- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 18 Dec 2017
Repeat funding towards the SUSS IT training programme in Edinburgh, self sufficiency training for young people in Four Square's supported housing, to prepare young people to be ready to move into independent rented accommodation, and to be able to retain their future tenancies.
Towards renovation of two new premises in Edinburgh and Stirling to create the charity's main office and community outreach hubs to engage with disadvantaged young people to help them make, and sustain, positive changes in their lives.
Clowndoctors masterclass and exchange programme 07 Oct 2009
To support a programme of exchange and training with TIN Arts and Northern Ireland Clown Doctors to deepen Hearts & Minds quality of service and develop shared practice.
Supporting young people to independence 28 Jul 2010
Extending DCYP's existing services to deliver, in partnership with other local service providers, a programme of intensive one-to-one support to local young people, which enables them to access education and training and develop the skills and confidence to take advantage of emerging employment opportunities.
Continuing professional development 29 Mar 2011
An ambitious three- year programme of activities designed to deliver personal and professional development to all one hundred and twelve RSNO employees - the first of its kind amongst any performing arts organisations in the UK.
A 3 year volunteer befriending service for 98 children and young people aged 8-25 who have learning disabilities and live in the Scottish Borders.
Community Filmmakers Project 16 May 2007
The Community Filmmakers Project will broaden opportunities for disenfranchised and asylum communities, by teaching filmmaking skills and encouraging talent to tell and screen their stories.
Space to Face 28 Jan 2009
Space to Face, a pilot restorative arts project in the Shetland Islands, is being funded for one year to work with young people caught up in offending behaviour to help them build more positive relationships with their communities. The project will work with local artists to enable young people to find creative ways to learn more about the impact they have on others and on society, as well as their roles and responsibilities.
Maker / Curator 23 Feb 2009
To underpin a series of two maker-led exhibitions and events; enabling makers to develop innovative and effective ways of communicating their practice more directly to audiences.
Jump Start 18 Nov 2009
Offering a structured skills learning, volunteering and mentoring programme to assist young homeless people intergrate with their local community and make a successful transition into employment.
Transitions to Independent Living - Bursary Scheme