- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 17 Jun 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards training and development of an arts based programme for care staff in residential homes in West Dumbartonshire.
To run music workshops for asylum seekers in Glasgow.
Grant to Bridges Programmes 18 Jul 2012
Towards the salaries of two posts supporting the social and economic integration of refugees through work-based interventions and life skills support.
Grant to St Basils 30 Oct 2014
Towards the cost of an intensive support and employability programme for homeless young people who have complex needs and are amongst the hardest to engage.
Towards project costs to support the development of a benchmarking tool for relationship based practice with care leavers.
An investment in the development and set-up of new business development activities to increase earned income.
Towards the cost of equipment for its sensory room equipment.
Towards the cost of a Sensory Magic computer system for its new sensory room.
Towards the running costs of the Carpenter's Arms Community Centre
Bite Size Digital Skills 01 Jun 2016
ADS will use their existing Create eLearning package to design bitesize digital skills modules for their volunteers. Face-to-face or online learning will be offered depending on the needs of the volunteers, with one becoming a digital champion tasked with sharing the messages wider and ensure basic digital skills are embedded in the overall approach to training volunteers. The project will be delivered in Glasgow and overseen by an experienced team.
Cadder Online 01 Jun 2017
The Cadder Online project will enable us to support local people get online and improve their basic digital skills. We will host 3 pop-up events via our community cafe and community centre at busy times to target the harder to reach people who maybe have so far not had the confidence or motivation to participate. We will employ a digital inclusion worker for 8 hours per week to enable us to deliver 2 facilitated classes / groups and facilitate a drop in session weekly. One session will be during school hours to accommodate people with childcare issues with school age children and one will be in the evening to accommodate people after work. The drop in session will be a mid week morning session, while the Parent and Toddler group is running in the Community Centre's community room. The Cadder Online Project will provide flexible accessible support to local people who need help with a variety of basic digital skills to enable them to be more connected, reducing isolation, use the internet safely and securly, to help organise their finances and access online services increasing their confidence and engagement. We will continue to work in partnership with the local College Glasgow Kelvin College and others to ensure we can provide other learning or development opportunities wherever possible. We will also use existing resources to signpost people to any specialist or relevant services they may require such as welfare rights or ESOL support. The Cadder Online Project will also be made available to the Community Centre volunteers through the VIP (Volunteer Involvement Project), where volunteers will be able to develop their basic digital skills to help them in the placements and further development as part of their Personal Development Plans.
This project will replicate their existing Edinburgh provision by establishing a bereavement service for children and young people based Ibrox Parish Church, in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow. The project will support children and young people aged four to 18 who are struggling to cope with the bereavement of a parent, sibling, close family member or friend.