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IT-Tastic!! (360G-SCVO-a110N00000TALVHQA5)

Our intention is that our existing community volunteers will run this project. We intend to run basic fun tutorials that will encourage peer to peer and cross generational learning between local residents and also within families. Our target audience is primarily the over 65 age range integrated with support and involvement from our younger school age residents. We want to support people who are both physically isolated but also feel isolated due to the barriers that a lack of IT knowledge can create between for example grandparents & grandchildren. The activities will include specific subject tutorials but also less formal drop in 'fix-it’ sessions. The sessions will run one or two afternoons a week after school. In order that we retain a level of flexibility within the building we plan to use portable IT devices such as ipad's and/or tablets. We would also use gaming equipment to encourage cross generational interaction through games commonly played by younger generations. We also plan to invite people to bring in their console's and games to the hall so that we could hold a games evening where people can challenge each other in a fun tournament type of idea. We would hope to encourage people to bring along their own devises with them so that they could continue learning at home and become familiar with their equipment. However, the equipment we require from this funding will allow people to allow those who cannot afford their own equipment, convince those who don’t currently own the equipment due to not feeling confident or not yet seeing the advantages of having one in their own home. To having a convenient option where there reliable an equipment at the hall ready and set up for them to start learning.

£10,000

01 Aug 2018

Grant details
Amount Applied For 10000
Amount Awarded 10000
Award Date 2018-08-01
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Shettleston
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Beneficiary Location: Latitude 55.844177
Beneficiary Location: Longitude -4.139621
Data Source https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects/data.json
From An Open Call? Yes
Funding Org: Charity Number SC003558
Funding Org: City Edinburgh
Funding Org: Country Scotland
Funding Org: County City of Edinburgh
Funding Org: Department Digital
Funding Org: Description The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises.
Funding Org: Location: Latitude 55.945492
Funding Org: Location: Longitude -3.201152
Funding Org: Postal Code EH3 9DQ
Funding Org: Street Address Hayweight House, 23 Lauriston Street
Funding Org: Web Address http://scvo.org
Grant Programme: Code scvo-digital-charter-fund-call-6
Grant Programme: Description Our Digital Participation Charter Fund, supported by by the Scottish Government, the ERDF and BT, invests in community digital participation projects across Scotland. The projects that we're supporting will enable groups and organisations to digitise content, build digital networks and improve the digital skills of their members, so that they can continue to thrive in the digital world.
Grant Programme: Title Digital Participation Charter Fund - Call 6
Grant Programme: URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund
Last Modified 2019-11-06T02:24:00+00:00
Planned Dates: End Date 2019-09-09
Planned Dates: Last Modified 2019-11-06T02:24:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2018-09-09
Recipient Org: Charity Number SC022802
Recipient Org: City Glasgow
Recipient Org: Country Scotland
Recipient Org: County Scotland
Recipient Org: Description The local community is at the heart of everything we do. Mount Vernon Community Hall in the East end of Glasgow is owned by Glasgow City Council . However it is run solely by the community volunteers. Our aim is to provide a safe, clean affordable hub for local residents and those from surrounding areas to access a range of activities and services including those designed to encourage learning. Our target learners are specifically older people and those with disabilities we hope to improve their digital skills. Young people will also benefit through homework clubs, and we intend to promote intergenerational learning to link the two generations as and when appropriate to do so. In addition to this we will look into to establishing referrals from our local Jobcentre as we are aware that they have issues getting older people who have limited digital skills back into the work place.
Recipient Org: Location: Country Code GB
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Shettleston
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Recipient Org: Location: Latitude 55.844177
Recipient Org: Location: Longitude -4.139621
Recipient Org: Postal Code G32 9LE
Recipient Org: Street Address Mount Vernon Community Hall Kenmuir Avenue
Recipient Org: Web Address http://WWW.MVCH.CO.UK
URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects/a110n00000talvhqa5-mount-vernon-community-hall
Additional data added by GrantNav
Recipient Region Scotland
Recipient District Glasgow City
Recipient District Geographic Code S12000046
Recipient Ward Shettleston Ward
Recipient Ward Geographic Code S13002985