- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Local Voices - Refugee Health & Wellbeing 15 Sep 2017
This project will enable the group to deliver a six week programme in Renfrewshire and North Lanarkshire to raise awareness of mental health issues within the refugee community.
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.
West of Scotland Housing Association 26 May 2017
This group will expand their existing community activities as well as introduce new activities for residents of Camlachie, Parkhead and Dalmarnock. Activities include expanding both the Family Meal and Homework Clubs from two to five clubs, increasing the range and content of the summer holiday programme, and increasing access for people of all abilities to the local Tea Dances. In addition it aims to ensure local people are able to sit with statutory authorities to influence services in the area.
State Infected Review Engagement Network (SIREN) 23 May 2017
This group offer peer to peer support to people who have Hepatitis C. The funding will be used to deliver an 8 month programme of networking and information sessions across Scotland.
Reclaim Your Potential 15 Sep 2017
This group supports ex-service men and women through workshop based fine woodworking skills and personal development. This funding will be used to expand the group’s existing work by linking refugees with veterans to support integration, improve health and wellbeing, reduce isolation, and increase employability skills.
Person to Person (P2P) 17 May 2017
This project will create opportunities for autistic people to make friends and socialise. NAS will use the funding to support 250 adults over the age of 26 who are on the autistic spectrum, they will also recruit 50 volunteers. The project will be delivered via a combination of face to face mentoring, e-befriending, telephone support and regular coffee clubs. Another element and long term goal is to see the autistic adults take ownership of more elements of the project.
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.
Noble Arts Amateur Boxing Club 26 May 2017
This group supports the community in Nitshill, Priesthill and Househillwood by providing a range of community activities based around Levernwood Hall (a former community centre) in Nitshill, Glasgow. The group will use the funding to recruit a coordinator develop activities for the wider community and to link with local projects and services. The club will also refurbish the hall to make improvements to the toilet facilities and to repair a leaking window.
Story-led Play Programme: Closing the Attainment Gap
Rape Crisis Survivors' Trauma Recovery Groupwork Project
This funding will be used to develop a project in Govan/Craigton and Canal/Possilpark for vulnerable young people aged 12-18. It will focus on early intervention and preventative work. The young people will receive support from peer mentors and young person’s practitioners who will be encouraged to identify diversionary activities. This will result in a more positive destination for the young person and allow them to have greater control over their lives.