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Kingston DIYBy Ben Deans June 2021
The RevelatorBy Stephen Skrynka March 2021
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Radio Buena VidaBy David Fleming October 2020
Soul Food SistersBy Rachel Edwards September 2020
CAN (Circular Arts Network)By Michelle Emery-Barker June 2020
The Excelsior Adventures Charity Support FundBy Jennifer Jamieson June 2020
The Nature LibraryBy Christina Riley February 2020
Radiant and Brighter Sewing ProjectBy Danielle McCormack December 2019
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Amma Birth CompanionsBy Sarah Zadik September 2019
OverdriveBy Hayley Earlam June 2019
GROWL Tool and Kit Lending LibraryBy Julia Harriman April 2019
Cancer Support ScotlandBy Marlyn Hosie February 2019
Santa Sack Challenge 2018By Jacqueline McKie December 2018
PEEK Project -Possibilities for Each and Every KidBy Lisa McGlone - Steven Mann (Youth Coordinator) October 2018
Let's Make Glasgow's Healthy!By Kay Young August 2018
Free Friday FivesBy Tom Buik June 2018
Recycle Mobility Centre CICBy Elaine Williamson April 2018
Invisible (Glasgow)By Zakia Moulaoui February 2018
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We're the Glasgow Chapter of the Awesome Foundation. A fun way of giving £500, no-strings-attached mini-grants to cool projects that will make the world - and Glasgow - more Awesome!
This round we are offering £1000 to help Glasgow based projects supporting refugees and asylum seekers. As always we are keen to hear from charities, groups or individuals who are based in Glasgow and who have an awesome idea. For this refugee specific round we are looking for ideas and projects that are led by or support refugees and asylum seekers coming to or living in Glasgow. If you wish to apply for a project that is not working with or for refugees please apply later in the year – keep an eye on our social media to find out about when these funding rounds will be.
There are four criteria:
- The project must be based locally (Glasgow - with a G postcode).
- You need to have a budget - prove you have a plan for how additional funds will be raised.
- It has to benefit the local community.
- Most of all, it has to be Awesome
And for this specific round we want to hear how your project supports refugees or asylum seekers. Projects can be new or existing. Finalists will be invited to a gift night which you need to be able to attend in person or online. Travel expenses can be provided if required.
NEXT DEADLINE: Wednesday 14th September 2022
GIFT NIGHT: Wednesday 5th October 2022
Please note that by submitting an application you are agreeing to your data to be stored beyond the duration of this application process. If you would like your details to be removed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note below our 'Trustees' are our backers and the "Deans" are our charity trustees. Awesome Glasgow is a registered SCIO and our Charity Number is SC050756