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As a transparent grantmaker, we believe we have a duty to publish details of all our activities in an accessible format. The source data used on this page is available as open data and can be found at http://www.sfct.org.uk/360giving and https://www.iatiregistry.org/publisher/indtrust.

Refugee Economic Inclusion Scheme (REIS)

24 Oct 2005

Paddington Development Trust (PDT)

United Kingdom

£77,000.00

Towards the Refugee Economic Inclusion Scheme.

piloting more appropriate services for women

24 Oct 2005

St Mungo Community Housing Association

United Kingdom

£135,000.00

Towards the costs of piloting more appropriate services for women

research into recruitment of child soldiers in UK

24 Oct 2005

Anglia Ruskin University - Institute of Health & Social Care

United Kingdom

£35,000.00

Towards research into the recruitment of child soldiers in the UK.

towards costs of Prostitution Debate

24 Oct 2005

Women's Library

United Kingdom

£14,000.00

Towards the costs of the Prostitution Debate

salary costs

24 Oct 2005

Fawcett Society

United Kingdom

£119,000.00

Towards the salary and associated management costs of a policy officer to lead a project on issues facing BME women in the UK.

towards costs of an Overseas Awards

24 Oct 2005

Ashden Sustainable solutions, better lives - Ashden Awards

United Kingdom

£82,000.00

Towards the costs of an Overseas Award.

Employing new prison and charity links coordinator

3 Aug 2005

Alternatives to Violence Project

United Kingdom

£120,000.00

Towards the costs of employing a new prison and charity links coordinator.

Further development of the Manwaring Centre

3 Aug 2005

HM YOI Huntercombe

United Kingdom

£93,750.00

Towards further development of the Manwaring Centre.

Development of the PRIME programme at HMP Downview

3 Aug 2005

Media for Development Limited (MFD) - Inside Job Productions

United Kingdom

£90,000.00

Towards the development of the PRIME programme at HMP Downview.

Get Reading

3 Aug 2005

KPMG Foundation

United Kingdom

£201,000.00

To set up Reading Recovery in one LEA