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- Earliest award date
- 19 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
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Grant to Glasgow Sculpture Studios Ltd 01 Mar 2017
Towards an engagement curator post and programme costs to further develop Glasgow Sculpture Studios as a resource for the participation, learning and training of local communities.
With Charter Fund support we will open a new “come and try” service in Coatbridge, incorporating a demonstration of readily available digital technology which helps people live happy, independent, safe lives in their own homes Members of the Loretto Care team are/will be trained as demonstrators of this technology, forming part of a team of volunteers (Digital Champions). People will be able to book training, delivered by a trained demonstrator, showing and advising them as they try the technology and build their skills in its application and use. Training sessions will be personalised, short (up to 2 hours, often less), focused and specific to individual needs and wants – e.g. people can use their own equipment (e.g. ipads). Return visits will be encouraged This approach has been developed from experience gained through a similar project in the South side of Glasgow (The 415 project), which has delivered training to around 1500 individuals. 98.5% of participants rated the experience excellent or very good.
Royston Community Centre 09 Mar 2017
To develop a new flexible multi-functional community facility in Roystonhill which will act as a hub for local activities and services. The building, which will incorporate the sandstone frontage of the existing Rainbow Hall, will provide a shop, cafÃ©, a main hall that can be subdivided, a kitchen, reception area, two meeting rooms and an interview room.
Educate to empower; Fragile X Syndrome resources and training.
Moogety Foods Ltd 27 Mar 2017
This programme aims to bring the community together through a variety of activities which focus on growing, cooking and eating healthy food. The organisation currently runs a food hub, greengrocers and two community gardens from which local people can learn about and share healthy food. A micro bakery will be established providing further opportunities for people to come together for volunteering and learning.