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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 06 Aug 2019
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Centenary Celebration Diner 04 Dec 2017
This group, based in Midlothian, will host a dinner to celebrate their 100th anniversary. It will bring together old and current members and the group will stage an exhibition of the history of both the village of Cousland and the organisation itself.
Lumsden Mary Fair 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to run the annual Lumsden Mary Fair which will have a farming theme this year. The event will be attended by the Lumsden community and people from the surrounding area.
This group will use the funding to engage a support officer and a development officer so that they can carry out more activities in the Perth and Fife area. They will also set up new volunteer led groups for older people aged 70 and over who experience social isolation and loneliness.
Calums Cabin Glasgow Flat (2) 17 Jan 2018
This charity provides accommodation for children with cancer and related diseases, through both holiday homes and where families can stay during a child’s hospital treatment. This award will help the group to furnish a second flat which they have just bought in Glasgow.
Investing in Access (IIA) 26 Feb 2018
This project will allow for the running of a pilot into the development of a Scotland-wide ‘Investing in Access’ quality standard. The pilot will run in Forth Valley and Tayside with the aim of promoting improved accessibility in buildings.
Pathways to Progress 27 Feb 2018
This organisation support people who have experienced or been affected by Childhood Sexual Abuse. This grant will fund the client support team who will work with people when they first contact the service. Through a person centred approach this team will work with survivors of childhood sexual abuse to develop a personal plan to help them improve their resilience, confidence and self-esteem.
This centre will use the grant to deliver a befriending service to young people aged 8 – 18 years of age experiencing difficulties in their lives and living in the North East of Glasgow. Young people will be matched up with a befriender and through weekly activities will build a relationship which will benefit both. The young people will receive support from both paid staff and volunteer befrienders that will be tailored to their individual needs.
Volunteering Development Programme 26 Feb 2018
This group will recruit a Volunteer Management Coordinator who will create a volunteer development programme for the group’s 158 volunteers. The new programme will cover all aspects of managing the group’s volunteers such recruitment, supervision, training and advocacy; with the aim of providing volunteers with necessary skills and a support network.
Consistency of care and prevention of isolation 30 Oct 2017
This group will use the funding to deliver support groups across Scotland for people with Myasthenia Gravis, their family members and their carers. As well as running four established support groups in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dumfries, and Aberdeen, it will also set up 10 community outreach groups to enable more people with myasthenia to access provide peer support, advice, counselling, and social activities.
Be Connected 15 Sep 2017
This organisation provides learning opportunities and accredited ICT training for individuals, business and other groups in the North East of Scotland. This project will provide a variety of basic but tailored IT training in order to promote skills development and social inclusion.
Family Support Service 23 Aug 2017
This group will use the grant to continue and develop their existing Family Support Service with a dedicated family support worker and manager providing tailored support to families, including carers, who are struggling to cope with the impact of a family member having poor mental health.
Hope for Autism : A bespoke facility 31 May 2017
This funding will help the group explore the idea of re-developing their building or investigate alternative premises to allow them to deliver new programmes and accommodate more people.
This group rescue, repair and restore historical buildings at risk across Glasgow, they also deliver the city’s annual Doors Open Day event. The group will use the funding to increase the accessibility of this year’s Doors Open Day event, including printing the event’s brochure in Braille and in two additional languages, as well as providing BSL interpretation during tours and guided walks.