- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 19 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Scottish Nautical Welfare Society 04 Jul 2017
Grant to support regular quarterly grants to 85 older Merchant Navy beneficiaries, plus a contribution towards general welfare/running costs.
Recovery Walk Scotland 2017 Dundee 03 Jul 2017
To support the 2017 Recovery Walk, held in Dundee and delivered in conjunction with Recovery Dundee. This included a 'roses on the Tay' memorial service, procession through Dundee, and a festival held on Magdalen Green.
The Learning Communities Project 29 Nov 2017
To develop the provision of free one to one tuition and supported homework groups targeted at children from the most deprived communities in Glasgow with a specific focus on Children in Kinship Care arrangements aimed at enhancing their life chances and life skills through education.
Sidestep Child Sexual Exploitation 29 Nov 2017
Development of a pilot programme which demonstrates interventions with 4-6 young people at risk/affected by CSE. Establishing volume/scale within geographic pockets in Glasgow and introducing interventions/evaluating impact . They will establish need/effectiveness of educating and raising awareness of CSE within targeted communities, using key features of the existing Sidestep model.
Bealach House Day Care Centre 31 May 2017
Funding towards the overall running costs of one of the organisation’s most important resources – Bealach House Day Care Centre operating a comprehensive service around the specific requirements of each service user, led by staff who have been trained in dementia care.
Providing an individual therapy/support programme for children and young people with a neurological condition. The minimum 12 week programme will be based on the needs of each individual and may include aromatherapy massage, reiki, reflexology, stress management, relaxation and counselling
Helping Children & Young Survivors of Torture 31 May 2017
Providing therapeutic and legal and welfare advice, advocacy and casework to help children and young people who are survivors of torture and organised violence to recover and ensure their protection and address the complex practical needs they face in their journey of recovery.
Child and Family Centre: Project Manager salary 29 Nov 2017
Children from 0-12 and their families at the Child and Family Centre in Linthouse Govan, are given the best possible start in life as well as enabling the parents to feel confident in their parenting abilities and to fulfil their own potential. Funding is towards the salary of the Centre's Project Manager.
Children's Therapeutic Services 29 Nov 2017
Funding contribution sought for the continued employment of one Play Therapist, who will offer individual weekly Play Therapist, weekly Therapeutic Groupwork and Theraplay. The Play Therapist will work alongside her Play Therapy colleagues to accept referrals, assess children and offer therapeutic interventions and undertake evaluation.
Headway Glasgow (Core Costs) 29 Nov 2017
Core running costs of Headway Glasgow. This would include providing information, support and group activities for people with an acquired brain injury and their carers.
A Playworker to work specifically with a group of approximately 8 young people aged 8-16 years attending the project every week and who have a range of disabilities some multiple such as Asperger’s Syndrome, Developmental Delay, sensory processing disorder, ADHD, partially sighted, Epilepsy, hearing impaired and Cerebral Palsy/wheelchair using.
Contribution to Core Costs 29 Nov 2017
Allocating staff resources appropriately to ensure the best way to deliver the developments and progress that is needed for the next 3 years.
Following a hugely successful pilot year, Scottish Ballet and Dance Base in Edinburgh are keen to keep momentum and respond to national demand by expanding Dance for Parkinson's Scotland proposing to deliver sessions in five new areas over the next three years, creating a total of seven regional hubs and reaching approximately 265 people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers.