- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Mar 2006
- Latest award date
- 10 Aug 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards the salary of the Allotment Workshop Leader for the “Grow and Learn” project in Pollockshields.
The Hidden Gardens 'Garden Development' Project 10 Aug 2018
This group will use the funding to develop the Garden in Pollokshields to continue to meet the needs of the community. The development will enhance the existing Wildlife Area and extend the Community Vegetable Growing Space.
Pathways to Change 21 Apr 2011
The project will develop its volunteer programme which provides skills and support to people with a range of experiences and needs. The grant will pay for Garden Assistant sessional costs, materials, marketing, volunteer travel and subsistence, volunteer training costs and accommodation.
Hidden Gardens: Annual Cultural Programme 11 Dec 2014
The Gardens house a community space for environmental and food workshops and there is a large number of volunteers who maintain the gardens. The Hidden Gardens are used for recreation but also for events including the popular 'Festival of Lights.
Grant to Hidden Gardens Trust 13 Jun 2013
towards three years' continuation funding of the salary of the Volunteer Manager and running costs of an environmental and growing food project in a deprived area of Glasgow
HDA-17/35 02 Feb 2017
towards delivery of the 'Wellness & Togetherness Programme' to run 48 Tai Chi sessions and cover the cost of the sessional Garden Assistant in order to promote health and encourage integration
Grant to The Hidden Gardens Trust 20 Feb 2017
Towards the costs of the Community & Creative Programme delivering innovative activities and opportunities focussed on engaging marginalised and excluded people.
The project will allow 3780 people in the Pollokshields area of Glasgow to learn new skills, increase their knowledge of the environment and improve their quality of life by being able to take part in a range of volunteering opportunities and community events and activities. Community activities will include school visits, cultural events, workshops on gardening, cooking and healthy eating, as well as initiatives to improve the local environment .
Hidden Gardens 15 Apr 2009
The Hidden Gardens Trust in Glasgow aim to hold a Wildlife Day where members of the public will be invited to partake in various activities such as planting sessions, workshops on making bird boxes, plant identification, a nature trail and a mini beast hunt for children. Along with the Wildlife Day, the group plan to upgrade paths to the wildlife area, to ensure better public access.
The Hidden Gardens Trust 26 Jan 2018
This project will bring the local community together through a variety of existing volunteering and learning activities centred around their community garden. Volunteering programmes such as Weekend Garden Volunteers and Greenthumbs will bring people together to maintain local green spaces and make new friends. The Greenthumbs programme will also give people the opportunity to become trained volunteer gardening assistants who will help deliver community workshops.
This group work with local statutory and voluntary organisations to improve the quality of life through recreational and educational activities. 2 group leaders, sessional leader, workshop expenses, crèche, marketing, admin and management, translation services and resources.
This group work with local statutory and voluntary organisations to improve the quality of life through recreational and educational activities. The grant will pay for a workshop leader, research and development, planning, monitoring and evaluation costs, materials, equipment and resources, publicity and marketing costs.
This project will allow the organisation to run a cultural cookery programme.
The Hidden Gardens 07 May 2007
The Hidden Gardens Trust was established in August 2005. The proposed project aims to create a wildlife area within an existing nature area through planting, construction of pathways and creation of an audio guide to the site for visually impaired users of the site. Funding will pay for landscaping, plants, training, volunteer expenses and audio guide production.