Grants Made

Grants made in the year to 5th April 2018

Institution Criteria

Amount

A Living Tradition CIC, Gateshead D, E

£500

Abigail Housing, Leeds D, E

£1,000

Airwars B

£1,000

Anglican International Development E, F

£1,000

Base33 (Cyberbullying) D

£750

Bike to the Future D, F

£750

Bikes for Refugees D, F

£750

Bridport Community Orchard D, F

£650

Bristol Natural History Consortium D, F

£750

British American Security Information Council A, B

£1,500

Buturi Makongoro Village F

£1,000

Child in Need D

£750

Compassion Direct UK D, F

£500

Dhaka Ahsania Mission F

£1,000

Empower the Gambia D, F

£1,000

Excellent Development D, F

£1,000

Frank Water D, F

£500

Friends Peace House, Rwanda A

£2,000

Haiti Support Group D

£1,500

Ice and Fire Theatre B

£1,000

iDebate, Hackney C, D

£750

International Development Partnerships D, F

£500

Iris Theatre C, D

£500

Journey to Justice, Newham B, D

£500

Journeyman Theatre A, E

£500

Kenyawi Kids F

£1,000

Kids n Action D, E

£750

Migrants Organise E

£1,000

Next Steps Initiative, Glasgow D, E, F

£1,000

Northfield Ecocentre, CE AM A, F

£1,000

Play for Progress, Croydon E

£500

Protimos B, D, F

£1,000

Quaker Social Action (Move On Up) A, D, E

£1,500

Reading Spots D

£750

ReCycle D, F

£1,000

Rosie May Foundation D

£500

S. London Liberal Synagogue C, E

£750

South West Community Chaplaincy, Devon C, D

£1,000

START, Plymouth D, E

£750

The Family Trust, Kent C

£500

Their Future Today D

£500

Tripod: Training for Creative Social Action, Scotland A, B, D, E

£750

War on Want, Palestine Justice A, C

£1,500

Wrexham Quaker Meeting A. E

£1,000

Youth Together for Human Rights B, D

£500

Total Grants Made £38,650

 

Many projects met more than one of the criteria; listing here is by main criterion and percentages are approximate:
A. Quaker work and witness 21%
B. Peace-building and conflict resolution 11%
C. Interfaith and ecumenical understanding 9%
D. Community development work in the UK and overseas 40%
E. Work with asylum seekers and refugees, including displaced people 12%
F. Sustainable development 7%