Our incubation grants, which include desk space, seed capital and development support, are awarded to pioneers in our three streams of work.
We have made the following awards to date:
Artistic Directors of the Future is the UK’s first organisation dedicated to creating change at leadership level in mainstream theatres. We work with a wide range of culturally diverse directors at varying levels of experience to inspire, prepare, support and empower the next generation of artistic leaders giving them the leverage they need to progress to the next step.
The Bridge Institute is a non-profit think tank producing in-depth research and analysis on Muslims in Britain and issues that affect them. It aims to develop discourses that better reflect the realities with regards to British Muslims. It seeks thereby to provide a more informed basis for policy interpretations and their impact upon Muslim communities.
Coexist House aims to become the leading global centre for transforming public knowledge of the practices and perspectives of the world’s religions to engage the public’s imagination and build understanding and respect.
Over the last 20 years, Khayaal has developed a strong reputation as the first dedicated producer of professional English language theatre inspired by Muslim world culture and heritage. Khayaal is forging a new genre and brand of cross-cultural theatre whose formula of wisdom and humour has won it popular and critical acclaim nationally and internationally.
Media Diversified is a social enterprise working to enrich, engage and improve the UK’s media landscape. Their progressive media platform features comment and opinion on subjects ranging from politics, media, culture, lifestyle, and the arts. To support and drive wider progress towards representation and inclusivity in the media and creative industries, they also offer dedicated training, workshops and partnership opportunities.
The M-Fest is a new literary festival exploring Muslims and their cultural diversity through a combination of author-led events, panel discussions on topical issues and live entertainment. Gathering voices from around the world, it will forge a forward-thinking initiative celebrating Muslim cultural actors and voices in London and beyond.
Patchwork Foundation works to encourage positive integration of minority, disadvantaged and under-represented communities into British political society. Through facilitating opportunities for interaction between such communities, MPs and policy makers and shapers, it empowers citizens to play a more active role on the issues that impact them.
Sadaqa Day brings together individuals, community groups, mosques, women’s groups, schools, and families by promoting, co-ordinating and facilitating volunteering in furtherance of charitable purposes, for the benefit of the public in the UK and abroad.