Set up by the Inspired Community Enterprise Trust with support from various funders including The Big Lottery Fund, The Holywood Trust, Dumfries and Galloway Council and NHS, The Wooden Spoon and Solway Heritage, the core objective of The Usual Place is to create employability, training and wider citizenship opportunities for young adults with additional supportRead More
The Grassmarket Mission was founded in 1890 and has historically provided a variety of services to homeless people in the Grassmarket area of Edinburgh where they traditionally gathered.Â Grassmarket Community Project takes an innovative approach to creating community and providing sanctuary and support to participants, many of whom are amongst the most vulnerable of our citizens.Read More
CEIS Ayrshire provides a comprehensive employability, business services and recruitmentÂ and skills development service.Â Through engagement with businesses in a partnership approach to recruitment and workforce planning CEIS Ayrshire aims to create a link between jobseekers and employers.Read More
Part of Organised Outdoor Community Play Fund and GCC Active Play Fund. Possibilities for Each and Every Kid was established in 2000 and has been operating for 20 years as a charity supporting children and young people aged 0-25 years and their families impacted by poverty across Glasgow. Through play, creative arts and community developmentRead More
Station House Media Unit (SHMU) supports participation in community media work in regeneration areas in Central and North Aberdeen. For its Creative Communities project, SHMU works with disadvantaged and vulnerable people in North East of Scotland on a variety of community media projectsRead More
Kirkcaldy YMCA is a vibrant local community hub for children, young people and families providing a wide range of programmes all year round and involving large numbers of volunteers. Kirkcaldy YMCA is one of the 13 charities supported by the intandem portfolio. More information is available here: www.intandem.scot Kirkcaldy YMCAâ€™s Creative Communities project helps supportRead More
Move On works in Glasgow and Edinburgh supporting vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness to take control of their lives and achieve their aspirations and goals.Â Investment from Our Future Now enables Move On to deliver a person-centred, trauma informed and flexible service, featuring: 1:1 longer-term transition support (including 1:1 mentoring), personal development,Read More
Aberdeen FoyerÂ provides housing support to young people aged 16 years and over in crisis situations. This core service is complemented by a holistic range of programs including money management, employability initiatives and counselling.Â OFN Fund investment supports those aged 16-25 who have been, or are at risk of, exclusion from education and supports the provision ofÂ aRead More
Callander Youth ProjectÂ serves the young people in a 400 square mile area of rural Stirlingshire. It is rooted in the community and offers a continuum of services for young people from primary school through to the age of 25. 14:19 Fund investment supports the expansion of the accredited employability support programme, Steps to Work, whichRead More
FARE Scotland (Family Action in Rogerfield and Easterhouse) is a voluntary organisation working within disadvantaged communities throughout Central Scotland. FARE strive to raise people’s aspirations, encourage them to become more involved in their communities, create opportunities for personal development and equip them with the skills required to deal with the demands of 21st century life.Read More
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