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Space2Grow #21 - 2022 Home, School & Community Grant
Space2Grow#21 is Young Barnet Foundation's 2022 Home, School & Community funding round. Only members who have not previously received John Lyon's Charity funding are able to apply.
Total Amount Available to Award: £50,000
Maximum award per project: £3,000
Award Total confirmed in Wave 1: £6,000
Panel Met : 24th March 2022.
Wave 2 Key Details:
Application open date: Monday 16th May 2022
Closing Date: 22nd July 2022 at 11.59pm
Total Amount Awarded: £16,880
Maximum award per project: £3,000
Panel met: 27th September 2022
The Hope of Childs Hill (THOCH) £3,000
Hoops of Hope is a community initiative to build local resiliency in the local youth primarily living in NW2. It aims to engage with over 60 inactive participants between the ages of 5-19 in positive sport and physical activity for 40 weeks.
NW7 HUB £3,000
A 12-week project for our 16-21 year old Youth Board, in which they will: - work regularly with a facilitator from Response Ability Theatre with expertise in theatre and youth, social and mental health outreach, to explore their priorities as individuals and as a young community.
Reflection Network £2,994
Free faith-sensitive psychotherapy for Muslim heritage children.
Natural Cycle Development Programme £2,918
Puberty education. Empowering boys and girls with information, tools and resources to understand the bodily changes they will experience throughout puberty and embark on puberty with confidence.
Nene Tereze £3,000
6 months of weekly sporting activities for those in the Albanian community.
Dementia Prevention UK £3,000
Fun and interactive activities to stimulate the brain in yr5 and 6 children with the aim of reducing Dementia in later life.
A young girls support network in the Pupil Referral Unit (PRU). Addressing many of the issues young girls who have been excluded are exposed to, including unhealthy relationships and county line grooming.
We are specifically seeking applications for projects/activities for children, young people and/or families that:
Undertake Early Intervention and Prevention
Promote Physical Activity
Encourage Young People to enjoy Outdoor Space and Activities
Addresses Mental Health
Applications must also demonstrate at least one of the following elements:
Piloting a new initiative (with aim of using data to seek further funding)
Upscaling of an existing project with proven track record
Develop the Charity and/or Trustees
Successful applicants will be required to attend three support workshops on Bid Writing, Monitoring & Evaluation completion and Organisational Governance. These workshops will also be open to unsuccessful applicants.
Applications are particularly welcome from member(s) who have not applied for or received Space2Grow funding in earlier rounds. However, the fund is also open to those who have either previously applied or been granted funding, subject to the following exclusions:
Income in last Financial Year must be less than £100,000
Organisations must NOT have received previous funding directly from the John Lyon’s Charity (You can have had Young Barnet Foundation Funding)
Schools may not apply for this funding.
Supplementary Schools may only apply for this funding for activities outside of delivery of core subject and mother tongue lessons
To accurately measure the impact of these grants, the funds awarded cannot be match funded or combined with additional small grant funds from other sources.
As the finding decisions are overseen by an independent panel, Members may seek support and advice on their applications from Young Barnet Foundation's Member Development team.
Copies of the key documentation for this round.
View Eligibility Criteria
At the end of the project successful applicants must submit their monitoring and evaluation by completing the online form below.
Space2Grow#21 in partnership with;
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