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- Earliest award date
- 26 Oct 1999
- Latest award date
- 11 Sep 2019
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Younger Person's Project 13 Oct 2006
Dunfermline Advocacy Initiative's "Young Persons Programme" will match young people with and without disabilities in Citizen Advocacy partnerships. Citizen Advocacy matches vulnerable people in society with resourceful and responsible local people. This project will help local young people with disabilities access the networks and support mechanisms that a young person without disability might be expected to access.
YOYP #sparkachangeDWF - Young People of Dunfermline creating healthier lives for 14-18 year olds
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.
Based in Fife, this project meets the programme priority of capital support. It will involve the refurbishment of the children and young people's areas at the Cupar office, St Andrew's office and refuge. This will enable the organisation to offer a service that is more responsive to the needs of children and young people.
An after school club for visually impaired children and young people who may also have other disabilities. They will have fun make friends learn new skills and become more independent.
Preparing Young People in Auchtermuchty for Their Future
Financial inclusion for blind and partially sighted people
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.
Inspiring and enabling a generation of young people with disabilities.
Growing Auchmuty 14 Dec 2017
This funding will be used to develop green spaces in Auchmuty. The group will use gardening and growing as a vehicle for volunteering, developing skills and bringing the community together. The activity will have a strong intergenerational focus where older people can share their experience with young people. It will benefit 450 in the Auchmuty area by reducing isolation among older people, and increasing the skills and employability of children and young people.
Employability Project 11 Aug 2006
This project will work with homeless young people in Fife to help them increase their chances of finding sustainable employment. It will help young people to overcome these difficulties by providing assistance to develop their soft skills, such as time keeping and communication, as well as helping to develop their job search skills and gain experience of using computers. The money will pay the salary cost of a new part-time Employability worker.
We will renovate a 2/3 bedroomed property for young people to share as “Move On” accommodation following a stay at a YMCA homeless hostel. The renovated property will be located nearby to help young people through their next transition stage – occupation of their first flat/house and preparation for a tenancy of their own. Young people must be statutorily homeless to qualify. Prior to “moving on”, we identify and match young people, firstly enabling them to share effectively within a YMCA hostel. We will provide practical, emotional support for sharing as well as independent/life skills training which are delivered through our “Y” Academy. "Y" Academy focusses on achieving positive outcomes for each young individual’s emotional, health, financial, learning and other personal needs. Funding for Y Academy is sourced separately and includes staff from other partnering support agencies eg Penumbra for mental health, ABE for literacies and numeracy.
Karate Youth Initiative 11 Dec 2009
The group will develop their programme of karate training for young people in Fife. Parents and guardians of the young people will also be involved in this scheme to promote physical and personal development. This grant will pay for martial arts licences, instructor courses, karate suits and training equipment.