- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 08 Feb 2001
- Latest award date
- 12 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
This group will use funding for refuge accommodation rent costs for women in crisis in Coatbridge.
C.A.N 30 Jun 2018
The group will use the funding to deliver a three year community development project providing activities and services for the local community in Newarthill. Activities will include arts and crafts sessions, exercise classes, healthy cooking classes, mother and toddlers sessions, a men’s group and a women’s group. The project will help local people take control of their lives, reduce isolation, build resilience and improve their wellbeing.
OASIS Social Inclusion Project (SIP) 30 Apr 2018
This group provide activities for older people in their community. The funding will allow them to provide a greater range of activities over the next year.
Dads R Us: Hub Activity Programme 29 May 2018
This group will use the funding to develop and deliver a range of activities for single fathers and their children. These activities include confidence building programme, peer mentoring training, money management programme, as well as recreational and play activities.
This grant will fund two trips for older people in Muirhead thereby reducing social isolation and improving health and wellbeing.
Funding of outings/ speakers 30 Jun 2018
This grant will fund transport and two outings for elderly women within the Kilsyth community. This will help recruit new members for the group and reduce social isolation.
This group will use the funding to deliver specific services and activities to support children and young people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their families. The project will help the young people develop better communication and social skills, as well as providing information, support and respite to families and carers.
Life & Parkinson's 01 Oct 2018
This group will use this three year award to support people who are living with or affected by Parkinson's or other neurological conditions within North Lanarkshire. Offering a programme of activities, respite services, therapies and peer support groups, the organisation will support people and their families to reduce feelings of isolation and help them to deal with the effects of the illness on their everyday lives.
Repairs to and protection of the stained glass windows.
PCF Stepping Stones 30 Apr 2018
This grant will be used to continue and expand a community gardening project. A community Christmas event in Plains Village will also be funded.
North Lanarkshire Carers Together 20 Aug 2018
H&SC NL have provided NLCT with some Carer Act pre-implementation funding to recruit a Carer Act Infomation Worker to work alongside the current carer information team, along with some funding to develop our data base as we are currently using to systems which are not mutually compatible. We would like funding to purchase two full desk pc's with 24" display screens as this would be more conducive to creating and editing carer information publications (currently working on lap tops). This will also be more beneficial in terms of working on the data base as laptop operation makes navigation cumbersome and time consuming. These PC's will be installed , linked to our current network and maintained as part of our IT maintenance provision. Our organisation has also been working toward compliance with GDPR and have prepared our transparency statement which has gone to all of our members and we are currently working on our Data Protection Policy. The board has identified a member of who will act at Data Protection Officer (DPO) - we would like to purchase some specific training to support this role.
Towards a programme to increase the take-up of self directed service payments by carers in Scotland.
Early Intervention Programme 27 May 2015
The Early Intervention Programme is designed for babies aged 0 to 3 years affected by cerebral palsy or other neurological conditions. The programme aims to develop each child’s abilities, with specific foci on movement and posture, through direct therapists’ contact and through instructing parents how to contribute to their child’s development.
This group will provide a therapeutic gardening project to support people with mental health issues in their supported accommodations across Glasgow, Inverclyde, Renfrewshire, East Ayrshire, and South Lanarkshire. The project will be presented in partnership with the Richmond Fellowship and Trellis to deliver a programme of therapeutic gardening activities to support people to plan, develop and grow their garden/outdoor spaces.
Easter Carmuirs Park Masterplan 21 Feb 2017
This group will work with local residents, young people and existing community groups to improve Easter Carmuirs Park. This planning process will allow the community to reach a shared vision for the park.
Purposeful Play in the Playground 12 Jun 2015
This school based in Cumbernauld will use the funding to install a range of outdoor play equipment within the school grounds.