- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 10 Nov 2008
- Latest award date
- 25 Mar 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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East Renfrewshire Carers Centre 29 Jul 2019
In the first round of the CATS programme we were part of a consortium application that secured finding for a new management information system. One of the improvements the new system has brought is the ability for staff to access this from out with the office. This has reduced the need for staff to travel back to the office to access and update files, enabling a more productive use of their time. Unfortunately, all of our digital information remains on a server based in the office. I am seeking a small grant to upgrade our operating system to office 365 and to move all relevant files to a secure location on sharepoint/cloud. This would enable staff to access all relevant information and emails remotely and further improve our time management ability. It would also allow us to create secure log in for Board members and would allow them to access Baord papers and other relevant information reducing the need for paper copies.
Moving Maths 14 Jul 2017
Spiltmilk Dance is a professional dance company delivering projects in schools and community settings, and creating and touring performance work nationally. This project will explore a dance and movement-based approach to teaching maths to children aged 4-7 in three Rotherham Primary Schools.
Bonkle Computer Club 30 Mar 2015
Introduction to the various types of computers available with the accent on tablets and notebooks to allow the participants to make an informed choice matched to their requirements. Instruction in the use of these computers and the software available. Initially present members, who are mainly elderly, and either do not have a computer or have an outdated one will be given the chance to try out the various types to guide them in their choice of computer type. This will be followed by instruction in the use of the chosen type. At the end of this period, assessment will be carried out and, on the basis of this, any required changes will be made before recruitment of new members. We already have notebook computers running Windows10 Preview. The grant has allowed the purchase of sufficient iPads and Android tablet computers allowing us to start demonstration/tuition on these. This will be carried out during June 2015 with existing members. A survey will then be taken before further recruitment. The holiday period will, however, delay this.
Strathmore Skills Centre 05 Dec 2014
The Strathmore Skills Centre will offer digital support to a range of older local people, delivered by volunteers through an intergenerational project. In addition to developing motivation and skills for the older people to get online the project will create a sense of team, break down barriers between younger and older people.
Working closely with the local Health Promotions and rehab centre to encourage and support to research beneficiaries conditions via trusted websites. Using an issue which is relevant and important will motivate people to get online. The elements of safety will be at the forefront of the coaching and training due to the types of websites that will be being highlighted.