- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 23 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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People working together to make change happen 23 Jan 2018
The group will be able to expand the range of support programmes they offer to young people aged between 11 and 19 years of age in North West Glasgow. The range of activities are designed to positively impact on their health, wellbeing and to allow them to integrate more fully into their communities. They will also be helped to make the transition from primary to secondary school and onwards towards further education, training or employment.
Letherby Triangle 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to investigate the feasibility of redeveloping the ‘Letherby Triangle’ area of Mount Florida into a key civic space for the local community. The Triangle is approximately 50m long by 25m wide and is located directly opposite Mount Florida Primary School and adjacent to Hampden Stadium.
Keeping Everything Under One Roof 26 Feb 2018
This group will use the funding to improve their facilities for the benefit of the community. The hall is used by twenty community groups and is hired out on an ad hoc basis.
Community Companions Social Cafe 26 Mar 2018
This charity will extend their Community Companion Social Café project following a successful pilot. The project works to reduce isolation and loneliness by providing opportunities for adults to socially interact within care homes and sheltered complexes throughout Dundee.
This group rescue, repair and restore historical buildings at risk across Glasgow, they also deliver the city’s annual Doors Open Day event. The group will use the funding to increase the accessibility of this year’s Doors Open Day event, including printing the event’s brochure in Braille and in two additional languages, as well as providing BSL interpretation during tours and guided walks.
Carers Trainers Project 20 Dec 2017
This organisation will use its three year grant to continue to support informal carers throughout the Western Isles. They will offer training in manual handling, personal foot care, administration of medication, signposting to other relevant agencies, practical and physical demonstrations, and emotional and social support. This will help carers to feel less isolated and more resilient, allowing them to continue caring for longer.
Beatroute Arts 21 Feb 2018
This group will use the funding to bring their community together through a variety of activities including; youth groups - music sessions, photography, gardening, cookery, computer programming, yoga classes for older people, a social group for adults with additional support needs, music therapy for young people with complex support needs, and outreach work with local primary schools. A music studio will also be available for community members to access at the weekend.
This group will use the funding to celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary year through a special group trip to Lake Windermere and a camera to capture the trip. This funding will also enrich the group’s regular activities through the provision of a new sound system and projector screen which will be used to run activities such as film nights and gentle exercise classes.
This group provide a residential drug-addiction recovery programme for people who are over 16 years of age. The group will work with employers, training and volunteering providers and other agencies to identify pathways to help people move onto more positive desintations after their recovery programme has finished.
This group will redevelop a former primary school building in Balallan into a community hub. The site is currently owned and used by the organisation to deliver a number of activities and services. The project will refurbish and redevelop the school building to better accommodate a café, laundrette, museum space, office and workshop space and a new charity shop and recycling facility.
Broxburn United Sports Club 18 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to employ a Community Development Officer and Project Co-ordinator to help deliver their sport and wellbeing community programme. They already have wide range of activities on offer but demand has increased. They are also introducing new programmes which will be targeted at older people who are socially isolated, and youth orientated provision where disengaged younger people will be able to develop their confidence, social interaction and leadership skills through sport.
This group will deliver a continuous and connected package of services to families living in Edinburgh raising a child with autism under 16. They provide both the specialised educational methods and the social support required to allow family life to thrive. Families will access a concentrated Early Years programme which feeds into a Follow On Service until age 16.
This group will use the funding to for their childcare service which supports children aged between four and 16 years of age.
Pollokshaws Area Network 22 Sep 2017
This group will use the funding to bring the community together through a variety of activities to build capacity, develop new skills, and improve health and wellbeing. Activities will be based in Pollokshaws Community Hub and Garden. The organisation currently run regular activities including: a community choir, exercise classes, yoga, coffee and chat, needlecraft and a community garden.