- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 21 Feb 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Parkhead Citizens Advice Bureau 24 Mar 2011
Programme of home visits by volunteer advisers to assist people aged 60+ with money issues (mainly welfare benefits and debt).
To improve access to health information for minority ethnic groups in Glasgow.
Bealach House Day Care Manager - continuation 27 May 2015
1 year continuation funding to sustain the post of Day Care Manager at Bealach House Day Care Centre for people who have been diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia to alleviate the overall running costs of one of the organisations most important resources
Individual therapy/support programmes for children and young people identified as having a neurological condition and living within South of Glasgow. The 12 week programme will be based on the needs of each individual but may include aromatherapy massage, reiki, reflexology, stress management, relaxation and counselling.
NSPCC Perinatal Support Service (Dundee) 25 Nov 2015
The project will help children by supporting women who, during the perinatal period, are at risk from mental illness and its impact. Evidence-based, strength focussed interventions, will deliver outcomes of reduced anxiety, depression; strengthened parent - child relationships /attachments; improved infant mental well-being and reduced risk of neglect / abuse.
Revive MS Support - The Next Step 25 May 2016
Additional funding to cover the shortfall in fit out costs for a new Therapy and Support Centre. This will enable us to meet an increase in client numbers, client expectations and service delivery and provide potential for further anticipated growth in demand.
Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland 01 Apr 2012
Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland. Funding after-school clubs, activities and events, with over 500 science clubs and over 10,000 members.
Active Kids at Chirnsyde 23 Feb 2016
This project will provide creative outdoor play equipment for the playground, providing an accessible active play opportunity to children in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
Destitute Asylum Seeker Service 28 Oct 2016
This group will help people by providing them with crisis aid, legal advice and ongoing support to improve their mental and emotional wellbeing. The support provided will depend on the individual circumstances of each client, but may involve emergency accommodation, washing facilities, food and toiletries, and legal advice.
Shettleston Community Growing Project 20 Nov 2016
This group aims to bring together the community in Shettleston/Tollcross through a local food growing project. The group will offering holiday and after-school activities including outdoor activities, healthy eating activities, a volunteering programme, training and support with gardening, practical cooking sessions, and community events such as the â€˜August Family Fun Dayâ€™.
Diverse Identities in Sport 08 Sep 2015
This group will use the funding to produce a short film featuring the stories of individuals with differing gender identities and their participation in sport.
LGBTI Community Sports Project 21 Dec 2016
This group will use the grant to improve accessibility and participation in sport for people within the LGBTI community. The work will also include providing specific support programmes for the individuals involved, to increase opportunities for physical activity and active sporting participation.
Cardinal Winning Commonwealth Afternoons 04 Oct 2016
This school will use the funding to expand the range of sports that the school offers for the school pupils and also hold the sports sessions in different venues which are local to the pupils. The theme of sports that will be held are in line with those included at the Commonwealth games.
Helping Green Your Garden 26 Oct 2016
This group will run a project called â€˜helping green your gardenâ€™. They will commission a feasibility study to examine the potential for a new service which would offer a collection, drop off and mobile service, repairing and refurbishing everything in the garden either for the owners use or for resale by GWR. The project will develop new skills and training opportunities around repairing a variety of goods which GWR do not currently cover such as metal fittings, textiles, equipment, tools and paving.
The Peddling Pool 17 Mar 2016
This group will use the funding to develop an under-8â€™s cycling trail which will be incorporated in to the wider cycling facilities that the group currently operate.
This trust will use the funding for volunteer expenses which will allow the group to provide a range of debt advice, Credit union and digital inclusion activities.