- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 23 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 02 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The school provide activities for children with special needs in Glasgow. They wish to encourage the children to take part in more physical activity by purchasing a selection of special equipment and coaching costs. This grant will fund boccia balls, a boccia ramp, a new-age Kurling set, a holdall, a ramp, two Wii-Fit, a coaching sessions for lunchtimes, coaching sessions for dance and coaching sessions for Yoga.
The club provide football activities for girls aged 9 to 17. The project is based in Garrowhill, East Glasgow and focuses on football. This grant will fund 50 sets of balls, 50 training bibs, five sets of markers, fitness equipment, coach education and training facilities.
Heroes Return 22 May 2009
One Second World War veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June 2009. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran and one spouse.
This school will provide a new lunchtime activity club. The grant will be used to purchase three table tennis tables, nets, balls, bats, one Nintendo Wii console, fitness board/disc and a TV.
This school will arrange lunchtime dance and multi-games sessions. The grant will fund 16 lunchtime dance sessions for P6 and P7 pupils, 16 lunchtime dance sessions for P5 and P6 pupils, and 16 lunchtime multi-sport and games sessions for P4 to P7 children.
The club will expand their Kwik Cricket programme to offer more primary school age children across Glasgow and East Renfrewshire the chance to try the sport of cricket. This grant will be used to pay for helmets, pads, balls, bats, stumps, cones, bibs, boxes and training costs for coaches.
The nursery school will provide gymnastic sessions for all the children in the nursery school over a 14-week period. Parents and carers will be encouraged to take part with the children. This award will be used to pay for gymnastic coach fees.
The school will set up new extracuricular clubs in tennis, judo, netball and games. They are aimed primarily at P1 to P5 children and will run from April to June. This grant will allow the school to pay for coaching for their lunchtime and after-school clubs.
The school will introduce a new after school basketball club for pupils. This grant will fund the purchase of two basketball stands and a basketball coach for twenty sessions.
This group provide a range of health, learning and cultural activies. The project is based in Partick, West Glasgow, and focuses on general fitness activities. The grant will fund sessional staff costs, marketing costs, venue hire, and administration costs.
The group offer training and outreach work to schools and local hospitals to help teach the local community about epilepsy. The grant will fund a day trip, meal and travel costs.
This group provide support and advocacy for adults with learning or physical disabilities. The project is based in the east of Glasgow and focuses on walking. This grant will fund lead walker training, flyers, publicity, venue hire, a first aid box, a whistle and back packs.
The nursery will use the grant to engage a pre-school gymnastics specialist to deliver sessions to promote and encourage participation in physical activities from an early age.
This group plans to organise a summer fete, in the school, were they will introduce a range of sport activities to pupils and wider community. This award will fund climbing wall hire, moonwalk dome hire and catering.
This group will provide football coaching for both children attending Shawlands Primary School in Glasgow, and in the wider community, during term-time and school holidays. The grant will fund venue hire, staff training, T-shirts and equipment (football related).
This group from Carnwadric provides physical and social recreational activities for older people. The grant will extend the service offered to members by introducing regular exercise classes, designed specifically for people with osteoporosis, chronic bronchitis and emphysema, to enhance their body muscle and promote mobility. The grant will fund fees for qualified exercise instructor.