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Grants & Impacts Statement

Total grants made: £137,612
8 Charities Supported
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Growth in spending per annum (5 years)
UN Sustainable Development Goals supported

Comment: Impact data is encouraging with 75% of those completing the Spear programme typically ceasing to be NEET within 12 months. After the launch of their online programme, Resurgo's first online cohort started to achieve EET outcomes at similar levels to what pre-pandemic programmes were achieving in their first months. Due to the unexpected onset of the pandemic, the data shows cohorts completing a ....more

  • 12 People enrolling in Spear Programme
  • 80% Proportion completing the programme
  • 7 People who cease to be Not in Education, Employment, or Training (NEET)

  • Comment: High quality educational workshops in their main programme have given students an in-depth awareness of environmental issues teachers may be unable to provide, and which they can share with friends and family. Core behavioural changes in young people are where they primarily measure impact and their hopes are that by instilling values in nature and conservation, young people will cause ....more

  • 17 Youth Ambassador projects delivered
  • 24 Individual actions that help the environment in local communities
  • 15 Workshops delivered
  • 83 Students participating in WildED Workshops
  • Contributed to Residential Camps held
  • 6 Students attending
  • 14 Individual actions that demonstrate key skills attainment by participants
  • 19 Individual actions demonstrating learning about environmental issues
  • 19 Student-led environmental change projects complete
  • 73% Participants now aware how their behaviour impacts the environment
  • 58% Participants developing skills they need to tackle environmental issues
  • 65% Participants with increased knowledge of career opportunities in the environmental sector

  • Comment: Pregnant women in the prison system and community groups that use Birth Companions services may have to deal with multiple issues, coming from a range of disadvantaged backgrounds. Though these challenges are significant, data collected through surveys consistently indicates the charity is providing high levels of practical support and guidance to a growing number of women. This not only adds ....more

  • 11 Women supported in prisons and the community
  • 5 Women supported in the community
  • Contributed to Women supported in prisons
  • Contributed to Women supported during the birth of their babies
  • Contributed to Women supported during separation from their babies
  • 1 Women attending antenatal classes in the community
  • 3 Women receiving essential practical items for pregnancy and their babies

  • Comment: Volunteering efforts to recycle plastic pollution from beaches have enabled them to increase the amount of recycled waste per tonne year-on-year. This core outcome is the basis for growth in their other positive outcomes including the momentum to engage with parliament that saw a reduction of plastic use in Westminster and their movement into urban communities.

  • Contributed to Weeks of Digital Ocean School delivered
  • 23 Beach cleans organised
  • 945 Volunteers participating in beach cleans
  • 20 Schools working towards going single use plastic free
  • 131 Average weekly participants
  • 1,336 Kgs of plastic and litter removed

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    Comment: Continuing studies conducted by Cranfield and Oxford University to measure sand dam water yield have shown promise, with one community abstracting over 90,000 litres from one sand dam in a month. This has the potential to change the lives of those who face the struggles of poverty in Africa as the overall cost across programmes to provide clean and sustainable water to just one person long term ....more

  • Contributed to New sand dams built
  • Contributed to New school water tanks
  • 338 Beneficiaries gaining clean water from sand dams
  • 142 Beneficiaries gaining clean water from school water tanks

  • Comment: Evaluations have shown over 90% of students that work with The Access Project come from disadvantaged backgrounds but are significantly more likely to apply and receive offers from top third most selective universities, than if they weren't supported by the programme. Surveys measuring the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures on students education have shown a proportionately ....more

  • 4 Students receiving tutorials and application support (from all year groups)
  • 7 Volunteer tutors
  • Contributed to Y13 Students going to selective universities
  • 57% Percentage of total Y13 cohort going to selective universities
  • * Data for Outputs and Outcomes is adjusted to reflect the size of each donation