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Results

the "Opening the Past to the Future" Project 03 Feb 2015

the "Opening the Past to the Future" Project

Amount: £20,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: St. Matthew's Church

the Volunteer Coordinator (Community Engagement Volunteer Project) 03 Feb 2015

the Volunteer Coordinator (Community Engagement Volunteer Project)

Amount: £33,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Inspire

The Regional Co-ordinator 03 Feb 2015

The Regional Co-ordinator

Amount: £10,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Over The Wall

the Glasgow Music Festival 2015 03 Feb 2015

the Glasgow Music Festival 2015

Amount: £2,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Glasgow Music Festival Association

The Carpet Binding skills programme 03 Feb 2015

The Carpet Binding skills programme

Amount: £13,500
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Spruce Carpets

Support for ongoing running costs 03 Feb 2015

Support for ongoing running costs

Amount: £9,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Skye & Lochalsh Friends Of Arms

The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager 03 Feb 2015

The salary costs of the Senior Health & Wellbeing Manager

Amount: £37,500
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: FARE

Support Worker (Alcohol Counselling Services Ross & Sutherland) 03 Feb 2015

Support Worker (Alcohol Counselling Services Ross & Sutherland)

the Befriending Coordinator's salary (Parish Nursing Befriending Project) 03 Feb 2015

the Befriending Coordinator's salary (Parish Nursing Befriending Project)

Amount: £14,500
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Sheddocksley Baptist Church

The Work of SUDEP Action in Scotland 03 Feb 2015

The Work of SUDEP Action in Scotland

Amount: £18,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: SUDEP Action Scotland

the Newton Stewart Regeneration Project 03 Feb 2015

the Newton Stewart Regeneration Project

Amount: £17,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Newton Stewart Initiative

the Minibus Purchase Project 03 Feb 2015

the Minibus Purchase Project

Amount: £10,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Lothian Community Transport Services

Core Costs Support 03 Feb 2015

Core Costs Support

Amount: £36,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: North Edinburgh Arts

the Minibus Appeal 03 Feb 2015

the Minibus Appeal

Amount: £5,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Order of Malta Dial a Journey

The Supporting Families - Support Workers Project 03 Feb 2015

The Supporting Families - Support Workers Project

Amount: £33,750
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Home-Start Wigtownshire

the Life Coaching and Mentoring Project 03 Feb 2015

the Life Coaching and Mentoring Project

Amount: £30,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: HELM Training Ltd.

the Part Time Co-ordinators 03 Feb 2015

the Part Time Co-ordinators

Amount: £18,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Garthamlock Community Group

Developing a programme of regular activities 03 Feb 2015

Developing a programme of regular activities

Amount: £4,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Muckle Toon Adventure Company

the running costs of the organisation 03 Feb 2015

the running costs of the organisation

Amount: £36,000
Funder: The Robertson Trust
Recipient: Machan Trust

Ferry Leisure Centre VIY Project 08 May 2017

The grant will be used to mobilise and support 20-25 young people aged 14-24 (the majority being unemployed and/or disengaged from mainstream learning or education) in helping to refurbish Ferry Leisure Centre in Oxford, as a combined volunteering and employability skills development opportunity. The project will take place over two months (April/May 2017) and will cover urgent repair and improvement works to specific areas of the centre (identified by charity Fusion Lifestyle, who manage/operate the centre). In undertaking the works, the young people will mentored on-the-job by a team of 5/6 local professional tradespeople, and will work towards achieving an Entry Level 3 City & Guilds vocational employability skills qualification. Young people will also be supported in developing broader employability skills such as teamwork, communication skills and time-keeping. Over the course of the project, each young person will typically commit/complete at least 20 volunteering/guided learning hours on site. Ultimately, young people completing the project will be connected with further training and employment opportunities beyond the project, via the project partners (e.g. local Wickes store, local vocational skills college) and local sector-relevant employers.