A selection of projects we fund - Page 2
The Great Fen
The Great Fen is one of the biggest habitat restoration projects in Europe.
Woodberry Wetlands is an urban wetland oasis, rich in wildlife, created around a working reservoir in north east London.
Quay Place is a wellbeing and heritage centre which has made use of a once-abandoned 15th Century church in Ipswich and transformed it into a multi-use community centre.
Unlocking Film Heritage: Northern Ireland on Film
Northern Ireland Screen has been curating and making accessible film materials that tell the region's unique stories, spanning from 1897 to the present day
We're here because we're here
a five-year programme of extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War.
The Jessie May Trust offers a lifeline to families by providing nursing care at home for children and young people with life limiting conditions
Ruddi’s Retreat offers free respite holidays at the seaside for families affected by cancer, life-limiting illness, bereavement and dementia
Back into sport
Rotherham United's Back into Sport reaches out to members of the black and ethnic minority community to encourage them to take up sport and physical activities.
The Granite City Guerillas
The Granite City Guerrillas' use dodgeball to encourage the Aberdeenshire community to come together for good
InstructAbility is a training programme run by spinal injury charity Aspire, to help disabled people start a career in the fitness industry
Manchester Village Spartans
The Manchester Village Spartans RUFC is Greater Manchester's gay and inclusive rugby union football team.
Parkrun's Visually Impaired (VI) Scheme is a project that helps support visually impaired people to be more active.