Spirit of Ruchill and Possilpark

Background

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Spirit of Ruchill/Possilpark was part of Spirit of 2012’s Glasgow Commonwealth Games legacy programme Fourteen, providing an investment of £250,000 into the community. The programme operated from January 2015 through to June 2018. 

From it's inception, a Panel of local people have overseen the design and distribution of the resource budget informed by the ideas and aspirations of community groups and local people.

In 2018 the Spirit of Ruchill and Possilpark Community Panel secured addtional funding from private and public donors to continue the community-led grant-making programme. 

In early 2018, the Spirit of Ruchill/Possilpark Panel commissioned Media Co-op to create the below video to celebrate and promote the achievements of the Fourteen programme and the ambition to continue this approach. 

 

Making A Difference

In this next phase 19/20 the Spirit of Ruchill and Possilpark Panel plan to:

  • Invest in reducing elderly isolation in Possilpark and Ruchill

Please visit the Spirit of Ruchill/Possilpark facebook for up to date information. 

Spirit of Ruchill/Possilpark will support and promote local people to share and celebrate their skills, experience and knowledge and demonstrate their energy and commitment to lead change and development in their communities. It will do this by providing opportunities for people to share ideas, be heard and take action to make a difference to their community.

If you have a question about the Spirit of Ruchill and Possilpark please contact Eimear Cassidy at eimear@foundationscotland.org.uk 

Timescales

Applications are open to constituted groups for projects working in Ruchill and/or Possilpark that are aiming to reduce elderly isolation. You can find the application form on the top left corner of this page.

 

How to Apply

If you are a constituted group that provides actvities for people from Ruchill and/or Possilpark and are looking to undertake a project that would reduce elderly isolation, then we might be able to support you!  

You can download the application form here.

 

Grants

Latest Grants

St Matthew's Centre

  • To contribute to the cost of running the Community Kitchen project.
  • Amount awarded: £2,964.62

Possobilities

  • To fund a monthly community film night.
  • Amount awarded: £2,193.62

Queens Cross Housing Association

  • To fund an event celebrating the organisation's volunteers.
  • Amount awarded: £1,500

Clay Community Church

  • To employ a Project Coordinator for 10 hours a week to help develop new enterprises.
  • Amount awarded: £1,920

Achieve More! Scotland

  • To fund gymnastics coaching, equipment and costumes to enable the group to put on a gymnastics floor show.
  • Amount awarded: £515

Westercommon Star Football Club

  • To fund pitch hire, coaching and referees for the season.
  • Amount awarded: £3,000

BOOM! Community Arts

  • To deliver 3 10-week "Still Scribbling" community art workshops.
  • Amount awarded: £484

Concrete Garden

  • To run outdoor play sessions for children aged 9 years and up.
  • Amount awarded: £1,952.50

Glasgow Canal Co-op Ltd

  • To contribute to the cost of activities at the Glasgow Canal Festival 2019.
  • Amount awarded: £394

Highballs Low CIC

  • To deliver 200-300 physical activity sessions in Ruchill/Possilpark.
  • Amount awarded: £606
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