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ConnectUp (360G-SCVO-a11b000000NBl0gAAD)

ConnectUp will provide a 2 hour weekly drop in session at each of our three Housing Associations. These sessions will be lead by a Digital Inclusion worker and will involve both one-to-one and small group provision. The aim of these sessions is to support residents to gain basic digital skills at their own pace following an identification of need (through existing referral mechanisms), or on a drop in basis (self-referral or signposting). The Williamsburgh and Linstone ConnectUp sessions will be promoted as digital employability sessions, to provide participants with basic digital skills required to fulfil claimant commitments required of jobseekers such as Government Gateway accounts, Universal Job Match, CVs and cover letters, email accounts and website jobsearch, universal credit applications and meet the requirement of supporting working age people to increase financial capability, employment and other economic outcomes. In addition participants will gain the skills required to complete their online Universal Credit applications. The ConnectUp provision at Bridgewater will be promoted as a history of Erskine workshop where older people will be supported to gain the skills required to enable them to look research prose and pictures online, providing participants with basic digital skills such as websearch and use of social media. Sessions will develop organically in response to the needs and interests of participants and would meet the requirement for supporting older and disabled people to reduce social isolation and loneliness.

£10,000

01 Jun 2017

Grant details
Amount Applied For 10000
Amount Awarded 10000
Award Date 2017-06-01
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Houston, Crosslee and Linwood
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Beneficiary Location: Latitude 55.848103
Beneficiary Location: Longitude -4.489273
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-5
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 5
Grant Programme: URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund
Last Modified 2019-11-06T00:22:00+00:00
Planned Dates: End Date 2018-06-30
Planned Dates: Last Modified 2019-11-06T00:22:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2017-11-01
Recipient Org: Charity Number SC027454
Recipient Org: City Linwood
Recipient Org: Country Scotland
Recipient Org: County Renfrewshire
Recipient Org: Description Linstone Housing Association (Linstone) was set up in 1998 following a public authority transfer of former Scottish Homes housing stock and management functions to Linstone as a Registered Social Landlord (RSL). With around 1,580 properties, Linstone also acts as estate manager to 2,000 owner occupiers and provides a factoring service to approximately 490 owners. Linstone are one of the largest housing associations in Renfrewshire with the majority of properties in the Linwood and Johnstone areas. Linstone is a not-for-profit organisation; any surplus is reinvested back into homes, communities and services. Registered with the Scottish Housing Regulator and run by a voluntary Management Committee, Linstone is also a registered Charity and an Industrial & Provident Society. Working in partnership with Williamsburgh and Bridgewater Housing Associations Linstone manages the Connect4Renfrewshire (C4R) service which harnesses the best of local existing provision to bring streamlined services to residents of the three Housing Associations.
Recipient Org: Location: Country Code GB
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Houston, Crosslee and Linwood
Recipient Org: Location: Geographic Code Type WD
Recipient Org: Location: Latitude 55.848103
Recipient Org: Location: Longitude -4.489273
Recipient Org: Postal Code PA3 3DB
Recipient Org: Street Address 17 Bridge Street
Recipient Org: Web Address http://www.linstone.co.uk/
URL https://scvo.org/digital/participation/charter-fund/projects/a11b000000nbl0gaad-linstone-housing-association
Additional data added by GrantNav
Recipient Region Scotland
Recipient District Renfrewshire
Recipient District Geographic Code S12000038
Recipient Ward Houston, Crosslee and Linwood Ward
Recipient Ward Geographic Code S13003084