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- Earliest award date
- 19 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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This group will use the funding to provide a programme of support for adults with epilepsy. The group will offer a variety of activities to participants focusing on self-management, health, wellbeing and education. The aim of the activities is to bring positive lasting changes as people will feel more in control of their lives, and more confident in accessing community services and activities.
This project will aim to enhance the current support model by including psycho-social support along with existing therapeutic services. Survivors will also be empowered to identify and share their own strengths, identifying then realising their potential for working with their communities.
Royston Community Centre 09 Mar 2017
To develop a new flexible multi-functional community facility in Roystonhill which will act as a hub for local activities and services. The building, which will incorporate the sandstone frontage of the existing Rainbow Hall, will provide a shop, cafÃ©, a main hall that can be subdivided, a kitchen, reception area, two meeting rooms and an interview room.
Transforming Lives 09 Nov 2017
This group will use the funding to provide services for older people activity targeting people aged 55 years and over from Castlemilk and the surrounding areas. They will employ an administrator, café assistant and a driver/janitor to ensure members have complete access to their Centre which helps to reduce isolation and loneliness. They will do this by providing a varied range of activities from within the Centre and throughout the community.
This centre will use the grant to deliver a befriending service to young people aged 8 – 18 years of age experiencing difficulties in their lives and living in the North East of Glasgow. Young people will be matched up with a befriender and through weekly activities will build a relationship which will benefit both. The young people will receive support from both paid staff and volunteer befrienders that will be tailored to their individual needs.
Story-led Play Programme: Closing the Attainment Gap
Epilepsy Wellbeing Service 28 Nov 2017
This organisation will develop a self-management programme designed to reduce loneliness and isolation to help improve the mental health of people who maybe struggling with life due to their epileptic seizures. Individuals aged 18 and over will be able to access a number of activities including' 1:1 counselling, breathing and relaxation exercises, and peer support. They will also run training sessions for family members.
Paragon Social Arts Programme 27 Sep 2017
This group will run an inclusive arts programme of activities aimed at young people and adults 6 years to 19 years old. The project aims to reduce isolation and build resilience by developing essential life skills through the provision of a diverse range of activities across a varied number of arts disciplines including music, dance, theatre and visual arts. The project will seek to engage with 450 young people and 40 volunteers over the 3 years who have additional support needs and/or disabilities.
This group, based in Glasgow, will provide computer training opportunities for people to help improve confidence and increase skills.
This project will engage bereaved parents/grandparents from across Scotland in a series of workshops exploring social isolation resulting from child death. Through theatre and storytelling they will use their experiences to produce a play which will then be performed at the International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS and Baby Survival.
GEAAP's Family links Counsellor 19 Jun 2017
This group supports people and their families where relationships have broken down due to alcohol addiction. The project will employ a Family Links worker who will support and encourage families to rebuild relationships and make positive changes by bringing families together for counselling sessions in a safe, facilitated environment. The project will support 150 people and 15 volunteers in North East Glasgow over three years.
Community Integration Project 08 Nov 2017
This organisation will expand their operating hours from four nights per week to five nights, meaning they can offer more activities for people in the Balornock area of Glasgow. The organisation works with young people, families experiencing financial hardship and isolated older people.
Never too late to learn something new 20 Dec 2017
This group will develop their existing service which focuses on giving older people in care homes and day centres across Glasgow the chance to learn another language. The project will target older people affected by or at risk of Dementia and those who are experiencing isolation or loneliness. The sessions, which will include music, touch, scent, feel and taste, will be delivered by a team of trained volunteers.