- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 01 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Citizens Advice Bureau West Lothian 25 Nov 2011
Salary costs for extending the hours of the Money Advice Worker from 17 to 25 hours per week, to provide financial information and advice specifically to older people
Grant to The Black Community Development Project 26 May 2009
Establishing an outreach service and employing a Caseworker for BME people aged 50+ to assist with advice, support and management of finances, debts and benefit
Grant to The Lighthouse Foundation 23 Jan 2009
Recruiting volunteers to provide support to families of prisoners at HMP Kilmarnock, also assisting families to visit family member in prison
Grant to LAMH Recycle Ltd 16 Oct 2012
Towards the new post of employment support co-ordinator, providing comprehensive support to progress people with mental illness into mainstream employment by providing appropriate through and after-care for all stakeholders.
Grant to Glasgow Sculpture Studios Ltd 01 Mar 2017
Towards an engagement curator post and programme costs to further develop Glasgow Sculpture Studios as a resource for the participation, learning and training of local communities.
Grant to Bridges Programmes 18 Jul 2012
Towards the salaries of two posts supporting the social and economic integration of refugees through work-based interventions and life skills support.
Grant to EcoDrama 09 Mar 2015
Towards salary and other programme costs for work developing high-quality outdoor-learning opportunities for primary aged urban children, connecting them and their families with the natural environment.
Towards a pilot project which will test how a digital street paper can increase sales income, profitability and the earnings of street vendors.
Towards a youth-led project providing support, training and resources to create an accessible route into activism enabling more young people to create positive social change.
Northumberland High Sheriff Award 19 Jan 2016
Northumberland High Sheriff Award
For the production of information booklets and to develop an additional booklet on finding work for people with learning disabilities, in Edinburgh.
Towards the continuing employment of a full-time link worker to enable people with mental health problems to access local community resources.
Towards the employment of a part-time development worker for children with special needs.
Towards an information service for people with schizophrenia.
To provide family advocacy for young carers to ensure they receive all available benefits and services for which they are eligible.
To identify a core curriculum for disability equality training which will reconcile the needs of service users and service providers.