- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 06 Aug 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Connecting Up Project 26 May 2017
This group will use the funding to deliver new and additional services targeted at older people, people with mobility or restricted access needs, those with long term conditions, and for people experiencing isolation and loneliness. The need to do something for these specific groups was identified by the local community who wanted to ensure that these groups were not excluded and could also benefit from all the various activities run by Annexe Communities.
This group will use the funding to celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary year through a special group trip to Lake Windermere and a camera to capture the trip. This funding will also enrich the group’s regular activities through the provision of a new sound system and projector screen which will be used to run activities such as film nights and gentle exercise classes.
Isle of Eigg Tree Nursery 26 Feb 2018
This charity took ownership of the Isle of Eigg in 1997 and are a partnership between the residents of Eigg, Highland Council and the Scottish Wildlife Trust. The group plan to deliver a volunteer led project which will establish a tree nursery on Eigg enabling the local community to re-stock their woodlands with native species and increasing local usage of currently under-utilised areas.
Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre 14 Dec 2017
The group will be able to refurbish this well used centre both externally and internally which will allow even more local people to use the range of services and activities run from there. The group will also be able to recruit two new staff members to develop a new programme of events.
Outings for deaf children & their families 23 May 2017
This group aim to improve the lives of deaf children in Scotland especially those from ethnic minority backgrounds. The funding will be used to organise three day trips during the summer holidays for deaf children and their families and a family fun day in October.
Your Own Group Aftercare - YOGA for Mind & Body 23 May 2017
This group based in Kirkintilloch provide peer support for people who have been through some kind of trauma including addiction problems and mental health issues. The funding will be used to hold free yoga and mindfulness sessions for those recovering from trauma and for the wider community.
This group will use funding to ensure victims of domestic abuse, particularly those at high risk of serious harm or murder, receive effective and timely support making individuals and families safer sooner. This will be achieved through research and analysis of current practices, and in-depth consultation with survivors and practitioners. This work will also create an evidence base and thematic reports for policy and practice at national and local level therefore improving daily practice.
This funding will allow the group to run a greater range of activities and reach more people in their community.
Trees, Bees and Skint Knees! 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to deliver a woodland programme throughout Midlothian from their new woodland classroom. The programme will be free, engage a variety of community groups and promote the physical, social and mental benefits of being outdoors.
Working on the railways 08 Nov 2017
This group, based in Edinburgh, will host eight one day engagement events for the community to become further involved in constructing a mini rail track at a newly acquired site.
VXS - Pick up and play 23 May 2017
This group promotes and advances the sport of VX in Scotland. The group will use the funding for a capacity building project that they hope will increase the number of people participating in the sport of VX in Scotland.
This group provides after school and holiday activities for 64 children aged between five and 12 years old. The funding will be used to engage Grub4life dietitians to deliver a weekend training course to enable a group of staff, parents and older children to become Food and Nutrition Ambassadors.
Re-EmployABLE 15 Sep 2017
This group based in Lochgelly provides employment and volunteering opportunities for people with disabilities and others who are socially inactive. The funding will be used to recruit 20 new volunteers, expand the organisation’s social enterprise, and to design and produce personalised products.
Saving Limekilns Pier for the Community 30 Jan 2018
This group based in a small coastal village in Fife, will use the funding to commission a feasibility study which will assist them in securing the future of the historic pier in the village.
FITFAM Sports Club 01 Nov 2017
This group will deliver two weekly multi-sports clubs in the Clyde Valley Campus Sports Hub for local families. Local volunteers from will co-deliver the clubs along with a local experienced paid sessional coach.
This grant will fund a free screening of the Sundance award-winning documentary, Unrest, to raise awareness of the illness Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and the work of ME Research UK within the local Perth community.
Midlothian Wellbeing Mela 2018 30 Jan 2018
This organisation, based in Dalkeith, will use the funding to organise their annual mela which will feature music, dance, family friendly activities, meals, and wellbeing workshops. The event will be open to everyone in the local community.