- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 26 Dec 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Fife Gingerbread Volunteer Buddy Network 21 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to develop a network of trained and approved Volunteer Buddys throughout Fife to support some of the most vulnerable families and children in their communities. They will create a Fife wide volunteer network and recruit local people to volunteer within the organisation to meet the high demand for those accessing their support services.
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.
New Horizons 23 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to provide support for children and young people (CYP) in East Ayrshire who have experienced bereavement, trauma and loss. Between 25 and 30 CYP aged 11-18 years will engage in one to one support sessions and group work each year to build resilience, capacity to manage and personal growth. Between 40 to 60 parents, carers and professionals will be offered capacity building development each year to build an understanding of how to support CYP who engage in activities.
North East Together 26 Mar 2018
This group will, over five years, use the funding to re align family support services ensuring families are provided with direct and targeted support at the time they require it and by the correct service. They will achieve this through a fundamental system change at the point of interface between social work, third sector, education and health and will place families at the centre of the process so that they become more empowered to take control of their lives.
Messy Church and Holiday Club 26 Feb 2018
The grant will fund a five day summer holiday activity club and six afternoon Messy Church community events for children and young families within the local community of Motherwell.
Going forward - Drop In Cafe Cumbernauld 26 Feb 2018
The grant will fund a drop in cafe providing social support to isolated and vulnerable adults in Cumbernauld. The project also provides a range of health promoting activities such as dance, board games and arts and crafts.
Dyce Primary School Football Development Project 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to develop an after school football programme in partnership with two community football clubs to provide a competitive pathway for pupils.
The North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival 2018 26 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to run the North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival 2018. The event will bring the local community and visiting volunteers together to celebrate the rare breed seaweed eating sheep that are kept on the island. They will also rebuild the sheepdyke that encircles the island.