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911
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31
Total recipients
463
Earliest award date
02 Jun 1998
Latest award date
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Home-Start West Lothian
Detailed information not available.
Amount: £1,000
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Carers Of West Lothian
Detailed information not available.
Amount: £1,000
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
St Peter's Episcopal Church, Linlithgow
To part fund the Church property scheme
Amount: £25,000
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Towards a summer playscheme
Towards a summer playscheme.
Signpost - here to help
Support and information for families of young people age 0-18 with additional support needs in West Lothian.
Amount: £19,000
Recipient: Signpost
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to Whitburn and District Community Development Trust
over one year towards core costs at a community support hub in Whitburn, West Lothian
Amount: £2,000
Funder: The Tudor Trust
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Community award to LINLITHGOW, St Peter's Episcopal Church
To build an extension to house kitchen, toilets and new meeting spaces.
Amount: £20,000
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Beechbrae Barn
Community woodland run for the benefit of local people. Beechbrae Barn will provide new indoor space to offer more activities to the community and generate income via hire of the Barn for training and conferences.
Amount: £10,000
Funder: Coop Foundation
Recipient: Beechbrae
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Carers of West Lothian
We want to develop a more place-based approach to supporting carers, removing barriers and therefore enabling people to identify as a carer, seek help and be involved in care planning. To do this, we will roll out our existing service in localities in West Lothian which are more remote, are more affected by poverty (SIMD rankings) or are in areas where a higher number of people from BME communities live. Currently services are offered from Livingston; through this project, staff will spend more time out of the office working in the communities of Polbeth, West Calder, Fauldhouse and Bathgate' Resources: Existing staff will lead the project with support from locally recruited volunteers with lived experience as a carer. Staff will train and support volunteers, co-ordinate all workshops and training, and will be the main point of contact with both carers and the partners we work with. Volunteers will be responsible for talking to carers about local services, introducing them to community groups, linking beneficiaries together where appropriate, through technology and facilitating or being present at groups and making them feel welcome. Volunteers will be there to offer "lived experience" support in group situations. The above staffing and volunteer costs will be met from existing funding under our IJB Contract. However to enable us to optimise staff time and effectively reach remote communities, we want to make use of technology and provide equipment for remote working. Funding will be used to purchase Smartboard technology for our Livingston Centre from which we will run training or groups, connecting virtually with groups located in the targeted communities or to individuals in their own homes. The Smartboard will remain in Livingston but enables workshops, groups and training to connect real-time to remote locations through a "room-chat" environment. Carers in different locations can then participate virtually in these sessions, being able to contribute when appropriate - being as interactive as they want. This gives us a way to reach carers both using rooms in community centres and linking in from their own homes. We will also purchase 3 laptops enabling staff to work remotely. These will be set up on the network, allowing real-time access to our server and CRM system. By working in this way, staff will be able to spend more time raising awareness, running local groups and supporting local peer volunteers in specific communities developing the profile of COWL to local volunteers, groups and beneficiaries. How we will measure impact: We will measure the impact of this project through KPIs to track carers registering in each community, demographic profile, uptake of support (type) in specific communities (both geographical and from BME communities), source of referrals, referrals we make to local partners, and how beneficiaries interact with our support (i.e. information provided and groups, workshops or training attended).
Amount: £9,630
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to West Lothian Council
Grant of £24,574 towards 'Lothian Lugs' project. Grant paid via Carnegie UK Engaging Libraries (21923)
Amount: £0
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to West Lothian Foodbank
Employment costs for charity shop staff
Amount: £35,650
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to West Lothian Council and the 'Friends of Almondell'
Almondell Historic Wall Project - inspiring heritage through restoration, interpretation and orchard planting
Grant to West Lothian Youth Action Project
YOYP Year of the Young Person - Stoneyburn & Addiewell Youth forum (SAYF)
Amount: £7,700
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to The Living Memory Association
Strike up the Band' - Memories West Lothian Bands
Amount: £81,600
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to Disability West Lothian
Back to the Future West Lothian
Amount: £79,300
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to Almond Valley Heritage Trust
Firm Foundations - building capacity at Almond Valley
Amount: £25,800
Region: Scotland
District: West Lothian
Grant to West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust
People & Place: mapping the heritage of the West Calder area