- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 08 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
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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.
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.
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.
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.
This project will work with minority ethnic families in Townhead to address isolation and help them to develop a sense of belonging to the community. The group will put together a programme of Family and Community play programmes, based in Townhead Village Hall where parents and children will work together and then give them opportunities to meet other families who live in the community.
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.
My Way 28 Nov 2017
This group is a leader in creative youth empowerment, delivering a wide range of arts based activities to develop young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. The funding will be used for the My Way programme which takes referrals from partner organisations working with highly vulnerable young people in North Glasgow. They will create a new Outreach and Partnership role, and increase current staff capacity to give young people better access to workshops, master-classes and performance opportunities.
Calums Cabin Glasgow Flat (2) 17 Jan 2018
This charity provides accommodation for children with cancer and related diseases, through both holiday homes and where families can stay during a child’s hospital treatment. This award will help the group to furnish a second flat which they have just bought in Glasgow.
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.
Japanese Matsuris in Glasgow 2018 04 Dec 2017
This organisation will run a Japanese festival for the community. Activities will include origami, calligraphy, drawing, Taiko drumming, singing and food sampling.
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.
Confident Transitions 19 Jun 2017
This group will deliver a programme of support and confidence building for vulnerable young people age 15 and over identified as likely to drop out of school or leave school at the earliest opportunity without any positive destination, plan or qualification. The project will build on an existing pilot and will operate across Glasgow and South Ayrshire, providing support for 180 young people.
Grant to Scottish Nautical Welfare Society 04 Jul 2017
Grant to support regular quarterly grants to 85 older Merchant Navy beneficiaries, plus a contribution towards general welfare/running costs.
This school who are based in Glasgow will undertake a gardening project for Primary 6 aged pupils.
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.
Differabled Pilot Project 15 Sep 2017
This group provide training, support and information to parents of children with disabilities and additional support needs. The funding will be used to deliver a pilot project which will run 12 support groups in three areas of Glasgow; North West, East and South, with four groups delivered in in each area.
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.