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Greater London Authority

(Registered Charity No: GB-LAE-GLA)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
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Over the last five years they've made 375 significant donations to registered charities totalling £42,286,161

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
30/09/2019 £15,774 THE CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS 5 TCV 60th Anniversary Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £19,525 THAMES CHASE TRUST 5 Thames Chase Community Tree Nursery Project
30/09/2019 £5,760 THE DULWICH PARK FRIENDS 1 Dulwich Park Community Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £10,000 TREES FOR CITIES 5 Jolly's Green Community Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £6,230 THE LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST 5 Upper Norwood Recreation Ground Tree Planting
30/09/2019 £17,682 THE TREE COUNCIL 2 Trees & Hedges for Healthier Lives
30/09/2019 £8,900 THAMES CHASE TRUST 5 The Chase Nature Reserve Hedges for Wildlife and Connectivity - Phase II
30/09/2019 £15,540 ALEXANDRA PARK AND PALACE 2 Alexandra Park – heritage and biodiversity planting scheme
30/09/2019 £40,500 TREES FOR CITIES 5 Beckton District Park South Woodland Creation
30/09/2019 £50,000 TREES FOR CITIES 5 Goodmayes Park Woodland Creation
30/09/2019 £17,500 TREES FOR CITIES 5 Barley Lane Community Tree Planting
28/02/2019 £12,000 You Press Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £12,004 THE TRAVELLER MOVEMENT 5 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £11,758 THE ROYAL ASSOCIATION FOR DEAF PEOPLE 3 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £12,000 ADVANCE ADVOCACY AND NON-VIOLENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION 3 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £10,000 VOLUNTEER CENTRE KENSINGTON & CHELSEA 5 Voice in Volunteering This project will support volunteers aged 16-20 over the course of a year to develop skills, knowledge in the fields of communications, media, and the arts. Young people will help deliver the VC's communications strategy, ensuring young people have a voice in volunteering whilst creating links within the media industry and sharing their media knowledge with older volunteers to promote digital inclusion.
28/02/2019 £10,000 TREES FOR CITIES 5 Buzzin' A nature-based volunteering programme that will work with 2 cohorts of young people for 6 months each. Young people will be trained in bee keeping skills and will volunteer at the community garden. Participants will develop entrepreneurial skills, making beauty and wellbeing products to sell at local markets e.g scented candles and lip balms.
28/02/2019 £10,000 INNOVATIVE VISION ORGANISATION 1 Tottenham Young Volunteers Building on a previous pilot project - this project will offer training and volunteering opportunities for young people. Opportunities will include intergenerational activities such as IT and basic computer lessons for the elderly, dance classes for young people and dance and movement exercise for the elderly.
28/02/2019 £11,999 HOPSCOTCH ASIAN WOMEN'S CENTRE 3 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £12,000 Black Out UK Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £11,830 Young Europeans Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £11,620 THE SALMON YOUTH CENTRE IN BERMONDSEY 4 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £11,956 REFUGEES IN EFFECTIVE AND ACTIVE PARTNERSHIP 1 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £50,000 SKYWAY CHARITY 7 Social Action Taskforce Young people from Hackney and Southwark will collaborate to design and lead their own social action activities and workshops based on what they identify as local need. They will be supported to fundraise for the activities, encourage others to take part as well as collaborate with organisations in the local community.
28/02/2019 £50,000 TENDER EDUCATION AND ARTS 9 Tender Healthy Relationships Working with 3 established youth settings young people will be recruited by Tender to take part in a 10 week programme in their youth setting which provides interactive arts based activities to help participants to understand, identify and avoid domestic and sexual abuse. They will then use the skills and knowledge gained to design a social action project to prevent unhealthy relationships and promote help seeking.
28/02/2019 £41,230 CARERS OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM 6 Young Carers Ambassadors Programme Young carers will be supported to become volunteer ambassadors in the community taking part in social action in their schools, at local fun days and with their local dementia service. They will also act as buddies to younger carers whilst receiving training, mentoring and coaching.
28/02/2019 £11,999 DIVERSITY LIVING SERVICES (DLS) 2 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
28/02/2019 £7,852 LEADERS IN COMMUNITY 2 Saturday Social Young people will prepare and share a weekly meal, identify ways in which their areas could be improved, discuss ideas of importance and devise social action and volunteering activities or campaigns to address them.
28/02/2019 £9,667 CARERS SUPPORT MERTON 4 Caring and Committed Increasing the levels of participation of young carers in the service by developing a fully operational representative committee of young carers to champion and promote the service and a buddy scheme to support newly identified carers.
28/02/2019 £9,800 PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUNG LONDON 5 #Flip it Young people from the children in care council will create a youth-led asset based social media campaign profiling the positive contribution of young Londoners. Participants will take part in campaigning, leadership and public speaking workshops whilst engaging with young people across London on their campaign.
28/02/2019 £9,852 CARAS COMMUNITY ACTION FOR REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS LTD 4 Tooting Plus! A project enabling young asylum seekers to take their first steps in volunteering in their new community, supported by their more experienced peers. The new cohort of volunteers will work with the previous years to deliver activities such as co-leading volunteer training sessions, a specific programme for girls' group, and cofacilitating mental health workshops. The second part of this project will see 10 participants of mixed experience build volunteering relationships with local organisations.
28/02/2019 £10,000 BREADWINNERS FOUNDATION 2 Risers - Life Changing Volunteering for Young Refugees A two-month programme run 4 times a year, supporting young refugees (16-20 years old) and those seeking asylum in London to gain volunteering work experience on market stall selling bread whilst also receiving training and mentoring.
28/02/2019 £12,000 SISTAH SPACE (SANCTUARY) 1 Citizen-Led is a peer research project designed to enhance engagement with communities whose voice and influence over public policy has previously been unheard. 
31/12/2018 £240,000 A NEW DIRECTION LONDON LIMITED 4 To enable young people to be trained in the essential technical and soft skills required for the delivery of a successful tech startup
31/12/2018 £116,153 KAZZUM ARTS PROJECT 3 The Build programme will work with Key Stage 3 and 4 students, using trauma-informed practice and creative processes to develop participant’s ability to make positive choices. This approach will increase the emotional literacy and communication skills of vulnerable young people through the introduction of pyscho-education and restorative approaches to increase participant’s capacity for self-reflection, problem solving and reducing the risk of engagement in criminal activity.
31/12/2018 £149,217 OASIS COMMUNITY HUB : WATERLOO 3 Connected will improve the self-worth, skills, experiences and role within the community of 580 at risk young people who live in Lambeth and Southwark. Offering young people practical skill-based workshops, a range of onsite and offsite after school programmes which focus on developing the softer skills, regular one to one personalised support and opportunities to gain professional experience in a range of sectors.
31/12/2018 £96,465 THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR BLIND CHILDREN 7 Inclusive Vision will support 180 visually impaired children and young people living in West and South London at risk of social exclusion to improve their emotional and mental health, develop the practical skills to lead independent and fulfilling lives and become active participants in their local communities.
31/12/2018 £148,657 CENTREPOINT SOHO 7 The Art of the Possible project will employ an Artist in Residence to work with homeless young people aged 16-21 in boroughs across London. Co-producing a calendar of arts activities with young people and resulting in art being exhibited and performed at an annual celebration event with the expectation that those that take part will also engage in other learning opportunities at Centrepoint to raise their aspirations and realise their potential.
31/12/2018 £105,000 REACHING HIGHER 5 City Listeners will support young people aged 12-18 identified as being ‘at risk’ with therapeutic mentors, 1:1 sessions and group workshops to build key life skills. Aiming to engage and support young people towards positive pathways providing them with a support network for a better, sustainable future.
31/12/2018 £149,296 THE AHOY CENTRE 7 All Aboard will provide a programme of activities that will help 84 young people in Greenwich, Lewisham and Southwark at risk of exclusion/offending make positive life choices. Attending once a week on Saturday for up to two years, they will participate in water-side and dry-side sporting and creative activities; personal development/employability training workshops; one-to-one mentoring support and a fortnightly Peer Support Group.
31/12/2018 £117,930 YMCA THAMES GATEWAY 3 Fuller Futures will employ a full-time youth worker with a therapeutic specialty to lead on delivering 1:1 and group trauma-informed support for young people to enable them to form secure attachments with no barriers of any form of statutory therapeutic provision. They will deliver training to staff and volunteers and lead on outreach work locally in Woolwich and Thamesmead town centres and schools.
31/12/2018 £141,000 AMBITION, ASPIRE, ACHIEVE 2 Breaking Out focuses on engaging young people between 10 and 14, who are experiencing multiple problems and their behaviour and attitude are causing serious concern and putting them on a road to social exclusion, criminality and involvement in gangs. Offering each individual the opportunity to consider, understand and change their current situation themselves and follow a positive and sustainable route towards future education, training and employment, contributing positively to their family and community.
31/12/2018 £148,960 CIRCLE COMMUNITY LTD 7 Circle Get Employed PLUS will unlock the potential in young people at risk of social exclusion or involvement in criminal activity across Lewisham. Through tailored, individual programmes of structured work experience, confidence-building workshops, CV and interview skill training, the project aims to get young people into permanent, high-quality work that changes the trajectory of their lives.
31/12/2018 £150,000 Construction Youth Trust Constructing Communities will work with six cohorts of young people aged 15-21 in Barking & Dagenham who are at risk of exclusion and/or have been involved in criminal activity. Participants will plan a practical community project (e.g. building benches for a community garden, redecorating a community centre), with structured support from the team and construction employers. Aiming to increase young people’s self-esteem, encourage positive interaction with their community and improve job readiness; participants will be supported with further training and employment opportunities
31/12/2018 £149,109 LEWISHAM REFUGEE AND MIGRANT NETWORK 8 Refugee, asylum seeking and migrant children and young people will be provided legal and practical advice and support to claim asylum/regularise immigration, access accommodation, volunteering and/or employment opportunities.
31/12/2018 £150,000 SYNERGY THEATRE PROJECT 7 Synergy Young People’s Programme will reduce the risk factors that lead to young people falling into crime through a combination of bespoke theatre productions and follow up creative activity to promote awareness and behaviour change in approximately 6000 at risk young people. The project will uniquely utilise ex-offenders as actors and facilitators directly engaging with those hardest to reach, and work closely with cross-sector partners.
31/12/2018 £147,516 EAST LONDON ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TRAINING 6 Connected Youth is a reengagement programme for young East Londoners aged 14-21 who are at risk of exclusion and have not yet succeeded within mainstream education settings due to SEND or other additional needs. Providing a holistic package including wraparound support and one-to-one mentoring which continues as young people progress from taster sessions to formal training or work experience - supporting them to achieve concrete positive outcomes.
31/12/2018 £150,000 Hyde Charitable Trust HYPE is a hyper local, multi-agency, asset-based approach to working with and for at risk young people on Stockwell Gardens and Kennington Park Estates and is part of a wider sustainable place-based programme. It will focus on youth led /co-designed activities that meet the emerging needs of local young people, be closely aligned to Lambeth ‘public health’ solutions to tackle youth violence/ crime through multi-agency working and be evidence led building on research that young people need more consistent support be able to navigate services available to them from a trusted adult
31/12/2018 £149,880 KEY4LIFE CIO 6 Key4Life will unlock the potential of young Londoners through a range of interventions including intensive weekly support for young males released from prison and those who are at risk in the community, training ex-offender role models to broker positive discussions between young people and the police and delivering youth-led assemblies and workshops at London schools.
31/12/2018 £685,578 NEW HORIZON YOUTH CENTRE 13 The Youth Outreach Project is a holistic, intensive programme delivered across custody and the community, addressing the needs of young people at risk, involved in and impacted by gangs and serious youth violence. This project addresses the underlying and unmet mental health needs of this group and will provide support to the 'important people' in their lives. It will take a dual approach to addressing both practical issues like housing and employment as well as emotional and mental health issues, delivered in locations where young people find it possible to meaningfully engage.
31/12/2018 £135,309 SHPRESA PROGRAMME 7 Shpresa will recruit 30 young people per year from the Albanian speaking community in London and will empower them to take on 'champion' roles in either healthy relationships, sport or heritage. Champions will each develop a programme of activities and presentations using their own experiences to inform the content and share these with other young people at schools and community organisations.
31/12/2018 £149,139 YOUTH ACTION ALLIANCE 2 The Market gives opportunities for young people with offending histories to access employment. Working creatively and collaboratively on three market stalls will provide 16-21-year olds not only with work but the chance to become entrepreneurial and test out their business ideas. Providing a combination of skills development, support, professional guidance, and training.
31/12/2018 £149,778 BODY AND SOUL 7 Transforming Adversity will work with young people aged 10-21 living across London who are living with or affected by HIV. This group is usually at high risk of exclusion or involvement in criminal activity, is affected by a complex and stigmatising health conditions and has been exposed to a high number of adverse childhood experiences. Providing an integrated, holistic and transformative service to improve the health, wellbeing and connectivity of this vulnerable population, reducing the risk of their exclusion or involvement in criminal activity.
31/12/2018 £120,000 IGNITE TRUST 4 The Detached Youth Work and Prison Pathway Project will provide support and guidance to vulnerable young men in Harrow aged 15-21 who are involved in the criminal justice system or affiliated with gangs. An additional specialist gangs’ worker will engage some of the hardest to reach young people through detached youth work and 1:1 prison mentoring, helping them to make positive choices and transform their lives for the better.
31/12/2018 £150,000 KINGSTON CARERS' NETWORK 7 Young Carers Achieve will deliver a range of interventions to support young carers who are at risk of exclusion from school and isolation from their peers. Running in-school lunch clubs to provide one-to-one and peer support for young carers within schools as well as helping schools set up their own in-school support and providing advocacy for young carers who are struggling to cope with school and caring.
31/12/2018 £114,688 PLIAS RESETTLEMENT LTD 5 Youth Works aims to support BAME young people, aged 16-21 who either have a criminal record or are at risk of offending to support their resettlement and reduce the risks associated with re-offending. Providing wraparound support via personalised casework and dedicated mentor engagement to help participants move into education, training and employment and signpost/refer them to appropriate community services and specialist agencies.
31/12/2018 £149,515 THE ACCESS TO SPORTS PROJECT 1 Nex Gen is aimed at young people living on 3 large ‘hotspot’, housing estates Andover, Marquess and Mayville. Led by Access to Sports with a variety of partners it will deliver a targeted/comprehensive programme of youth-work, sporting activities, training/education to support young people at risk of criminal activity to achieve positive outcomes, engage better with existing services and reduce community tension.
31/12/2018 £145,937 YOUNG ROOTS 6 Action to Grow will run two weekly English language focussed peer support mentoring programmes and two weekly English Language focussed social learning groups for young refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants in Brent. The project will reduce their social isolation, enable them to develop communication and social skills and increase their confidence, resilience and wellbeing, decreasing the risk of them being socially excluded or involved in criminal activity.
31/12/2018 £240,000 A NEW DIRECTION LONDON LIMITED 4 To enable young people to be trained in the essential technical and soft skills required for the delivery of a successful tech startup
31/12/2018 £25,000 KINGSTON VOLUNTARY ACTION 1 The data pilot will work with the refugee and migrant sector to build on streams of work and strong links between the Communities and Social Policy unit at the GLA and the refugee and migrant sector. We aim for this pilot programme to capture learning, which can then be assessed, adapted where necessary and applied to different civil society sectors in future years.
31/12/2018 £44,489 APPLECARTLIVE LTD 2 INSIDE OUT is a film project promoting positive identity and social justice through storytelling, to encourage, empower and mentor young men who are surrounded by gang culture and crime. Mentored by leading professionals in the Film Industry, the short will be written by young men in a young offenders institution and produced and filmed by those known to be at risk of offending, re-offending in the London Borough of Newham.
31/12/2018 £140,112 ART AGAINST KNIVES 5 The Creative Studio will provide a consistent programme of creative activity and specialist support for young people at risk of exclusion or involvement in criminal activity. Open all year round, the empty shop unit will transform into a community nail bar, music studio, and creative studio space. Ensuring it becomes part of participants’ everyday community life, providing creative space to intervene early, foster trust and engagement, and enable them to learn, lead, thrive and decide independently.
31/12/2018 £146,464 BANG EDUTAINMENT 7 NoLimitz is an evidence-based youth crime diversion programme which delivers to 75 young people aged 10-13 in Brent, with a focus on shifting them away from the risk factors associated with knife and other violent crime.
31/12/2018 £149,240 CROYDON VOLUNTARY ACTION 4 CROYDON: ONE POSTCODE supports young people to take the lead in challenging youth violence, using social action to bring them together around a programme of issue-based and personal development activities and developing this as a platform for relationship building between young people and the Metropolitan Police Service.
31/12/2018 £858,107 HIGH TREES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST 5 Building Young Brixton (BYB) is a Lambeth based partnership of 6 local youth, community and education specialists, working together to provide a multifaceted service for young people affected by social and financial disadvantages, risk of exclusion and gang involvement across Brixton Town Centre Wards. Delivering place-based interventions and projects, we support young people to improve outcomes in 6 areas, providing them with key building blocks to support them to become successful, confident and civically engaged individuals: developing social and emotional capabilities; improving engagement in education; preparing for employment and careers; supporting mental well-being; developing positive relationships; increasing civic participation.
31/12/2018 £146,722 LIFELINE COMMUNITY PROJECTS 1 Standing TALL aims to engage young people at-risk of exclusion and involvement in criminal activity with opportunities to improve wellbeing, resilience and meaningful engagement in school and the community. Providing creative music workshops, mentoring and extracurricular activities that take young people out of their comfort zones, linking them with trusted role models to find vision, identity and purpose.
31/12/2018 £150,000 REDTHREAD YOUTH LIMITED 7 The Well Centre delivers one-to-one youth work and integrated, holistic health support to young people at risk of involvement in criminal activity. Empowering young people to fulfil their potential by encouraging the adoption of healthy behaviours and coping mechanisms, developing personal resilience and inspiring young people to make positive choices.
30/11/2018 £11,950 THE BROMLEY BY BOW CENTRE 7 BBBC Community Solar
30/11/2018 £12,000 Seeds for Growth 1 Team London small grant 2018-19 - social integration
30/11/2018 £87,840 School of Hard Knocks 4 SOHK for Schools – Changing Lives, Creating Futures To provide rugby lessons and personal mentoring to cohorts of 25 pupils at risk of exclusion or low educational attainment. Improving educational attainment through improved behaviour, punctuality and attendance. Full-contact rugby teaches discipline, confidence and emotional regulation. Mentoring will include group sessions following the SOHK curriculum and one-to-one sessions.
30/11/2018 £128,940 Pan Intercultural Arts 7 The Weapon of Choice Theatre Project will provide transformative, creative activities for 75 of London's young people excluded from mainstream schooling or at risk of social exclusion and criminal activity. Weekly drama-based sessions will enable participants to explore routes and behaviours enabling more positive futures. They will perform to other young people to encourage them to find positive solutions to potentially violent social situations.
30/11/2018 £149,250 ST GILES TRUST 14 Be WISE will deliver credible, consistent and holistic work with the young people to address their specific needs, building on a small pilot service. Working alongside employment services, St Giles Trust’s London SOS gang exit/youth violence service and wide range of established partners, it will enable young people to make progress in education, training and employment and build a positive crime free future.
30/11/2018 £12,000 THE HEBE FOUNDATION (SOUTH LONDON) 3 Team London small grant 2018-19 - social integration
31/10/2018 £64,253 The Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) 7 We will use sport to address the exclusion & disadvantage faced by visually impaired (VI) young people (YP), piloting a model that will reduce isolation, increase community engagement by enhancing the capacity of local youth organisations to include VI YP in their wider provision.
31/10/2018 £64,352 THE HOLLOWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD GROUP 2 In partnership with 5 grassroots women's organisations in north Islington, we will use sporting activities in community venues to bring Black Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women together. They will be supported to access mainstream services, and community cohesion will be facilitated through social activities and events.
31/10/2018 £10,000 Seeds for Growth 1 Volunteers from across the Isle of Dogs will improve and maintain front gardens for elderly tennants and residents
31/10/2018 £30,000 LONDON GYPSIES AND TRAVELLERS 6 Research to support development of a proposal for introducing negotiated stopping in London. This should help to manage unauthorised developments in London.
31/10/2018 £10,000 FAITHS FORUM FOR LONDON 1 Young people aged 13-18 from faith communities in 6 London Boroughs who want to help improve the local green environment are matched with a volunteer aged 60+ from a different faith background
31/10/2018 £10,000 Faiths Forum for London 1 Young people aged 13-18 from faith communities in 6 London Boroughs who want to help improve the local green environment are matched with a volunteer aged 60+ from a different faith background
31/10/2018 £10,000 Seeds for Growth 1 Volunteers from across the Isle of Dogs will improve and maintain front gardens for elderly tennants and residents
31/10/2018 £104,920 The Change Foundation 3 London Futures is an employability programme for young Londoners with learning disabilities & mental health problems, facing loneliness & social isolation. Using sport & specialised mentoring, these young Londoners unite to compete in employability challenges to improve their career aspirations & become more integrated in their communities.
31/10/2018 £131,088 GROUNDWORK LONDON 5 TOTTENHAM SILVER SPORTS: We will create activity hubs in Sheltered Housing Schemes in Tottenham bringing residents and non-residents together through sports in order to reduce isolation, improve health & happiness. The project will be co-produced with beneficiaries. Peer support and training will ensure its sustainability.
31/10/2018 £12,000 FAITHS FORUM FOR LONDON 1 Team London small grant 2018-19 - social integration
31/10/2018 £12,000 The Bike Project 12 Team London small grant 2018-19 - social integration
31/10/2018 £30,000 London Gypsies and Travellers 6 Research to support development of a proposal for introducing negotiated stopping in London. This should help to manage unauthorised developments in London.
31/10/2018 £10,000 Autus 3 20 volunteers with experience of participation in democracy from public, private and third sectors, will work with 20 autistic young people to increase their knowledge and understanding of democracy
31/10/2018 £10,000 Autus 3 20 volunteers with experience of participation in democracy from public, private and third sectors, will work with 20 autistic young people to increase their knowledge and understanding of democracy
31/10/2018 £90,000 SkyWay Charity 7 Community Sports Coaches To improve the life chances of young people aged 15+ identified as being ‘at risk’ of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour or crime. Participants will receive training and qualifications in multi-sports and facilitation so that they can become independent Community Sports Coaches who arrange and deliver sports activities in the local community.
31/10/2018 £12,000 Autus 3 Team London small grant 2018-19 - social integration
31/10/2018 £140,671 Headliners (UK) #Unfiltered will give young people with special educational needs the opportunity to carve out a safe space for themselves within schools and alternative education provision to tackle some of the underlying vulnerabilities that often lead this cohort into criminal activity. The project will use media and journalism tools to support those who feel trapped by their situation to engage debate about the barriers in their lives, explore the risks of involvement in crime, raise aspirations and identify areas for breakthrough in their lives.
31/10/2018 £30,000 LONDON GYPSIES AND TRAVELLERS 6 Research to support development of a proposal for introducing negotiated stopping in London. This should help to manage unauthorised developments in London.
30/09/2018 £139,130 Croydon Voluntary Action 4 This project releases the untapped potential of sport as a driver for change in refugee communities. Participants will be equipped with key life-skills through volunteering and trained in community outreach to engage people from their community in partnerships between refugee organisations and mainstream sports providers that aid social integration
30/09/2018 £90,000 Snow Camp 3 Snow-Camp was founded in 2003 by Dan Charlish whilst working for a community development project in Stockwell, South London. Recognising the potential of using an alternative environment as a means to challenge and support the young people he was working with. Dan, with a passionate and skilled staff team have driven the charity forward to support more than 9,000 youth-at-risk to date. Programmes have developed from an annual ski trip to an accredited journey of courses held at UK Snow Centres including the First Tracks, Graduate, Excel and Apprenticeship Programmes incorporating life-skills training, accredited qualifications, work placements and employment opportunities.
30/09/2018 £124,750 The Tech Partnership 0 ???? Email to Aisha Khan
30/09/2018 £88,917 ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL FOUNDATION 2 To help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime.
30/09/2018 £79,753 THE KNIGHTS YOUTH CENTRE 3 To help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime.
30/09/2018 £90,000 SkyWay Charity 7 The key aim of our project is to improve the life chances of disadvantaged children and young people in Hackney - with a focus on supporting those identified as being ‘at risk’ of becoming involved in anti -social behaviour or crime. Young people aged 15+ will receive training and qualifications in multi-sports and facilitation so that they can become independent Community Sports Coaches who arrange and deliver sports activities in the local community for young people aged 10-21 years old
30/09/2018 £30,000 ARCA GENERATION 2 Through the provision of recreational and educational activities, the support of qualified professionals and a relationship with the local police, this project will support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and those who are at risk, or involved in gangs. We have been working with a large group of young people for 5 years, we have identified their passions and struggles, and we are now better equipped and connected to be able to meet their needs. Activities will include: football (both recreational and competitive), singing, employability training, tutoring, educational workshops and trips, mentoring, counselling, leadership training, volunteering and police collaboration.
30/09/2018 £905,000 LONDON SPORT 2 To enable London Sport to recruit Commuity Engagement Officer and deliver Community Engagement Programme
30/09/2018 £90,000 LEWISHAM YOUTH THEATRE LTD 5 To help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime.
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