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|18 Dec 1996||Broomhill Lawn Tennis & Squash Club
Alterations & Improvements to Clubhouse
|17 Dec 1996||The National Youth Choir Of Scotland
Towards the cost of concert equipment, computer and office equipment
|£11,223||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||Sounds Of Progress
Towards the cost of various musical equipment to run workshops and performances for participants with special needs
|£7,754||Scottish Arts Council|
|12 Dec 1996||The Advocacy Project (Scotland) Ltd
The project will support individuals with disabilities to take maximum control by providing advocacy on a one to one basis and the facilitation of self help advocacy groups. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries and training and travel for
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Equality Awareness Trainers In Disability
The organisation will provide training for people with disabilities to enable them to deliver training on disability awareness to other groups. The three year grant will pay for three staff salaries , recruitment costs, office equipment and communication
|12 Dec 1996||Revive MS Support
To improve existing services and increase the range of services the group is able to offer by refurbishing the premises. The one year grant will be used to refurbish an existing building and to pay for professional fees.
|12 Dec 1996||Hayfield Rehabilitation Services With Deaf People Ltd
To improve the organisation's premises to provide expanded training and leisure facilities for deaf adults who have additional disabilities. The one year grant will pay for the refurbishment of the hall and gymnasium.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Association For Mental Health
To develop an information resource for those with mental illness, providing legal advice as well as information about benefits and services. The three year grant will be used to pay for four staff salaries, to purchase office equipment and for office cost
|12 Dec 1996||Glasgow East End Community Carers
To provide a support programme for carers to promote their personal health and increase their self esteem. The three year grant will pay for sessional workers, respite care, training/travel for beneficiaries and office expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Westthorn Community Food Co-op
The group provides fresh produce and advice on healthy eating to elderly and housebound people. The three year grant will pay for the purchase of a delivery van and related running costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Govan Dementia Carers Support Group
The group will provide holiday breaks for the carers of people with dementia. The one year grant will pay for the purchase of a static caravan, equipment, mobility aids, associated office expenses and the costs of producing information.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Institute Of Human Relations
To create a dedicated child psychotherapy centre to work with individuals, families and to provide training and education in mental health issues to relevant groups working in the voluntary and statutory sectors. The one year grant will contribute towards
|12 Dec 1996||Body Positive Strathclyde
To develop a resource centre to provide information and advice about housing, welfare benefits and health issues. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries, production of information, training/travel for staff, volunteers and beneficiaries and
|12 Dec 1996||West of Scotland Regional Equality Council
The organisation will establish a support network for people who have suffered from racial harassment and produce relevant information materials. The two year grant will pay for three staff salaries, fees for sessional workers, office equipment, training/
|12 Dec 1996||Glasgow Chinese Community Health Service
The organisation will evaluate its own Health Project and will use the results to assist in the development of future service provision. This one year grant will fund a worker to carry out the evaluation.
|12 Dec 1996||Community Central Hall
To extend the provision of day care and home support services to elderly and disabled people and their carers. The one year grant will pay for two adapted minibuses, and refurbishment costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Glasgow South East Carers Forum
The group will hold locally based conferences to tackle issues relevant to carers and carers' groups and will use the results to influence future service provision. The one year grant will pay for sessional workers, general administration expenses, transp
|12 Dec 1996||Greater Springburn Stroke Club
To enable members to attend the club and to participate in a range of activities. This three year grant will fund transportation costs, fees for sessional workers and excursions.
|12 Dec 1996||Tag Theatre Company
To raise awareness of asthma among 11 - 13 year olds by producing and distributing an information pack to accompany the company's health education drama project. This one year grant will fund the costs of producing the pack.
|12 Dec 1996||CSV
The group produces and distributes a talking newspaper for the blind and partially sighted. This one year grant will fund replacement of recording and tape duplicating equipment and adminstrative costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Prince And Princess Of Wales Hospice
To extend the provision of specialist palliative care to include a day care clinic, a pain and symptom control clinic and a resource and information centre for patients, carers and volunteers. The one year grant will fund part of the refurbishment of a ne
|12 Dec 1996||CSV Scotland
102 Awards made to people at risk of social exclusion living in Glasgow to tackle issues in their neighbourhoods.
|12 Dec 1996||Energy Action Scotland
The group will develop a combined volunteer and health professional service to provide information and practical help to create healthier living environments for vulnerable groups. The one year grant will pay for one staff salary, training/travel for staf
|12 Dec 1996||Greater Easterhouse Women's Aid
To extend the provision of support, advice, information and refuge for women and their children. The three year grant will contribute towards two staff salaries, refurbishment costs, training/travel costs and general administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Glasgow Homelessness Network
The organisation will investigate the unmet health needs of homeless people and provide information to increase their opportunities to access health and community care services. The three year grant will contribute towards two staff salaries, training/tra
|11 Dec 1996||University of Glasgow
Hunterian Museum - Entomology Collections
|£118,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Nov 1996||Glasgow City Council Parks and Recreation Department
Queens Park Tennis Upgrade
|18 Nov 1996||Arches Theatre
Towards the cost of software and hardware to equip computerised box office to aid ticket sales
|£8,044||Scottish Arts Council|
|18 Nov 1996||Suspect Culture Theatre Company
Towards the cost of computer equipment to aid administration, and a van to provide transport for touring and outreach work
|£21,342||Scottish Arts Council|
|18 Nov 1996||Applied Arts Scotland
Towards the cost of computer equipment and office furniture to aid the administration process and increase efficiency
|£11,594||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Nov 1996||Glasgow City Council
Tollcross Park, Glasgow - Historic Landscape Survey
|£5,175||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Nov 1996||St Margarets Parish Church
St Margarets Church Organ, Glasgow
|£27,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Oct 1996||Helenslea Hall Management Committee
All Weather Sports Pitch
|22 Oct 1996||Arlington Baths Club
Arlington Baths Club
|£586,220||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Oct 1996||TAG Theatre Company
Towards the cost of new and upgraded computer system to enhance TAG's marketing, production and general management functions
|£23,845||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Oct 1996||Project Ability
Towards the cost of gallery lighting and display boards, workshop, video, computer and office equipment
|£55,943||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Oct 1996||Glasgow City Council
A project to create two new Children-+s Centres in Glasgow. The scheme aims to provide a focus for the regeneration of social and physical fabric of the communities in two areas of Glasgow. Children of all ages will be able to enhance and develop their phy
|4 Oct 1996||Glasgow Photography Group Ltd - Street Level
Towards the cost of purchasing six computers, software, graphics and two printers to allow public access and gallery presentations
|£10,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Oct 1996||Scottish Ballet Limited
Towards the cost of purchase of a touring dance floor to extend touring/venue options
|£11,289||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Oct 1996||Sigma Films Limited
Towards the cost of production of a short film 'California Sunshine' portraying an area of contemporary Glasgow life
|£10,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|12 Sep 1996||Digital Arts Project
Towards the cost of equipment to incorporate digital technology within broadcasting of video and film work
|£78,476||Scottish Arts Council|
|28 Aug 1996||University of Glasgow
Weipers Equine Centre
|28 Aug 1996||The Glasgow High School Club Limited
Floodlit synthetic pitch and changing area
|28 Aug 1996||Newlands Lawn Tennis Club
Regional Squash Centre
|2 Aug 1996||Queens Park Football Club Limited
Queens Park Football Club Limited
|1 Aug 1996||Young Miracle Productions
Towards the cost of company van, sound and lighting equipment, computer and video equipment.
|£58,275||Scottish Arts Council|
|1 Aug 1996||Fablevision
Towards the cost of sound and visual aid equipment, and purchase of minibus to include disabled access modifications
|£51,409||Scottish Arts Council|
|31 Jul 1996||Cappella Nova Limited
Towards the cost of 8-seater vehicle to transport artists and equipment to performance, workshop, recording etc venues
|£18,494||Scottish Arts Council|
|31 Jul 1996||City of Glasgow Council
Towards the cost of two 3-beam projectors for use in exhibitions and performance events at Tramway
|£11,365||Scottish Arts Council|
|23 Jul 1996||Clyde Maritime Trust Ltd
|£1,148,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Jun 1996||The Tron Theatre Limited
Towards the cost of extension and improvement, including disabled access, to the Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
|£4,378,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|26 Jun 1996||Four Acres Charitable Trust
Towards the cost of conversation of Dowanhill Church into a multi- arts facility to include dressing rooms/storage/exhibition space
|£10,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|26 Jun 1996||PADDLE
|13 Jun 1996||Carriba Stargazers Steel Band
Towards the cost of variety of musical instruments, music stands and instrument cases for Carriba Stargazers Steel Band.
|£10,275||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Arts and Cultural Development Office
Towards the cost of new video editing suite, adaption of existing editing suite to make portable, production equipment and storage.
|£34,290||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Glasgow Film And Video Workshop
Towards the cost of 4 video editing suites, 1 multi-camera studio facility, 2 video projection facilities and a sound system.
|£89,485||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Suspect Culture Theatre Company
Towards the cost of apple mackintosh computer, fax/modem, selected software and short wheelbase van with removable minibus conversio
|£11,858||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Glasgow Sculpture Studios Limited
Towards the cost of feasibility study to purchase and develop existing building and adjoining building in Craigmont Street
|£15,812||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Theatre Babel
Towards the cost of purchase of long wheelbase van and people carrier for touring purposes
|£23,975||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||City of Glasgow Council
Towards the cost of computer equipment to provide means for arts organisations to use and establish presence on the Internet.
|£70,095||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Jun 1996||Antonine Films Ltd
Towards the cost of production of the documentary film "Flight"
|£40,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Jun 1996||Dyslexia Institute Bursary Fund (Scotland)
The group provides teaching and assessment support to low income dyslexic young people. The grant, over two years, will be used to provide a bursary to purchase educational tools.
|11 Jun 1996||Tak Tent Cancer Support - Scotland
To create self-help groups for young people to fight cancer together. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a youth development worker and to purchase a computer.
|11 Jun 1996||Airdrie And Coatbridge Sea Cadets
Provides activities and guidance for young people in the use of marine equipment. This one year grant will pay for office equipment, canoes, a trailer, promotional materials and clothing.
|11 Jun 1996||Scottish Out Of School Care Network
To provide a national network service offering support and advice to member clubs and local networks. This grant, over three years, will be used to employ five staff and pay for the production of information and training materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Glasgow Association of Family Support Groups
The groups provide respite breaks for carers and children of drug misusers. This grant, over two years, will be used to purchase of a six berth static caravan, and pay for site maintenance and administrative and insurance fees.
|11 Jun 1996||Deaf Connections
To provide a training project to encourage and empower young people to fulfil their potential. This one year grant will be used for refurbishments, office equipment, training, travel and educational materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Youth For Understanding U.K.
To provide cultural awareness opportunities in England, Scotland and Wales for young people aged 16-25 by promoting the benefit of peer group educational opportunities. The three year grant will be used to pay for three project co-ordinators? salaries, co
|11 Jun 1996||Toryglen After School Service Limited
To provide childcare facilities and a holiday care scheme. This grant, over three years, will fund salary costs, training, travel and promotional materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Garnethill Community Action Association
To group will provide transport for local community groups and residents. This one year grant will pay for a minibus and associated costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Craigton Out Of School Care
Provides after school care in the evening and at weekends . The grant, over three years, will be used to employ two part time staff and to cover expenses for training volunteers.
|11 Jun 1996||Carmyle Community Centre Association
The Association will provide community transport in this isolated rural village. This one year grant will be used to purchase a minibus.
|11 Jun 1996||Who Cares? Scotland
To provide information for young people in care or who have had experience of being in care. This grant, over two years, will pay for the salaries of two staff, office equipment, running costs and information materials.
|11 Jun 1996||Garscube Play Rooms
To enable children of low income families to participate in a safe structured play environment. The grant, over one year, will be used to employ a Playleader.
|11 Jun 1996||YMCA Glasgow
To directly address the needs of disadvantaged young people through advice and support. This grant, over three years, will be used to purchase office equipment, training, travel and programme costs, and to fund three members of staff.
|11 Jun 1996||32nd Glasgow, 1st Kirkintilloch Scout Group
The group plans to offer a wider variety of supervised activities for young people. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the existing premises, providing greater access for the community and complying with health and safety regulations.
|11 Jun 1996||Greater Govan Victim Support Scheme
The group plans to provide information in order to enable more people to benefit from the scheme. This one year grant will pay for computer equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||CSV
Project to independently evaluate a training project funded in the Charities Board's first grants programme. This one year grant will be used to employ a consultant to evaluate and report on the effectiveness of a training project.
|11 Jun 1996||Family Mediation West
To provide counselling and mediation for young people suffering from trauma arising from separation and divorce. This grant, over three years, will be used to employ staff and pay for running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||274th Glasgow Boys Brigade Company
The group plans to fully develop its youth programme and attract new members. This one year grant will be used to purchase tents and other associated camping equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||Easterhouse Citizens Advice Bureau
An information and advice service run by young people, for young people. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment and running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Kinnaird House Youth Forum
The project will provide training in employment issues for homeless young people. This one year grant will provide for the conversion of accommodation, office equipment and furnishings, and a training budget.
|11 Jun 1996||Greater Easterhouse Council Of Voluntary Organisations
To assist voluntary organisations to access funding, establish networks and provide basic training and informaiton to committee members and other volunteers. This grant, over three years, is to employ a member of staff and pay for office refurbishment, eq
|11 Jun 1996||Childline
A telephone helpline for children in trouble or danger. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a training and outreach worker and to cover associated costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Reidvale Adventure Play Association
To provide a secure and stimulating play area for children and teenagers, including those with special needs. This one year grant will be used to upgrade and refurbish the play area, providing wheelchair access.
|11 Jun 1996||Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations
Provides infrastructure for the continuation and development of voluntary sector urban programme projects in Scotland, by establishing local forums and providing specialist training and advice. This grant, over two years, will be used to purchase office e
|11 Jun 1996||49f (Greenock) Squadron
The group encourages participation in outdoor activities and The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. This one year grant will pay for outdoor equipment and clothes for the cadets.
|11 Jun 1996||Queenslie Action Group
Project to provide a weeks holiday for single parents and their children. This one year grant will pay for lodging, subsistence, travel to and from the camp and visits to places of interest.
|11 Jun 1996||The Family Planning Association
To provide sex education for young women in Scotland. This grant, over two years, will be used to employ two members of staff and pay for office equipment and access for the disabled.
|11 Jun 1996||Aikenhead Crime Prevention Panel
Assists in educating young people in crime prevention including presentations on bullying and racism. This one year grant will be used to purchase a television, video recorder and a Camcorder with accessories.
|11 Jun 1996||Thornlaw Community Action Group
To provide an afterschool and holiday care scheme to enable parents on a low income/unemployed to find or continue in employment. This one year grant will pay for four salaries.
|11 Jun 1996||Easterhouse Project C.U.S Get Along Gang Girls Clb
Project to provide counselling, groupwork and training to enable teenage girls and young women to improve their social and economic circumstances. This grant, over three years, will pay for a member of staff, equipment, furnishings, publicity materials, a
|11 Jun 1996||Westerhouse Parent And Toddler Group
To provide a meeting place and support for parents of pre-school children. This one year grant will pay for replacement toys and educational materials.
|11 Jun 1996||The Prince's Trust
To enable unemployed people to undertake personal development skills and training to encourage them to re-enter working life. This grant, over three years, will provide for a structural programme to be delivered by other community based organisations and
|11 Jun 1996||Crossbows Jnr Playscheme
The group will take 40 children from a deprived area on a weeks summer camp. This grant, over three years, will pay for for food, travel and activity costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Queens Cross Workspace Ltd
To train young unemployed people to care for the elderly through an arts project. This one year grant will be used to employ an Arts Worker.
|11 Jun 1996||St Francis Unit
To provide day care accommodation for disadvantaged young people who are excluded from mainstream education. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the building and to purchase a minibus and office equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||Glasgow Children's Holiday Scheme
To provide a break for families on low incomes. This one year grant will be used to purchase three replacement caravans.
|11 Jun 1996||Geoff Shaw Outdoor Group
Project to provide low cost holidays for families from deprived inner city areas. This grant, over two years, will pay for travel, training and information costs.
|11 Jun 1996||St Matthew's Centre
To increase the number of groups using the premises and foster co-operation between user groups. This grant, over three years, will be used to employ a staff member.