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- Earliest award date
- 02 Jun 1998
- Latest award date
- 14 Dec 2017
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This three year project will provide dedicated local support to encourage and enable socially excluded people to volunteer. It will raise the profile of volunteering, encourage members of local communities to volunteer, work with local agencies to develop volunteering opportunities and cascade volunteering good practice. Through volunteering 190 socially excluded people living in South Edinburgh will increase their skills and confidence helping them to "move on".
This project will develop a pilot funded by Esmee Fairburn Foundation to improve the success rate in volunteering for volunteers with more complex needs or multiple disabilities. It will provide intensive support to individual volunteers to enable them to make the most of the volunteering opportunities.
This group develops and promotes volunteering by removing barriers to participation and improving opportunities. This project will celebrate volunteers in the Scottish Borders, acknowledging people who volunteer as the unsung heroes of the community.
Accelerate 31 Jan 2008
The project will train a team of peer education volunteers to deliver talks and workshops in schools and youth organisations detailing the benefits of volunteering. The young people involved will be supported by a youth development worker and a dedicated youth volunteering website. The project will run for 3 years and train 50 peer education volunteers and encourage 400 young people into volunteering. The money will fund salaries and training costs.
This group provides a supported volunteering initiative to enable a wide range of people to participate in volunteering opportunities. The grant is for volunteer expenses, training costs, consultancy fees, publicity and printing.
Putting our Friends back into Volunteering 04 Oct 2016
This group helps people in the community into volunteering roles. This funding will be used by the group to recruit more volunteers.
Volunteering Taster Sessions 23 Feb 2007
Volunteer Centre Midlothian's project will raise young people's confidence, independence, team building skills and sense of worth. Funded through the Big Lottery Fund's 'Young People's Fund' and delivered in Midlothian the project will provide volunteering opportunities for young people. These volunteering opportunities will range from single day placements to 12 week 'Volunteering Taster Sessions'.
Take up volunteering 21 May 2010
This group will develop its volunteer project and employ a sessional support worker to help recruit, support, place and train 15 new volunteers with specific support needs. The grant will fund a volunteer support sessional worker, volunteer travel costs and expenses, recruitment costs for sessional staff, volunteer outings and events and training costs.
THE BIG PARADE - Volunteers Take to the Streets 29 Jan 2014
The group will use the funding to train volunteers in organising events. The training will culminate in the Big Parade where volunteers will take to the streets as part of National Volunteers Week.
Volunteer Improvement Programme 29 Oct 2010
The Volunteer Improvement Programme aims to strengthen the voluntary and community sector in Scotland. It will provide support to BIG funded projects to offer improvements in volunteering practice, increase confidence in approaches, identify volunteering barriers and help bring greater success for many projects.
Prostate Awareness Volunteering Project 20 Dec 2010
This group will develop training and support for volunteers. This grant will fund volunteer handbook research, development, design and printing costs. The grant will also be used to provide materials for volunteer groups, two volunteer training seminars, volunteer expenses and promotional leaflets.
Lothians Conservation Volunteers will purchase a brand new minibus to transport volunteers between various projects which are not easily accessible via public transport.
Grant to Mid-Argyll Transport Volunteers (MATV) 29 Nov 2017
We want to buy mobility aids for 15 volunteer cars to improve client comfort and safety by helping them get in and out of the vehicles.
Volunteer Relationships 22 May 2013
The group will employ a sessional volunteer c-ordinator who will work to recruit new volunteers and deliver a training/development programme for volunteers.
Shotts PSYV 01 Nov 2017
This new organisation from Shotts aims to inspire young people to participate positively in their communities. The grant will fund running costs for the new group and allow the group to take part in volunteering activities.
Volunteer Advisors Scotland 10 Feb 2011
The foundation will establish a volunteer advisors programme to support people with allergies living in Scotland, in particular Brechin and Angus. Local volunteers will receive training to enable them to provide advice through the telephone, online, public awareness events and support group meetings. The volunteers will also be acting as advocates for allergy sufferers. This grant will fund volunteer leaflet design/printing, training packs, software, five headsets and travel expenses.
Carer Volunteer Development Project 12 Aug 2009
This group wish to embark on a programme to increase their capacity to recruit and engage more volunteers for their project. This grant will fund sessional worker costs, staff support costs, staff travel costs, volunteer recruitment, volunteer training and volunteers' expenses.
C-Change Volunteer Initiative 10 Nov 2011
This group will start a volunteering project which will involve local people providing support to individuals with learning difficulties or mental health issues. The aim is to help the beneficiaries access activities in their area and become more involved in their communities. This grant will fund volunteer expenses, publicity materials, a sessional volunteer coordinator, a laptop, stationery, printing costs, mobile phone costs and volunteer coordinator travel costs.
The project will improve the social skills, confidence, independence, skill levels and employability of 48 people in Inverness who have learning difficulties, physical disabilities and mental health issues. Project beneficiaries will be supported by buddy volunteers to take up a range of volunteering opportunities in various not for profit organisations across Inverness.
This group provides facilities for people with disabilities to improve their mobility. The grant will allow the group to put existing volunteers through further training to increase their safety skills. It will also allow them to extend their volunteer and user base by advertising and paying extra costs associated with new volunteers. The grant will fund volunteer expenses, volunteer travel, minibus fire evacuation training course, advertising.