools, at home and within the RankNet community.
23/03/2022 £20,000 RIO (REAL IDEAS ORGANISATION CIC) The Golden Award was given to Real Ideas Organistion to Co-design sensory immersive content for young people with complex learning needs.
23/03/2022 £20,000 PINEWOOD TRUST The Golden Award was given to Pinewood Trust who offer an important resource for many across the Hull community.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £100,294 SERVE ON The Golden Award was given to Serve On who volunteer as 'emergency and resilience' specialists for local, national or international incidents. Their Community Resilience Teams have been busy throughout Covid supporting local communities in many different ways.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £12,451 ESCAPE2MAKE The Golden Award was given to Escape2Make to enable young people from the project to make a film about young people in the local community. The project will upskills the participants, provide a new platform for the organisation to demonstrate its impact and create a short film to share with participants and potential funders.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £244,493 EQUALITY ACTION LIMITED The Golden Award was given to Eqality Action to create A 'The Apprentice' style project to enable young people to test their entrepreneurial, leadership and teamwork skills, in a fun and competitive way.
23/03/2022 £20,000 THE MAUNDY RELIEF TRUST The Golden Award was given to Maundy Relief who will run a project which will support 45 young people and will reduce isolation and loneliness.
23/03/2022 £20,000 RHUBARB FARM CIC The Golden Award was given to Rhubarb Farm to enable young people with disabilities to create a new, shared sensory space at the farm. A safe place, to meet up, develop confidence and improve communication and life skills.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £87,802 POOLE COMMUNITIES TRUST The Golden Award was given to Poole Communities to provide a range of youth activities in an area of multiple disadvantage.
23/03/2022 £20,000 PLYMOUTH PLAY CIC AND SCRAPSTORE The Golden Award was given to Plymouth Scrapstore to create A 'Play in a Box' project that will bring the community together, using play as a vehicle to help parents to build confidence, and children to develop skills in communication, and to celebrate a return of 'normal' community life.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £473,277 ALEXANDER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT The Golden Award was given to Alexander's Community Development who are a major provider of opportunities for young people, with the transition to trade programme.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £114,723 RELIGION MEDIA CENTRE The Golden Award was given to Religion Media Centre who addresses issues of religious literacy, raising awareness of 'faith matters' without any fixation on denomination or specific faith.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £344,824 THE GRIERSON TRUST The Golden Award was given to The Grierson Trust to promote opportunities for young people to work in the creative industries.
23/03/2022 £20,000 RETHINK FOOD CIC The Golden Award was given to Rethink Food CIC to roll out training modules on food, food poverty and nutrition, to schools across the U.K.
23/03/2022 £20,000 ST PAUL'S YOUTH FORUM The Golden Award was given to St Pauls Youth Forum to work with young people in Glasgow, looking to work in partnership with Raleigh and the Royal & Ancient to create new opportunities.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £522,815 PEOPLE AND WORK The Golden Award was given to People and Work to help young people and their families re-engage with learning and literacy, post-pandemic.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £538,829 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK The Golden Award was given to Ripon Community Link to provide education opportunities for people with disabilities
23/03/2022 £20,000 NIRDP The Golden Award was given to NIRDPP to create a story book for young children to help them to understand rare diseases / conditions.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £663,431 BRAINSTRUST The Golden Award was given to Brainstrust to help work with people with brain injuries or disease, helping them remain central to decision making about their life and future.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £850,987 EMMAUS OXFORD The Golden Award was given to Emmaus Oxford to furnish a new vocational garden workshop space, create a therapeutic and useful outdoor space and to run regular sessions to encourage their companions to repair, refurbish and 'upcycle' furniture through the rest of 2022.
23/03/2022 £20,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP) The Golden Award was given to Naturally North Coast and Glens to create a series of videos to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £566,529 WELCOME CHURCHES The Golden Award was given to Welcome Churches to hold a two day conference in the Autumn to welcome refugee Christians into the U.K. and the Christian community.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £912,787 THE JUNCTION 42 FOUNDATION The Golden Award was given to Junction 42 to help support people impacted by the criminal justice system.
23/03/2022 £20,000 £400,020 BRAVE CHURCH The Golden Award was given to Brave Church which helps the local community run a local football team, music and theatre workshops, creche and pre-school facilities. It has an ambition to do more especially for those struggling to cope with the consequences of poverty and isolation.
11/09/2020 £15,000 £451,418 FIRST GIVE To help adapt the delivery of programmes
11/09/2020 £3,500 DROPPOINT C.I.C. To support core costs
07/08/2020 £12,000 £305,623 PEOPLE AND WORK To support core costs
07/08/2020 £10,000 £5,877,731 THE MESSAGE TRUST To help adapt the delivery of new programmes
07/08/2020 £15,000 £1,887,639 BEANSTALK To cover lost income
10/07/2020 £30,000 £1,046,383 PROJECT TRUST To cover lost income
10/07/2020 £10,000 £700,976 CLUB HAMPSHIRE (BRENDONCARE CLUBS) To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £15,000 £786,480 KHULISA To support core costs
30/06/2020 £3,000 DUNDEE COMICS CREATIVE SPACE To adapt the delivery of new programmes as a response to COVID-19
30/06/2020 £20,000 £880,042 MAKING THE LEAP To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £25,000 £306,404 NEWINGTON DAY CENTRE To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £10,000 £600,382 SOFT TOUCH ARTS To support core costs
30/06/2020 £22,000 £694,878 FAITH IN COMMUNITY SCOTLAND / FAITH IN COMMUNITY DUNDEE PROJECT To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £6,600 £1,080,314 FRENFORD CLUBS To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £20,000 £399,526 YKIDS To support core costs
30/06/2020 £4,000 DRUM WORKS To cover lost income
30/06/2020 £20,000 £1,179,842 CLEAN BREAK THEATRE COMPANY To support core costs
30/06/2020 £20,000 THE MAUNDY RELIEF TRUST To cover lost income
19/06/2020 £15,000 £185,565 SHAPERCAPER To support core costs
19/06/2020 £10,000 £699,787 MILTON KEYNES SPECIAL NEEDS ADVANCEMENT PROJECT To cover lost income
19/06/2020 £15,000 £1,830,080 SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ACADEMY To adapt the delivery of programmes
19/06/2020 £20,000 £75,843 GREEN HOOK FISHING To cover lost income
19/06/2020 £20,000 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ACROSS BORDERS (CFAB) To support core costs
19/06/2020 £20,000 £466,571 HARV DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES To support core costs
05/06/2020 £20,000 CLYDESDALE COMMUNITY INITIATIVES To adapt the delivery of programmes
05/06/2020 £20,000 £202,203 ST. MICHAEL'S YOUTH PROJECT To cover lost income
29/05/2020 £8,000 £545,916 RECLAIM PROJECT LTD. To cover lost income
29/05/2020 £15,000 £1,277,825 BREAKING BARRIERS To support core costs
29/05/2020 £9,000 £625,796 CENTRE 63 CHURCH OF ENGLAND YOUTH CENTRE To cover lost income
22/05/2020 £10,000 £408,654 THE ENTHUSIASM TRUST To support core costs
22/05/2020 £25,000 £2,851,234 VENTURE TRUST To support core costs
22/05/2020 £23,000 £223,439 WHY ME? VICTIMS FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE To adapt the delivery of new programmes
22/05/2020 £10,000 £250,154 DUNDEE BAIRNS To adapt the delivery of new programmes
15/05/2020 £18,000 £1,054,413 MIND IN CAMDEN To support core costs
15/05/2020 £15,000 £479,092 SPACE2 LEEDS To support core costs
07/05/2020 £25,000 £1,113,070 BLACKPOOL CARERS' CENTRE (CARERS TRUST FYLDE COAST) To cover lost income
07/05/2020 £20,000 TREVI HOUSE To cover lost income
07/05/2020 £18,000 DISABILITY CORNWALL To support core costs
07/05/2020 £25,000 £809,581 ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY To cover lost income
07/05/2020 £10,000 £131,378 PRESS RED To support core costs
07/05/2020 £5,000 £165,470 MAXWELLTOWN INFORMATION CENTRE To help with the delivery of new programmes
07/05/2020 £15,000 PALADIN NATIONAL HIGH RISK STALKING ADVOCACY SERVICE To support core costs
07/05/2020 £6,000 £1,397,163 TOGETHER WOMEN PROJECT To help with the delivery of new programmes
30/04/2020 £18,000 £172,599 SERVE ON To cover lost income
24/04/2020 £25,000 £623,591 BRAINSTRUST To cover lost income
24/04/2020 £24,000 £1,517,243 MANCHESTER YOUTH ZONE (PREVIOUSLY THE FACTORY YOUTH ZONE) To support core costs
24/04/2020 £27,000 £1,059,882 TIM PARRY JOHNATHAN BALL PEACE FOUNDATION To support core costs
24/04/2020 £16,950 £59,406 MERSEY YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST - MYST To support the core costs
24/04/2020 £18,000 £390,297 THE ORCHARD PROJECT To support core costs
24/04/2020 £20,000 HORATIO'S GARDEN To support core costs
24/04/2020 £25,000 £9,006,362 ALABARE CHRISTIAN CARE CENTRES To cover lost income
24/04/2020 £15,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP) To help adapt delivery of current programmes
24/04/2020 £7,500 £34,802 BOSCO PLAYGROUP To cover lost income
17/04/2020 £20,000 £594,606 LAUNCH IT To cover lost income
17/04/2020 £20,000 £405,002 COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS NORTH WEST LTD To help in the delivery of new programmes
17/04/2020 £10,000 DEMENTIA ADVENTURE To cover lost income
17/04/2020 £15,600 £46,368 HULL YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST (HYST) To support core costs
17/04/2020 £20,000 CLEVELAND HOUSING ADVICE CENTRE To cover lost income
17/04/2020 £10,000 JAGS FOUNDATION To help adapt delivery of programmes
17/04/2020 £5,000 £3,376,820 CARITAS ANCHOR HOUSE To help with the delivery of new programmes
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Cumulative Grants
Amount Grantee
£65,000 THE MAUNDY RELIEF TRUST
£63,000 NEWINGTON DAY CENTRE
£61,904 BRAINSTRUST
£59,979 PROJECT TRUST
£49,874 WELCOME CHURCHES
£47,185 RIPON COMMUNITY LINK
£44,908 HARV DOMESTIC ABUSE SERVICES
£44,200 POOLE COMMUNITIES TRUST
£42,098 PEOPLE AND WORK
£41,186 WHY ME? VICTIMS FOR RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
£40,100 YKIDS
£40,000 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ACROSS BORDERS (CFAB)
£39,712 TOKKO YOUTH SPACE
£39,615 COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS NORTH WEST LTD
£39,500 ELGIN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
£38,000 TIR DEWI
£38,000 THE ORCHARD PROJECT
£38,000 SERVE ON
£35,000 THE OASIS CENTRE - CORNWALL
£35,000 MANCHESTER YOUTH ZONE (PREVIOUSLY THE FACTORY YOUTH ZONE)
£35,000 HIGH LEVEL (NORTHERN) TRUST
£34,570 ST. MICHAEL'S YOUTH PROJECT
£34,177 CLEVELAND HOUSING ADVICE CENTRE
£31,492 FIRST GIVE
£30,000 THE DUNDEE BAIRNS TRUST
£30,000 SEESAW - GRIEF SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN OXFORDSHIRE
£30,000 SAFELINE WARWICK
£29,500 WORCESTER SNOEZELEN CIO
£28,500 HORSEBACK UK
£27,000 TIM PARRY JOHNATHAN BALL PEACE FOUNDATION
£25,000 WOMEN'STEC
£25,000 VENTURE TRUST
£25,000 THE MAXWELL CENTRE
£25,000 THE JERICHO FOUNDATION
£25,000 LIVE MUSIC NOW
£25,000 FOOD TRAIN DUMFRIES
£25,000 ENCEPHALITIS SOCIETY
£25,000 EMPOWERMENT CHARITY LANCASHIRE
£25,000 BLACKPOOL CARERS' CENTRE (CARERS TRUST FYLDE COAST)
£25,000 ALABARE CHRISTIAN CARE CENTRES
£24,800 BRAVE CHURCH
£24,500 ARDOYNE YOUTH CLUB
£24,453 KYRA WOMEN'S PROJECT
£24,319 ETHOS - EXTENDING THE HAND OF SUPPORT
£23,000 EMMAUS OXFORD
£22,000 FAITH IN COMMUNITY SCOTLAND / FAITH IN COMMUNITY DUNDEE PROJECT
£21,500 DESTINED LTD
£21,283 BLACKBURN WITH DARWEN CARERS SERVICE LTD
£21,016 MERSEY YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST - MYST
£20,000 TREVI HOUSE
£20,000 THE JUNCTION 42 FOUNDATION
£20,000 THE GRIERSON TRUST
£20,000 THE ECONOMIST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
£20,000 THE ADVANTAGE FOUNDATION LTD
£20,000 ST PAUL'S YOUTH FORUM
£20,000 SELFA
£20,000 RETHINK FOOD CIC
£20,000 RELIGION MEDIA CENTRE
£20,000 RACING WELFARE
£20,000 RIO (REAL IDEAS ORGANISATION CIC)
£20,000 RHUBARB FARM CIC
£20,000 PLYMOUTH PLAY CIC AND SCRAPSTORE
£20,000 PINEWOOD TRUST
£20,000 PEEK
£20,000 OXFORD HUB
£20,000 OCEAN YOUTH TRUST - NORTH
£20,000 NORTH YORKSHIRE YOUTH LTD
£20,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP)
£20,000 NIRDP
£20,000 MEMORY MATTERS SW CIC
£20,000 MAKING THE LEAP
£20,000 MADLUG C.I.C
£20,000 LAUNCH IT
£20,000 INTEGRATE UK
£20,000 HORATIO'S GARDEN
£20,000 HORATIO'S GARDEN
£20,000 GREEN HOOK FISHING
£20,000 FOREST SCHOOL CAMPS
£20,000 ESCAPE2MAKE
£20,000 EQUALITY ACTION LIMITED
£20,000 CRE8 MACCLESFIELD
£20,000 CLYDESDALE COMMUNITY INITIATIVES
£20,000 CLEAN BREAK THEATRE COMPANY
£20,000 CHILDREN AND FAMILIES ACROSS BORDERS (CFAB)
£20,000 BACK ON THE MAP
£20,000 ALEXANDER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
£20,000 (MHDT) LONDON DEVELOPMENT TRUST
£19,754 RETHINK FOOD CIC
£19,034 TIR COED
£18,200 HULL FC RUGBY COMMUNITY SPORT AND EDUCATION FOUNDATION
£18,000 STILTSKIN ARTS & THEATRE CIC
£18,000 MIND IN CAMDEN
£18,000 EXETER COMMUNITY INITIATIVES
£18,000 DUNDEE AND ANGUS ADHD SUPPORT GROUP
£18,000 DISABILITY CORNWALL
£17,257 ELDERTREE BEFRIENDING
£17,204 RHUBARB FARM CIC
£16,000 DRUM WORKS
£15,726 HEXHAM YOUTH INITIATIVE
£15,600 HULL YOUTH SUPPORT TRUST (HYST)
£15,000 THE PARENT ROOMS
£15,000 THE ENTHUSIASM TRUST
£15,000 TAKE A PART CIO
£15,000 STOMPING GROUNDS FOREST SCHOOL NORTH EAST CIC
£15,000 SPACE2 LEEDS
£15,000 SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ACADEMY
£15,000 SHAPERCAPER
£15,000 PLYMOUTH PLAY CIC AND SCRAPSTORE
£15,000 PALADIN NATIONAL HIGH RISK STALKING ADVOCACY SERVICE
£15,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP)
£15,000 KHULISA
£15,000 JENNYRUTH WORKSHOPS LTD
£15,000 INTEREST LINK BORDERS
£15,000 DAYLIGHT CENTRE FELLOWSHIP
£15,000 DISABILITY HUNTINGDONSHIRE
£15,000 BREAKING BARRIERS
£15,000 BEANSTALK
£14,000 YUSUF YOUTH INITIATIVE
£13,825 GREEN HIVE - ALSO KNOWN AS NAIRN RIVER ENTERPRISE
£13,286 B:FRIEND
£13,278 THE TURNAROUND PROJECT
£12,975 FIRSTLIGHT TRUST
£12,735 CREATIVE SUSTAINABILITY CIC
£12,500 PERFORMING ROOM
£12,500 LINDLEY EDUCATIONAL TRUST
£11,800 Y SIOP FACH SERO CIC
£11,776 SHOTTON PARTNERSHIP 2000 LTD
£11,725 THE MUSTARD TREE FOUNDATION (READING) - STARTING POINT PROJECT
£11,718 VIEW (DOVE) LTD
£11,000 LUTON WOMEN'S AID, KNOWN AS WOMEN'S AID IN LUTON (WAIL)
£10,000 MUSICALL
£10,000 THE MESSAGE TRUST
£10,000 SOFT TOUCH ARTS
£10,000 PRESS RED
£10,000 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP)
£10,000 MILTON KEYNES SPECIAL NEEDS ADVANCEMENT PROJECT
£10,000 JAGS FOUNDATION
£10,000 FAITHWORKS WESSEX
£10,000 DUNDEE UNITED COMMUNITY TRUST
£10,000 DORSET MIND
£10,000 DEMENTIA ADVENTURE
£10,000 CLUB HAMPSHIRE (BRENDONCARE CLUBS)
£9,936 CREATE PAISLEY
£9,871 SPACE2
£9,130 DEVON AND CORNWALL FURNITURE REUSE PROJECT LTD
£9,000 CENTRE 63 CHURCH OF ENGLAND YOUTH CENTRE
£8,317 VOLUNTEER ACTION SHETLAND
£8,000 RECLAIM PROJECT LTD.
£7,500 BOSCO PLAYGROUP
£6,600 FRENFORD CLUBS
£6,435 PLYMOUTH SOCIAL ENTERPRISE NETWORK (PSEN)
£6,000 TOGETHER WOMEN PROJECT
£5,900 BORROW DON'T BUY
£5,000 B:FRIEND
£5,000 REACHING HIGHER
£5,000 QUARANTINE
£5,000 LAUNCH IT TRUST DUNDEE
£5,000 HELPING HANDS COMMUNITY PROJECT
£5,000 CIRCLE SCOTLAND CIC
£5,000 CARITAS ANCHOR HOUSE
£5,000 AGE WELL EAST
£4,800 THE ADVANTAGE FOUNDATION LTD
£4,700 PLYMOUTH HOPE
£4,201 THE LONDON IRISH CENTRE
£4,175 NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS (FORMERLY BALLYCASTLE TOWN MARKET GROUP)
£4,000 PERFORMING ROOM
£4,000 LIFESPACE TRUST
£3,520 COMMON WHEEL
£3,500 YOUR PLACE (LONDON) LTD
£3,500 STOMPING GROUNDS FOREST SCHOOL NORTH EAST CIC
£3,500 DROPPOINT C.I.C.
£3,000 WHITEFIELD YOUTH ASSOCIATION
£3,000 PRAMDEPOT
£3,000 DUNDEE COMICS CREATIVE SPACE
£2,641 CIRCULAR COMMUNITIES CYMRU CIC (FORMALLY CIRCULAR ECONOMY WALES CIC)
£2,500 THE WASHINGTON GROUP
£2,500 ST JOHN'S PARISH MOIRA (LOGIC)
£2,500 BRECON & DISTRICT MIND
£2,200 GIFTED WOMEN
£2,050 IRIDESCENT IDEAS
£2,000 CREATIVE SUSTAINABILITY CIC
£1,977 KISSING IT BETTER
£1,500 BASSETLAW FOOD BANK
£1,400 MULBERRY COMMUNITY PROJECT
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