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- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2018
- Latest award date
- 26 Dec 2018
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Young Scot - 2018 29 Nov 2018
A Design Team of young people from more disadvantaged areas will run events and develop campaigns and resources that embed youth loneliness as a key national issue.
Edinburgh Young Carers 18 Dec 2018
• Redeveloping our website in conjunction with young carers- this will involve creating a design specification with young carers; producing design options, website set up and migration to a live server. • Two iPads to be used initially by young carers for the web design project and thereafter for visits to young carers homes as part of the YCS process. • A laptop to be used by project staff • A subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofit Business Premium
Our funding application has two elements: the purchase and implementation of a new CRM system (Charitylog); and, two laptops with SIM's. The CRM system will substantially improve our ability and capacity to capture, analyse and report on information and performance monitoring requirements in a consistent manner across the organisation. We are aware that our current database system is no longer adequate for the amount of recording and reporting required. Based on internal discussions, the functionality we require from a CRM has been identified as follows: • The ability to capture and store information relating to carer beneficiaries across a range of demographic and socio-economic indicators; • The ability to impose 'permissions' to limit access and visibility to those who require it as a function of their role; • The ability to effectively manage all aspects of case work and case recording; • The ability to evidence and measure outcomes for beneficiaries; • The ability to record individual carer participation across a range of activities including carer training, events and groups; • The ability to produce reports and accessible 'dashboards' filtered by one or more criteria as required by internal and external reporting requirements; and, • The ability to remote in when workers are on home visits. The laptops will enable the carer support workers to undertake a range of casework related tasks whilst away from the office. For example, being able to complete benefit application forms whilst on home visits or source information of value to the carer. Where appropriate, staff will also be able to take case notes and directly input into the system, reducing the need to transcribe once back at the office. This will reduce duplication, enhance GDPR compliance and enable staff to be more productive. In preparation for this application, we undertook a digital audit and follow up conversation with SCVO's IT team, attended a digital workshop again run by SCVO and visited Carers of East Lothian to see their CRM system in operation. We also followed up with telephone conversations to other carer organisations currently in the process of implementing CRM's and based on this information, we feel that Charitylog is suited to our needs. Having spoken to Charitylog, we are aware that they have developed a bolt-on module to capture the information required for the Carers' Census and this will be included as part of the package. Ultimately, personnel records and other information relating to governance and operational matters will migrate to the CRM system supporting the organisation to go 'paperless' in the longer term.
Grant to Coastal Producer Organisation Limited 05 Jul 2018
Grant for core funding support for 2018-2019 to enable Coastal Producer's Organisation to represent the interests of _x000D_its member fishermen.
Grant to Church of St Mary Magdalene, Turnastone 05 Dec 2018
Masonry, roof, rainwater goods and other repairs. Grant of £5,000 paid directly to Church Buildings Council
Grant to University of Edinburgh 14 Jun 2018
Merit Award of *** per annum for 5 years made to one fellow at the School of Informatics, under the Wolfson Royal Society Research Merit Awards. Wolfson Foundation contributing *** (50% of total)
YWCA Scotland – The Young Women’s Movement is a feminist organisation that creates transformational spaces to enable young women to lead personal, community and institutional change. YWCA runs safe spaces for young women aged 14 to 30 to participate in thematic activities of personal development, leadership, democracy and parliamentary system. This grant will support the organisation to strengthen the voice and influence of young women in Scotland to reduce gender inequality.
Grant to Dynamic Earth Charitable Trust 29 Nov 2018
Discovering the Deep: A new exploration of Scotland’s historic and natural deep-water marine heritage
First Steps Pilot Project 07 Jun 2018
An integrated Employability Programme of activities designed to meet the needs of hard to reach, young single parents (16-24) living in the Maryhill/Kelvin and Canal Electoral Wards.