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  • Albion Trust


    Grant Amount: £374,765

    To provide shared premises for a range of locally based charities and community voluntary organisations. This grant, over two years, will pay for the rent of premises, running costs and staff salaries.

  • Kindred Advocacy


    Grant Amount: £372,800

    This project will provide practical information, advocacy and emotional support to families of children with additional support needs, increasing the ability of families to cope and feel less isolated in their communities. The project will deliver a range

  • The Living Memory Association


    Grant Amount: £372,314

    This four year project will focus on older people living in their own homes and experiencing social isolation. The project will enrich lives and keep minds active. The project will initially host three groups of seven older people once a fortnight and visit eight older people in their own homes to conduct reminiscence work. The grant will pay the salaries of existing staff, cover material, website development, transport for beneficiaries, sessional fees, overheads, volunteer expenses and staff expenses.

  • Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations


    Grant Amount: £361,500

    The project will increase the research capability of the UK voluntary sector by developing networks and promoting good practice. The project involves all four councils for voluntary organisations. This grant, over two years, will fund a research worker in each country, office equipment, information production costs, travel and general running costs.

  • The Usher Hall Organ Trust


    Grant Amount: £360,000

    Towards the cost of complete refurbishment and restoration of the Usher Hall Organ.

  • Fairbridge


    Grant Amount: £359,504

    This project will help young people in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Each person will have a bespoke development plan which will involve one-to-one support and structured activities. These activities will deal with the barriers to independent living such as drug and alcohol misuse as well as teaching the skills required for independent living such as budgeting and cooking. This grant will fund 15 existing staff members and the project overheads.

  • Scottish Wildlife Trust


    Grant Amount: £358,400

    Developing Ecological Surveying Skills

  • Tailor Ed Foundation


    Grant Amount: £356,113

    This is a newly formed charity that will work with children who have been diagnosed as suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder. The project will work with 150 families who have a child, aged 3-12, who has been diagnosed with ASD. The funding will be used to employ one full time project manager, two full time project workers and one part time administration worker. The money will also be used to purchase office equipment, stationary, software licences and pay organisational overheads including office rent.

  • The Rock Trust


    Grant Amount: £355,917

    The Underground HLC improve the health and well being of socially excluded homeless young people between the age of 16-25. The project will develop a new range of training and volunteering opportunities within the new cafe-style environment to be created. Group work activities, drop-in sessions, one to one support, awareness raising within the target client group will also be delivered. The grant will fund a full-time Youth Development Manager, a full-time Youth Development Worker and training costs.

  • Barnardo's


    Grant Amount: £355,427

    To provide support and information for Asian families living in Glasgow who have children with either a physical disability or a mental health difficulty. The three year grant will be used to fund six staff salaries, to purchase a new building and for office equipment and office costs.

  • Boilerhouse Theatre Company Ltd.


    Grant Amount: £350,900

    Towards the cost of implementing Plan for Change in accordance with application L200110446

  • Workers Educational Association Scottish Association


    Grant Amount: £350,626

    This project will develop a programme called Reach Out which offers educational opportunities for the long term unemployed for people with mental health problems and those with learning difficulties. It will be extended to provide the service for the who

  • The City of Edinburgh Council


    Grant Amount: £350,000

    Glenogle Swim Centre Refurbishment.

  • Edinburgh International Festival Society


    Grant Amount: £350,000

    Towards the cost of ensuring the Edinburgh International Festival 2008 is able to present a full artistic programme in all key venue

  • Theatre Workshop Edinburgh Limited


    Grant Amount: £350,000

    Towards a pilot project to provide training experience and opportunites people with disabilities including professional actor

  • Napier University


    Grant Amount: £349,330

    Screen Academy Scotland Skillset Bursary Fund 2007-2008

  • Voice Of Carers Across Lothian


    Grant Amount: £348,045

    This project will improve the health and well-being of unpaid carers across Edinburgh and Midlothian. The project will support unpaid carers through the provision of a 'resource plan' developed using the 'Person Centred Planning ' methodology. The project will run for 5 years and benefit 1500 unpaid carers by improving mental well-being and confidence allowing them to better meet the challenges of caring in the 21st century and plan for their future.

  • City of Edinburgh Council


    Grant Amount: £346,000

    Broughton Market Museum Stores - Upgrading

  • Castles of Scotland Preservation Trust


    Grant Amount: £345,900

    Liberton Tower, Edinburgh

  • Women Onto Work


    Grant Amount: £344,282

    This project will develop and deliver courses that will provide career development opportunities for women. The initiative will allow the group to work with marginalised women in Scotland to provide sustainable routes into employment through the provision of pre-vocational training courses and specialist aftercare support. The grant will part fund salaries, beneficiary costs, consultancy, marketing, venues and training.