- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 08 Jan 2019
- Latest award date
- 03 Dec 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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BULB Literacy Partnership 30 May 2019
Provides literacies learning for vulnerable individuals who are experiencing homelessness or enduring mental health issues and/or social isolation. This partnership of Blue Triangle (Glasgow) HA Limited, Flourish House, Glasgow Simon Community and Quarriers.
Professional Dance Skills Development 21 Mar 2019
Artists-led dance resource, enabling independent dance artists to develop choreographic practice and research and create new work. Provision includes dance studio space, advisory and support services.
Family Youth and Criminal Justice ALN Programme 21 Mar 2019
Delivers family literacies learning to parents in pre-school settings; youth literacies programme and specific ALN services for adults involved in the criminal justice system.
WEA Scotland Adult Literacies and ESOL Service 21 Mar 2019
Delivers numeracy, workplace and ESOL literacies programmes to working age people, asylum seekers and refugees across the city. Engages and progresses learners through links with employers and by working closely with other organisations.
Adult Literacy Numeracy (ALN) - Riverside Campus 21 Mar 2019
Riverside ALN timetable offers a range of specifically developed ALN courses designed to meet students' needs within the current focus on employability, lifelong learning, achievement and progression. In addition, adult literacies learning takes place in four community settings: Rainbow House, Phoenix Futures Recovery Hub, Glasgow City Mission and the Marie Trust.
Visual Arts Workshop Programme 21 Mar 2019
Access to arts for people living in the community, hospitals, nursing and care homes. Art in Hospital seeks to demonstrate the positive health benefits that the arts can bring.
Hemat Gryffe Women's Aid 21 Mar 2019
Provides safe temporary accommodation and support to women, children and young people primarily from the black and ethnic minority communities.
Routes out of Prostitution 21 Mar 2019
Routes Out leads on reducing street prostitution on behalf of the Glasgow Commercial Sexual Exploitation Strategy. The key aim of the initiative is to identify women involved in street prostitution in Glasgow and support them to exit. Routes Out also aims to prevent women from becoming involved in prostitution and to intervene early with those already involved.
Personal Safety & Confidence Building Project 21 Mar 2019
To provide personal safety and confidence building courses to tackle women's fear of crime and provide information on safety to women and women's organisations in Glasgow.