Extraordinary Hate Crime Grant
Victims of Hate Crime: Extraordinary Grant Round
Mark Burns-Williamson launched an extraordinary grant round to support his commitments to and delivery of hate crime.
The one off grant was available from the Victim Support Services Fund held by the Police and Crime Commissioner and was specifically for organisations or individuals to support victims of hate crime.
Applications for funding were taken in late 2015 resulting in 12 successful projects sharing £112,732.50.
The grant was extremely popular with 49 bids being received totalling more than £511,000.
Successful applicants demonstrated the outcome in the Police and Crime Plan that all victims and witnesses are supported across West Yorkshire. Examples of funded projects include smart phone apps for reporting hate crime and providing help and advice, improving reporting via hate crime reporting centres and research.
12 organisations were funded totalling £112,732.50.
|Organisation and Project Name||Amount Awarded|
|Stop Hate - Hate Crime Information and Reporting APP||£12,641.00|
|Leeds City College - The Unintentional Perpetrator||£1,300.00|
|Equity Partnership - Lived experiences of Trans People||£8,496.00|
|Safe Places Organisation Community Interest Company - Smart Phone App For Adults With Learning Disabilities||£4,300.00|
|Stop Hate UK - Hate Crime & Mental Health - Supporting the supporters||£8,692.00|
|Together Women Projects - Why Me||£8,176.50|
|Leeds City Council - Leeds Anti-Social Behaviour Team in partnership with Stop Hate UK - Hate Incident Reporting in Faith Centres||£13,805.00|
|Children and Young People's Service - Young People Together||£20,000|
|Kirklees Council - Hate Crime Smart App||£1,500.00|
|Leeds Gypsy and Traveller Exchange - Gypsies, Travellers and Hate Crime: Telling Our Stories||£9,037.00|
|Wakefield Council - Free From Hate||£9,785.00|
|Bradford Hate Crime Alliance - BHCA||£15,000.00|