- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 25 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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To develop an existing community hub called Number 18 in Rutherglen allowing it to house a community cafÃ©, a home to Camglen community radio, a multi use events space, flexible use rooms, IT/internet access, retail and community art, music and culture space and local information displays.
Dream, Believe, Work Hard, Achieve as a Family and Community
Kilbryde Palliative Care@Home 28 Feb 2017
This funding will be used to support people and their carers in South Lanarkshire who have a life limiting illness such as cancer, COPD, Motor Neurone disease. The organisation takes a holistic approach, centred on the needs and expectations of the patients and their families. The multi-disciplinary team will work with patients in the comfort of their own homes to offer advice on how best to control pain and relieve other symptoms.
This funding will be used to develop the school’s playground by creating a number of areas specifically designed to stimulate young children’s minds through active outside play.
This group will use the funding to celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary year through a special group trip to Lake Windermere and a camera to capture the trip. This funding will also enrich the group’s regular activities through the provision of a new sound system and projector screen which will be used to run activities such as film nights and gentle exercise classes.
The Haven (Forth) 20 Sep 2017
This group will use the funding to develop and deliver support services for people and the families of people affected by a range of life limiting illnesses including: Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neurone Disease, Parkinson’s disease and Dementia. Services will reduce the impact of loss, isolation and loneliness on affected people and their families. Support services will be delivered from their new purpose built centre in Forth in rural Clydesdale and will serve the whole of Clydesdale.
The Childrens Escape and Serenity Garden 16 Jun 2017
This group provides a holistic family support service for families affected by drug and alcohol addiction, which includes a monthly activity programme, trips and peer mentoring schemes. The funding will be used to create a Music Shack and Sensory Shack which will allow the group to expand the range of activities they are able to provide.
This project use the funding to provide opportunities for young children to experience more ‘real’ play away from computer screens. Activities will all utilise affordable resources and encourage parent and child interaction. Groups of interested parents will then, following the ‘Retro Play Days’ be supported to develop self-sustaining future play events at their school.
This group will use the funding to establish a programme of community learning language classes for families, which will be run from the Whitehill Neighbourhood Centre in Hamilton. Celebration events, arts and crafts classes and Tai Chi classes will also be offered as a vehicles to bring people from the Chinese and wider community together.
Time for Change (Happiness is Homemade) 20 Sep 2017
This group will support vulnerable and at risk young women, aged between 15–24 . The project will work to improve the young womens' ability to cope with life and work towards a better future . Activities will include dedicated 1:1 support, 24hr telephone support, mediation, advocacy, practical role modelling, and social activities including topic based groupwork.
This group will deliver a holistic family support programme in partnership with Bellshill and Mossend YMCA. Operating in Bellshill, Uddingston, Hamilton and Blantyre, it aims to improve outcomes for young people aged 8 to14 and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their lives.
Helping Us Help You 29 Sep 2017
This organisation provides a sit down meal for forty people twice a week at their church as well as providing food parcels, clothes and toiletries for people most in need. The funding will be used to buy a van to help the group with their deliveries.
Wild Things Woodland Sessions 01 Nov 2017
This organisation aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people in the community. The funding will be used to deliver a number of workshops targeting new mothers, parent and toddlers, families, and children aged 5-12 years old.
Lanark Grammar Nurture Group 21 Aug 2017
This group offers disadvantaged S1 pupils an opportunity to take part in a breakfast session within a supportive and calm environment that mimics that within a family environment. The funding will support the breakfast element of the programme and also allow the young people to take part in a team building trip to Wiston Lodge.
This organisation supports ethnic minority groups across Lanarkshire. The funding will allow them to run a programme of exercise classes to promote health and wellbeing.
Swap and Save One Stop Shop 29 Sep 2017
This organisation brings people together to recycle clothes, shoes and small household items. The group also provides free clothing and goods via a referral system to families and individuals in crisis or hardship. The funding will be used to hold workshops for people to learn new skills, partner led information surgeries and peer support groups.
Multimedia for community benefit 16 Jun 2017
This group have a long term lease for the Carstairs Community Centre from South Lanarkshire Council. The grant will cover the cost improving the multimedia equipment for the hall.