In March 2016 we announced the six projects that would benefit from our Environmental Grants Scheme. Read about their progress one year on.
One part of the huge legacy that IdeasTap left was IdeasMag, a rich editorial archive featuring articles, blogs and interviews about getting started (and getting ahead) in the creative industries. We are pleased to announce that all the content from IdeasMag is now hosted on Hiive, where it will continue to reach an audience of young creatives.
As our friends at Hiive put it: “IdeasMag was the editorial heart of IdeasTap, with bundles of wise words and wisdom for budding creatives, in the form of how-tos, guides, interviews and opinion pieces. Covering all aspects of the creative and cultural world, hosting this archive will continue to inspire and educate performing artists and creatives in their careers for many years to come.”
The Peter De Haan Charitable Trust has a long history of awarding grants to the environmental sector. Last year we announced a new Environmental Grants Scheme allocating a further £1 million to grant aid environmental programmes of which £750,000 has now been allocated to six projects. Read more about the six projects that were chosen.
The Peter De Haan Charitable Trust has announced that it has allocated a further £1 million to grant aid to environmental programmes — and bids are now open. PDHCT has a long history of awarding grants to the environmental sector, in particular supporting the work of various Wildlife Trusts, the John Muir Trust and peatland conservation. For guidelines on how to apply, click here.
IdeasTap today announced a final pledge of £100,000 to continue supporting creative people after it closes its doors in July. The charity will launch a series of funds, competitions and mentoring opportunities on Hiive, a networking site for creative people. Read more.
We continued to support Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust this year. “PDHCT has supported us in delivering a huge variety of practical nature conservation tasks, enabling a wide range of volunteers from local communities, organisations, and businesses to protect and enhance Rutland Water and other key nature reserves,” said director Simon Bentley.