We’re excited to announce our Phoenix Fund grantholders.

These Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME)* charities and groups in England are working in the heart of their communities to provide essential and emergency services and tailored support and education. The Phoenix Fund is helping support their important work. See the 184 grantholders below by the regions in which they work.

 

Multiple regions

  • Abundance Centres Development Trust
  • Black 2 Nature
  • Black Deaf UK
  • BME Medics
  • Community Centred Knowedge
  • End the Virus of Racism
  • Freedom Charity
  • Girls I Rate
  • Imaan LGBTQI Muslim Support
  • Inclusive Graduates
  • Khidr Collective
  • Mabadiliko Therapy Ltd
  • Make A Change CIC
  • Mandala Theatre Company
  • Media Cultured CIC
  • Our Pain 2 Power
  • Pain2Purpose
  • Parents on Board
  • Peak Tuition Academy
  • Purple Rain Collective
  • Questlife
  • Race Talk
  • South Asian Community Care (SACC)
  • Street 2 Boardroom
  • The Sharan Project
  • UK Nepal Friendship Society

 

London & South East

  • 2020 Change CIC
  • 81 Acts of Exuberant Defiance
  • Access Music Media
  • African Global Media & Community Development
  • Afro-Brazilian Arts & Cultural Exchange Institute
  • AkomaAsa Performing Arts Academy
  • ANBU UK
  • Anglo Chinese Cultural Exchange
  • Artistry Youth Dance
  • Arts Bridge Charity
  • Aspire 2 Inspire Dyslexia
  • Autism Voice
  • Black Books Matter
  • Brighton and Hove Black Women’s Group
  • Caribbean Elderly Hairoun Day Centre
  • Centre for Development Assistance
  • CoCreate Tower Hamlets CIC
  • Communities4Change
  • Community Centre for Refugees from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia (VLC)
  • Community Legal Centre (CLC)
  • Croydon Foodbank
  • Croydon Refugee Centre
  • Dedicated to Change Project
  • deep:black London
  • Deja Moi LTD
  • Elevated Minds CIC
  • Eritrean Saho Culture Association
  • Evidence to Exist Research Group
  • Family United
  • Girls Into Coding
  • Girlsplained
  • Greenwich Vietnamese Women
  • Guiding Hands Organisation
  • Homegrown
  • Homeless Heroes Aid CIC
  • Horizon Community Care CIC
  • Innovai Events CiC
  • I Serve
  • Legacy Of Windrush Descendants
  • Lerato Community Initiative C.I.C
  • J’s Dance Factory
  • Journey Before Success
  • K.O.C.A Community Projects
  • Kreative Culture Klub
  • Learn Hive CIC
  • Make A Difference Entertainment
  • Mile End Community Project
  • Multicultural Richmond
  • My 2nd Chance
  • NEMI Teas Limited
  • Noire Wellness
  • Nutmeg Community
  • One Last One Theatre Company
  • Oromo Community in Brighton and Hove
  • Osagyefo Theatre Company
  • P.H.O.E.B.E
  • Papergang Theatre
  • Parents Action and Resource Centre
  • Peace Ballers
  • People’s Kitchen Projects CIC
  • PIMENTO COMMUNITY CIC
  • Policy Centre for African Peoples (PCAP)
  • Pride of Arabia
  • R.O.C.K.S International Arts Ltd
  • Red Ribbon Living Well Project
  • RESET MH
  • S.M.I.L.E-ing Boys
  • Say It With Your Chest
  • Sirlute
  • Sussex Syrian Community Group
  • Swallow’s Wings Puppetry
  • The Centre for Progressive Change
  • The Learning Club Community Association
  • The Live Wise Foundation
  • The Oitij-jo Collective
  • The Outrunners Charity
  • The Rights Collective
  • The Soul Shack LDN CIC
  • thinkherambition.com
  • True Access
  • True Ambassadors
  • UNIVERSAL EASE TO REDRESS
  • Vital Meals
  • Waltham Forest Tamil Sangam
  • Wayewa Foundation
  • WEPT (Women Empowerment Project & Training)
  • Youth Learning Network
  • Youth Ngage
  • Zari

 

Midlands

  • Balm Therapies
  • Community Advice Service (CAS)
  • Community Summit
  • Diyya Enterprise
  • Dream Live Achieve Academy C.I.C
  • Global Sistaz United
  • Highfield Hall Community Club
  • Home of Africa Community
  • House of Hope Enterprise
  • Listen Uplift Vent
  • Mubasher Sajad healthcare limited
  • Neema Women Community
  • Nottingham African Women’s Empowerment Forum (NAWEF)
  • Our Community Foundation
  • Pashtoon Welfare Committee
  • Punch Records/Saathi House
  • Smartlyte
  • Sound Of Youth
  • West Indian Community Action Group
  • WOWDOT CIC

 

North East & Cumbria

  • Culture Healing Communities

 

North West

  • Aawaz
  • Afrocats
  • Awakening Project
  • De Butterfly
  • Ebony and Ivory Community Organisation
  • Elevate Young Minds
  • European and Roma Organisation Manchester
  • Greater Manchester Pakistani Association
  • Kaalmo Welfare Trust (kwtrust)
  • Keeping It Real 24/7
  • Loveworld Manchester Innercity Missions
  • MenTalK Ubuntu
  • Pennine Oaks
  • Pikes Lane Community Club
  • Rekindle School
  • Rochdale Deaf Rhinos
  • The Blair Project Ltd
  • The Social Business Company
  • We Are Black Gold CIC
  • Zimbabwe Women’s Organisation (ZIWO)

 

South West

  • Bath Ethnic Minority Senior Citizens Association
  • Catalys-ability C.I.C.
  • Cognitive Paths
  • Friends of St. Pauls Library
  • Inclusive Exeter
  • Somali Kitchen Bristol CIC
  • Umoja Arts Network
  • WeRise (Women Empowered against Racism, Injustice, Sexism and Extremism)

 

Yorkshire & Humber

  • Adira
  • African Caribbean Achievement Project
  • Arouk
  • Broughton Road Community Centre
  • Chapeltown & Harehills Learning Project
  • Complete Woman CIC
  • Hop On Yorkshire
  • Hull Sisters
  • International Women’s Association Doncaster
  • Jah Light Community Project
  • Jamaica Society Leeds
  • Men Up North
  • Moonlight Trust
  • Scunthorpe Black African Minority Group
  • SevenThreeOne
  • Sheffield Maternity Cooperative
  • Sisters United Halifax
  • SKY Positive Minds
  • Tasif Khan Community Boxing Academy
  • Unity Academy
  • Urban Reach

 


The Phoenix Fund Full Colour Lock-Up (Digital)

The Phoenix Fund was established with the support of The National Lottery Community Fund and Global Fund for Children. The £2.4 million commitment from The National Lottery Community Fund was made possible thanks to National Lottery players and made available £2 million in grants to Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities across England and a further £400,000 to support further development of the fund.

Header photo provided by the Ubele Initiative, a convening partner of the Phoenix Fund.

 


 
* We recognize the diversity of individual identities and lived experiences, and we recognize that BAME is an imperfect term that does not fully capture the racial, cultural, and ethnic identities that experience structural and systematic inequality. Whenever possible, we attempt to name individuals as they themselves prefer to be named.

Global Fund for Children (GFC) UK Trust, created in 2006, is a UK registered charity (UK charity number 1119544). We work to generate vital income, create new fundraising opportunities, and raise awareness of the invaluable work of GFC’s grassroots grantees. Our aim is to extend the reach of GFC in the United Kingdom, Europe, and beyond.

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