- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 10 Jul 2017
Separated Children Support Programme 06 Jun 2006
This three-year pilot project seeks to improve the reception, living circumstances and integration of unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Scotland.
Scottish Ballet Education 2006-2009 27 Mar 2007
Support for the new education strategy over three years, aimed at engaging a wide range of people with Scottish Ballet's work and dance as an art form.
Creative ICT Residency 23 Apr 2007
Digital artist's residencies based in a cluster of schools in Bannockburn, Stirling where the use of ICT and Digital Arts will be explored and teachers will be trained.
Music & Media Initiative 23 May 2007
Music & Media Initiative that will integrate young people from various areas throughout Greater Easterhouse through a common goal and shared interest.
Big Noise Raploch 23 Sep 2008
Core support over two years to grow children's orchestras, in a deprived Scottish area near Stirling, to cultivate ambition, aspiration, self-respect, discipline, teamwork and pride among children, adults, families and the wider Raploch community.
Brand New 29 Oct 2008
Brand New will provide disenfranchised individuals and communities - based in the Glasgow neighbourhoods of Easterhouse, Scotstounhill and Govanhill - with an arts based initiative that acts as a vehicle for positive social change. Over a two-year period the project will work with local partners to tackle inter and intra community conflicts through the collaborative act of making a film.
Integration initiative with Roma communities 29 Oct 2008
To support marginalised young people from migrant Roma communities in Glasgow to access services and to play a more empowered role in bridging the gulf in understanding between them and more settled communities in their local area. This project will also work with partners in Glasgow to address poverty, and discrimination strategically and at a grassroots level.
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.
Lifelong Learning Opportunities 29 Jul 2009
A three year project ot provide learning opportunities and support to marginalised young people in order to provide them with progression routes out of poverty while also improving social networks and reducing isloation.
New ViP trainer 13 Oct 2009
To deliver violence prevention programmes to children and vulnerable young people in Scotland, particularly addressing issues of bullying and violence that lead to school refusal, non-attendance and persistent truanting.
Provision of a specialist legal service to young women and children with an unsettled immigration/asylum position who have suffered gender and child based persecution.
LGBT young people's participation and policy project Co funded with Scottish Government, a national youth council with a participation and policy influencing element
Work with 18 schools in 3 Scottish local authorities to establish a sustainable model for using student voice as a powerful tool to support whole system change.
Care Leavers Peer Mentoring Service 21 Feb 2012
Glasgow: Deliver peer mentoring support for young people experiencing the transition from care, improving their life outcomes as well as those of their mentors.
Roma Youth Project 24 Jul 2012
Roman Youth project in Glasgow to help enable young people of a Central and eastern Roma background in Glasgow to have an equal chance to live, learn and eventually work in an environment free from isolation, poverty, raqcial discrimination and harassment.
Inspiring Scotland 14:19 Fund 26 Mar 2013
Award to support work of 14-19 Fund. The Fund aims to reduce the number of young people who struggle to make a successful transition between school and further education, training or work.
To develop, structure and evaluate an arts programme which brings artists with disabilities and contemporary visual artists together to share and learn from one another
Support for the 3rd International Teaching Artists Conference (ITAC3) to be hosted in Glasgow 04 Mar 2015
Hosted by Creative Scotland in partnership with the existing ITAC international committee - incl. Eric Booth, one of America's leading arts and arts education leaders; Brad Haselman, Professor and Assistant Dean, Queensland University of Technology (Australia) & Marit Ulvund, Director of Seanse (Norway)