- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 01 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to New Caledonian Woodlands 10 Aug 2017
over three years towards the core costs of this therapeutic project based in Edinburgh that uses the natural environment to improve people's physical and mental wellbeing
Grant to Russian Arctic Convoy Museum 04 Apr 2017
Funding to support Merchant Navy veterans to attend the 75th Anniversary of the first convoy to leave Loch Ewe 7, the launch of the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum.
Grant to Poppyscotland 21 Nov 2017
Grant funding of the Armed Services Advice Project which provides information, advice and support to members of the Armed Forces community throughout Scotland.
This trust deliver a mentor focused programme to provide support for primary aged children who have been identified as having low self-esteem, lack confidence and are at risk of making bad decisions within the Peebles area. The funding will allow the group to enhance and continue delivering a package of support, underpinned by mentoring, to 150 young people within the nine primary schools in the area.
This group will use the funding to build their surf therapy and peer mentoring project aimed at young people aged between 8 and 24 experiencing depression, anxiety or low mood, or who have experienced trauma caused by stress-related events such as bereavement, family breakdown or domestic violence.
PLAINS SENIOR RESIDENTS CLUB 29 Sep 2017
This funding will allow the group to take their members on various outings and provide some sessional care support for members with mobility issues.
Fork in the Road 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to develop two bike trailer units into transportable, fully equipped kitchen project space. The space will be used for a programme of workshops focussing on the local landscape, community growing spaces, and food issues.
Growing Memories 23 May 2017
This group based in Kilmarnock operate a range of library, museum, sports and cultural facilities previously managed by the local authority. The funding will be used to carry out a programme of activities which will benefit local older people with dementia.
Caledonia Court Gardening Buddies 08 Nov 2017
This group, based in Fraserburgh, is formed of tenants of the Caledonia Court residential development. The group will work in partnership with Aberdeen Foyer and Sanctuary Housing to create a new community garden for local people to enjoy.
Linking our communities 08 Nov 2017
This project will allow the group to create a public walkway through local woodland to join up the Busby communities of Woodyett Park and Easterton/Westerton.
This group work to raise awareness of Coeliac disease. The current estimate of the undiagnosed Coeliac disease sufferers in Scotland is 40,000. This project will reach out to those people in need of diagnosis and to advise them how to get manage their condition.
The North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival 2018 26 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to run the North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival 2018. The event will bring the local community and visiting volunteers together to celebrate the rare breed seaweed eating sheep that are kept on the island. They will also rebuild the sheepdyke that encircles the island.
Volunteering Hebrides 21 Feb 2018
This funding will be used to create a partnership between Volunteering Hebrides, Staran CiC and Voluntary Action Training so that they can deliver a wide range of dedicated health and welfare projects, activities, events, and learning opportunities to people living on the Western Isles. The project will focus their work to focus on people who are hard to reach including: the elderly, physically disabled, people with learning difficulties and people with mental health issues.
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.