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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 29 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Creative Citizens 23 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to deliver a theatre and creative arts project to engage marginalised people who are in recovery from addiction. Creative arts workshops/productions will be used to develop people’s strengths and promote the valuable contribution they can make to their local communities. Four main events will be produced in Glasgow and will be delivered in partnership with Turning Point Scotland and Addaction.
Never too late to learn something new 20 Dec 2017
This group will develop their existing service which focuses on giving older people in care homes and day centres across Glasgow the chance to learn another language. The project will target older people affected by or at risk of Dementia and those who are experiencing isolation or loneliness. The sessions, which will include music, touch, scent, feel and taste, will be delivered by a team of trained volunteers.
This group will use the grant to continue and to develop their befriending programme for older people. The activity aims to match people over the age of 65 with a befriender helping them to reduce feeling of isolation and loneliness. The organisation will also provide telephone befriending, and social activities such as lunches that allow groups of people to come together and enjoy each other’s company.
This project will build on the group's current befriending programme by providing training on cultural awareness and language teaching skills (for the befrienders). The project will also develop their online Glasgow Guide into a hard copy to be distributed around local council facilities.
This group provide information, support and services to people living with acquired brain injury. The group will use the funding for an art project to explore the impacts of acquired brain injury.
First Steps Support for the Future 04 Dec 2017
This group work with young people with additional support needs or mental health problems who are unable to engage with other support. They will receive support and guidance with the aims of building confidence, managing stress and working as a team.
The Glasgow Wood Recycling Project 20 Dec 2017
This group will use its three year grant to work with men who experience loneliness and isolation. They will provide one-to-one support and a range of educational and personal development activities including woodworking courses, confidence and team building events, advice and training. This will help the men who get involved to become better connected and socially involved in their community, and more confident in accessing support and positive opportunities.
Active East 28 Nov 2017
This group will use the funding to deliver its Active East programme for young people aged between 16–24 years old who are disengaged from education, employment or training. The programme will use physical activity as a hook to get young people involved in youth work, sport and community activity in Glasgow’s East End. They will then support the young people in achieving life goals and reaching positive destinations.
Reidvale Youth Hub 23 May 2017
This centre offers various community services, activities and events for people of all ages. The funding will allow the centre to deliver a new Junior Hub programme and a Holiday programme in 2017/2018.