- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 13 Oct 2004
- Latest award date
- 08 Aug 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Coaching for Life 13 Oct 2010
This project provides young people leaving residential care in Wiltshire with access to a life coach to support them in their transition to independent living, improve educational attainment and coordinate support from designated support services. The project offers care leavers their own life coach who will work with them to establish an achievable pathway to independent life. The young people will follow their own personal development plans to build the confidence and skills to become independent.
This organisation will run indepen-dance classes for 15-20 of their clients interested in perusing a gentle form of physical exercise. This grant will fund the coaching fee's for 23 weeks of indepen-dance classes.
Coaching for Life 18 May 2016
This project will work with young people aged 16-25 who are in care, leaving care or with previous experience of care in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Renfrewshire and Falkirk. Using professional life coaches the project will provide practical knowledge, advocacy, emotional support, and developmental group work to build self-confidence.
Epilepsy Fieldwork 19 May 2016
This project will develop the organisation's community based support service for people with epilepsy and their carersâ€™, and expand the project beyond Grampian and Fife into Highland and Tayside. It will support carers to cope better and feel more supported as they care for a person with epilepsy.
Quarriers Early Years Early Intervention Project 11 Dec 2013
This project will support 110 vulnerable children and their parents/carers in the North East of Glasgow. It will help parents to improve their parenting skills and relationships with their children, and to better cope with the multiple challenges that they and their family face. It will also provide a holistic programme of childcare and parenting support, extending the provision of additional nursery places for vulnerable children aged 0-3 at Quarriers' Family Resource Centre in Ruchazie.
Practice Development Nurse 30 Nov 2016
Quarriers will develop a new Practice Development Nurse position to disseminate the sector-leading expertise of the William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre, raising epilepsy awareness and expertise among a national network of health and social care professionals and promoting self-management for people with epilepsy.
PDI-15/81 02 Apr 2015
to support the salaries and running costs for children and young people within the recovery family support hub, conditional upon written confirmation of how the family therapy will incorporate local partners
Grant to Quarriers 28 Feb 2019
525 nursery age children who need extra support in the transition from nursery to primary school will access group work and 1:1 support across 13 nurseries in Glasgow. They will have improved emotional intelligence, educational attainment and friendships.
Grant to Quarriers 08 Aug 2019
84 children and young people from North Glasgow who are in kinship care will take part in weekend trips, community-based workshops and peer mentoring. They will have more confidence, make healthier choices and feel less isolated.
Maternal Mental Health (working title) 28 Sep 2016
North East Glasgow contains some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the UK. Suicide levels are 50% above and mental health drug and alcohol related deaths are 180% above the Scottish averages. The Ruchazie Family Centre provides a wide range of family support including a postnatal group. The grant will allow the perinatal mental health support service, which now has a waiting list, to be expanded to also provide individual antenatal support to women experiencing anxiety or depression as well as funding specialist counselling and increased individual support. As a result, women will experience reduced mental distress and isolation and will bond better with their babies.