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- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 02 Apr 2019
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In the Frame – Audio Described Exhibition Tours 29 Nov 2017
In the Frame is a programme enabling people with disabilities including hearing or visual impairment to access contemporary art. This programme will include an annual event for Disabled Access Day in March, a collaborative audio described exhibition tour during Edinburgh Arts Festival in August, and audio described exhibition tour in January of each year.
Extra Years of Zest 31 May 2017
Bringing Extra Years of Zest to 110 people with dementia and their carers to improve sense of being, quality of life, to live longer at home, reduce isolation and loneliness, and provide replacement care for carers to see to their own needs and well-being and to maintain their health.
Lung Ha Theatre Company Artistic Programme 27 Sep 2017
Lung Ha Theatre Company is seeking project funding to help fund the artistic programme for 2017/18, which consists of producing two professional theatre projects; Thingummy Bob, and Three Sisters, with a company of 25 learning disabled performers.
Identification of novel microglia-derived therapeutic targets for remyelination in multiple sclerosis 31 May 2017
Investigating 10 recently discovered factors produced by microglia and identifying those that may be important in promoting myelin repair in MS exploring how these molecules work by identifying how they change the behaviour of the cells in the brain capable of repairing myelin, called oligodendrocytes.
Pass IT On 29 Nov 2017
Pass IT On adapts donated computers and gives them to people with disabilities and long-term health conditions who live in the Edinburgh area and who find it difficult or impossible to access publicly available IT. Volunteering opportunities for people with extra support needs are also provided.
Direct Help and Support 31 May 2017
Mindroom is committed to raising awareness about the full range of Learning Difficulties and to enabling parents, carers and professionals to provide the best care and support for children and young people working for a world where everyone with a learning difficulty gets the recognition and help they need.
LIFT(LOW INCOME FAMILIES TOGETHER) 09 Aug 2018
The group will engage with families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, by providing group-work skills sessions on topics such as cooking and budgeting. The group will also provide a crèche facility to help parents attend the sessions.
DofE Expeditions for All 08 May 2018
This group will use the funding to support disadvantaged young people through their Duke of Edinburgh Award programme. The group will work with 72 young people from areas of multiple deprivation including people with mental health issues, experience of the care system, or learning difficulties including autism.
This group will use the funding to continue the activities of their Youth Service which focuses on young people aged 10-18 who are deaf British Sign Language users. The activities will allow children educated in a mainstream setting to realise the advantages of a multilingual learning environment in evenings, weekends and summer holidays. Activities will be delivered across the catchment area reducing the need to travel to access them and all support will be tailored to individual needs.
This project will enable the group to renew pathways around the ‘Lochend Secret Garden’ in East Edinburgh to improve accessibility for local people who use the garden.
Germinator Project, Grow, Eat, Art 08 May 2018
This group will introduce young people to the idea of self-sustaining themselves through growing their own food. It will do this by creating a combined arts and gardening based learning project. The project will be run by a local artist in local primary schools in Muirhouse and West Pilton.
Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic Materials & Training 09 Aug 2018
This group is a student-run organisation based on the university's Craiglockhart Campus which provides free legal advice to the public in private housing, consumer, and employment law.
Lifting Neighbourhoods Out Of Poverty – Development Phase
This group will use the funding to complete the fit out and support revenue start-up costs for the redeveloped Duncan Place building in Leith. The group will manage the new centre as a community resource with meeting spaces, a rentable office, hotdesking space and artist studios/workshops.
Repointing of the tower. Rebed and refix ten loose stones. Leadwork around abutting gutter to the tower.