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
Mental Health Innovations Towards the salary of a Mental Health Innovations Fellow. £90,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 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. £90,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South West 2019
The Brendoncare Foundation Towards the capital costs of Shared Care at Otterbourne Hill, in particular towards the cost of the shared care apartments. £100,000
Over 1 Year
(OLD) Improved Quality of Life for Older People South East 2016
The Care Workers Charity Towards financial support for care workers facing hardship during the C-19 Crisis. £100,000
Over 1 Year
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people UK-wide 2020
The Royal United Kingdom Beneficent Association Towards a fund to support local organisations working with older people during C-19 and beyond £100,000
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people UK-wide 2020
Age UK Cheshire Towards the salary of a Programme Manager who will oversee the expansion of sheds within Cheshire and share learning of the model across the UK. £100,000
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people North West 2017
UK Community Foundations Towards local organisations meeting the needs of refugee and asylum seekers. £100,000
Over 1 Year
Other - social UK-wide 2016
UK Men’s Sheds Association Towards the salary of a Shed Development Worker supporting the growth of the movement and Sheds Ambassadors across the UK. £120,000
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people UK-wide 2017
Nightingale Hammerson Towards a Dietician to implement & evaluate nutritional strategies for residents and to educate more care staff around the role of nutrition in supporting quality of later life £124,200
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people London 2019
The West London Synagogue of British Jews Towards Interfaith and Social Care Programmes, including the Asylum drop-in £128,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social London 2019
The West London Synagogue of British Jews Towards Interfaith and Social care programmes. £150,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social London 2017
Bromley by Bow Centre Towards core costs £150,000
Over 1 Year
Other - social London 2020
The West London Synagogue of British Jews Towards the Synagogue's core interfaith, social care and youth/young adult projects. £150,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social London 2015
The Place2Be Towards a new centre of excellence for children’s mental health. £175,000
Over 1 Year
Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2018
Emmaus UK Towards grants for local Emmaus groups to improve their retail offer and other developments in light of C-19 £250,000
Other - social UK-wide 2020
National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College Towards A Research Centre for Fibrosing Lung Diseases £300,000
Over 3 Years
Other - health UK-wide 2018
Jewish Care Towards the additional costs faced by Jewish care homes during the Covid-19 pandemic £335,000
Over 1 Year
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people UK-wide 2020
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 £3,000,000
Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2019