- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 06 Aug 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Grant to 3D Drumchapel 02 May 2017
over three years as continuation funding towards the salary and associated costs of a dad's development worker at a charity supporting families in inner-city Glasgow
Breaking New Ground – Short Breaks & Respitality 25 Jun 2017
This group will expand on an existing pilot ('Wee Breaks Midlothian'), providing short breaks and other respite opportunities to carers in Edinburgh and the Lothians. It will establish a 'Short Breaks and Respitality Hub', which will be an online resource accessible to carers, professionals and projects supporting carers in the Lothians. It will work with around 3,000 people over five years.
This group, based in Glasgow, will provide computer training opportunities for people to help improve confidence and increase skills.
Creative Express 08 Nov 2017
This group will deliver a 40 week programme of creative arts sessions for young people. This will support health and wellbeing by creating a safe space where small groups of young people can express their thoughts and feelings through the use of various mediums.
Cumnock Christmas Festival 2017 08 Nov 2017
This charity will work in partnership with local organisations to build on the success of Cumnock Christmas Festival 2016 by delivering a community family event in Cumnock town centre on 24th November 2017.
Parklead Facilities Feasibility Study 26 Mar 2018
This group use horticulture to deliver training and supported employment to people with learning or physical disabilities from their Port Glasgow site. This project will enable the group to carry out a feasibility study that will consider the regeneration of their premises.
The Open Arms Project 14 Dec 2017
This group will use its three year grant to deliver their 'Open Arms' project. The project will provide outreach to engage with 950 vulnerable minority ethnic women in Edinburgh who are experiencing isolation and face multiple barriers to full participation in social and civic life. This will help the women involved to address mental health issues and also develop confidence, skills and friendships, building their independence.
Inclusion as Prevention 26 Mar 2018
This joint initiative, led by South Lanarkshire Council, aims to address youth offending by mapping and connecting current services, working together with families, piloting new interventions in Rutherglen and Cambuslang and then rolling them out to the whole local authority.
This project will engage bereaved parents/grandparents from across Scotland in a series of workshops exploring social isolation resulting from child death. Through theatre and storytelling they will use their experiences to produce a play which will then be performed at the International Conference on Stillbirth, SIDS and Baby Survival.