326 matching grants found.
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|16 Dec 1999||Fablevision
Towards the cost of training workshop programmes linked to productions; and holiday/schools programmes
|£17,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Dec 1999||Project Ability
Towards the cost of 12-month research project exploring ways to involve people with profound disabilities in the visual arts
|£3,065||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Dec 1999||Young Miracle Productions
Towards the cost of commission from BBC2 10x10 a short film "Daddy's Girl"
|£20,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|16 Dec 1999||Glasgow Alliance - Greater Pollock SIP
Towards the cost of providing extensive range of arts, music and video workshops over 10 weeks throughout Greater Pollock area
|£10,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Dec 1999||Glasgow Film And Video Workshop
Towards the cost of Cineworks funding 5 short films during 2000
|£59,786||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Dec 1999||Scottish Screen
Towards the cost of Tartan Shorts, an opportunity for emergent film-making talent to produce short films at professional standards
|£45,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Dec 1999||Antonine Films Ltd
Towards the cost of short film award scheme funding for a series of 4 to 6 low budget short films
|£60,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|13 Dec 1999||Secretary of the University Court, Glasgow
Scottish Theatre Archive Cataloguing Project
|£71,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||St Andrews East Parish Church, Glasgow
St Andrews East Parish Church, Glasgow - Repairs
|£99,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||Glasgow Building Preservation Trust
New Wellpark, Glasgow - Refurbishment
|£431,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||OLA Out Of School Care
The grant will be used to provide an additional 16 before school places and to set up a 16 place holiday club for children aged 5-14, creating a total of 32 new places. The project will be situated in Glasgow. School served will be O.L.A Primary School.
|£7,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Dec 1999||Easthall/Wellhouse Transport Scheme
This project will enable the continuation of a low cost, locally accessible community transport scheme in Greater Easterhouse, through the provision of new minibuses. The one year capital grant will fund the purchase of two minbuses.
|9 Dec 1999||Shawlands Out of School Care
This project will enhance the capacity of the organisation to provide quality care for school age children whose parent are in employment, further education or training. The one year grant will fund the provision of IT equipment for administration and edu
|9 Dec 1999||Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse)
This project will provide an alcohol and drug free youth cafe facility for 11-17 year olds in the Blairtummock area of Easterhouse, through which young people will have access to an information library, workshops and a range of educational and recreationa
|9 Dec 1999||Coach House Trust
This project involves the purchase and refurbishment of premises from which training will be provided to people with long-term mental health difficulties and addiction problems. The training provided will include personal and social development vocation
|9 Dec 1999||Path (Scotland)
This project will encourage individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds to seek employment within housing. This will be achieved through providing a high quality training and support programme for up to 24 trainees. The three year grant will part fund o
|9 Dec 1999||Multiple Sclerosis Action Strathclyde
This project will enable the purchase of a people carrier in order to provide a transport service to people with Multiple Sclerosis in Strathclyde. This service will provide increased access to a range of services offered by the Multiple Sclerosis Therap
|9 Dec 1999||East End Respite Care Group
This project will provide a package of respite services and training to families and carers in the East End, who are experiencing stress, crisis and isolation. The three year grant will fund the salary of a full-time Training/Development Worker, office tr
|30 Nov 1999||Glasgow Gaelic Drama Association
This group promotes and fosters the Gaelic language by encouraging the writing and public presentation of Gaelic plays and holding an annual festival of Gaelic drama. The grant will be used to fund theatre hire, production costs, stage management, tutor f
|£4,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Ibrox Writers
This group provides opportunities for people to participate in creative writing and to improve their techniques through the guidance of a tutor. The grant will be used to fund educational workshops and purchase a computer, a printer and a photocopier.
|£4,800||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Indian Mahila Cultural Committee
This group provides opportunities for women from ethnic minority communities to access cultural and educational opportunities. The grant will be used to fund travelling expenses, artists' fees, administration, publicity, hire of venue, lighting costs and
|£4,280||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||St Francis Pipe Band
This group provides opportunities for people to learn piping and drumming skills. The grant will be used to purchase 8 snare drums, 2 tension drums, 4 bombards and 2 small pipes.
|£3,642||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Drumchapel Theatre For Youth
This group provides opportunities for young people to participate in drama and music workshops. The grant will be used to fund venue hire, rehearsal costs, set construction, publicity, advertising, costumes and light/sound hire.
|£4,125||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Govanhill Art Group
This group provides opportunities for local people to develop an interest in arts related activities. The grant will be used to purchase brushes, oil paints, water colours, easels, paper, panels, books and videos.
|£3,470||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||SAFE (Survivors and Friends Everywhere)
This group provides practical support, assistance and a self help facility for women who have been affected by physical or mental abuse. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, office equipment, furnishings, a TV, video, tape recorder, stat
|30 Nov 1999||Lochend Senior Citizens' Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund travel costs.
|30 Nov 1999||The Dixon Community Ethnic Minority Users Group
This group provides a forum for members of the ethnic minority community to express their needs. The grant will be used to purchase a washing machine, dishwasher, orthopaedic chairs, a carpet, grip mats, a wheelchair, coffee tables and trestle tables.
|30 Nov 1999||Scottish Comm For Hundred Languages of Children
This group promotes and organises an exhibition for children. The grant will be used to fund the costs of publicity, information sessions, mailing and promotion.
|30 Nov 1999||Mel-Milaap 50+ Transport Group
This group provides a community transport service for local elderly people. The grant will be used to fund day trips and outreach work costs.
|30 Nov 1999||St Roch's Invalid Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for disabled people. The grant will be used to assist with the costs of purchasing gifts and providing a series of outings and events.
|30 Nov 1999||East End Senior Citizens' Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase memorabilia, dinner dance.
|30 Nov 1999||Cathcart and District Information Service
This group provides practical support and an information service for older people. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and to fund the costs of producing a directory.
|30 Nov 1999||Ibrox/Cessnock/Kinning Park Elderly Forum
This group provides practical support and assistance for older people. The grant will be used to purchase a PA system and to fund publicity materials and volunteer expenses.
|30 Nov 1999||St Andrew's Ambulance Dennistoun Company
This group provides first aid services at events throughout Scotland. The grant will be used to purchase a stretcher, digital meter, suction unit, defibrillator and radio basestation.
|30 Nov 1999||Age Concern - Greater Pollok
This group provides an advice and support service for older people and their families. The grant will be used to purchase joinery and maintenance tools and to fund advertising, insurance, volunteer expenses and administration costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Berryknowes Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and to fund publicity and training costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Y-Network Glasgow
This group provides a cafe/drop-in facility and recreational and educational opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to fund accommodation, transport and training costs.
|30 Nov 1999||St Margaret's Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and to fund training and administration costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Coxton Gardens Tenants' Social Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people living in the local community. The grant will be used to fund the costs of events and outings.
|30 Nov 1999||Royston Community Newsletter Group
This group provides and distributes a free newsletter for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a VDU anti-glare screen and to assist with printing, distribution, insurance, internet access costs
|30 Nov 1999||Toryglen Everyoung Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas event and a summer outing.
|30 Nov 1999||Centre for Co-operative Education
This group provides educational opportunities for adults living in the local area. The grant will be used to purchase software and computer supplies and to fund sessional worker fees and consultant costs.
|30 Nov 1999||74th Glasgow Scout Group (St Alberts)
This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase camping and outdoor cooking equipment.
|30 Nov 1999||Ladywell Pensioners
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase compact discs and to fund an outing.
|30 Nov 1999||Glasgow Friends of the Disabled
This group provides social and recreational activities for disabled people. The grant will be used to assist with the purchase of arts and craft materials and swimming equipment.
|30 Nov 1999||No 6 TP Scots DG Army Cadet Force
This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase mountain bikes and camping equipment.
|30 Nov 1999||Scotstounhill Residents Association
This group provides social and recreational activities for the elderly. The grant will be used to fund events and outings.
|30 Nov 1999||Beachcombers Special Needs Playscheme
This group provides social and stimulating recreational activites for children with special needs during the school holiday periods. The grant will be used to assist with the costs of a repsite holiday.
|30 Nov 1999||Battlefield East Church Social Guild
This group provides social and recreational activities for the local community and church members. The grant will be used to fund an outing.
|30 Nov 1999||Rug Rats Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase paint materials, flooring and play equipment and to fund training fees, publicity materials, conference fees and administration costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Anderston Mel-Milaap Users Group
This group provides social, educational and cultural activities for group members and older people. The grant will be used to fund the costs of venue, equipment and entertainment hire, decoration, travel expenses, catering, publicity and administration co
|30 Nov 1999||Carers Relief Group
This group provides advice, support and social activities for carers of people with dementia. The grant will be used to assist with the costs of purchasing a word processor and funding training course fees, advertising, stationery, outing costs and semina
|30 Nov 1999||ASTRA - Central Branch
This group provides opportunities for local people to take an active interest in space research, astronomy and science. The grant will be used to purchase a computer, software and computer accessories and to fund leaflets, posters, stationery and postage
|30 Nov 1999||Scottish Pride Netball Club
This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in the sport of netball and develop their potential. The grant will be used to fund training, junior development fees and the purchase of materials.
|30 Nov 1999||Cranhill Football Development Club
This group provides opportunities for young people to participate in the sport of football and develop their social and playing skills. The grant will be used to purchase training balls, bibs and cones.
|30 Nov 1999||Summertown Participants Group
This group provides practical support and assistance for people with mental health needs. The grant will be used to fund a weekend trip.
|24 Nov 1999||The Planning Exchange
The grant will provide free access to an established information service for 50 community organisations involved in regeneration initiatives in England. The project will employ two workers to assist with the development of the services and the disseminat
|18 Nov 1999||Trustees of the Diocese of Motherwell
St Benedict's Church, Easterhouse - Repairs
|£1,602,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Nov 1999||Creative Therapies
Towards the cost of community-based theatre group for 16-25 year olds with a history of mental health problems
|£67,500||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Nov 1999||Birds of Paradise Theatre Company
Towards the cost of "Merman", a performance and workshop in theatres project aimed at primary school children and families
|£66,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Nov 1999||Glasgow Photography Group Ltd - Street Level
Towards the cost of developing and expanding involvement in creative photography by children and young people through workshops
|£48,754||Scottish Arts Council|
|21 Oct 1999||Suspect Culture Theatre Company
Towards the cost of touring production of 'Candide' involving collaboration between Suspect Culture and young people through worksho
|£11,138||Scottish Arts Council|
|20 Oct 1999||One Plus: One Parent Families
The grant will provide an additional 356 places available throughout the year to children up to 11 years of age.
|£46,247||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Glasgow Development Agency
The grant will provide 480 new out of school places at 10 locations across Glasgow suitable for children between 4-14 years of age. The project will link into other initiatives and will promote quality training and parent-led management of individual sch
|£70,616||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Castle Kids Out Of School Care
The grant will provide 108 new year round places for children between the ages of 5-12 years. The project will benefit children living in Castlemilk.
|£15,840||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Horizons
The project will create out of school and holiday places and will address the lack of childcare particularly for older children in the area and improve the geographical spread of childcare facilities. Fifteen local schools will be served.
|£19,452||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Cardonald College
The grant will be used to extend the existing provision by creating 30 before school, 30 after school and 30 holiday childcare places. The schools served will be Cardonald Primary School, Lady of the Rosary other Local schools in Pollok, Penilee and Govan
|£45,118||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 1999||The WASPS Trust
Towards the cost of the redevelopment of WASPS' artists' complex at Alexandra Parade to provide high quality facilities for artists
|£1,585,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|28 Sep 1999||Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin, Glasgow
St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral - Glasgow Phase 4
|£340,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Sep 1999||Four Acres Charitable Trust
Dowanhill Parish Church Tower - Restoration
|£213,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Sep 1999||Scottish Academy of Asian Arts
Towards the cost of piloting new accessible and participatory professional service by Academy to schools/community groups
|£29,983||Scottish Arts Council|
|23 Sep 1999||Theatre Babel
Towards the cost of 2 iMac's , a colour laser printer, scanner, PowerMac system, Internet and multimedia software
|£4,400||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Sep 1999||50th Glasgow Scouts (St Helens)
This project will enable the Scouts to work towards the completion of their Duke of Edinburgh Awards, and enable a minibus to be purchased, which will be used to provide a transport service to local people and community groups. The one year grant will fun
|15 Sep 1999||St Matthew's Centre
This project will enable the development of the present Co-ordinator's role by providing further funding. The three year grant will fund the purchase of office equipment, salary costs of one full-time Co-ordinator, training and travel for staff and vol
|15 Sep 1999||Linthouse St Kenneth Parish Church
This project will encourage and develop community involvement through upgrading a local church hall. The two year grant will fund the refurbishment of the hall, professional fees, installation of a sound system and the purchase of furnishings.
|15 Sep 1999||Royston Road Project
This project will engage communities in North East Glasgow in the process of environmental, cultural and social regeneration by creating two pocket parks and providing a programme of participatory arts in the process. The three year grant will part fund b
|15 Sep 1999||Fostering Network
This project will significantly increase support to foster carers in Scotland. It will assist in reducing their isolation, provide them with information and advice, empowering them and raising their profile. The three year project will fund one full-time
|15 Sep 1999||Castlemilk Detached Youth Work Project
This Pilot Project Will Extend And Develop Current Detached Youth Work Carried Out By The Project. It Will Provide Detached Youth Work To Isolated, Vulnerable, Excluded Young Women And Develop A Programme Of Activities, Health And Outdoor Education Aimed
|15 Sep 1999||Ruchill Unemployed & Community Resource Centre
This Project Will Provide A Locally-Based, Open Access Learning Programme To Unemployed People Within The North Of Glasgow. The Project Will Provide A Range Of Training Courses, Advice And Guidance To Participants In Order To Enhance Their Basic Skills A
|15 Sep 1999||Milk and Fruit Co-operative
This project will increase the number of beneficiaries of the 'milk and fruit' scheme by providing funding to support the expansion of its existing service. The one year grant will fund the purchase of a van and storage/display units, the salary of one fu
|14 Sep 1999||New Rhythms For Glasgow
This group provides opportunities for local people to enhance their musical talents and abilities. The grant will be used to fund recording costs, publicity and insurance.
|£3,956||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||East Glasgow Music Festival
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Perform And Develop Their Musical Abilities. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund The Costs Of Producing Information, Music, Insurance, Publicity, Hospitality, Piano Tuning, Professional Fees And A Concert.
|£2,953||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Breakthru Theatre Company
This group provides opportunities for adults with special needs to participate in all aspects of theatre including drama, writing, directing and set design. The grant will be used to fund hire of theatre, technical support, costumes, scenery, tuition fees
|£1,297||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Indian Cultural and Festival Committee
This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in multi cultural activities. The grant will be used to fund hall hire, artists' fees, travel, accommodation, administration and publicity costs.
|£1,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Complete
This group provides encouragment, advice and tuition for people interested in drama and other performing arts. The grant will be used to fund the costs of a workshop facilitator, education programme director, sessional administrator and school packs.
|£3,975||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Partick 2000
This group provides a programme of social, recreational and ecumenical activities within the local area. The grant will be used to fund professional fees, hall hire and PA system hire and publicity materials.
|£1,750||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Ray Suzuki Projects
This group provides opportunities for local people to project temporary coloured lighting and images onto buildings and installations of interest to improve their visual quality. The grant will be used to purchase floodlights, a generator and a camcorder.
|£3,118||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Northern Rock Festival Group
Towards the cost of refurbishment of Millburn Centre to create a community music resource
|£217,929||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Royston Road Company
Towards the cost of developing two public spaces at each end of the Royston Corridor.
|£349,300||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Milton Area Transport Scheme
This group provides low cost transport for organisations within the local community. The grant will be used to fund body repairs and safety work to a minibus.
|14 Sep 1999||Geoff Shaw Playgroup
This playgroup provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment, a television, a video and dressing up clothes.
|14 Sep 1999||New Nimmo Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to fund training, publicity and an outing and to purchase play equipment.
|14 Sep 1999||Arden and District Senior Citizen Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for elderly people. The grant will be used to purchase a television, a video, a microphone, a karaoke machine, compact discs and videos.
|14 Sep 1999||TASC -Temple and St Ninian's After School Care
This group provides out of school care and educational activities for children. The grant will be used to purchase a computer, a printer, a scanner and to fund a contribution to outings.
|14 Sep 1999||Civil Service Retirement Fellowship Glasgow
This group provides practical support and social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund outings and seasonal activities.
|14 Sep 1999||Sighthill Friendship Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund outings, entertainers' fees and volunteers' expenses.
|14 Sep 1999||Battlefield East Church Social Guild
This group provides social and recreational activities for the local community. The grant will be used to fund respite outings.
|14 Sep 1999||Pollokshaws Burgh Hall Trust
This group aims to establish and provide a community hall resource for local people. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, a photocopier and office furniture and to fund training and research costs.
|14 Sep 1999||Scottish Breast Cancer Awareness
This group publicises and promotes awareness of breast cancer by organising events and raising funds. The grant will be used to fund publicity costs.
|14 Sep 1999||The Wheezzurs Group
This group provides information and support for people suffering from chronic chest condititons. The grant will be used to fund outings, sessional fees and printing costs and to purchase stationery and games materials.