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- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 10 Dec 2018
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Based in Glasgow, Space Unlimited is a social enterprise and charity with a mission to build young people’s confidence and capacity to influence change. This grant contributes to the two Joint Managing Partner salaries, an Office Manager and improvements to digital resources. It will enable Space Unlimited to diversify its income and deepen its impact for young people and communities by sustaining and spreading its approach. Space Unlimited also seeks to influence more decision makers to genuinely shape services alongside young people.
Operating from a former nightclub in Dunfermline, Heart and Sound offers a range of creative and youth work activities. Working in partnership with young people and local organisations, Heart and Sound will develop a new youth work hub in the city. The hub will house multiple charities offering sporting and creative opportunities, and give Heart and Sound the space required to meet the increasing demand for its services.
JustRight Scotland is a charitable group of human rights lawyers based in Scotland working towards a new model of collaborative social justice. Through this grant, JustRight Scotland will build a legal advice, policy and research hub, bringing together migration expertise and analysis to inform individuals, organisations and policymakers during the Brexit transition.
Multi-Story Artist Residency Programme 27 Mar 2007
The project aims to create a three year artist residency programme - based within the community at the Red Hill housing estate in Glasgow - which will develop collaborative arts projects to young refugees and asylum seekers to explore issues and ideas around migrant identities.
We will conduct participatory action research with young disabled people, to increase access and take up of motorcycle mechanics activities by under represented groups.
Street: Live 25 Feb 2009
A three year grant for Street: Live a programme of outreach work with young people in urban and rural areas of Fife, Scotland. Entirely youth-led, the programme is universal but aims to reduce anti social behaviour and help the most marginalised young people to discover talents and interests as a first step in moving into further education and employment.
Supporting young people to independence 28 Jul 2010
Extending DCYP's existing services to deliver, in partnership with other local service providers, a programme of intensive one-to-one support to local young people, which enables them to access education and training and develop the skills and confidence to take advantage of emerging employment opportunities.
A 3 year volunteer befriending service for 98 children and young people aged 8-25 who have learning disabilities and live in the Scottish Borders.
LGBT young people's participation and policy project Co funded with Scottish Government, a national youth council with a participation and policy influencing element
The project will work with a local heritage group and community to deliver a collaborative archaeology learning project.
Dance for Parkinson's Disease 19 Oct 2015
Dance Base, Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, and Scottish Ballet will pilot a regular programme of weekly dance activities in Edinburgh and Glasgow for people with Parkinson's, their caregivers, families and friends – accompanied by live music. They plan to explore how to monitor the impact of this pilot in partnership with Glasgow University Institute of Neurological Sciences.
AJP Dreams’ tagline is “If I can, you can, we can!” Alexander Warren is a young man who has overcome obstacles to become a conference speaker, businessman and entrepreneur, using his experiences to inspire and motivate others to improve care and support for people with learning disabilities. Alexander plans to work with Edinburgh Development Group, an academic from Edinburgh University and drama experts to research, develop, test and pilot an empathy training programme for support workers, which will help them to listen to and empathise with their clients’ dreams, no matter how flamboyant. PHF funding will pay Alexander, his support team and these experts for 18 months to create a training product that can be delivered more widely and become commercially sustainable.
Shake It Up - Learning Through Dance 18 Jul 2016
YDance aims to increase engagement with learning, attainment and wellbeing of over 2000 of Scotland's poorest children from 12 primary schools in 4 areas of deprivation over a period of four years. Two professional dance workers will work in close partnership with teachers to plan and deliver dance activities as a means to teach a range of academic subjects. YDance aims to ensure that learning through dance is sustained by involving the whole school in the process, training and supporting teachers to gain skills and confidence to use dance practice independently.
Teacher Artist Development Programme 23 May 2016
Creativity and Executive Functions - The Art of Learning: This action research CPDL programme for teachers and artists aims to develop creativity skills and executive functions of primary learners through arts based learning activities.
Contribution to growth plans 27 Feb 2017
Move On’s growth plans include diversifying income and developing their offer to include establishing a Centre of Excellency for Mentoring. They aim to increase the number of young people they work with, develop new approached to meet their needs and increase organisational resilience.
An Talla Solias will test a new curatorial framework designed to better reach local audiences including families, people with lower incomes, and the elderly. It will use this experience to embed a culture of reflective practice and develop a new engagement strategy tailored to its local context.
Project Ability is a visual arts charity working with disabled children, and learning disabled adults and those with mental health problems, at its central Glasgow studio. Through a programme of artist-led activities and exhibitions, it aims to develop participants’ creative skills, to improve their wellbeing and confidence and to support their development as artists – bringing their work to wider audiences. Project Ability seeks to pilot and evaluate satellite versions of its studio in different communities, to improve the evidence base for its work and to understand how best to extend its model.
Who Cares? Scotland supports the voice of care experienced people across Scotland through individual advocacy support, group participation activities and campaigning. A new Director of Operations will enhance the capacity of the senior leadership team, allowing the organisation to effectively manage the 1000 Voices campaign and influence the upcoming ‘Root and Branch’ review of the care system in Scotland.