- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 12 Sep 2018
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- Largest GBP award
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This group provide information, support and services to people living with acquired brain injury. The group will use the funding for an art project to explore the impacts of acquired brain injury.
This group will continue its Mind Waves online mental health self-management project in Glasgow. People with mental health issues will become volunteer community correspondents and will update the Mind Waves website and twitter account. The volunteers will receive support and training through bespoke sessions and open workshops in IT, digital skills and writing. Alongside its 18 current correspondents in Greater Glasgow it will establish groups in two new areas of Scotland.
Kings Croft's 'Play Time' 23 May 2017
This group based in the Croftfoot area of Glasgow run the Glencroft Community Hall. The group will use the funding to run two groups providing structured play activities to children and parents, one Parent and Toddler group for children aged between 8 months – 5 years, and one group for children with autism aged between 3 – 8 years and their families.
Lambhill Stables - Healthy Eating Workshops 08 Nov 2017
This organisation based in Possilpark will deliver healthy eating on a budget workshops covering food preparation, kitchen safety, and getting a balanced diet. The project is aimed at families on low incomes and vulnerable people.
Educate M.E. 30 Jan 2018
This group provides support for individuals and families across the UK affected by M.E/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This project will allow the group to set up partnership steering groups in four locations in Scotland, and develop an education support service for families and schools.
Saturdays @ LHM 23 May 2017
This organisation runs a variety of services including a drop in centre and kitchen for people experiencing homelessness, poverty, addiction and other forms of hardship. This project will enable the group to offer an all day service on Saturdays.
Peer Support Scotland 17 May 2017
This group will use the funding to continue their support for people living with blood borne viruses, HIV/Hepatitis C (PLBBV) by providing a holistic package of support. Activities will be co-delivered by staff and peer mentors and will include 1:1 sessions along with a variety of group workshops focusing on social and emotional wellbeing. Peer mentors with lived experience will receive training to help support participants with attending appointments, social activities and the development of peer networks.
Creative Citizens 23 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to deliver a theatre and creative arts project to engage marginalised people who are in recovery from addiction. Creative arts workshops/productions will be used to develop people’s strengths and promote the valuable contribution they can make to their local communities. Four main events will be produced in Glasgow and will be delivered in partnership with Turning Point Scotland and Addaction.
Person to Person (P2P) 17 May 2017
This project will create opportunities for autistic people to make friends and socialise. NAS will use the funding to support 250 adults over the age of 26 who are on the autistic spectrum, they will also recruit 50 volunteers. The project will be delivered via a combination of face to face mentoring, e-befriending, telephone support and regular coffee clubs. Another element and long term goal is to see the autistic adults take ownership of more elements of the project.
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.
Story-led Play Programme: Closing the Attainment Gap
Meeting the changing needs of clients 26 Feb 2018
This charity will commission an independent review of its core services to ensure they are effectively meeting the needs of members of the community who are dealing with debt, are hoping to move into employment or require support with financial management.
Local Voices - Refugee Health & Wellbeing 15 Sep 2017
This project will enable the group to deliver a six week programme in Renfrewshire and North Lanarkshire to raise awareness of mental health issues within the refugee community.
Kinning Park Pop-up Film Day 04 Dec 2017
This charity will use the funding to deliver a pop-up community film day, with an Asian focus, in the Kinning Park complex as part of the Glasgow Film Festival. The event will also include workshops, food, music and dancing.
Blue Roof Options Study 26 Mar 2018
This funding will be used to complete an options appraisal for the potential future usage of the ‘The Blue Roof’, a community facility in Glasgow.
Engaging The Creativity 08 Nov 2017
This project will provide a range of traditional music and dance activities for young people, as well as educational classes for adults.
GEAAP's Family links Counsellor 19 Jun 2017
This group supports people and their families where relationships have broken down due to alcohol addiction. The project will employ a Family Links worker who will support and encourage families to rebuild relationships and make positive changes by bringing families together for counselling sessions in a safe, facilitated environment. The project will support 150 people and 15 volunteers in North East Glasgow over three years.
GEAAP's Peer Mentoring Service 26 Mar 2018
This charity will use the funding to continue their peer mentoring services, supporting people from the north east of Glasgow in the early stages of alcohol addiction recovery, enabling them to access services and treatment.