- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 02 Apr 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Diversity and Inclusion This Eid al-Adha 10 Aug 2016
This group was established in 2001 to represent the Afghan community in Scotland. The project will bring together BME people from different backgrounds and faiths at a cultural event to celebrate Eid in the west end of Glasgow.
Stretch a Nickel is supporting and investing in children and families
Skills and Opportunities Changing Lives 12 Jul 2016
This group have recently acquired premises for their community cafe. The cafÃ© will provide work experience, language classes and training opportunities to those in the local community in particular targeting those of Somali origin. The funding will be used for new equipment, insurance and consultants.
Spreading the daily dose of positivity 10 Aug 2016
This organisation produces an online magazine which focuses on inspiring stories about people and organisations in Scotland. They will use the funding to develop their activities.
Continental Heritage in Scotland-(CHiS). 07 Sep 2016
The organisation aims to empower ethnic minorities, refugees and foreign national young people in Scotland supporting their full participation in society. The project will celebrate the cultures of Asian, European and African communities in Scotland.
This group plans to open its own training centre of excellence, incorporating a live restaurant environment offering work placements and modern apprenticeships. It has recently secured office space and will use the funding for three staff posts for 4 months to investigate the feasibility of setting the centre up and to research how it can develop as a training provider.
This project will provide culturally sensitive support services for African BME people, living with HIV and AIDS in Glasgow. . Support will include information and advice on how to manage life in Scotland with an HIV diagnosis, in a culturally sensitive manner.
MemorI - a community remembers 12 Jul 2016
This organisation delivers a variety of events for Bangladeshi people living in Glasgow and the wider community. They will use the money to devise and perform a work of participatory theatre centred on Bangladeshi History.
This nursery will use the funding to improve their outside play area.
Finding Your Feet: Building Solid Foundations 12 Jul 2016
This group support people who have experienced limb amputation or loss of limb function to achieve rehabilitation and independence within the community. This project will develop the organisationâ€™s website and fund consultants to produce a development plan, marketing strategy and fundraising plan.
Transitions to Learning and Work Programme 17 Mar 2016
This programme will support vulnerable young people aged 15 to 19 to develop skills to progress towards accessing employment, training and further education. It will work with 120 young people, who are identified as being looked after, from the North East area of Glasgow or who have been disengaged or been excluded, or are at risk of exclusion, from education and those at risk of early entry into the criminal justice system.
Parents and pupils fit together 17 May 2016
This group support pupils of Cardinal Winning Secondary School which caters for children with additional support needs. The funding will be used to purchase a range of fitness equipment.
DIGITAL INCLUSION PROJECT (DIP) 14 Jun 2016
This group support disadvantaged families, young people and children promoting their inclusion within society. The funding will be used to deliver an IT training and financial literacy project to young people living Glasgowâ€™s East End.
Ardenglen Housing Association Social Committee 27 Mar 2017
This association provides a range of activities for the local community operating out of their Maureen Cope Community Hall. The activities include gardening, sewing, IT/Digital, cookery, intergenerational groups, men's groups, womenâ€™s groups, first aid sessions, a support group for lone parents, and activities that encourage the use of English if English is the participantâ€™s second language.
Govanhill Neighbourhood Centre - Toy Library 08 Jul 2015
This group will use the funding to provide equipment so that they can run a toy library aimed at children under the age of five.
This organisation will develop an innovative and ambitious approach to help football clubs across Scotland to become sustainable â€˜Community Clubsâ€™ with better connections to their local communities. It will conduct in-depth research and consultation to create a model/network through the piloting of three football clubs.
Raising Safety Awareness and Understanding 06 Oct 2015
This group will use the funding to provide educational workshops on basic health and safety techniques for individuals whose first language is not English.