What we've funded

To get a feel for the wide range of projects and community groups we've funded, please search below by borough, theme or fund. If you don't have a specific time frame in mind, be sure to tick 'All dates' before clicking 'Submit'. 

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Rallying Cry

Towards flagship project for 35th anniversary: 'Rallying Cry' - first site specific immersive spoken word production to take place throughout rooms/performance spaces of newly re-opened Battersea Arts Centre

Awarded date: 09/05/2018
Theme: Arts, culture and heritage
Fund name: Cockayne - Grants for the Arts
Borough: Lewisham
Amount awarded: £15,000

Encouragement through the Arts and Talking (ETAT)

To contribute to the sessional costs of running a twice weekly arts based activity group for 76 isolated and vulnerable people living in the Pimlico area, close to Peabody Avenue, Tachbrook, Ebury and Abbey Orchard estates.

Awarded date: 24/05/2018
Theme: Physical and mental health, wellbeing and safety
Fund name: Peabody Community Fund
Borough: Westminster
Amount awarded: £5,000

Creativity in Community Sharing

To provide a series of intergenerational arts workshops in and around the Loughborough Centre, around the theme of food waste, promoting the community fridges network.

Awarded date: 12/06/2018
Theme: Arts, culture and heritage
Fund name: Lambeth Community Fund
Borough: Lambeth
Amount awarded: £4,545

Our Barn's #iwill Project

To deliver 30 4-hour activity sessions to 40 young disabled people in Hounslow and Ealing, over one year

Awarded date: 20/06/2018
Theme: Stronger communities
Fund name: #iwill Fund - Youth Social Action
Borough: Hounslow
Amount awarded: £10,000

Sapiens

15,000 towards 'Sapiens', devised new play based on best-selling book, 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankin'?, by Yuval Noah Harari

Awarded date: 05/05/2017
Theme: Arts, culture and heritage
Fund name: Cockayne - Grants for the Arts
Borough: Camden
Amount awarded: £15,000