- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 03 Sep 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
This new group from Glasgow provide educational, social and recreational opportunities for young people. The grant will allow the group to run a series of health, fitness and dance activities, helping to build the confidence and self esteem of young people and providing them with the skills to make positive lifestyle choices. The grant will be used to fund taster sessions/workshop costs, a trip to a Blackpool dance festival, minibus hire, publicity and administration.
Provide low cost quality subsidised holidays. 14 May 2004
This project aims to provide low cost quality subsidised holidays to vulnerable and disadvantaged residents of Drumchapel. This three year project will part fund, rent, travel and two caravans and fully fund general running expenses, producing information, training and travel for volunteers, consultancy and advice, and out-sourced HR.
Citizen Advocacy 14 May 2004
The project aims to find and support responsible members of the community in Greater Glasgow who volunteer to become more involved in the welfare of people with a learning disability. After training, the volunteers provide citizen advocacy and befriending to vulnerable people with disabilities who are living in the community.
Women Centre Programme 15 Mar 2016
The grant will contribute to the development and evaluation of two Women Centres in Scotland (Fort William and Cumnock) that will meet the needs and aspirations of all women, girls and families. These centres will help the most vulnerable women, girls and their families to be safer, happier, healthier and more achieving.
This group from Carnwadric provides physical and social recreational activities for older people. The grant will extend the service offered to members by introducing regular exercise classes, designed specifically for people with osteoporosis, chronic bronchitis and emphysema, to enhance their body muscle and promote mobility. The grant will fund fees for qualified exercise instructor.
This group from Glasgow provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment enabling them to organise a programme of different leisure activities and develop the outdoor pursuit, sport and musical skills of members. The grant will be used to fund gym, outdoor pursuit and musical equipment, projector screen and programmes.
This group from Glasgow support the development and well being of registered childminders through the pursuit of leisure, recreation and relevant on-going training. Grant will be used to train members on first aid techniques and complementary therapies, establish a bank of play equipment, and purchase equipment to help the group become well organised.
This group from Glasgow provides social and recreational opportunities for the older people of the area. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment enabling them to develop the IT skills of older people and provide training on internet access and use. The grant will be used to purchase 5 computers and fund internet access.
This group from Glasgow provides educational, social and recreational activities for children. Grant will allow the group to create a stimulating learning and play environment by constructing a woodland and play area next to a local school. The grant will fund the construction of woodland play area.
This group from Glasgow preserves, restores and improves the local environment. through the provision , maintenance and improvement of open spaces and other public amenities. Grant will enable the group carry out design and research work on a proposed outdoor sports and fitness centre. The grant will fund design and research fees.
This group from Glasgow operates various services for homeless people. Grant will allow the group to provide training equipment and facilities for members of the group who wish to be considered for entry into a team participating at the homeless football world cup in Gothenburg.
This new group from Glasgow is established to support the development of a local day centre for elderly people with physical and mental health problems. The grant will allow the group to plan & cost refurbishment of the day centre.
Heroes Return 28 Jun 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Italy in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.
Heroes Return 05 Jul 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
This project will establish a National Prison Visitors' Scheme in Scotland to support prisoners, particularly the vulnerable and at risk, and consequently reduce re-offending. This three year grant will fully fund the salary costs of a full-time Prison Visitors' Co-ordinator, a full-time Prison Visitors' Assistant Co-ordinator and a full-time Visitors' Clerical Assistant, office equipment, rent, general running expenses, information production costs, training and travel for staff and volunteers.
Heroes Return 02 Aug 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in September June of this year.Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
Bridgeton Community Learning Campus 22 Jul 2004
The project will create a fully inclusive community facility in the heart of Bridgeton which will provide services that can realise the aspirations of the local community. This one year grant will part fund construction costs.
St Angela's Primary School 28 Jul 2004
This project will upgrade an existing pitch at St Angela's Primary School in Darnley to a floodlight synthetic turf seven-a-side pitch. The pitch will be marked and equipped for football, hockey, netball, tennis and athletics. It will be used to support and enhance the delivery of curricular, extra curricular and wider community activity. The new facility will benefit 310 pupils from St Angela's Primary, 217 pupils from other schools and 8000 from the wider community.