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
World Jewish Relief Towards the provision of work placements and supported employment for Syrian refugees as part of their resettlement. £30,000
Over 1 Year
Other - social UK-wide 2016
Safer Living Foundation Towards setting up and running Young People's Circles of Support £30,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social East Midlands 2016
Claremont Project Towards the salaries of the Membership and Engagement Officer and Chief Executive in order that Claremont can reach more older people and share its model more widely. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Improved Quality of Life for Older People London 2015
International Health Partners UK Towards medical supplies to the camps supporting people displaced by the fighting in and around Mosul. £30,000
Over 1 Year
Other - health UK-wide 2016
The Dukes Playhouse Ltd Towards a cultural programme for people with dementia and their families. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Improved Quality of Life for Older People North West 2015
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. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Arts as a tool to achieve social change UK-wide 2019
YoungDementia UK Towards piloting a new early support service for individuals with young onset dementia and their families. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people South East 2017
Project Art Works Towards collaboration with five mainstream cultural organisations to develop new practical approaches to the meaningful involvement of people with learning disabilities in visual art. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Arts in Deprived Communities South East 2015
Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group Towards core costs. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social South East 2015
The Anna Freud Centre Towards the training of eight mental health professionals who will roll out a Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention in the UK. £30,000
Over 1 Year
Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2016
Circles South West Towards adapting the Circes of Support and Accountability for men convicted of sexual offences, providing support pre-release, 'through the gate' and on into the community. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social South West 2018
Future Frontiers Towards a school programme that aims to build an ethos of aspirations and achievement among a selected year group of young people through face to face coaching, aspirational assemblies, workshops and £30,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social London 2018
Christians Against Poverty Towards the expansion of CAP Release, an eight-week programme for people with an identified low-grade habit or addiction who have decided they want to stop. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social UK-wide 2017
Royal Exchange Theatre Ltd Towards the Company of Elders, a theatre programme for older people. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Improved Quality of Life for Older People North West 2015
NL Cares Ltd Towards outreach work that identifies isolated older neighbours and connects them to a network that includes younger people, to tackle isolation and loneliness in our communities. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people London 2017
Snape Maltings Towards a programme of music-making workshops, tea dances, care staff & musician training, and public events for people with dementia and the wider community. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Improved Quality of Life for Older People East of England 2015
NEPACS Towards ‘Heading Home’ supporting the reintegration of ex-offenders with their families. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social North East 2016
Llamau Ltd Towards piloting a primary prevention project working to identify and support young people at risk of homelessness. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social Wales 2020
Leap Confronting Conflict Towards the Data and Impact Manager Post. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social UK-wide 2018
Trauma Recovery Centre Towards running costs of working with young people in need of intense and specialised support to help recover from trauma. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South West 2015
The Lowry Centre Trust Towards a Youth Employability Programme contributing to raised aspirations and improved employability for NEETs. £30,000
Over 3 Years
(OLD) Arts in Deprived Communities North West 2015
Partnership for Children Towards training of professionals to deliver PfC's programmes to young carers, aged 7-12, contributing to increased social, coping and emotional skills in this group. £30,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health UK-wide 2021
Playlist for Life Towards core costs in order that Playlist for Life can help an estimated 15,000 people with dementia to create and use their own playlists. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people Scotland 2017
Local Welcome CIO Towards the creation of Local Welcome groups for older people and their local community to interact with each other. £30,000
Over 1 Year
Other - social UK-wide 2020
The Choir With No Name Towards improving the wellbeing of homeless people through singing. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Arts as a tool to achieve social change England 2016