- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 26 Oct 1999
- Latest award date
- 19 May 2020
- Total GBP grants
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This group provides support, advice and information services for sufferers of Myeloma, an incurable cancer of the blood, and their carers._x000B__x000B_This grant will pay for video conferencing facilities, communication links, transport to and from video conferencing centre, leisure activities, lunch and break provisions and production of a convention document.
YOYP #sparkachangeDWF - Young People of Dunfermline creating healthier lives for 14-18 year olds
International Football 16 Sep 2010
The club will host and organise an international football fixture between Scotland and Wales to take place in Fife in May 2011. This grant for will fund accommodation for Scotland's three teams for 14s/16s/18s, accommodation for four directors and chairman, pack lunches for both nations, a civic reception, hire of premises for reception, three football kits, nine footballs, three sets of water bottles with carriers, three first aid kits, hire of stadium a (East Fife FC), advertising and programmes.
Mechanical Live Skills Project 23 Feb 2012
This group will run a 30 week mechanical skills project for local young people. The grant will fund mechanics' fees, the use of garage, safety clothing and safety equipment.
Younger People's Project 20 Jan 2005
The "Younger People's Project" will match young people with and without learning disabilities in Citizen Advocacy Partnerships and also enable them to participate in community life. The grant will fully fund the existing posts of a full-time Advocacy Worker and part-time Administrator, recruitment costs and the production of information.
Advocacy for older people. 21 Dec 2006
Fife Elderly Forum Executive's idea is to develop services for isolated older people in Fife. The grant will fund a business plan and surrounding costs.
Older People's Project 15 Oct 2008
This project that will raise the self-esteem and confidence of older people with learning disabilities residing in West Fife. Volunteers will establish relationships with individuals that will focus on developing friendships, access to practical support and independent representation. The project will run for three years and will reach 25 adults and 20 volunteers. The three year grant will be used to fund salaries.
Younger People's Project 14 Sep 2011
The project aims to continue to improve the self esteem, social connections and decision making abilities of young people with learning disabilities through Citizen Advocacy. Clients are matched with advocates from their own age group who share their interests. After intense support initially the organisation will let each relationship develop independently. The grant will be used to pay for salaries, office costs, staff expenses, training and an external evaluation.
The group will set up a new lunch club for elderly Urdu speakers. They will organise a weekly meeting and will provide lunch, games, entertainment and the opportunity for those who attend to socialise.
We want to upgrade kitchen to enable us to have more social days where senior citizens come together for something to eat and a chat.
We aim to hold a weekly soup & sweet during the summer holidays that will give senior citizens the chance to have a lunch and social time.
Publication Production of People's Experiences 29 Apr 2005
Fife Council have been awarded a grant to work with their libraries to carry out a number of events that will celebrate the 60th anniversary of WW2. Activities such as reminiscence sessions, travelling exhibitions, concerts of music of the time, WW2 cookery demonstrations and interviewing and recording memories of various veterans and home front veterans will take place.
Co-Housing for Older People 04 Feb 2008
Vivarium's idea is to conduct a consultation with their target beneficiairies and develop a business plan to enable them to test the feasibility by delivering a pilot project. The initiative will allow them to identify suitable facilties to conduct the co-housing scheme which is aimed at people over 50. The grant will fund consultancy fees, a business plan and venue hire.
Big Fun For Little People 19 Dec 2011
This group will purchase a wide range of play equipment for their new parent and toddler group. The grant will fund walkers, arts materials, educational toys, musical play aids, dress up aids, a lockable storage container, plastic storage units and a media package for the website.
Preparing Young People in Auchtermuchty for Their Future