- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 08 Feb 2001
- Latest award date
- 06 Jan 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Action For Children (Scotland) 20 Aug 2018
To support our Young carers, their families and our staff to meet the requirements of the Carers Act for Young Carers and meet the outcomes for Young carers, we would like to purchase 3 Microsoft Surface Laptops and the required software internet access to allow our Young carers to complete their Young carers Statements within our project and in the community. (we want to design a Suite where YC and staff can complete and process the YCS) The laptops would also allow our Young carers to access and investigate potential short break availability and allow them to apply for short break support while at our project. We would also like to purchase the required software to ensure confidentiality as well as the ability to record the statistics needed for the Scottish Government, in a safe and secure way. The larger part of our funding relates to us getting a project website built specifically around the carers Act and the requirements around the young carers statement. This would allow us to communicate with existing and potential Young carers around the Carers Act. It will allow us to arrange assessments, referral processing and update the public in NL on the Young carers part of the act. We would be able to provide information on the act as well as being able to communicate with potential Young carers and their families. This would be a secure site with limited capabilities. The site would be designed to require minimal upkeep and staff (existing admin) would be guided on this by Skylark Technology.
Scottish Womens Hospital WW1 Remembrance
Restoration of Holy Trinity and All Saints Church Roof
This group from Coatbridge provide social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will allow the group to organise a short break for members, providing them with the opportunity to broaden their social horizons and increase their confidence and self esteem. The grant will be used to fund a dancing holiday in Blackpool for 49 people.
This group from Cumbernauld provides opportunities for older people to participate in sporting and social activities. Grant will allow the group to provide a programme of events, engaging members in new cultural and social experiences.
This group from Motherwell provide emotional and practical support to people who are affected by crime. The grant will allow the group to replace outdated IT equipment in their area offices, helping to record and present information more effectively and provide a better standard of service to victims of crime. The grant will be used to purchase 4 computers, 4 printers, a laptop computer and fund powerpoint training.
This group from Shotts provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. Grant will be used to create a library corner to develop the children's reading skills and imagination. Grant will be used to purchase book library, floor cushions, soft reading corner and room dividers.
This group from Glenboig provide a play scheme for children during school holidays. Grant will be used to provide team-working and confidence building training for play leaders, and organise outings and art activities for the children. Grant will be used to fund sessional play-leaders' fees, leaders training weekend, bus hire and arts/crafts materials.
This group from Glenboig manage and maintain a community base, which provides educational, social and recreational opportunities for local residents. Grant will be used to develop a club for primary school children which offers a wide range of activities. Grant will be used to fund sessional youth leaders, activity costs and transport costs.
This group promotes the sport of angling for all age groups and abilities and in particular provides facilities for disabled anglers by providing a specially adapted boat. The grant will enable the group to have a steel jetty constructed along with two floating pontoons and a wave-boom all of which will facilitate the safe access of disabled anglers onto the boat. Steel jetty, two floating pontoons and a wave boom.
Heroes Return 12 Jul 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Lanarkshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year._x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran._x000B_