- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 1998
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
To appoint an access officer for the North of England to advise on making buildings accessible to people with visual impairment.
Towards the provision of a pilot after school club and summer scheme for children and young people with physical and learning disabilities.
To identify a core curriculum for disability equality training which will reconcile the needs of service users and service providers.
To employ a welfare benefits advisor to assist people with dementia and their carers.
To fund the salary of a pilot carers' outreach worker in a rural area of Dumfries.
Towards the employment of a part-time development worker for children with special needs.
Towards improving access and facilities for disabled people at a community arts centre, in Kincardineshire.
Towards funding a befriending project for adults with learning disabilities.
Towards the core costs of a newly established volunteer befriending service for families (with children under 5) under stress.
Towards support for young carers on Glasgow's Easterhouse Estate.
To produce and distribute 1000 copies of the 'wee vip' project aimed at raising awareness and preventing sexual abuse amongst pre-school children, in Scotland.
For the production of information booklets and to develop an additional booklet on finding work for people with learning disabilities, in Edinburgh.
To purchase computer and office equipment for the new post of development worker, in Scotland.
Towards the core costs of a befriending project for people with learning disabilities in the Scottish Borders.
Grant awarded to Legato (South Scotland) 21 Dec 1998
To hold a training event for volunteers who will run stimulating drama, music and multi-sensory workshops for disabled toddlers and babies, in Edinburgh.
To engage an artist-in-residence for six months to introduce 20 people with severe physical disabilities to the use of computer technology as a vehicle for communication and artistic expression, in Glasgow.
Towards the continuing employment of a full-time link worker to enable people with mental health problems to access local community resources.