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Ideas Fund

Ideas Fund

The Ideas Fund can help you access funding to turn an idea that will improve the situation for people experiencing homelessness into reality. The funding ranges from £200 to £10,000, for ideas big and small. You can use it to develop creative solutions and new ways of working.

  • Proposed Ideas

    Proposed Ideas

  • Funded Ideas

    Funded Ideas

  • Have an Idea?

    Have an Idea?

  • Ideas Fund

    To continue to create places where young people thrive and communities flourish. To achieve this vision our mission is to be an inclusive Christian...
    The project we would like to fund will be an off-shoot of our Streetlink program. Over 150 female street-based sex workers (FSBSW) work on Brixton...
    To provide a drop in hub & safe space for people to use and get advice.
    To enable people experiencing homelessness to access employment and independent accommodation
    Supply goods and support young people moving into their first home
    To reduce the financial pressure of moving on to independent living
    The idea is to establish a social enterprise/charity project that works with large businesses to donate either furnishings, or money to purchase fu...
    Develop leadership skills in homeless artists through peer led workshops to develop professionally and increase social skills.
    To provide a fun, interactive environment for babies and parents to enjoy, supporting the development of cognitive and physical skills.
  • Ideas Fund

    Service navigators can access a pot of money to be used solely for the removal and storage of personal belongings for vulnerable clients.
    A digital inclusion project so all of our young people can have basic IT skills as this is a vital life skill in the modern world.
    To provide basic home furnishing packs to vulnerable people starting a new tenancy.
    To run supper clubs to raise money for housing deposits for homeless residents to access the housing market.
    To help make a house a home for under 35’s affected by welfare benefit changes by providing a starter pack of essential items for those who are mov...
    A Fresh Start will provide a ‘move in pack’ of basic supplies for people moving into emergency accommodation in the city, increasing tenancy sustai...
    To help prevent homelessness and enable other support needs to be met when clients leave rehab without an accommodation and prescribing plan.
    To improve independent living among young people, through raising awareness of street culture and its impact; developing workshops around healthy e...
    To raise awareness of the PIE concept among frontline workers in the North East and to develop potential ways of frontline staff visiting projects...
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