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KIND was founded in 1975 to help disadvantaged children, young people and families from across Liverpool.  Over the last 40 years the charity has worked with disadvantaged children aged 5-16 and their families helping them to overcome disadvantage; improve their

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£20,000 to develop new studio facilities. The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts [LIPA] opened in 1996 to forge a new approach to performing arts training. Housed in the former Liverpool Institute for Boys building, it underwent a multi-million pound renovation.

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Merseyside Environmental Trust

£750 to support community participation. The Trust was founded over 25 years ago and encourages schools and community groups to raise awareness and develop projects which benefit the local environment. Merseyside Environmental Trust provides small grants to projects which help

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Malvern Primary School          

£6,000 to create an outdoor learning area for the local community. Malvern Primary School is transforming part of its playing field into a wildlife haven giving local children and families in Knowsley the chance to experience the countryside within their

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Rotters Community Composing

  £3,025 to encourage children to reduce food waste. ‘What a Waste’ is a project developed by Rotters Community Composting to help primary schools in Liverpool reduce their waste in a fun and practical way using composting and growing vegetables.

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Pull up a Chair Productions

  £1,000 for widening access to performing arts for young people. Pull up a Chair Productions is a non-profit touring theatre company dedicated to using drama as a tool to inspire and engage Merseyside’s communities to create lasting change. Pull up

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Tmesis Theatre

Tmesis Theatre was founded in 2003 and creates, develops and shares world-class physical theatre through performance, participation and an international festival. Based in Liverpool the theatre company has received critical acclaim for the unique style of movement-based theatre and their

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20 Stories High

£1,000 towards Melody Loses Her Mojo. 20 Stories High creates challenging theatre and attracts new audiences with a mix of professional productions, youth theatre and community projects. PH Holt funded Masterclasses for 250 young people who had not engaged with

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Family Friendly Art Play

£1,000 supporting family activities at the Williamson Art Gallery. Targeting hard to reach families, Family Friendly Art Play at the Williamson Art Gallery offers local parents and preschool children accessible creative arts workshops inspired by artefacts from the Williamson Art

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£10,000 towards DaDaFest’s ‘Art of the Lived Experiment’. DaDaFest is a professional disability and deaf arts organisation, based in Liverpool which has developed a global reputation. They deliver an array of work ranging from employment in the creative sector, an annual arts programme;

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