Latest Grants – 32 New Grants Awarded

18 December

The Aziz Foundation has rounded off its grant making work in 2017 by awarding more than 30 grants in recent months. The Foundation is pleased to be supporting projects and organisations delivering life-enhancing and exciting work across the country in the shape of short videos documenting the history of Black Muslims, a coding club for young girls, a collaborative project that gives publishing opportunities to refugees with a background in journalism and much more.

In the last round of funding in 2017 the Foundation awarded grants worth £288,990 to the following organisations:

  • Sufra NW London- Food bank and Kitchen
  • Hope for Justice- Homelessness and Destitution Prevention for Victims of Modern Slavery
  • Race Equality First- Asylum Seeker and Refugee Support Group
  • Notre Dame Refugee Centre- Extending the Notre Dame Refugee Service
  • English for Action- Stand Up to Hate Crime
  • TEAMS- Refugee and Asylum Seekers Support Group
  • Lateef Project- Embedded Adult Islamic Counselling Services
  • Basaira Elderly Centre- Basaira Elderly Centre
  • Hopscotch Asian Women’s Centre- In Touch and Engaged Project
  • Grenfell Muslim Response Unit- Grenfell Muslim Response Unit
  • Save the Children- Children’s Communities
  • Voice of Youth- VOY Positive Deviants
  • Belief in Mediation and Arbitration- Faithful Dispute Resolution
  • Drum Roll H.Q.- E.A.K. Coding Club, Empowering Girls
  • Islamic Society of Britain- Empowering Muslim Youth
  • Super Being Labs- Refugee App
  • Baroness Warsi Foundation- BWF Social Change Makers
  • My Tribe London- Mentor Portal
  • The Traveller Movement- Gypsy, Roma, Traveller Women’s Leadership
  • Olmec- Black on Board
  • Institute for Public Policy Research- Reaching Out: Tackling Muslim Women’s Isolation
  • British Future- New Networks and Alliances for Integration
  • The Winchester Project- Take Back the Power
  • Young Vic
  • Theatre Royal Stratford East
  • Film Roundhouse- Film: Do You Get Me?
  • Afrotech Fest- Help the Afrotech Festival to reach children and young people
  • University of the Arts London- The Refugee Journalism Project
  • Khizra Foundation- Our Lives, Their History: Being Black, British and Muslim
  • Rights Info- Shine a Light/ Pass the Megaphone
  • Platform London- Rep the Road, Uplift Young Voices, Heal Communities
  • Artistic Directors of the Future- Incubation Residency

If you would like to make an application to the Aziz Foundation for a grant, please visit apply for funding here. Applications for the first funding cycle of 2018 are being accepted until Monday 8 January, 11pm and applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application in April 2018.

Image credit: Sufra NW London