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- 15 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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This project will build on the group’s current once-weekly canal boat based activity for people in recovery with addiction history and associated mental health problems. The activity will be delivered in Edinburgh, Falkirk and other locations in West Lothian and the Forth Valley. The grant will enable the purchase of a custom equipped wide beam, accessible, canal boat capable of serving 35 people at a time that will be used on a daily basis to meet a need for 'post-treatment' recovery support.
Game On 04 Dec 2017
This group will use the funding to offer a weekly youth club for 11 to 18 year olds interested in computer games, coding and technology. The programme will include group activities and outings to develop social and communication skills.
Polish Ethnic Minority Peer Support 04 Dec 2017
This group will roll out a peer support service for Polish people living in Edinburgh after a successful 6 month pilot. The grant will fund a peer support co-ordinator to match individuals needing support to volunteers who have experienced similar circumstances and issues.
Eat Well, Age Well - Scotland's Malnutrition Task Force
Creative Natives 20 Dec 2017
This group will use its two year grant to run their 'Creative Natives' programme in partnership with Edinburgh Cyrenians. This will allow young people who have left school but are unemployed, and who have a background in care or have been affected by homelessness, to participate in a range of creative activities, such as print and web design, campaigning, social media and e-commerce. The creative process will be used to improve the lives of the young people involved and help them to learn new skills.
The Ripple Buddies Project 19 Jun 2017
This group will use their funding to deliver and develop their existing Ripple Buddies Project. This child peer mentoring project helps build positive relationships between children and young people who are experiencing challenging situations at home or school. The project assigns children a Buddy as a mentor and‘someone to trust and talk to, together with a range of activities based on the children’s interests.
Empowering Parents and Families in Edinburgh 23 May 2017
This charity based in Edinburgh support children and families through a number of initiatives including group support, a free helpline, a kinship care service and a national Safeguarders Panel. The project will provide group support to young parents and parents with pre-5 children in Edinburgh.
Suicide Prevention Project Heriot Watt 08 Nov 2017
This project based in Edinburgh will train staff and students to deliver mental health awareness workshops and run a suicide prevention programme.
Many people coming to Columcille suffer from deteriorating health and mobility due to increasing age and profound multiple disabilities/neurological conditions. A minibus with wheelchair lift giving greater accessibility has been recently purchased. Funding is needed towards the 3-year running costs of the minibus to provide free, safe and reliable transport.
World Down Syndrome Congress 27 Sep 2017
Down's Syndrome Scotland will host the World Down Syndrome Congress in Glasgow's SECC in July 2018. A contribution towards a bursary to fully fund the cost of between 16 to 20 Scottish families attendance at this international event.
In the Frame – Audio Described Exhibition Tours 29 Nov 2017
In the Frame is a programme enabling people with disabilities including hearing or visual impairment to access contemporary art. This programme will include an annual event for Disabled Access Day in March, a collaborative audio described exhibition tour during Edinburgh Arts Festival in August, and audio described exhibition tour in January of each year.
Garvald Edinburgh Refurbishment Project 29 Nov 2017
Gorgie Workshops are being refurbished to ensure that adults with learning disabilities have access to an environment where they can grow in confidence, skills and self-esteem. Upgrading the buildings accessibility facilities will benefit current, and new members, who have mobility and more complex needs.
GYC Youth Counselling Service 31 May 2017
A youth counselling service for young people aged 11-18 years living in a recognised area of socio-economic deprivation, looking to address the cycle of violence, neglect and abuse suffered.
Extra Years of Zest 31 May 2017
Bringing Extra Years of Zest to 110 people with dementia and their carers to improve sense of being, quality of life, to live longer at home, reduce isolation and loneliness, and provide replacement care for carers to see to their own needs and well-being and to maintain their health.
ROSA - Reducing Online Sexual Abuse 27 Sep 2017
A secondary prevention model for young people who are starting to get into trouble with respect to online behaviour. This will involve embedding a Stop it Now member of staff in the statutory HALT service in Glasgow which works with young people who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour.
Direct Help and Support 31 May 2017
Mindroom is committed to raising awareness about the full range of Learning Difficulties and to enabling parents, carers and professionals to provide the best care and support for children and young people working for a world where everyone with a learning difficulty gets the recognition and help they need.