A selection of projects we fund
Yellow Door Star Project
STAR's preventative workshops engage with children and young people on issues around relationships.
Suited For Success
Suited for Success is a charity which provides essential moral support along with free second-hand suits and workwear to help unemployed men and women.
St Giles Trust Peer Advisors
St Giles Trust's Peer Advisors offer personalised, professional support to help people who are experiencing issues such as an offending background, addiction, homelessness or gang involvement.
Polli:Nation is a three-year biodiversity project, educating 28,000 children and their teachers in the UK about the range and role of pollinating insects and how to help them.
Connswater Community Greenway
The Connswater Community Greenway is a 'green corridor' which has transformed a six-mile stretch of east Belfast, linking public open spaces and bringing people together.
Whale Track is a first-of-its-kind smartphone app, developed by the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust, which allows anyone to submit marine mammal sightings off the west coast of Scotland.
The Breast Cancer Care app (BECCA) supports people moving forwards after breast cancer.
Resources for Autism
Resources for Autism (RfA) runs a range of practical services for people with autism that can move them from crisis to coping.
The Heritage Ability project by Living Options Devon is helping 20 heritage destinations in the South West become more accessible over a three year period.
Blyth Tall Ship
The Blyth Tall Ship project aims to celebrate that anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica in 2019 by both remembering the past and looking to the future, combining heritage, adventure and active learning.
Richmond Castle Cell Block
Richmond Castle Cell Block project is enabling research and conservation of the graffiti on the walls. The graffiti has been written and drawn by prisoners, military personnel and others that have passed through the building including conscientious objectors held there in World War One.
HMS Caroline is the lone survivor of the 250 ships of the British and German Fleets that fought at the Battle of Jutland in World War I.