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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.

towards the costs of a programme

9 Apr 2009

New Philanthropy Capital

United Kingdom

£63,000.00

Towards the costs of a programme to assist charities working with offenders and their families to develop systems and tools to measure and articulate their effectiveness in reducing recidivism.

Towards costs of a programmer

5 Feb 2009

mySociety

United Kingdom

£120,000.00

Towards costs of a programmer.

Research and dev of the social impact bond

4 Dec 2008

Community Links London - (Education Links)

United Kingdom

£50,000.00

To enable further research and development of the Social Impact Bond.

Research in field of Prisioners and Families

19 Nov 2008

Lemos & Crane

United Kingdom

£45,000.00

Carry out research in field of Prisioners and Families - Desistance from Re-Offending.

Employment costs of a co-ordinator

19 Nov 2008

Open Book

United Kingdom

£132,000.00

Towards the employment costs of a co-ordinator to assist the Project Manager.

towards costs of creating a criminal justice fund

28 Jul 2008

Impetus Trust

United Kingdom

£402,500.00

Towards the costs of creating a criminal justice fund.

Sainsbury Archive

18 Jul 2008

The Sainsbury Archive

United Kingdom

£1,593.00

Towards the core costs of the Sainsbury Archive.

The Sainsbury Archive

18 Jul 2008

The Sainsbury Archive

United Kingdom

£5,000.00

Towards additional costs of the Sainsbury Archive.

towards the costs of developing the campaign

12 Jun 2008

Make Justice Work

United Kingdom

£50,000.00

Towards the costs of developing the campaign.

£40,000 of £50,000 loan converted to a grant

5 Apr 2008

Shift - (formerly known as We Are What We Do)

United Kingdom

£40,000.00

£40,000 of £50,000 loan converted to a grant. To cover the period between book sales and receipt of revenue.