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Grants list

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This section lists all grants we have made since 2013. The categories from 2013 to 2018 are Arts, Environment and Welfare. This changed in 2018 when Welfare was replaced with Social Action. There is also a separate category for grants to Museums and Galleries in each year.

PAC-UK

Towards core costs to support the recent merger of PAC UK and After Adoption Yorkshire, to support people affected by adoption and other forms of permanent care.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2015
Grant size £120,000
Duration 3 years
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Research Institute for Consumer Affairs

Towards a project to involve people with dementia in Rica's national consumer research, and provide consumer input on local services to enhance the lives of people with dementia.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2015
Grant size £100,000
Duration 3 years
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Care & Repair England

Towards core costs, specifically to develop local Care & Repair services and enable Care & Repair England to act as a facilitator/link with frontline service providers and academic researchers, in order to lever in additional resourses - jointly funded with Tudor Trust.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £150,000
Duration 3 years
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ERIC

Towards the costs of developing the service to improve the lives of children and young people suffering with continence problems.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £120,000
Duration 3 years
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OnSide Youth Zones

Towards core costs, specifically to increase the numbers of Youth Zones.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £100,260
Duration 3 years
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SafeLives

Towards the core costs of a new strategy focusing on the whole family affected by domestic abuse.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £150,000
Duration 3 years
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Sheila McKechnie Foundation

Towards core costs to support individuals and groups in taking action to improve their communities, especially those who are marginalised and/or facing disadvantage, and who struggle to have their voices heard.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £105,000
Duration 3 years
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Working Families

Towards core costs, specifically the salary of the Chief Executive, for their work supporting working parents and carers to achieve a work-life balance.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £105,000
Duration 3 years
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Young Advisors

Towards the salaries of the Office Manager and Development Associate to support young people working to improve their local communities.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2014
Grant size £105,000
Duration 3 years
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