- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 17 Oct 2007
- Latest award date
- 04 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Toryglen Youth Development Project 25 Nov 2014
The Toryglen Youth Development Project engages with young people aged 12-25 to promote ownership of their community and develop learning opportunities through a wide range of activities and building communication between young people and other service providers active in the area.
South East Vibrancy Thematic Plan 29 Mar 2016
To add value to existing vibrant activity already taking place in South East Glasgow, around the agreed local priorities of Sport, Arts, History & Heritage, Volunteering and Cultures & Faiths.
Glasgow Sport Award Programme 14 Apr 2016
Combined funding for the former award schemes - Talented Sports Performer, Community Grants, Sport for All International Travel and Coaches and Officials Award Scheme.
Y Cafe Project 28 Nov 2017
Run a pilot Y Café project at Clyde Community Hall, providing an opportunity for young people to work in catering and hospitality while learning key skills and gaining certification. The community benefits from provision of a low cost café in the area.
Glasgow Unesco City of Music 14 Apr 2016
Project aim is to - - promote excellence in all sorts of music from rock to opera. - to stimulate interest in musical education - to improve access to music for all ages and social and ethnic backgrounds - to take part in the global network of UNESCO Creative Cities.
Digi4al 01 Jun 2017
Digi4al will offer digital learning opportunities at our community day clubs for the first time. Adults who attend our community day clubs have varying degrees of additional support need including those with mental health issues, dementia and some with physical disabilities. Glasgow has the highest level of disability across age groups when compared to other Scottish cities. This project will allow us to work with our current group, and newly recruited participants, and introduce them to basic digital skills. This will help to overcome current limitations and give participants and their carers the confidence to develop lifelong skills and confidence to take part in further digital activities in their own time. The digital skills programme will include: * Getting to grips with tablets/smartphones a basic introduction to ICT * Set up of email, online social media sites, banking and online shopping * Staying safe whilst using the internet Digi4al take place in our community centres and libraries, making use of our free public Wi-Fi. Up to date tablets will provide ongoing support to the club and individuals after the digital learning programme is completed. We will also encourage Digi4al participants to access our online library service by delivering additional training sessions that are outwith the remit of this project. This will enable members of the day clubs to access free books, magazines and music online either through their own devices or on the tablets while in our venues.
Culture and Sport Glasgow - Family Futures 17 Oct 2007
The Family Futures' project will deliver Positive Parenting Programmes in 35 Glasgow libraries for parents of children from 0 to 16 years old. 'Triple P', as it is known, offers a positive approach to parenting by providing information, support and practical answers to everyday parenting concerns. 'Bounce and Rhyme' and 'Toddler Tales' sessions will also be delivered encouraging parents and children to sing, read and talk together. The grant will fund salary costs.
HWC 2016 Glasgow Legacy Project 17 Mar 2016
This project will allow 100 people from Glasgow who have experienced homelessness to volunteer at the Homeless World Cup. It will be followed by a post event programme of sports, cultural and learning activities, as well as a positive media campaign during the Homeless World Cup event.
Family Youth and Criminal Justice ALN Programme 14 Apr 2016
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.
Youth Programme (South West) 25 Nov 2014
Provision of co-ordinated, holistic and joined up services for young people taking them through a comprehensive employability journey adopting a programmed approach to youth provision.
This group will provide dance and outdoor activity sessions for young people working towards their Duke of Edinburgh Awards. This grant will fund dance coaching costs, outdoor instructor fees and transport costs.
North Glasgow Learning Programme 26 Nov 2014
A partnership approach to deliver a comprehensive literacy and numeracy programme for North Glasgow, delivering services where there are gaps in provision both thematically and geographically. The suite of projects will target both adults and young people.