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- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 29 Jul 2019
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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
This group, based in Glasgow, will provide computer training opportunities for people to help improve confidence and increase skills.
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.
This charity will deliver antenatal sessions for expectant parents of multiple births across Scotland. This advice will be provided by a qualified midwife.
Person to Person (P2P) 17 May 2017
This project will create opportunities for autistic people to make friends and socialise. NAS will use the funding to support 250 adults over the age of 26 who are on the autistic spectrum, they will also recruit 50 volunteers. The project will be delivered via a combination of face to face mentoring, e-befriending, telephone support and regular coffee clubs. Another element and long term goal is to see the autistic adults take ownership of more elements of the project.
This group will support young adult male asylum seekers and refugees experiencing high levels of isolation in Glasgow through the provision of activities that support the development of social networks, skills development, confidence building and orientation in Glasgow. The project will offer weekly group sessions, events and excursions.
Riverside Hall 23 Oct 2017
This proposal will allow the group to develop and expand its current community garden for local people living in and around the Govan area of Glasgow. The group will also train local members of the community to grow their own fruit and vegetables with the eventual goal of becoming self-sufficient and assisting with issues of food poverty in the area. To do this they will continue employing a sessional gardener, expand the garden growing area, build a large decking area and plan a calendar of garden events.
Outings for deaf children & their families 23 May 2017
This group aim to improve the lives of deaf children in Scotland especially those from ethnic minority backgrounds. The funding will be used to organise three day trips during the summer holidays for deaf children and their families and a family fun day in October.
State Infected Review Engagement Network (SIREN) 23 May 2017
This group offer peer to peer support to people who have Hepatitis C. The funding will be used to deliver an 8 month programme of networking and information sessions across Scotland.
This group will use the funding to support vulnerable families and help improve their lives by offering positive, practical and emotional support. Children aged 0 – 3 years will be provided with 2 – 12 hours free childcare so that their parents will be able to attend meetings and appointments with GPs and support workers, or spend time with other siblings. The aspiration is that parents will take responsibility and engage in their own learning and development and that of their family.
Discovering our Scotland 26 Feb 2018
This school will take their pupils on educational visits which will enable them to learn about Scotland and develop their communication skills outwith with the classroom setting.
This group provides after school and holiday activities for 64 children aged between five and 12 years old. The funding will be used to engage Grub4life dietitians to deliver a weekend training course to enable a group of staff, parents and older children to become Food and Nutrition Ambassadors.
Creative Citizens 23 Mar 2018
This group will use funding to deliver a theatre and creative arts project to engage marginalised people who are in recovery from addiction. Creative arts workshops/productions will be used to develop people’s strengths and promote the valuable contribution they can make to their local communities. Four main events will be produced in Glasgow and will be delivered in partnership with Turning Point Scotland and Addaction.
This company will use the funding to support a diverse range of isolated and lonely people facing challenging circumstances in Glasgow by setting up a drop-in drama group called the ‘Community Collective’. The Collective will meet once a week, and will be supported by a community drama director and a community drama artist. The group will also get involved in community events such as the Gorbals Fair, Glasgow's Style Mile Parade and the Merchant City Festival.