- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 21 Feb 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
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.
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.
Providing educational workshops and an online learning hub for family carers for people with dementia and volunteers. Education will provide them with a better understanding of dementia and therefore allow them to better support those they care for.
ELC Lunch Breaks 31 May 2017
Lunch Breaks weekly programme provides activities for people living with dementia and their carers to enjoy together. The aim of the project is to reduce the isolation often associated with the role of carer and to share enriching activities.
Ambassador Network 29 Nov 2017
The Ambassador Network aims to expand the network of disabled people submitting reviews to Euan’s Guide, promoting the guide as a tool for finding places with good disabled access and encouraging local communities to get involved – with the ultimate aim of improving confidence and choice of accessible places to go
Donkey Welfare 29 Nov 2017
To provide the best possible care for the safety and wellbeing of the donkeys at FRED during the winter months. We would achieve this by a grant to cover feed cost, bedding costs and a sessional worker.
Headway Glasgow (Core Costs) 29 Nov 2017
Core running costs of Headway Glasgow. This would include providing information, support and group activities for people with an acquired brain injury and their carers.
Tweeddale Befriending Project 29 Nov 2017
A volunteer befriending project for 50 children, young people and adults with learning disabilities living in the Scottish Borders, aimed at improving their happiness/mental wellbeing, physical wellbeing, confidence, self-esteem and lifeskills. Respite for 50 family carers will also make family life more sustainable.
Extra Years of Zest 31 May 2017
Bringing Extra Years of Zest to 110 people with dementia and their carers to improve sense of being, quality of life, to live longer at home, reduce isolation and loneliness, and provide replacement care for carers to see to their own needs and well-being and to maintain their health.
The Reason I Jump 21 Feb 2018
Making autism spectrum condition (ASC) more understandable to neurotypical people by creating a piece of site-specific theatre, by and for people with ASC as well as delivering talks and discussions.
Radio Programme - CRPS 31 May 2017
To produce two Airing Pain radio programmes and complementary educational materials on complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). These resources will empower people in Scotland living with CRPS by raising awareness of the treatments and self-management strategies that can help to minimise its impact on everyday life.
Transition Project 29 Nov 2017
Enhancing the current transition service to lower the age to 14 aligning with national recommendations of when transition planning should begin to allow our young people to have robust planning in place supported by autism specialist staff who understand the different needs of each child in planning transitions.
Living with Neurological Conditions 29 Nov 2017
Advancing the knowledge base underpinning the theory and practice of rehabilitation with a particular focus on people living with a neurological condition challenging traditional notions of rehabilitation and undertake research to advance knowledge and understanding of a new concept called ‘UIltrabilitation’.
40 – New Stranraer Lifeboat 21 Feb 2018
This project will provide a new lifeboat to replace Stranraer’s D class inshore lifeboat. The current boat has provided outstanding service, but is now reaching the end of its operational lifetime and will need to be replaced.
Rowan Alba’s Community Alcohol Related Damage Service is open to anyone who has, or is at risk of developing, Alcohol Related Brain Damage. They have a Peer Support Service as part of CARDS, and would like to recruit more volunteers.
Grow & Learn - Transforming Lives 29 Nov 2017
Grow & Learn is The Caley's flagship horticultural education project offering people with complex learning needs and mental health challenges a unique and highly regarded person centred award framework that recognises personal progress and achievement in a garden setting.
Direct Help and Support 31 May 2017
Mindroom is committed to raising awareness about the full range of Learning Difficulties and to enabling parents, carers and professionals to provide the best care and support for children and young people working for a world where everyone with a learning difficulty gets the recognition and help they need.
Personal Safety Courses for the Blind & VI 28 Jun 2017
To design & deliver a Personal Safety & Awareness Course to 200+ Blind and VI individuals. Resulting in them feeling empowered and confident, believing in themselves and their capabilities thus directly impacting on their ability to manage and live a safer, better quality of life ultimately reducing inequality and exclusion.
Concurrent Care 31 May 2017
Babies are placed with specially prepared foster parents, while support is given by our partner social services to help birth parents, who live unsuitably chaotic lifestyles, to be able to parent the child satisfactorily. Throughout the process, the Sheriff Court is aware of the process and disruption to the child is minimised.