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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 25 Sep 2019
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IT-Tastic!! 01 Aug 2018
Our intention is that our existing community volunteers will run this project. We intend to run basic fun tutorials that will encourage peer to peer and cross generational learning between local residents and also within families. Our target audience is primarily the over 65 age range integrated with support and involvement from our younger school age residents. We want to support people who are both physically isolated but also feel isolated due to the barriers that a lack of IT knowledge can create between for example grandparents & grandchildren. The activities will include specific subject tutorials but also less formal drop in 'fix-it’ sessions. The sessions will run one or two afternoons a week after school. In order that we retain a level of flexibility within the building we plan to use portable IT devices such as ipad's and/or tablets. We would also use gaming equipment to encourage cross generational interaction through games commonly played by younger generations. We also plan to invite people to bring in their console's and games to the hall so that we could hold a games evening where people can challenge each other in a fun tournament type of idea. We would hope to encourage people to bring along their own devises with them so that they could continue learning at home and become familiar with their equipment. However, the equipment we require from this funding will allow people to allow those who cannot afford their own equipment, convince those who don’t currently own the equipment due to not feeling confident or not yet seeing the advantages of having one in their own home. To having a convenient option where there reliable an equipment at the hall ready and set up for them to start learning.
Connecting to our online Communities 01 Aug 2018
We would like to access some training for a number of network members to allow them to act as peer trainers. We would require the trainers to have access to a small number of tablets which they could use to deliver the training to the participants. We are aware that a barrier to people accessing the online world is that they do not have devices of their own and would be anxious about spending what for people on benefits would be a considerable amount of money on something that they were not confident they could use. We believe that if people have the opportunity to develop their confidence they will be more inclined to commit to the expense of purchasing a device to allow them to access the internet. We currently have 23 peer support networks across the central belt of Scotland and we would very much like to deliver a workshop to each of those networks. We believe that if we had a reasonable number of trained members we would readily deliver these workshops over the course of a year. The majority of our members have travel cards allowing them to travel free of charge across the country, they have a lot of spare time and by virtue of our ongoing work in communities we have access to a number of free or low cost venues in which we could deliver the workshops. We believe that peer message is a very strong message and that our membership will respond well to being offered support and guidance from others who they feel are in a similar situation to themselves and will be confident about asking questions of peers that they may not ask of a formal tutor/coach.
Pollokshaws Digital Skills 01 Jun 2016
This project will provide 12 x 6 week basic digital skills courses over a year, aimed at 2 groups of participants. 1) 6 courses for people who are unemployed and who need digital skills to fulfil their job searching needs or to improve their skills for the job market and 2) 6 courses for older people in the community who have different needs, such as contacting family and friends or internet shopping. The project aims to see digital skills underpinning all of PAN's operations, such as getting service users to write blogs and manage a facebook page for their community garden project and help the needlecraft group download patterns and researching techniques etc. The project will be run from PAN's community hub in Pollokshaws, Glasgow and will be managed by the Network Co-ordinator.
Let's Get Digital 01 Jun 2016
Participants will be blind or partially sighted older people residing in any of their 13 target LAAs. Basic Digital Skills training will be delivered in small groups or 1-2-1 covering a number of topics. Training will be delivered locally through Peer Support Groups, specific to the needs of the person and will use either their own technology or we will lend a tablet for participants to practice on and help them to decide what to buy. As part of this training, the team will demonstrate alternative technology to broaden their knowledge and options in using their new digital skills. Let's Get Digital will underpin all of their services for older people; the training will roll out across all projects to ensure an additional layer of skills development opportunities for service users and support for staff, along with volunteer skills development.
Domestic Abuse Counselling Service 30 Nov 2016
The organisation will support victims of domestic abuse who are referred to the project from various local organisations. Service users will receive an individual assessment, which will determine the type of counselling support most appropriate, as well as identify any other specialist support that is required. This can include parenting, legal support, housing or benefits support. Individual counselling will be arranged with regular reviews to monitor progress and identify any further needs.
CoB Mentoring and Development 15 Feb 2017
This group will use the funding to provide weekly mentoring support sessions and workshops for disengaged young people living in deprivation. Participants will be offered support, skills and training to engage them into community life.
Perry Common Christmas on The Ring 11 Nov 2016
The project will use the funding to deliver a celebratory Christmas event to enable the local community to celebrate together. This will enable the organisation to provide an opportunity for improved community engagement with involvement from local community groups from the Polish, Greek and Chinese communities reflecting the evolving nature of the area.
The group will use the funding to develop a play area for children who are living with autism. This will improve beneficiariesâ€™ physical development.
Keeping Well with Sickle Cell Project 01 Feb 2017
A series of healthy workshops will be provided with this funding. The workshops will include training courses, nutrition learning and exercise techniques for people living with the effects of sickle cell and thalassaemia disorder. This will develop a better approach to improve the quality of health and wellbeing for participants.
Youth Making A Difference 28 Jul 2016
The group will use the funding to run 50 sessions of sports activities, providing a youth worker to oversee the project and training for volunteers. This will give beneficiaries better chances in life, reducing anti-social behaviour and increasing community cohesion in the area.
The Garden House 09 Mar 2016
The group will use the funding to create a therapeutic garden space in their refuge, which is aimed at South Asian women and children affected by domestic violence. This will develop the facilities of the organisation, improving beneficiariesâ€™ wellbeing, confidence and social inclusion.
The Four Dwellings Positive Play Project 13 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to install play equipment at a school which is currently lacking in play facilities that can be accessed at break times. This will engage children in positive social activities and create a stronger school community.
This group will use the funding to train 6 volunteers from around Scotland, who have experienced mental health problems to become digital reporters and correspondents for the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
Hope Garden 11 Nov 2015
The group will use the funding to create a sensory garden that will support the needs of survivors of domestic abuse. This will provide a safe space where beneficiaries can regain their physical and emotional health and wellbeing.
WGI Stage 2 22 Mar 2016
Specialist refuge accommodation and support in the community for young women aged 16 to 25 affected by all issues of violence against women and girls including forced marriage, honour based violence or female genital mutilation, rape or sexual abuse. Each will be supported individually to build their confidence and have the strength to take ownership and responsibility of their lives. Further support will include a helpline, drop-in sessions and outreach work.