- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 05 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
POSITIVE PARTICIPATION - LET'S PLAY, LET'S EAT, LET'S MOVE
This project will enable the group to purchase furniture, equipment and toys for their new Butterfly Nursery Baby Room. They will use this facility to provide a variety of parenting support classes such as baby massage, Triple P, healthy eating on a budget, cookery and fitness classes.
Journey Through Play 08 Jul 2015
This group will use the funding to provide nursery staff with play therapy support skills. The group will work in five nurseries they already have links with and that are based in areas of high deprivation.
Lambhill Stables - Balance Ability Programme for Young Children
Rosemount Lifelong Learning 12 Aug 2016
This programme will deliver a wide range of supportive family activities from the groups centre in Royston, Glasgow. Activities will include parenting and family support, one to one coaching, family learning, digital awareness and volunteering. They will also provide training courses, workshops, and family outings and activities. A key aim is to engage with residents and provide them with the skills and supports to ultimately assume responsibility for delivering services themselves.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust Wellbeing Centre 09 Mar 2017
To create a wellbeing centre for the community of Govanhill by refurbishing the majority of the spaces within the B-listed Edwardian Govanhill Baths building which was closed fifteen years ago. This will include a gym, community cafÃ©, community kitchen, hot-desk facilities for local businesses and a range of flexible spaces and meeting rooms.
This group will use the funding for a walking coordinator and materials.
Healthy Choices Plus 17 Dec 2015
This group will use the funding to extend and adapt their healthy eating, healthy lifestyles programme to families and adults from the local community.
FARE Way Cycle Project 25 Jun 2015
This group will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study into the development of a recreational cycle track and skatepark in Easterhouse. These facilities would be built on registered vacant and derelict land and will link together three areas in Easterhouse which are perceived as separate by the residents.
Fostering community pride 07 Sep 2016
The organisation provides information and support to foster families and children across the country. They will hold a celebration event which will recognise the efforts of the people and children that are involved in the organisation and those that foster.
Sacro Veterans Mentoring Service 17 Mar 2016
This project will work with 550 veterans across Scotland, predominantly in the Central Belt. The service aims to promote the reintegration of veterans into society and to reduce the instance of offending which is disproportionately high among this group.
This project will offer young people with learning disabilities living in Glasgow a personalised support and training package which will improve both their employability and life skills, as well as enabling them to become more involved within their respective communities. The organisation will take a multi-agency approach and work with mix of partners, specialist support providers and training facilities.
Nightstop 19 Aug 2016
This group will pilot a service for young people aged between 16 and 25 living in Glasgow and at risk of rough sleeping. They will receive 3-5 nights of accommodation and safety in the homes of approved nightspot volunteers. In addition they will receive one to one support developing a support package that will allow them to address the issues leading towards homelessness. They will also be supported in working towards the longer term options of housing, training and employment opportunities.
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