- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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LINKES [SCIO] 24 Apr 2017
This group will use the funding to continue the delivery of a number of community led services and activities designed to improve local people’s lives through access to continuous development, education and volunteering. The courses are free of charge and will be delivered from the locally based community rooms with a crèche facility provided.
Saturdays @ LHM 23 May 2017
This organisation runs a variety of services including a drop in centre and kitchen for people experiencing homelessness, poverty, addiction and other forms of hardship. This project will enable the group to offer an all day service on Saturdays.
This funding will be used to develop a project in Govan/Craigton and Canal/Possilpark for vulnerable young people aged 12-18. It will focus on early intervention and preventative work. The young people will receive support from peer mentors and young person’s practitioners who will be encouraged to identify diversionary activities. This will result in a more positive destination for the young person and allow them to have greater control over their lives.
This group supports veterans across Scotland, but predominantly from Glasgow, through a drop-in centre based at the Pearce Institute in Govan. The centre is open five days a week and provides peer support, mental health support, massage therapy, benefits advice, help with pensions, support with housing, help creating CVs, a free hot meal, food parcels, basic computer skills classes, cooking classes, life skills and anything else that veterans request.
Documenting and sharing the benefits of befriending for integration in
This group will use the funding to support vulnerable families and help improve their lives by offering positive, practical and emotional support. Children aged 0 – 3 years will be provided with 2 – 12 hours free childcare so that their parents will be able to attend meetings and appointments with GPs and support workers, or spend time with other siblings. The aspiration is that parents will take responsibility and engage in their own learning and development and that of their family.
Breakthrough Fund 25 Mar 2010
To expand the core team of the company to exploit previous work; research and develop new work; and raise the profile of the company through digital platforms. Year 1 - £115,100; Year 2 - £79,100; Year 3 - £79,100. The funds will contribute to core costs, research and project development and travel costs.
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.
SWAP MARKET 15 Sep 2017
This project will develop a community swap market in Govanhill where people can make multiple forms of exchange in keeping with the organisation’s work towards promoting diversity and cultural richness as forms of wealth.