Families in Grief Bideford
Funding towards two of their group programmes helping children and young people understand grief. 18-24 children between the ages of 5-18 will benefit.
Life Education Wessex
Funding towards their Life Education Devon early intervention programmes, inspiring and empowering children to make healthy lifestyle choices for life. They estimate that 6,000 children between the ages of 3-11 will benefit from their interactive workshops.
Baby Bank Network Exeter
Granted funding for their service reducing mental health issues and providing a positive impact on family life. They support vulnerable and disadvantaged children in the Exeter area, and in 2022 supported just over 1,000 children from 0-11 years. The aim this year is 1,500 children.
Circlewise, Newton Abbot
Funding for a project working with 25 young men aged 18-25 at risk of suicide. This project will deliver a four day “rites of passage” camp at an outdoor venue on Dartmoor.
On the Hill, Lower Ashton
Funding towards creating an inclusive and safe learning environment on Hill Tribe camps for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. The grant will enable 6 young people between the ages of 12-16 to have fully funded places at the Hill Tribe camp.
St Peter’s Church of England School, Exeter
Funding for the design, build and use of a Listening Circle Space for Department for Enrichment of Literacy and Learning (D.E.L.L.). 60-70 young people between the ages of 11-16 will benefit.
SisterWood CIO, Higher Ashton
Funding towards running programmes in a woodland setting supporting young people who identify as female with their mental wellbeing and blending practical skills with mindfulness-based activities. With this funding they aim to support 24 young people between the ages of 12-16.