- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 08 Feb 2001
- Latest award date
- 10 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The Chestnut Café: Drop-in Activity Café 29 Nov 2017
The project will establish a Drop-in Internet and Activity Café along with an information technology hub with multimedia facilities for the local community in the Stepps area.
This funding will allow the group to run a greater range of activities and reach more people in their community.
Growing PlayPeace 19 Dec 2017
This group supports local families who have children and young people with additional support needs. This grant will allow them to run a range of new activities.
Lanarkshire Transplant Team - Scotland 2017 16 Jun 2017
This group is made up of kidney transplant patients who will participate in the British Transplant Games taking place in North Lanarkshire. The transplant games aims to raise awareness of the needs for organ donation and promote healthy, active lifestyles. The project will fund sports clothing uniforms and equipment to allow the team to participate in the games events.
Web Connections Project 26 Mar 2018
This grant will fund redesign and development of Cornerstone’s website, social media and digital communication channels including improved digital marketing.
Arts and Crafts Workshops 26 Mar 2018
This grant will fund a wide range of arts and crafts activities including card making, painting, jewellery making, textiles, sewing/dress making, knitting/crochet and upholstery. These activities help to address social isolation and improve health and wellbeing within the community.
The Young at Heart Activity Programme 02 May 2017
This group provide a nutritious home cooked meal alongside a varied programme of activities to elderly people living in Cardowan, Millerston and Stepps. The funding will be use to deliver a planned programme of activities including six outings to places of historic interest around Glasgow and Lanarkshire.
Language and culture diversity in Polish School 01 Nov 2017
This group, based in Motherwell, will use the funding for events to mark the 10th anniversary of the school’s integration of Polish children into Scottish society and culture.
This Coatbridge based group provide opportunities for people with a range of disabilities to participate in ice skating. This project will allow the group to prepare for upcoming national and international skating competitions which are being held in Glasgow in 2018.
Assisting Local People out of Poverty 02 May 2017
This group run two food banks, a clothes bank and a friendship café in the Cumbernauld area. This project will help support the group's activities to help address food and welfare poverty in the Cumbernauld area by providing storage, transport costs and other infrastructure costs.
This group provide social and recreational activities for women in the Croy area. The project will fund trips and outings as well as a Christmas dinner for the group and allow them to buy equipment for bingo evenings and the group's monthly afternoon teas.
Springboard to Family Recovery 02 May 2017
This group will use the funding to support families affected by alcoholism and addiction by encouraging and supporting long lasting change in people’s lives. Through recovery cafes and residential retreats the organisation aims to empower families by educating them on alcoholism and addiction. Providing them with this information will give them the tools to relieve stress and anxiety, as well as supporting them in creating positive mental and physical habits.
Social Inclusion and Development Project 29 May 2018
This grant will fund outings and activities for parents and carers of people affected by autism in the Motherwell and Wishaw area. This will include therapies, training sessions, outings and social networking.