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- Earliest award date
- 24 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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This centre situated in Edinburgh carries out a number of activities including after school clubs, youth clubs, family food clubs and ESOL clubs. The group will use the funding to improve their boxing club facility and to fund a residential trip to Stirling Youth Hostel for the Centreâ€™s Youth Health Group.
Haven's Easter and Summer Activities Programme 22 Feb 2017
This group provides a range of early years and family support services that promote children's health development and potential in deprived communities across Central Scotland. The funding will be used to organise a programme of Summer family Activities as a part of the Haven Project.
This projects will use the funding to implement an innovative model of self-managed care co-operatives in the Edinburgh area. They have already piloted one such group, the Encompass group, which works with families and support workers of older adults (40-55) with learning difficulties and believe that the model they have developed can be rolled out and adapted for use by other groups. They are aiming to have five groups running and sustainable by the end of the three year award.
Sculpture by the Sea in Leith 25 Jan 2017
This group will use the funding for a feasibility study which will investigate the staging of a large scale outdoor sculpture exhibition to attract visitors to the area.
granton:hub @ The Madelvic 25 Jan 2017
This organisation has been formed to develop The Madelvic House in Granton into a multi-functional facility for the whole community. The funding will be used for a consultation, community focus groups and research into how best to develop the facility.
This trust will use the funding to deliver their early literacy support programme in the greater Craigmillar area of Edinburgh, supporting parents and carers in giving children facing challenging circumstances the best start in life. Over the past five years the trust have supported more than 2000 families through their existing programmes, such as Rhymetime, and plan to both continue that support and to build on their success.
Eat Well, Age Well - Scotland's Malnutrition Task Force
Breaking New Ground – Short Breaks & Respitality 25 Jun 2017
This group will expand on an existing pilot ('Wee Breaks Midlothian'), providing short breaks and other respite opportunities to carers in Edinburgh and the Lothians. It will establish a 'Short Breaks and Respitality Hub', which will be an online resource accessible to carers, professionals and projects supporting carers in the Lothians. It will work with around 3,000 people over five years.
This group will organise an informal event for friends and families of missing people from across Scotland. The event will be held in Edinburgh in December 2017, and people from across Scotland will be invited to attend and meet other people in similar circumstances and share their experiences.
The Open Arms Project 14 Dec 2017
This group will use its three year grant to deliver their 'Open Arms' project. The project will provide outreach to engage with 950 vulnerable minority ethnic women in Edinburgh who are experiencing isolation and face multiple barriers to full participation in social and civic life. This will help the women involved to address mental health issues and also develop confidence, skills and friendships, building their independence.
This trust will use the funding to hold a ‘Love your liver’ campaign and to carry out screening from their mobile unit at community events in Glasgow, Dundee, Edinburgh and Aberdeen in 2018.
This group work to raise awareness of Coeliac disease. The current estimate of the undiagnosed Coeliac disease sufferers in Scotland is 40,000. This project will reach out to those people in need of diagnosis and to advise them how to get manage their condition.
Supportive Transport 04 Dec 2017
This group support people living with the HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) viruses. The project will help the group to offer a volunteer-led supportive transport system allowing people to make vital appointments so that they can improve and maintain their health.
Polish Ethnic Minority Peer Support 04 Dec 2017
This group will roll out a peer support service for Polish people living in Edinburgh after a successful 6 month pilot. The grant will fund a peer support co-ordinator to match individuals needing support to volunteers who have experienced similar circumstances and issues.
The Cheyne Gang - Singing for Breathing 04 Dec 2017
This charity based in Edinburgh is a community singing group for people who have breathing difficulties. This funding will be used to run the existing three groups, and to set up an additional group in the Leith area where there is a higher level of deprivation and respiratory disease.
Creative Space at The Welcoming 25 Jan 2017
This organisation provides support and activities for migrant and refugee communities in Edinburgh. This project will provide weekly creative workshops and monthly specialist creative workshops.
Wester Hailes Leadership Kick On Programme 22 Feb 2017
This school will use the funding to run a leadership project aimed at reducing anti-social/crime related behaviour in areas of multiple social deprivation. The project will also create a legacy for sports delivery within the local schools cluster by making sports equipment available.