Funding Case Studies
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Below you will find a number of case studies of schools that have successfully applied for funding to a number of different funders. Please click on the relevant funding tag to view the case studies which will be updated on a regular basis.
Henry Smith Charity
The Henry Smith Charity is one of the largest independent grant makers in the UK and distributed over £30million in 2017. The Charity aims to bring about lasting change to people’s lives, helping them to benefit from and contribute to society.
Pennoweth Primary School in Cornwall received a grant of £2,210 towards a four night trip to London for a group of disadvantaged children from Cornwall
For more information on funding opportunities through the Henry Smith Charity please click here.
Garfield Weston Foundation
The Garfield Weston Foundation is a family-founded, charitable grant-making foundation which supports a wide range of causes across the UK, donating over £62 million annually. The Trustees make grants across the UK to organisations in the following categories: Arts; Education; Youth; Health; Community; Environment; Religion; and Welfare.
Wycombe High School received a grant of £30,000 for an artificial dual all-weather facility under the “Play your part for Sport’ Campaign”
For more information on funding opportunities through the Garfield Weston Foundation please click here
True Colours Trust
The True Colours Trust aims to make a difference to the lives of children with special needs and their families and supporting people with life-limiting and/or life-threatening illnesses.
Cherry Garden School received funding of £5,000 to provide rebound therapy coaching for the children who attend the school.
For more information on funding opportunities through the True Colours Trust please click here.
Awards for All
Awards for All (England) provides grants of up to £10,000 for people to take part in art, sport, heritage and community activities, and projects that promote education, the environment and health in the local community.
Gainford C of E Primary School in Darlington was awarded £2,668 to clear an area and provide equipment for outdoor play, aimed at children from the pre-school and under fives from the wider community.
For more information on funding opportunities through Awards for All please click here
The John Lyon's Charity
The John Lyon's Charity gives grants to groups and organisations for the benefit of children and young adults who are resident in the London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Kensington and Chelsea, City of London and the City of Westminster. Since 1992 the Charity has distributed some £30 million at an average of £17,000 per grant to a wide range of services for young people, including youth clubs, arts projects, counselling, child care and parental support schemes, sports and academic bursaries and scholarships.
Kingsgate Community College received a grant of £15,000 pa for three years towards the running costs of an Arts Programme.
For more information on funding opportunities through the John Lyon's Charity please click here
BBC Children in Need
Through the BBC Children in Need Grants Programme, funding is available to organisations and schools that work with young people who are suffering from illness; distress; abuse or neglect; are disabled; have behavioural or psychological difficulties; or are living in poverty or situations of deprivation.
Boundary Community School in London received a grant of £9,969 to provide supplementary maths and English homework support and holiday sessions for children and young people from Bangladeshi and Somali families in Tower Hamlets. It will improve peer relationships and improve confidence.
For more information on funding opportunities theough the BBC Children in Need programme please click here