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
Refugee Resource Towards a counselling and outreach service for unaccompanied young refugees and asylum seekers. £42,700
Over 2 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2016
Aspex Visual Arts Trust Towards a programme of visual arts workshops for people with dementia and a carers support group. £29,900
Over 3 Years
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2017
New Note Projects Towards a multi-media project that will see a members of a 'recovery' orchestra create a new musical score and film. £5,000
Over 1 Year
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2018
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
Langdon Foundation Towards supporting the salary of an Employment Co-ordinator which will extend its service to the community, upscale the New Chapters operation and provide an effective working model. £10,000
Over 1 Year
Other - social South East 2017
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
Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases Towards developing an Advocacy Support Service for MPS teenagers and young people. £40,000
Over 2 Years
Other - social South East 2016
Princess Alice Hospice Towards the pilot of an in-patient model of support for patients receiving end of life care in their own homes. £20,000
Over 1 Year
(OLD) Improved Community Palliative Care South East 2015
Rentstart (UK) Ltd Towards the salary of the General Manager overseeing the project “Freedom 2 Work” providing people with accommodation and support to maintain their tenancy. £45,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social South East 2016
Aspex Visual Arts Trust Towards the extension of a programme of visual arts workshops for people with dementia and a carers support group. £13,700
Over 1 Year
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2020
Rhythmix Towards the development of a music in healthcare programme for people with mild to advanced stage dementia in healthcare and residential settings. £17,500
Over 1 Year
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2017
The Baobab Centre for Survivors in Exile Towards core costs in order to provide psychotherapy and practical support to young people who are survivors of extreme violence, trafficking or rape, and who are refugees or asylum seekers. £20,000
Over 1 Year
Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2021
Student Hubs Towards a (pilot) project that aims to develop summer workshops for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC). £5,000
Over 1 Year
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 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. £10,000
Over 1 Year
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people South East 2019
The Baobab Centre for Survivors in Exile Towards core costs in order to provide psychotherapy and practical support to young people who are survivors of extreme violence, trafficking or rape, and who are refugees or asylum seekers. £45,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2018
Autism Early Support Trust Limited Towards the expansion of its Autism Early Support Services for children with autism or other communication difficulties. £45,000
Over 3 Years
Other - education South East 2020
Liberty Choir UK Towards the salary of an Operations & Partnerships Manager in order that Liberty Choir can expand to new prisons. £30,000
Over 2 Years
Arts as a tool to achieve social change South East 2019
Circles South East Towards the further development of the Youth Circles and family support. £65,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social South East 2017
Oxford Parent Infant Project Towards a further year's funding of OXPIP's Parent-Infant Therapy SAPlings Groups in Banbury and Oxford. £20,000
Other - health South East 2020
Team Domenica Towards the salary of a Training Mentor who will support the progression of young people with learning disabilities through an employment programme. £45,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social South East 2019
Project Art Works Towards core support to underpin a programme of personalised, holistic support to caregivers in order to improve resilience and ensure long term improvements in their lives and wellbeing. £75,000
Over 3 Years
Improved quality of life for carers and for older people South East 2020
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. £48,200
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2019
Oxford Parent Infant Project Towards the clinical supervision of Saplings, an antenatal project in Oxford and Banbury where women with complex vulnerabilities can access specialist 1:1 support. £45,000
Over 3 Years
Young People's Improved Mental Health South East 2017
Circles South East Towards Core Costs. £75,000
Over 3 Years
Other - social South East 2020