99 matching grants found.
|9 Jan 2017||Craigmarloch School
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|17 Nov 2016||Parklea Association Branching Out Limited
This group provide services to people with learning disabilities in Inverclyde by offering horticultural therapy and community based programmes. The group will commission consultants to carry out an organisational review which will support the Board to undertake planned, sustainable growth for the organisation. An options appraisal will examine various service development options to be considered in consultation with service users, stakeholders and the wider community.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 2016||St Francis Primary School
St Francis Primary School
|£2,075||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 2016||St Francis Primary School
This school will use the funding for sports equipment and strips for their after school sports programme.
|£2,075||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Sep 2016||Slaemuir Tenants and Residents Association
This project will facilitate outings and social events for older residents to Ayr and Edinburgh with the aim of tackling social isolation.
|£4,225||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Jun 2016||St John's Primary School
This school will use the funding for items for their extra-curricular activities including their breakfast club.
|£974||Big Lottery Fund|
|24 Oct 2015||Kelburn Community Action Group
This group will use the funding for a social programme of activities, engaging young people and their families.
|£4,170||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 Sep 2015||St Michael's Primary School
St Michael's Primary School
|£2,895||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 May 2015||47th Greenock and District Scout Group
This scout group is based in Inverclyde and was established in 1911. The group will use the funding for new equipment so that they can hold different activities and camps over the summer months.
|£6,259||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Feb 2015||Clune Park Research Group
This project will see the club arrange a variety of trips to local history venues. This group will then use their skills learned through computer training to create a booklet documenting their trips which they will share with others within the community.
|£6,470||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Jan 2015||Craigmarloch School
This school will use the funding to allow young people who attend the school to participate in a range of outdoor activities.
|£9,600||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Apr 2014||Woodhall Community Association
A two year project to construct a Multi Use Games Area on a derelict piece of land next to a community centre that is in the process of being built. It aims to provide an all weather facility for local teenagers who currently have no existing provision fo
|£141,158||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Mar 2014||St Stephen's High School
St Stephen's High School
|£4,158||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Mar 2014||St John's Primary School
St John's Primary School
|£1,719||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Mar 2013||Woodhall Community Association
This grant is for development funding so that the project can be progressed to apply for Second Stage funding.
|£15,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|9 Oct 2012||St Francis Primary School
The school will purchase dance equipment to provide an extracurricular school exercise and dance programme. This grant will fund a cyber coach system, portable p.a. system, a projector, a fitted electric screen, a trolley and two electric dance mats.
|£7,493||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2012||East End Advisory Group
Did Your Grandpa Sign The Pledge?
|£4,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2012||River Clyde Homes
This project will provide a well designed, accessible community garden and allotment space on a brown-field site , which was created when the high-rise flats in Belville Street, Greenock were demolished.The project will be led by River Clyde Homes who wil
|£610,205||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 Apr 2012||Newark Primary School
The school located in Port Glasgow will deliver a 25 week extra-curricular programme of street dance for girls in P4 - P7. The grant will fund the cost of street dance sessions.
|£1,250||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2011||Key Fitness
The group will use the grant to deliver Sports Leader training to 20 local young people, providing them with skills and qualifications. Local primary school children will also take part. The grant will pay for Sports Leader Level 1/Level 2 training, sport
|£8,429||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Nov 2011||St Stephen's High School
The school, based in Inverclyde, will set up 4 new after school sport clubs to provide activities in netball, dance, football and rugby. The activities will be led by local volunteer coaches or volunteer teachers. The grant will fund transport to 5 netba
|£1,690||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Nov 2011||Parklea Association Branching Out Limited
This group, based in Port Glasgow, will develop a recently purchased site which includes 3 large glasshouses, 2 smaller glasshouses and an ancillary building. This building requires a new roof and refurbishment. This grant for will be used to pay for remo
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 2011||St John's Primary School
The school, based in Port Glasgow, will expand their current after school athletics club to younger pupils. The grant will fund a bullnosed javelin PAK, a triple jump, a run PAK, two reversaboards, a vertical jump tip 2 tip and a large storage cage.
|£1,815||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Aug 2011||Port Glasgow High School
The school will use the grant to set up a breakfast club providing free breakfast to 30 pupils three times a week for 24 weeks.
|£2,160||Big Lottery Fund|
|17 May 2011||St Stephen's High School
St Stephen's High School will renew the equipment in its fitness suite to encourage more of its pupils and pupils at Port Glasgow High School to take part in extra-curricular physical activity. The grant will fund three treadmills and three cross-trainer
|£8,910||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2011||River Clyde Homes
This is a development funding grant for The Belville Community Garden project whose aim is to provide a well designed accessible community garden and allotment space on a brown-field site. The project will be led by River Clyde Homes, the third largest so
|£29,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 2010||Inverclyde Community Development Trust
|£155,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Jun 2010||Inverclyde Community Development Trust
We Are Morton
|£25,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 May 2010||Port Glasgow Bowling Club
The club is celebrating its 150th Anniversary and would like to upgrade their building to be more user friendly for the wider community. The grant will enable the group to repair/renew the roof above the function room, preventing water ingress, and also r
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 May 2010||Park Farm Community Association
This group will buy a selection of equipment for their community hall to improve the services and facilities they can offer. The grant will pay for a cooker, a PA system, crockery, a baby changing table, floor buffer and a microwave.
|£2,980||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2010||Parklea Association Branching Out Limited
Parklea Association Branching Out Limited aim to develop a business strategy and carry out a community consultation exercise to determine the best action for development of the newly acquired glasshouse/propagation complex for horticultural training oppor
|£8,842||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Feb 2010||Port Glasgow High School
This schoolwill increase their extracurricular sports clubs to include a wider variety of activities and provide opportunities for older pupils to deliver physical activity programmes to the wider community.
|£9,710||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Jan 2010||Muirshiel Resource Centre
This group will employ sessional staff to assist with its Home Maintenance Project for older people. The project carries out gardening tasks, painting and small repairs within the homes of older people throughout Inverclyde. The grant will fund sessional
|£9,387||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Jan 2010||Woodhall Community Association
This group will undertake a feasibility study and business plan to explore the needs of the local community. This will examine the potential for a public facility offering a range of amenities and services. This grant will pay for consultant's fees.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Nov 2009||Key Fitness
This group will organise and deliver a comprehensive programme of extra curricular dance and physical exercise to female pupils from primary schools in Port Glasgow. The grant will fund training for dance tutors, tutor resource packs, pupil registration c
|£7,778||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Aug 2009||Inverclyde Folk Club
The group will use the grant to purchase a PA system required for the amplification of traditional musical instruments and vocals for live performance. The group plan to travel to various community venues and perform traditional music encouraging particip
|£7,368||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Jul 2009||Inverclyde Out of School Care Network
The project will develop their existing service in Inverclyde and organise activities for children. This grant of will fund transport costs, outdoor equipment hire, educational toys and games.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 Mar 2009||Newark Primary School
This school will provide a range of out of school hours dance activities, which will increase physical activity levels in young people. The grant will fund the costs of extra curricular dance session tutors.
|£1,324||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Jan 2009||Arts Education Team
The Slave Tour
|£42,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Sep 2008||Port Glasgow Boys Club
The group provide youth football and community coaching for children in the local area. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and to fund Easter tournament costs.
|11 Jul 2008||Connect Youth (Inverclyde)
This group promote the local youth community of Inverclyde to get involved in local youth events and consultations. The award will be used to pay for venue hire, security costs, first aid costs, barriers, entertainment fees, stage hire, a climbing wall, i
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Jun 2008||Parklea Association Branching Out
The proposed project involves the development of Parklea Playing Fields, to include the planting of a native woodland, a native shrubbery and a small wildflower meadow. Gates and pathways will be installed along with directional and interpretational signa
|£9,560||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2007||Key Fitness
The group provide opportunities to participate in sporting activities and deliver training courses promoting sport and physical activities. The grant will fund coaching costs and event costs. It will also be used to purchase equipment including whistle an
|£8,400||Big Lottery Fund|
|30 Aug 2007||Inverclyde Community Development Trust
The Bilin 'o' The Bell
|£46,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Aug 2007||St Andrews Ambulance (Renfrew) Corps
This group run first aid training courses and provide a first aid presence to attendees of large public events. The grant will fund first aid uniforms, safety equipment, resuscitation dummies, generator, professional fees, spinal board and projector.
|£2,708||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Jul 2007||Port Glasgow Comet Festival Group
This group organises an annual gala for the benefit of all age groups from the local community. The grant will fund bunting and banners, tutor expenses, venue hire, sessional staff, stewarding costs, road barriers, funfair hire and travel costs.
|£5,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 May 2007||Port Glasgow High School
The school provides educational activities for children. The grant is for basketball uniforms, swimming equipment, judo suits, judo coaching, judo membership aand grading fees, transport costs.
|£5,725||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Oct 2006||CVS Inverclyde
CVS Inverclyde's idea is to facilitate the transfer of Port Glasgow Community Information project into community ownership. The project uses IT to keep local people up to date on issues that affect them, events and access to training. The grant will fund
|£2,961||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Sep 2006||Loreto Pre-Fives
This group provide pre-school education and recreation for children aged three to five years of age. The funds are to cover purchase of new play and storage equipment for younger children.
|£2,323||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Aug 2006||Kelburn/Woodhall Community Resource Company
This group provides an adult learning centre with a wide variety of learning and healthy pursuits. The grant is for walking equipment and transport costs.
|28 Jul 2006||Port Glasgow Boys Club
This group provide facilities for training and coaching to play football for boys. The grant is for new equipment, first aid training and a feasibility study.
|28 Jul 2006||Boglestone Community Association
This group provides a socially deprived area with the opportunities to participate in health and fitness classes and the sport of judo. The grant is for 100 x judo mats.
|£4,688||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 May 2006||Parklea Association Branching Out Limited
This group provide training, skills development and support to individuals and groups within the local community who have learning difficulties and mental health related problems. The grant is for computers and printer, workstations/chairs, registration f
|29 Mar 2006||Inverclyde Council
This project would meet the programme priority of outdoor play. It would be based in Gourock and used by Gourock Park Preschool and Pandas Playgroup as well as other establishments in the area, enhancing current childcare services.A one year fully funded
|£37,718||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Oct 2005||St Andrews Ambulance (Renfrew) Corps
This group provides both first aid and first aid training to the general public. The grant is for hand portable radios and accessories, radio base station and fitting kit and 10 first aid bags.
|£4,972||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2005||Port Glasgow Juniors Boys Football Club
This New Group From Port Glasgow Provide Opportunities For Boys And Girls Aged From 5-19 To Participate In The Sport Of Football. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Team Strips And Additional Training Equipment And So Facilitate The Start-Up Of The C
|6 Dec 2004||St Martin's Youth Group
This group provide educational and recreational activities for children aged 5-11 from deprived parts of the area. The grant will help the group to buy large toys and computer consoles for the group. This will allow the club to get up and running proper
|£2,478||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2004||Port Glasgow Victoria A.B.C
This Group Provides Opportunities For Local People To Take Part In Boxing, Weightlifting And Keep-Fit Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Provide Suitable Shower And Changing Facilities To Improve The Clubs Amenities For Its Existing Members And En
|25 Oct 2004||Park Farm Voluntary Community Association
This group from Port Glasgow manages and maintains a community hall and provides a range of recreational activities for local people. The grant will allow the group to increase the security of the hall. It will also provide more tables, to meet the need
|1 Oct 2004||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Inverclyde has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in July of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£525||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Sep 2004||Park Farm Senior Citizens Lunch Club
This group from Port Glasgow operate a lunch service for older people and provide regular opportunities for social interaction, activity and recreation. Grant will be used to enhance the group's equipment resource and provide bingo sessions for members.
|2 Sep 2004||Roman Catholic Diocese of Paisley
The Holy Family Church, Port Glasgow
|£96,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Oct 2002||Inverclyde Council
Refurbishment of Port Glasgow Swimming Pool
|16 Aug 2002||CVS Inverclyde
This project aims to identify and seek to meet the training needs of voluntary sector organisations in Inverclyde, developing a sustainable plan for the delivery of a regular and relevant programme of training for the future. This two-year grant will fun
|7 Aug 2002||Port Glasgow Old People's Welfare
This group from Port Glasgow manages and maintains a drop-in facility providing social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund the installation of fitted kitchen, roller shutters, cooker.
|7 Aug 2002||Park Farm Voluntary Community Association
This group from Port Glasgow manages and maintains a community hall and provides a range of recreational activities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase sewing machines, ironing boards, exercise bike, rowing machine treadmill, mats, lamin
|6 Jun 2002||Woodhall Tenants' Association
This group from Port Glasgow organises a range of educational and recreational activities for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase sewing, kitchen, hall and games equipment.
|4 Apr 2002||Inverclyde Songwriting Workshop
This Group Provides A Weekly Songwriters Workshop Where Musicians, Poets And Lyricists Can Meet To Air Their Ideas And Improve Their Skills. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Musical Equipment For Live Performances And Multi-Track Sound Recording.
|£2,592||Scottish Arts Council|
|28 Feb 2002||Inverclyde Council
The project aims to provide flexible and engaging learning opportunities designed to meet the needs of the community. Taster sessions, introductory information and communications technology (ICT) courses and accredited training are planned. The long-term
|£398,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2001||Inverclyde Deaf Forum
This group aims to increase understanding of deafness, working with local people and voluntary and statutory agencies to ensure that deaf people can take a full part in community life. The grant will be used to fund lipreader and sign language interpreter
|6 Dec 2001||Inverkip Yacht Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Aspects Of Sailing And Boating.The Grant Will Be Used To Fund The Upgrade Of The Clubhouse.
|26 Sep 2000||Park Farm Voluntary Community Association
This group provides a community hall resource for local people. The grant will be used to purchase kitchen equipment, art equipment, TV, video, bouncy castle and mats, and fund telephone installation.
|26 Sep 2000||Inverclyde Blind Bowlers Association
This Group Fosters And Encourages The Game Of Bowls For Local People With Visual Impairments. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Bowls Sets And Fund Travel, Meals And Accommodation.
|11 Jul 2000||Gadgeddlar Historical Re-Enactment Society
This group re-enacts scenes from Scottish history and promotes ancient customs, dress, cooking and folklore. The grant will be used to purchase a tent, materials, swords, helmets, spears, crossbow set, cooking equipment, stools, a distaff and pliers.
|£2,526||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 May 2000||Port Glasgow Elderly and Disabled Resource Centre
This project will allow the organisation to furnish and equip the new area of its centre, and to replace their present minibus with one specially adapted for disabled users. This three year grant will fund building construction and refurbishment costs, th
|28 Mar 2000||Port Glasgow Comet Festival Group
This group aims to develop their annual gala into a special millennium festival by extending the programme of events and entertainment for the benefit of all age groups who are also involved in the design and delivery of the festival. The grant will be us
|30 Nov 1999||Rankin Park Weightlifting Club
This group provides facilities and opportunities for individuals to participate in all disciplines of weightlifting. The grant will be used to purchase a smith's machine, a flat incline bench, a wide stand incline bench, olympic discs, dumbells and a dumb
|30 Nov 1999||Woodhall Tenants' Association
This group provides social and recreation facilities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase a cooker, video, TV and catering equipment.
|14 Sep 1999||Port Glasgow Arts Guild
This Group Provides Opportunities For The Local Community To Explore Their Creativity Through Different Art Forms. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Demonstrator Fees, Advertising And Leaflets And To Purchase Art Materials And Equipment.
|£690||Scottish Arts Council|
|14 Sep 1999||Kelburn/Woodhall Adult Education Advisory Association
This group provides education and training opportunities for adults. The grant will be used to purchase computers, printers and trolleys.
|14 Sep 1999||Newark Angling Travelling Club
This group provides opportunitites for the local community to participate in the sport of angling. The grant will be used to purchase equipment.
|25 Jun 1999||Port Glasgow Comet Festival Group
This group provides the fundraising and infrastructure necessary to stage a community festival designed to build local pride and community awareness. The grant will be used to fund the costs of portaloos, a mobile dressing room, the hire of a PA system an
|17 Jun 1999||Kelburn/Woodhall Community Resource Company
This Project Will Provide A Locally Based Resource Centre For People Living In The Kelburn/Woodhall Area To Provide Access To A Wide Range Of Information And Provide Support And Advice On A Wide Range Of Issues. Subsidised Services Such As A Community La
|17 Mar 1999||Inverclyde Council
Boglestone Recreation Centre
|4 Dec 1998||Clune Park Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play materials and to fund outings.
|4 Dec 1998||Valiant United
This group offers support, assistance and information to people dependent on substances and offers a sporting programme to improve their health. The grant will be used to purchase furnishings, office equipment and a washing machine.
|18 Jul 1998||Inverclyde Blind Bowlers Association
This group fosters and encourages the game of bowls for local blind and partially sighted people. The grant will be used to fund travel and accommodation costs for tournaments and to purchase storage lockers and trophies.
|4 Mar 1998||St Francis Senior Citizen Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund transport costs and entertainment.
|4 Mar 1998||Boglestone Community Association
This group provides a programme of educational and leisure activities for members of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase computer, office and sports equipment.
|10 Dec 1997||Bunnytots P/G + M/T
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase a climbing frame, painting materials and play equipment.
|10 Dec 1997||Park Farm Voluntary Community Association
This group provides a community hall resource for local people. The grant will fund play equipment, a bingo machine, games equipment, microwave and CD player.
|30 Oct 1997||Woodhall Tenants Association
This group provides recreational and social activities for young people on low incomes. The grant will be used to purchase a sound system, table tennis equipment, board games and tables.
|30 Oct 1997||Port Glasgow Old Men''s Club
This group provides leisure and recreational activities for local retired men. This grant will be used to fund the installation of double glazing and repairs to the roof.
|10 Jul 1997||Four Seasons Holiday Group
This group provides opportunities for older, disabled people to get respite breaks. The grant will be used to subsidise places on a summer scheme, funding transport, accommodation and subsistance.
|10 Jul 1997||Valiant United
This support group provides advice and activities for substance abusers and their families. The grant will contribute towards office furnishing costs and three months running costs.
|8 May 1997||Devol Playgroup and Toddlers
This playgroup provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment, tables and chairs.
|8 May 1997||Boglestone Playgroup and Toddlers
This playgroup provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. This grant will be used to purchase a carnival range playcube, a playbath, a bookcase, a table top drier, a cube kitchen range, costumes and games.
|12 Dec 1996||Port Glasgow Voluntary Trans-port Group
To provide a transport service for elderly and disabled people in the Port Glasgow area. The three year grant will pay for the purchase of a mini bus, one part-time staff salary and equipment.
|28 Aug 1996||Port Glasgow Golf Club