Work we've funded

1668 grants found

  • £10 – £4927500
  • 2006/07 – 2018/19

Cast (Doncaster Performance Venue Ltd)

Explore and Test: Social Seats

Working in Doncaster, this project will explore the complex barriers which prevent people from accessing Cast’s arts programme and will test ways to overcome these obstacles.

14-18 NOW Imperial War Museum

More and Better: We're Here Because We're Here

  • Grant amount: £30,000 over 6 months
  • Fund: Access and Participation Fund
  • Date awarded: 2016/17
  • Location: East Midlands, East of England, London, Multi-region, North East, North West, Scotland, South East, South West, Wales, West Midlands, Yorkshire & Humber

‘We’re Here Because We’re Here’ was a public art event created by Turner-prize winning artist Jeremy Deller and the National Theatre’s Artistic Director Rufus Norris. This event commemorated the first day of the Battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916. Some 1400 young men aged 16-30 took part in this work and for many it was their first experience of participating in the arts. Commissioned by 14-18 NOW and produced in partnership with 8 major theatres, 56 regional theatres and many community groups, this project sought not only to create an extraordinary piece of participatory work, but also to look at new models of sector partnership and learning.

1625 Independent People Ltd

  • Grant amount: £149,620 over 36 months
  • Fund: Social Justice Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2012/13
  • Location: South West

Psychologically-informed one-one support, learning and activities, alongside training and reflective practice for peer supporters, community mentors and staff across youth support services.

198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Ltd

  • Grant amount: £45,159 over 24 months
  • Fund: Social Justice Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2011/12
  • Location: Multi-region

England: Ipswich,Walthamstow, Sunderland, Kent, Derbyshire. Art project exploring identity, personal histories and cultural heritage of Roman and English Romany in order to increase integration between themselves and their communities.

20 Stories High

More and Better: State of Mind

20 Stories High is a theatre company and charity based in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. It aims to empower and improve aspirations and skills for young people, targeting the most marginalised groups. Through a four year programme of outreach, training, collaboration and evaluation, 20 Stories High will deepen its understanding of how access to and participation in the arts can impact positively on young people’s mental health.

20 Stories High

  • Grant amount: £43,750 over 14 months
  • Fund: Arts Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2010/11
  • Location: Multi-region

To undeprin the salaries of both the Administrator/General Manager and the Participation Coordinator

20 Stories High

  • Grant amount: £130,000 over 48 months
  • Fund: Arts Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2012/13
  • Location: Multi-region

Support toward the development and implementation of innovative national partnerships which will encompass professional touring theatre, engagement, participatory projects and digital activity.

21st Century Learning Alliance

  • Grant amount: £10,000 over 9 months
  • Fund: Education Open Grants
  • Date awarded: 2011/12
  • Location: UK Wide

Support for teaching fellowships for 2011-12

4 Steps CIC

Tinker Lab

Jonathan Hartley has a background in teaching, entertainment and using technology in performance. He is committed to sharing his digital and technical skills to create a programme that blends technology with play, supporting intergenerational groups to learn and share their skills with one another. With the support of 4 Steps CIC, Jonathan will create a ‘Tinker Lab’ designed to inspire, engage and develop the technological skills of the local community in Burnage.

4 Youth

  • Grant amount: £82,500 over 36 months
  • Fund: Education Open Grants: Speaking & Listening Skills
  • Date awarded: 2011/12
  • Location: South East

To set up a project where young CAT mark assessors can gain the skills necessary to train other young people as assessors.