- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 09 Feb 1999
- Latest award date
- 04 Aug 2017
Giving children a voice 19 May 2006
This group's idea is to bring children together to think about their lives and the issues that affect them. They then meet with adults and consider the ways they can help their communities. administrative support, evaluation report costs, production of a strategic development plan, travel and subsistence and printing.
Street Level 13 Oct 2006
NCH Street Level will raise the self- confidence and social skills of young people who have experienced homelessness. The project will work with 50 young people per year, providing them with leisure cards which will give them access to all of Dundee City Council's Leisure facilities. The grant will pay for 50 leisure passes each year and will also fund the provision of outdoor activities to 24 young people each year.
the100: girls and women working to advance rights and human dignity.
Moray Cedar Project 01 Feb 2012
The project will introduce the CEDAR groupwork approach, through a partnership approach with local statutory agencies including health, education, social work and the police. CEDAR is a 12-week therapeutic groupwork programme for women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse. The aim of the programme is to help families rebuild relationships and move on from their experiences of domestic abuse. The grant will pay for salaries, organisational overheads and travel costs.
This group will engage a writer and performer to facilitate the production of a 15-minute short film which will engage disadvantaged young people helping them explore the themes of sexual health and relationships. This grant will fund an external film production services, sessional support staff, transport for 25 people, publicity costs, website costs, software and two video cameras.
Grant to Children in Scotland 25 Sep 2008
Towards the salary for an early years' policy officer to make a lasting impact on Scottish early years policy, provision and practice.
Grant to Children 1st 01 Jul 2014
A family support service for children living in a variety of challenging circumstances in Edinburgh. Children will be happier more confident and resilient as they and their families are given tailored support some with volunteer befrienders and helpers.
The project will investigate the changing roles of fathers in their families as well as the changing role of men in their social networks, communities and the workforce as a means to understanding how being a young father can be supported by organisations such as Children 1st and other organisations supporting families.
Chill Out Zone (COZ) 08 Jun 2007
The Chill Out Zone in Bathgate. 300 young people aged 12 - 20 will benefit from extended opening hours on Friday evenings and weekends. The project will also help young people to access volunteering opportunities. Young people who are socially excluded such as 'looked after' and accommodated young people, teenage mothers and LGBT young people. The grant will meet the salary costs of two new full time project workers.
The funding will be used for a programme of workshops focussing on children's views of fatherhood.
This group will use the funding for workshops with children focusing on their rights and parental guidance.
This group will use the funding for volunteer training and resources for community events.
NCH Alness Families Project 17 Mar 2006
A joint initiative with partner agencies to bridge an identified gap and ease the transition of the most vulnerable families towards universal provision, by creating an outdoor play area at project base. Designed to provide intensive support to families in a group setting where parenting skills can be rehearsed more publicly and developed until the parent and child are both confident to move into mainstream groups.
Recovery from Abuse and Trauma across Scotland 27 May 2015
To help children and young people to heal and their families to recover from abusive experiences, CHILDREN 1ST’s Scotland-wide Recovery from Abuse and Trauma services offer a safe environment and intensive specialist support to make sense of the past, rebuild a sense of worth, and develop trust in the future.