Grants Awarded

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As a transparent grantmaker, we believe we have a duty to publish details of all our activities in an accessible format. The source data used on this page is available as open data and can be found at http://www.sfct.org.uk/360giving and https://www.iatiregistry.org/publisher/indtrust.

Core costs

3 Aug 2005

Ice & Fire Theatre Company

United Kingdom

£90,000.00

Towards core costs to enable it to develop a number of new projects with refugees and refugee groups.

Partnership Training Programme

3 Aug 2005

Management Accounting for Non-Governmental Organisations (MANGO)

United Kingdom

£60,000.00

To enable Mango to pilot a partnership training programme

Further development of ‘Accommodate’ programme

3 Aug 2005

Housing Associations Charitable Trust (HACT)

United Kingdom

£90,000.00

Towards the further development of the 'Accommodate' programme

Evaluation into ‘prison as workplace schemes’

3 Aug 2005

University of Central England, Birmingham

United Kingdom

£40,000.00

Towards an independent evaluation into 'prison as workplace schemes' in the UK

renovation costs

22 Mar 2005

U-Turn Women's Project

United Kingdom

£70,000.00

To cover the costs of converting St Matthew's Church hall into the U-Turn Project's women's centre.

Rolling emergency bed space in Shepherds Bush

17 Mar 2005

Broadway

United Kingdom

£5,000.00

Towards increasing the availability of a rolling emergency bed space to meet short term housing and benefit gaps.

Towards programme of participatory arts events

17 Mar 2005

Emergency Exit Arts

United Kingdom

£90,000.00

Towards a programme of participating arts events and training in Abbey Wood, Thamesmead, aimed at the integration of traveller, refugee and indigenous communities.

Emergency fund for accommodation

17 Mar 2005

Thames Reach

United Kingdom

£5,000.00

Towards emergency fund for accommodation to meet short term housing and benefit gaps.

Core costs

17 Mar 2005

Restorative Justice Consortium

United Kingdom

£75,000.00

Towards core costs as it builds up strength of its membership and consultancy revenue.

‘G8’ award in 2005

9 Feb 2005

Ashden Sustainable Solutions, Better Lives

United Kingdom

£38,000.00

To cover the costs of a 'G8' award in 2005. This award will go to an innovative African project in an effort to draw attention to sustainable energy as one of the solutions to the issues being discussed at the G8 summit in Scotland in July. The exact title of the award is to be confirmed.