- Total grants
- Total funders
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 17 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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Buzz - Indoor and Outdoor Play Project 08 Nov 2017
This project will be used to maintain and develop the group’s weekly indoor/outdoor play sessions for children aged between four and 11.
My Way 28 Nov 2017
This group is a leader in creative youth empowerment, delivering a wide range of arts based activities to develop young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. The funding will be used for the My Way programme which takes referrals from partner organisations working with highly vulnerable young people in North Glasgow. They will create a new Outreach and Partnership role, and increase current staff capacity to give young people better access to workshops, master-classes and performance opportunities.
Peer Support Scotland 17 May 2017
This group will use the funding to continue their support for people living with blood borne viruses, HIV/Hepatitis C (PLBBV) by providing a holistic package of support. Activities will be co-delivered by staff and peer mentors and will include 1:1 sessions along with a variety of group workshops focusing on social and emotional wellbeing. Peer mentors with lived experience will receive training to help support participants with attending appointments, social activities and the development of peer networks.
Calums Cabin Glasgow Flat (2) 17 Jan 2018
This charity provides accommodation for children with cancer and related diseases, through both holiday homes and where families can stay during a child’s hospital treatment. This award will help the group to furnish a second flat which they have just bought in Glasgow.
Creative Citizens 23 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to deliver a theatre and creative arts project to engage marginalised people who are in recovery from addiction. Creative arts workshops/productions will be used to develop people’s strengths and promote the valuable contribution they can make to their local communities. Four main events will be produced in Glasgow and will be delivered in partnership with Turning Point Scotland and Addaction.
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.
This group will continue its Mind Waves online mental health self-management project in Glasgow. People with mental health issues will become volunteer community correspondents and will update the Mind Waves website and twitter account. The volunteers will receive support and training through bespoke sessions and open workshops in IT, digital skills and writing. Alongside its 18 current correspondents in Greater Glasgow it will establish groups in two new areas of Scotland.
Consistency of care and prevention of isolation 30 Oct 2017
This group will use the funding to deliver support groups across Scotland for people with Myasthenia Gravis, their family members and their carers. As well as running four established support groups in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dumfries, and Aberdeen, it will also set up 10 community outreach groups to enable more people with myasthenia to access provide peer support, advice, counselling, and social activities.
Story-led Play Programme: Closing the Attainment Gap
This funding will be used to develop a project in Govan/Craigton and Canal/Possilpark for vulnerable young people aged 12-18. It will focus on early intervention and preventative work. The young people will receive support from peer mentors and young person’s practitioners who will be encouraged to identify diversionary activities. This will result in a more positive destination for the young person and allow them to have greater control over their lives.
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.
LINKES [SCIO] 24 Apr 2017
This group will use the funding to continue the delivery of a number of community led services and activities designed to improve local people’s lives through access to continuous development, education and volunteering. The courses are free of charge and will be delivered from the locally based community rooms with a crèche facility provided.
GEAAP's Peer Mentoring Service 26 Mar 2018
This charity will use the funding to continue their peer mentoring services, supporting people from the north east of Glasgow in the early stages of alcohol addiction recovery, enabling them to access services and treatment.
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.
Rape Crisis Survivors' Trauma Recovery Groupwork Project
This nursery, based in Glasgow, will purchase soft play and sensory play equipment to help children who may require additional support and supervision to successfully transition from nursery to one of the two primary schools on the school campus.
Maryhill Pedal Power Energised Cycling 26 Feb 2018
This organisation, based in Glasgow, will deliver a programme of bike related activities aimed at children, young people, families, and the wider community.
Drumchapel Sport 26 Jan 2018
This project will bring the community together through a variety of physical activities for different age groups and abilities. The range of activities on offer will include football for girls, disability dance sessions, family bike rides, boxing for adults, tennis, table tennis and gymnastics.