- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 02 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Glasgow Anaesthetics Society's National Anaesthetics Conference
Multi Cultural Activities and events, Racial integration networking an
CLEAR THINKING 10 Aug 2016
This funding will be used for a project which will allow the group to deliver a programme of free community counselling to individuals in the Gorbals and Govanhill areas of Glasgow.
Violence Against Women 06 Sep 2016
This group provide support to people of African and middle-eastern origin living in Glasgow. This project will fund a series of workshops to women on the subject of female genital mutilation (FGM) aimed at awareness raising and ultimately prevention among communities that have traditionally practiced it.
This group are the first to adopt the Grameen approach in the UK, offering small loans (microcredit), initially of Â£1,000, for up to 52 weeks to new start up and existing small businesses in the hardest to reach communities. The funding will be used to engage a consultant to set up this process, identifying a clear set of core outcomes for Grameen in the UK, identifying outcome indicators and creating an outcome evaluation framework, which will be evaluated six months after implementation.
Parents and pupils fit together 17 May 2016
This group support pupils of Cardinal Winning Secondary School which caters for children with additional support needs. The funding will be used to purchase a range of fitness equipment.
ANYiSO New Beginnings 01 Dec 2015
This group brings together ethnic minority women to empower them to live independently and to give them confidence to speak out about issues in their lives. The funding will be used to provide skills and training sessions as well as workshops which will improve participants confidence.
Skills and Opportunities Changing Lives 12 Jul 2016
This group have recently acquired premises for their community cafe. The cafÃ© will provide work experience, language classes and training opportunities to those in the local community in particular targeting those of Somali origin. The funding will be used for new equipment, insurance and consultants.
This group promote the activity of geocaching within Scotland. The funding will be used to purchase equipment to use in a series of introductory events.