Awarded grants

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This a list of recent grants awarded by The Rayne Foundation.

Awarded grants

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Applicant Project details Amount Area of Special Interest Geographical area Year awarded
National Centre for Circus Arts Towards a project of weekly workshops to improve the physical and mental wellbeing of young people aged 8 to 15 who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2019
Cardboard Citizens Towards a programme of intensive creative residency projects in areas of low arts engagement that will draw in local expertise, empower communities to explore stories and create change. Arts as a tool to achieve social change UK-wide 2019
Age Exchange Towards adapting its evaluated Reminiscence Arts (RA) intervention for older people with dementia to support the specific needs of people with young onset dementia. Arts as a tool to achieve social change UK-wide 2019
Orchestras for All Towards a programme that aims to tackle inequalities in the provision of music making opportunities and music education across the UK. Arts as a tool to achieve social change UK-wide 2019
National Theatre of Scotland Towards using the arts to effect change within Renfrewshire Council's care system by bringing young people and caregivers together in a three-year programme to creatively reimagine relationships. Arts as a tool to achieve social change Scotland 2019
Live Music Now Towards funding to contribute to and enhance LMN’s extensive ongoing programme of carefully delivered live music activities with people who live and work in adult social care (ASC) . Improved quality of life for carers and for older people UK-wide 2019
NoFit State Community Circus Ltd Towards redesigning NoFit State’s vibrant Youth Circus programme to increase accessibility for children and young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Other - arts Wales 2019
Wales Millennium Centre Towards a choir project bringing together children in care, the families who care for them, and care-experienced people of all ages. Arts as a tool to achieve social change Wales 2019
Off the Record (Bristol) Towards core costs to transition from a provider of specialist mental health services that treat young people to a mobiliser of young people and communities so they can look after themselves. Young People's Improved Mental Health South West 2019
Liberty Choir UK Towards the salary of an Operations & Partnerships Manager in order that Liberty Choir can expand to new prisons. Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2019
Team Domenica Towards the salary of a Training Mentor who will support the progression of young people with learning disabilities through an employment programme. Other - social South East 2019
University of Oxford, Dept. of Experimental Psychology Towards a national research project that will evaluate the effectiveness of KiVa, an anti-bullying intervention, in primary schools to improve the well-being and mental health of c.7000 children. Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2019
The Clay Foundation Towards artist-facilitated workshops, visits and residencies for people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Arts as a tool to achieve social change West Midlands 2019
King's College London Towards the capital costs of a new building housing an ambitious programme of research & clinical innovation with professionals &patients together in one place Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2019
The Bluecoat Towards Where the Arts Belong, a collaboration with the Belong Care Group exploring how the arts can support people with dementia. Improved quality of life for carers and for older people North West 2019
Body & Soul Towards ‘You Are Not Alone’ - a Graduate Group that will provide ongoing support for young people/adults aged 16-30 who have attempted suicide. Young People's Improved Mental Health London 2019
Hestia Housing and Support Towards a longer-term support service to male victims of modern slavery no longer entitled to state-funded support. Other - social South East 2019
Refugee Support Network Towards a specialist education and wellbeing support programme that provides regular, personalised holistic support to young refugees and asylum seekers. Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2019
Royal Exchange Theatre Ltd Towards the Elders Programme in order that the Royal Exchange Theatre can further develop its work with older people and share its learning. Improved quality of life for carers and for older people North West 2019
Family Action Towards trialling expansion of the Post Sexual Abuse (PSA) service in Leicestershire to pre trial support. Young People's Improved Mental Health East Midlands 2019
Jamie's Farm Towards core operational costs to refine and enhance its ‘Farming, Family, Therapy and Legacy’ model. Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2019
UK Men’s Sheds Association Towards the construction of a shed building at Anchor Hanover’s West Hall retirement village in partnership with UKMSA and Woking Men’s Shed to pilot a working shed in a care setting. Improved quality of life for carers and for older people South East 2019
Philharmonia Ltd Towards a creative music-making project for Looked After Children. Arts as a tool to achieve social change East Midlands 2019
Manchester Jewish Museum Towards addressing growing racial intolerance in Greater Manchester through the recruitment, training and support of non-Jewish volunteers from local migrant communities. Arts as a tool to achieve social change North West 2019
St Margaret's Somerset Hospice Towards Project Echo which will share specialist palliative care knowledge wtih care staff, improving identification and care of residents approaching the end of life. Improved quality of life for carers and for older people South West 2019