Projects

Client Earth

Client Earth received £40,000 to increase their capacity to support other NGOs with legal expertise when critical new biodiversity policy opportunities or threats emerge e.g. development of aquaculture standards across the EU, and the UK Government’s 25 Year Plan to restore biodiversity. 

Marine Conservation Society

Marine Conservation Society received £52,000 to help mainstream participatory approaches to decision-making about marine resource management, grounded in shared values and a clearer understanding of the ‘well being’ value of marine and coastal resources.

Streetwise Opera

Streetwise Opera received £20,000 towards further development of an arts and homelessness international network, including an exchange between practitioners in the UK and Brazil ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. 

The Ecology Trust

The Ecology Trust received £15,000 to provide financial as well as in kind support to the UK Environmental Funders Network.

Institute for Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

The Institute for Chartered Accountants in England and Wales received £18,000 to deliver a jointly authored paper at the World Forum on Natural Capital in Edinburgh on options for catalyzing the adoption of the Natural Capital Protocol.

FO.AM

FO.AM received £20,000 to design and facilitate further meetings of the Marine CoLABoration in 2015.

Bright Purpose

A Bright Purpose received £20,000 to undertake a developmental evaluation of the Transitions in Later Life Programme.

A Voice of My Own

A Voice of My Own received £35,000 to publish a book that picks up from the social agenda that followed the publication of Use or Ornament?, looking at what is most innovative in socially engaged art today and how practice may develop from here in the UK, Portugal and a number of other countries.

King’s Cultural Institute

King’s Cultural Institute received £19,000 towards a programme to consolidate the current assortment of individuals and organisations carrying out high quality projects and research in the area of Multilingual Creativity contributing to the legacy of the Foundation’s Literature in Translation strand. 

Social Innovation Exchange

Social Innovation Exchange received £10,000 to explore and build on the learning from the first Unusual Suspects Festival hosted in London in 2014, whilst sustaining interest and momentum for a more developed and targeted Festival in 2016.

Collaborate Institute

Collaborate Institute received £13,350 to further examine the funding ecology of social change initiative in order to engage charitable foundations and others to better coordinate their efforts to maximise impact.

The Age of No Retirement

The Age of No Retirement received £7,000 for the building on of the 2014 Age of No Retirement event, which we supported the movement as it moved beyond London to Manchester and Scotland and scaled up its activities.

Homeless Link

Homeless Link received £60,000 for legacy support for MEAM, including core cost contribution and long-term development work for one year.

Geese Theatre Company

Geese Theatre Company received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

Entelechy Arts

Entelechy Arts received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

Artangel

Artangel received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

Contact Theatre

Contact Theatre received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

Royal Court Theatre

Royal Court Theatre received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

National Theatre Scotland

National Theatre Scotland received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

Synergy Theatre Company

Synergy Theatre Company received £20,000 to support fourteen consortia of organisations to conduct research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, and establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation, contributing to advances in the sector.

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