- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Nov 2014
- Latest award date
- 30 May 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Kingsway Court Health & Wellbeing Project 05 Dec 2014
A community development project with a focus on health and well being in Yoker and Scotstoun area. The project provides a wide range of services including Credit Union satellite service, welfare/financial information and advice, counselling services, a music and youth club, older people's lunch club and drop in, men and women's health groups and mothers and toddlers group, access to IT facilities and training.
North West Women's Centre 11 Dec 2014
Provides a range of services specifically for women which contribute to increasing self confidence and esteem, including lifelong learning opportunities, education, leisure, drop in, support and counselling.
The DASH Club 05 Dec 2014
Provides after school and holiday programmes for pupils of Milton School, a school for pupils with complex special needs. The project aims to improve psychological and physical health and wellbeing and to provide respite for parents.
MOALP 11 Dec 2014
To provide a flexible, innovative literacy and numeracy service to young people, people affected by homelessness, addiction, mental health, using both a 1 to 1 and group work approach.
Multi - Cultural Elderly Care 25 Aug 2016
Provides a complete care package including assessments, counselling, information & advice day care facility with outreach support for ethnic elderly persons living in the Woodlands, Woodside, Garnethill and city centre areas of Glasgow.
Thriving Places Gorbals CommunityData 14 Apr 2016
Data collection and analysis on Community Safety in the Gorbals and provision of a community directory and associated training.
Pilot Working Rite Project 28 Nov 2017
Develop a work based learning programme for unemployed and disengaged young people in the South Sector. Average placement of the young person is 16 weeks for 35 hours per week in one business.
Royston Community Music Project 26 Nov 2014
This project helps local people in North Glasgow to enhance their skills and talents through accessing a wide range of musical activities. The main aim is to advance the education and skills of people in performing arts, particularly music complementing the local regeneration strategy. Another aim is to raise awareness and increase public knowledge and understanding of music and cultural issues through information and education networking and marketing.
North Glasgow Youth Programme (NRFG) 05 Dec 2014
This initiative will provide a range of diversionary activities for young people in the Summerston & Wyndford Areas within Maryhill Kelvin & Canal CPP area.