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Grants Case Studies

 Polish Cultural Festival Association

Polish Cultural Festival Association

Thu 08 Feb 2018

For 11 days in October 2017, Summerhall, played host to Kite and Trumpet, a cultural festival of Polish design for children. Both young and old came together to participate in workshops, admire illustrated Polish Books, play games crafted in Poland and be inspired by fantastic theatre performances. The event provided a great opportunity for local families to take part in fun, cultural activities whilst providing a platform for artists from the Polish community to showcase their work, network and create links between Polish and Scottish artists....

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The Larder

The Larder

Fri 17 Nov 2017

In early 2017, The received a grant of £45K over three years from the David and Averil MacDonald Trust to help cover the cost of employing a full-time manager who would focus on the development of hospitality training opportunities and work experience for young people. Since receiving the grant; the Larder have seen an increase in sales, delivered to more young people and increase the number of venues that they work from. ...

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Mentor Scotland

Mentor Scotland

Thu 01 Jun 2017

Mentor Scotland works to protect children and young people from the risks of alcohol and drugs. By supporting young people, parents, carers and youth groups, they hope to improve children's knowledge, life skills and self-confidence to make wise decisions. ...

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Space Unlimited

Space Unlimited

Fri 07 Apr 2017

How can young people play an active role in reducing alcohol-related harm in Port Glasgow? This was the question posed by Space Unlimited, whose innovative project, Port Glasgow Youth-led Solutions, aimed to incorporate the ideas and views of young people, helping combat the detrimental effects of alcohol misuse in the Inverclyde area...

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Dads Work: Green Fingered Dads Making a Difference

Dads Work: Green Fingered Dads Making a Difference

Mon 27 Feb 2017

Dads Work, a community project in East Lothian provides support for vulnerable fathers and their children. It recognises that in the modern world, traditional family roles have changed, with the primary carer no longer being exclusively female and aims to redress the current imbalance of provision where the majority of support focuses on mothers/female carers....

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Adventure Centre for Education

Adventure Centre for Education

Tue 24 Jan 2017

ACE was established as an independent charity/social enterprise 6 years ago in response to a demand for outdoor activities. The centre has developed a wide programme of outdoor activities creating opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to participate in adventure sports. ...

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Betty and Roy Ure Memorial Fund

Betty and Roy Ure Memorial Fund

Wed 30 Nov 2016

The Betty and Roy Ure Memorial Fund supports community projects and charities the length and breadth of Arran to the tune of £20,000 each year – a real lifeline strengthening the fabric of her beloved community. ...

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Bridgend Bowling Club

Bridgend Bowling Club

Tue 09 Aug 2016

Bridgend Bowling Club is a small club on Islay, with big ideas. With an elderly membership of consisting of 25 people, a key priority for the Club is to attract new members, whilst increasing the opportunities for people to play bowls. One of the first steps has been the installation of boarding around the bowling green. The board allows safe access to the green for those with limited mobility, as well as providing a safety barrier for both players and spectators....

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Borders Youth Theatre

Borders Youth Theatre

Thu 24 Sep 2015

The grant from Foundation Scotland, through the BT Fund, contributed towards running a summer drama programme. The money was used to contract a choreographer for five days, a ‘chorus master’ for three days, a musician for final rehearsals and performances, and it paid for the hire of microphones so that performers could be heard outside. The grant also allowed the organisation to subsidise some of the participants who found it difficult to pay the fees....

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CKUK Common Knowledge

CKUK Common Knowledge

Mon 16 Mar 2015

In 2014, CKUK was awarded £2000 via the Baillie Gifford Community Awards Fund towards a summer trip to Ardentinny Outdoor Activity Centre for ten young people with learning difficulties....

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