- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 16 Nov 2001
- Latest award date
- 28 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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But, where are you really from? 17 Jan 2018
This group will develop a play which will be performed at the ACTA-REACT festival in Bristol . The play will be developed by members of the group who have or are currently experiencing migration, working with the wider community and with the Citizens Theatre.
Towards transport for children to visit a parent in prison..
Towards the salary of the Allotment Workshop Leader for the “Grow and Learn” project in Pollockshields.
The Tackling Poverty Advisory Group chaired by the Leader of the Council comprises a range of organisations including community representatives from across the city. A key aspect of how this Group operates will be engaging with local community representatives to receive their input on the realities of poverty including the impact of welfare reform.
Established in 2015 MugStock is a charity based in the North West of Glasgow. Its main activity is creating an annual family friendly music and arts festival in nearby Mugdock Country Park, however as a charity run by volunteers the focus is on skills and community development all year round. As an employer there is awareness of the crucial skills needed, and Mugstock is well placed to help fill the gaps identified.
The Advocacy Project (Scotland) Ltd 18 Dec 2018
We would look for the CATS Fund to fund four Surface Go Tablets with keyboards and Microsoft Office Standard software. We also require funding for our IT support contractor to set them up.
Connecting to our online Communities 01 Aug 2018
We would like to access some training for a number of network members to allow them to act as peer trainers. We would require the trainers to have access to a small number of tablets which they could use to deliver the training to the participants. We are aware that a barrier to people accessing the online world is that they do not have devices of their own and would be anxious about spending what for people on benefits would be a considerable amount of money on something that they were not confident they could use. We believe that if people have the opportunity to develop their confidence they will be more inclined to commit to the expense of purchasing a device to allow them to access the internet. We currently have 23 peer support networks across the central belt of Scotland and we would very much like to deliver a workshop to each of those networks. We believe that if we had a reasonable number of trained members we would readily deliver these workshops over the course of a year. The majority of our members have travel cards allowing them to travel free of charge across the country, they have a lot of spare time and by virtue of our ongoing work in communities we have access to a number of free or low cost venues in which we could deliver the workshops. We believe that peer message is a very strong message and that our membership will respond well to being offered support and guidance from others who they feel are in a similar situation to themselves and will be confident about asking questions of peers that they may not ask of a formal tutor/coach.
Grant to Parkhead Citizens Advice Bureau 24 Mar 2011
Programme of home visits by volunteer advisers to assist people aged 60+ with money issues (mainly welfare benefits and debt).
Easterhouse Community Fun Days 07 Sep 2016
The organisation operates in Easterhouse and delivers a drop-in service for older people and a youth work project. This project will give people the opportunity to celebrate recent regeneration in the area.
The company supports people with learning disabilities, their families and carers. The project will celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the group and bring people together who have been involved with the organisation for the past 60 years.
Family Matters 25 Nov 2015
This group will use the funding to provide activity clubs for children aged 5-8 in north west Glasgow. They will also provide Triple P Parenting sessions to parents also.
Celebrating volunteering and community cohesiveness