- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 1997
- Latest award date
- 29 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
FARE D of E Programme 30 Jan 2018
This group deliver various family activities to support people in the East End of Glasgow. This project will enable the group to buy a range of outdoor and camping equipment which will enable young people to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.
GEAAP's Family links Counsellor 19 Jun 2017
This group supports people and their families where relationships have broken down due to alcohol addiction. The project will employ a Family Links worker who will support and encourage families to rebuild relationships and make positive changes by bringing families together for counselling sessions in a safe, facilitated environment. The project will support 150 people and 15 volunteers in North East Glasgow over three years.
GEAAP's Peer Mentoring Service 26 Mar 2018
This charity will use the funding to continue their peer mentoring services, supporting people from the north east of Glasgow in the early stages of alcohol addiction recovery, enabling them to access services and treatment.
Alliance For Action 21 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to further develop their Alliance for Action programme to engage with local communities over 3 years. Facilitators will work with local people and stakeholders in each of the communities to identify local priorities and need, and then support them to address these. This approach will strengthen community resilience by encouraging connections and joint work between local people, places, partners and assets.
Pollokshaws Area Network 22 Sep 2017
This group will use the funding to bring the community together through a variety of activities to build capacity, develop new skills, and improve health and wellbeing. Activities will be based in Pollokshaws Community Hub and Garden. The organisation currently run regular activities including: a community choir, exercise classes, yoga, coffee and chat, needlecraft and a community garden.
This school who are based in Glasgow will undertake a gardening project for Primary 6 aged pupils.
This group will continue its Mind Waves online mental health self-management project in Glasgow. People with mental health issues will become volunteer community correspondents and will update the Mind Waves website and twitter account. The volunteers will receive support and training through bespoke sessions and open workshops in IT, digital skills and writing. Alongside its 18 current correspondents in Greater Glasgow it will establish groups in two new areas of Scotland.
This project, based in the West End of Glasgow, will provide a series of community events to promote the newly opened ‘Woodlands Workspace’. The activities will be spread over a six month period and will be free to access.
People working together to make change happen 23 Jan 2018
The group will be able to expand the range of support programmes they offer to young people aged between 11 and 19 years of age in North West Glasgow. The range of activities are designed to positively impact on their health, wellbeing and to allow them to integrate more fully into their communities. They will also be helped to make the transition from primary to secondary school and onwards towards further education, training or employment.
Story-led Play Programme: Closing the Attainment Gap
This group rescue, repair and restore historical buildings at risk across Glasgow, they also deliver the city’s annual Doors Open Day event. The group will use the funding to increase the accessibility of this year’s Doors Open Day event, including printing the event’s brochure in Braille and in two additional languages, as well as providing BSL interpretation during tours and guided walks.
Local Voices - Refugee Health & Wellbeing 15 Sep 2017
This project will enable the group to deliver a six week programme in Renfrewshire and North Lanarkshire to raise awareness of mental health issues within the refugee community.
Beatroute Arts 21 Feb 2018
This group will use the funding to bring their community together through a variety of activities including; youth groups - music sessions, photography, gardening, cookery, computer programming, yoga classes for older people, a social group for adults with additional support needs, music therapy for young people with complex support needs, and outreach work with local primary schools. A music studio will also be available for community members to access at the weekend.
But, where are you really from? 17 Jan 2018
This group will develop a play which will be performed at the ACTA-REACT festival in Bristol . The play will be developed by members of the group who have or are currently experiencing migration, working with the wider community and with the Citizens Theatre.
Our Refurbishment Journey 26 Mar 2018
This group will deliver a programme of tailored activities designed to improve the life skills of young people in Glasgow. The group have recently moved to a new premises and funding will make the facility more welcoming for users by providing a number of improvements.
Never too late to learn something new 20 Dec 2017
This group will develop their existing service which focuses on giving older people in care homes and day centres across Glasgow the chance to learn another language. The project will target older people affected by or at risk of Dementia and those who are experiencing isolation or loneliness. The sessions, which will include music, touch, scent, feel and taste, will be delivered by a team of trained volunteers.
Maslow's Moving Up 30 Jan 2018
This organisation, based in Govan, will increase access to employment and volunteering at their community shop. The project will benefit refugees, asylum seekers, and others experiencing hardship.
This group promote integration between different cultures, the project will allow the group to provide a programme of social and sports activities.
Towards transport for children to visit a parent in prison..
Towards the salary of the Allotment Workshop Leader for the “Grow and Learn” project in Pollockshields.