Grant Recipients

We have been privileged to fund some incredible projects across the UK for organisations that work in prisoner rehabilitation, COVID community resilience and LGBTQ+ asylum support.

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Spark Inside

The Fat Beehive Foundation were able to provide funding to Spark Inside a charity that helps young people in prison to have a purpose to strive towards upon release: a more attractive alternative to a return to crime. The grant has been used to develop a digital project to help rehabilitate young offenders in prison, who have been particularly isolated due to Covid-19.

Spark Inside Hero's Journey
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The Caerphilly Miners Centre for the Community

The Foundation has provided funds towards a virtual climate change garden for the future, engaging with schools, environmental volunteers and helping to support the mental health and wellbeing of the community that has been hugely impacted by COVID-19.

Climate Change Garden for the Future
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Rainbow Home

The Trustees were delighted to support Rainbow Home who provide specialist support and assistance to help reduce the psychological isolation and inequalities experienced by LGBTQ+ asylum seekers and those who have leave to remain but are not yet settled in North East England. Rainbow Home is a lifeline in an unfamiliar country with an uncertain future ahead of them. They have never had an online presence and we’re excited to see their new website

Rainbow Home website
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Kids in the Spotlight

Kids In The Spotlight (KITS) provide disadvantaged children aged 7-16 with the opportunity to join a wide range of after-school extra-curricular/vocational courses. KITS works with children who are victims of abuse, poverty, illness in the family and more – many service users are referred by local welfare agencies. KITS strongly believe that giving children the opportunity to explore their talents will help them overcome their personal or family challenges and become confident, resilient and contributing members in society. The Fat Beehive Foundation grant will allow the charity to renovate their website to expand their reach to young people.

Kids in the Spotlight website
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Pregnancy Sickness Support

Pregnancy Sickness Support address the needs of women suffering with nausea and vomiting in pregnancy and Hyperemesis Gravidarum as well as incorporating the needs of the health care professionals and carers of women suffering with these conditions

Pregnancy Sickness Support website
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Canine Concern Scotland Trust

Canine Concern Scotland have around 1,000 registered volunteers that power their Therapets visiting service. It has been scientifically proven that the mere action of stroking a dog, or cat, slows down the heartbeat, reduces blood pressure, and makes someone who has already suffered a heart attack much less likely to have another.

Canine Concern Scotland Trust
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The Harvey Hext Trust - A Sibling's Wish

The Charity supports children who have lost a sibling by supplying them with bespoke Memory boxes.

The Harvey Hext Trust - A SIbling's Wish
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Support After Murder & Manslaughter

Support After Murder and Manslaughter provide a wide range of peer support services to people bereaved by murder and manslaughter. Their unique support services have been designed by the bereaved for the bereaved to meet a persons’ emotional support needs.

Support After Murder and Manslaughter

The Trustees also identified a number of projects that might be supported by other means. We are excited to announce that a number of Fat Beehive staff have volunteered their time to help with some of the digital projects, supporting these charities to improve donation practicesbrandingUX, UISEO and content writing for digital.