- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 08 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to 3D Drumchapel 02 May 2017
over three years as continuation funding towards the salary and associated costs of a dad's development worker at a charity supporting families in inner-city Glasgow
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.
The Hidden Gardens Trust 26 Jan 2018
This project will bring the local community together through a variety of existing volunteering and learning activities centred around their community garden. Volunteering programmes such as Weekend Garden Volunteers and Greenthumbs will bring people together to maintain local green spaces and make new friends. The Greenthumbs programme will also give people the opportunity to become trained volunteer gardening assistants who will help deliver community workshops.
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.
Transforming Lives 09 Nov 2017
This group will use the funding to provide services for older people activity targeting people aged 55 years and over from Castlemilk and the surrounding areas. They will employ an administrator, café assistant and a driver/janitor to ensure members have complete access to their Centre which helps to reduce isolation and loneliness. They will do this by providing a varied range of activities from within the Centre and throughout the community.
Connecting Up Project 26 May 2017
This group will use the funding to deliver new and additional services targeted at older people, people with mobility or restricted access needs, those with long term conditions, and for people experiencing isolation and loneliness. The need to do something for these specific groups was identified by the local community who wanted to ensure that these groups were not excluded and could also benefit from all the various activities run by Annexe Communities.
FARE D of E Programme 30 Jan 2018
This group deliver various family activities to support people in the East End of Glasgow. This project will enable the group to buy a range of outdoor and camping equipment which will enable young people to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.
Paragon Social Arts Programme 27 Sep 2017
This group will run an inclusive arts programme of activities aimed at young people and adults 6 years to 19 years old. The project aims to reduce isolation and build resilience by developing essential life skills through the provision of a diverse range of activities across a varied number of arts disciplines including music, dance, theatre and visual arts. The project will seek to engage with 450 young people and 40 volunteers over the 3 years who have additional support needs and/or disabilities.
With Kids 12 Apr 2017
This project is a development of the groups current activity and provides the following three strands intervention: i) an early intervention therapeutic service that supports vulnerable children and their families in very stressful situations, both emotionally and practically, ii) to work within the community to raise aspirations for the children in the area and iii) collaborate with other professionals in order to enhance their understanding of the positive impact of play therapy on children.
Action for Children 26 Mar 2018
This initiative aims to address youth homelessness before it reaches crisis point in West Dunbartonshire. It will do this through researching and mapping the current system and carrying out tests of change including a multi-agency housing options model and primary and secondary preventative interventions. .
This group will use the grant to help tackle isolation and loneliness among adults with learning disabilities in East Kilbride and Clydesdale. The organisation will set up two peer-support network groups to pilot their delivery approach in the area, and provide valuable evidence to support the creation and roll-out of more peer-support networks across South Lanarkshire.
Change the Way 25 Jun 2017
This group will use the funding to continue to support disabled people improving their lives by building their confidence and resilience as they support them to access services and connect with their communities in order to realise their personal goals. This will be achieved through a range of activities including information and advice sessions, learning tasters and personal development programmes.
Replacement Playground Equipment 15 Sep 2017
This school will use the funding to remove their dilapidated, 14-year-old playground equipment and replace it with new playground equipment that will promote fitness and motor-skill development.
SWAP MARKET 15 Sep 2017
This project will develop a community swap market in Govanhill where people can make multiple forms of exchange in keeping with the organisation’s work towards promoting diversity and cultural richness as forms of wealth.
Scottish Africa United 08 Nov 2017
This group carry out football and community growing activities to promote social inclusion amongst the asylum seeker and refugee community in Glasgow. This project will allow the group to expand their community growing activities which bring local people together.
Noble Arts Amateur Boxing Club 26 May 2017
This group supports the community in Nitshill, Priesthill and Househillwood by providing a range of community activities based around Levernwood Hall (a former community centre) in Nitshill, Glasgow. The group will use the funding to recruit a coordinator develop activities for the wider community and to link with local projects and services. The club will also refurbish the hall to make improvements to the toilet facilities and to repair a leaking window.
Epilepsy Wellbeing Service 28 Nov 2017
This organisation will develop a self-management programme designed to reduce loneliness and isolation to help improve the mental health of people who maybe struggling with life due to their epileptic seizures. Individuals aged 18 and over will be able to access a number of activities including' 1:1 counselling, breathing and relaxation exercises, and peer support. They will also run training sessions for family members.
This project will support local families with a child of eight years and under who are experiencing challenging circumstances. Families will received one to one support in their home from a trained volunteer and will have the opportunity to attend a range of group activities including English classes and creative play sessions. The organisation will also be able to set up a parents and toddlers group and a ladies group. and two play workers.