- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Activities Officer 29 Nov 2017
Appointment of Activities Officer to design a programme of stimulating activities for elderly clients the majority of whom have dementia. The programme will ensure the best quality of life for clients through the promotion of social interaction and life skills.
Sidestep Child Sexual Exploitation 29 Nov 2017
Development of a pilot programme which demonstrates interventions with 4-6 young people at risk/affected by CSE. Establishing volume/scale within geographic pockets in Glasgow and introducing interventions/evaluating impact . They will establish need/effectiveness of educating and raising awareness of CSE within targeted communities, using key features of the existing Sidestep model.
Investigating the causes of dementia 31 May 2017
Led by Professor Karen Horsburgh, University of Edinburgh, this PhD student will join others at the Scotland Doctoral Training Centre, to investigate the effects of reduced blood flow to the brain in dementia looking specifically at immune cells and whether they contribute to damage that leads to dementia.
Scotland Doctoral Training Centre PhD Extensions 29 Nov 2017
Funding for a PhD student extension programme at the Scotland Doctoral Training Centre. The extensions will allow PhD students to complete additional research and outputs including published papers, presentations and attendance at conferences. Alzheimer's Society will invite applications and assess the proposals from current PhD students and evaluate the success of the programme. If appropriate offer for two years to accommodate a maximum of eight PhD students across the Doctoral Training Centre in Scotland.
Angus Special Playscheme 29 Nov 2017
Provision of fun and educational activities during school holidays for children aged 5-18 with additional support needs involving learning difficulties. Three age-related schemes plus one for complex needs involving one to one support, one for behavioural issues demanding small group. Specialist visitors and go out to local places of interest.
TESSA LD 29 Nov 2017
This Project provides one to one support and prevention work to vulnerable young people within the Learning Support Units at Dunoon and Lochgilphead Secondary Schools.
The Creative Team 29 Nov 2017
The Creative Team projects empower individuals with autism and their families to imaginatively articulate their lived experience. The projects create an environment where they take a lead role in sharing their experience to better the lives of others.
Merger: Edinburgh Pilot 29 Nov 2017
Art Room and Place2BE are merging. Both charities are UK wide and have a shared aim of improving the mental wellbeing of vulnerable children using school-based interventions looking to integrate ways of working and beta-test a new model in Edinburgh from January 2018, prior to rolling out a joint programme across Scotland, England and Wales.
The Art Room (Wester Hailes Education Centre) 29 Nov 2017
Provide therapeutic support through art to vulnerable children in Edinburgh many of whom are experiencing abuse and neglect. Based within schools and work closely with other support services and the local community, seeking to build children’s capacity to develop healthy relationships and increase their self-worth and confidence.
Bealach House Day Care Centre 31 May 2017
Funding towards the overall running costs of one of the organisation’s most important resources – Bealach House Day Care Centre operating a comprehensive service around the specific requirements of each service user, led by staff who have been trained in dementia care.
The club reflects the concerns shown in various Government reports which noted a lack of physical activity, social isolation and low skill levels especially in healthy eating which contribute to the significantly poorer. Looking to increase physical activities and develop independence along with “healthy eating choices” and skills for life.
Borders Talking Newspapers 31 May 2017
Free weekly audio recordings of local news made by volunteers and posted to people with visual impairment and anyone else who can't manage print due to permanent or temporary disability.
Caberfeidh Horizons 29 Nov 2017
Caberfeidh Horizons is a well established social enterprise, developing and delivering programmes of activities and training for young people and adults with learning disabilities/additional support needs. Seeking out and supporting people who are disadvantaged and whose needs are not met by mainstream government resources.
Creating four new canine partnerships in 2017 31 May 2017
There are currently four individuals, who suffer from neurological conditions and will therefore be matched with a canine partner this year. This project focuses on assessing each individual and training them on how to work with and care for their canine partner.
Providing an individual therapy/support programme for children and young people with a neurological condition. The minimum 12 week programme will be based on the needs of each individual and may include aromatherapy massage, reiki, reflexology, stress management, relaxation and counselling
Develop two interactive tools to aid understanding reduced visual attention, and contribute towards key costs enabling reaching to more people across Scotland
Seeking funds to repair and rebuild their dedicated Land Rover Defender Ambulance, central to its life-saving work with live-stranded whales and dolphins in northeast Scotland. The vehicle is now 13 years old and extensive salt corrosion and resulted in urgent mechanical and structural work at this time, as well as the addition of new search lights, towing accessories and a veterinary box trailer.
Support for Families in Scotland Affected by Rb 31 May 2017
Providing support for families in Scotland affected by the childhood eye cancer retinoblastoma, and driving faster future diagnosis by increasing awareness of the condition. Most children affected by Rb lose at least one eye and nearly all are left with lifelong significant visual impairment as a result of the treatment.
Let’s Get Children in Care Cooking in Scotland 31 May 2017
This two-year activity will support the welfare of children under the age of eighteen who have experienced or are experiencing challenging circumstances. Empowering them to develop skills for life and make informed decisions that will have a real benefit to their health, wellbeing and confidence.
Trauma Informed Family Support 31 May 2017
Working with children and their families living in the south side of Glasgow who are experiencing multiple challenges that if left to escalate are putting the welfare of children at risk preventing children from experiencing abuse/neglect and helping children and their families who have experienced abuse to recover.