Funding in East Renfrewshire

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Early Years Scotland and Care and Learning Alliance are administering a fund for Parent, Baby and Toddler Playgroups. This fund will support Parent Baby and Toddler Groups to be part of the Get Into Summer Campaign. Funding can cover anything that contributes to Get into Summer outcomes. For example, rent, insurance (can be annual), play and learning resources (e.g.sandpit, sand and sand toys to support outdoor play), PPE, annual membership etc. You need to be open and providing at least one activity or session before 31st August 2021 to qualify for the funding.
Bringing People Together funding can support projects that will build stronger connections across communities, and improve the infrastructure and conditions that are needed to strengthen these connections. They are interested in: - bold and experimental responses to bringing people together using new, or new combinations of approaches - new projects or projects that build on existing work - a range of projects reflecting a mix of communities and places from across the UK.
Funding to support communities to bring real improvements to the places they live and the wellbeing of those in need. They will fund organisations to deliver work that achieves the following outcomes: - Everyone in the community has the opportunity to influence and get involved in community led activity - People in the community are better connected and work together to improve their wellbeing.
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Creative Scotland - Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund

Last reviewed 4 days ago
The purpose of this further round of funding is to continue to support the immediate and critical financial needs of venues which programme theatre and/or dance and/or music, and to help them remain solvent during the period of closure to the public and to mitigate the ongoing impact of the pandemic. The fund also makes provision to commission or employ freelance artists and creative practitioners in the immediate term to ensure continued engagement with audiences. This funding is to bridge an evidenced financial gap until re-opening is viable and income projections are more sustainable. This fund is being launched at the same time as the second round of the Culture Organisations and Venues Recovery Fund, which is for organisations that derive their income from providing cultural activity to the public and organisations that play a critical role in enabling that activity. Some venues will be potentially eligible to apply to either of these funds – but applicants can only apply to one of the funds, not both.
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Corra Foundation - Partnership Drugs Initiative

Last reviewed 3 days ago
PDI is focused on supporting projects delivering in communities across Scotland that aim to increase the well-being of children and young people affected by drugs and alcohol with the three target areas of support, children and young people that are: - At risk of physical and/or emotional neglect due to their parent/carers alcohol and/or other drug use, - Struggling to understand or manage change and feelings due to their parents/carers recovery from alcohol and/or drugs. - Likely to experiment or use alcohol and other drugs as a coping mechanism by showing signs of: multiple adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), their own risky or damaging use of alcohol and or/other drugs. PDI works closely with all potential and supported groups to help improve their approach and understanding of what it takes to make a difference to children and young people. Support for groups is offered by sharing staff learning, and knowledge from other groups and partners.
This fund is part of the package of COVID-19 support established by the Scottish Government to help support organisations that are vital to the cultural life of Scotland and require funding to help prevent insolvency and/or significant job losses due to the impact of COVID-19. This fund is being launched at the same time as the second round of the Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund which is for organisations that operate venues whose primary purpose and source of income is presenting an all-year round programme of professional theatre and/ or dance and/or music to paying audience. All other eligible cultural venues and organisations are invited to apply to this fund.

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