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- Earliest award date
- 22 Jul 1998
- Latest award date
- 12 Mar 2019
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Juniors Jungle Explorers 04 Oct 2016
This group offers activities aimed at families such as play sessions, arts and crafts classes, healthy lifestyle sessions, and a baby and breast-feeding club. The project will teach parents to play with their children.
This group will use the funding to develop their outdoor play area.
This group are based in a social landlord residential development for older people. They will use the funding for a year long programme of recreational activities.
My World 17 Dec 2015
This group provide welfare services to females who have been affected by issues such as forced marriage and domestic abuse. The group will use the funding for start up costs.
BenefIT by doing DigITal 02 Dec 2016
We will provide a new specialist service in the Bureau by delivering independent, impartial, free and confidential advice and support to residents of the Clydesdale area who have not the access to, or the ability to, make an online benefits application. We will be specifically looking at assisting with Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction, Social Welfare Fund and Blue Badge Scheme applications. We will identify clients from our existing client base, new client enquiries and via referrals from our local partnership organisations (such as Clydesdale Care and Repair, Healthy Valleys, Clydesdale Housing, Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health ( LAMH), Jobcentre Plus and the Local Authority. Our service will offer these clients: 1. a comprehensive benefit check to inform of their eligibility and entitlement to the range of welfare benefits 2. provide practical assistance and support in completing online applications 3. on-going advice, information and support during processing of claims 4. advice and support in challenging incorrect awards, including “non-awards” Presently, our Bureau is able to undertake services numbered: 1 & 4, above.
Money on my mind! 02 Dec 2016
As a young information project we currently offer support for young people up to the age of 25 years old, in terms of employment and financial matters. As we have already built up our expertise and knowledge of providing these services to young people, we are looking to expand these opportunities to people over the age of 25 years from throughout the Hamilton area. We will set up a dedicated drop in service for adults (aged 16+), where staff will provide access to information, one-to-one support and to computers/internet to enable them to make informed choices about financial related issues. The Hamilton food bank is based within the same street as us, at 22 Townhead Street. We will run the drop in service at the same times as the food bank is open, in order to target people using the food bank, and from the wider Hamilton area. We will offer information and support on all financial related issues including: benefits, budgeting, debt management, saving etc. We will use a holistic approach to increase participant’s confidence & self-esteem in dealing with financial matters. We will also offer dedicated literacy & numeracy support, so they can brush up their skills and be in a better position to make positive financial decisions. We have built up relationships with a variety of other local organisations over the years and can sign post or make formal referrals for people to organisations that provide additional services to meet their needs e.g. Money Matter, CAB, VASLan.
Grant to South Lanarkshire Young Carers Forum 04 Aug 2017
We support young carers in South Lanarkshire and give them a voice that can be heard at a local and national level.
Grant to 1st Blackwood Beaver Colony 29 Nov 2017
We want to purchase dining shelters. This will enable us to take our kids away camping and have adequate undercover cooking facilities.
Grant to Larkhall and District Volunteer Group 19 Nov 2018
We want to buy a minibus to allow older isolated people to access activities which address social isolation.