P4P have advised us that Glasgow Clyde College and Glasgow Kelvin have out to tender three year contracts for catering across the campuses – deadline is 28th April through Public Scotland Contracts
The £20million fund to support organisations across the third sector who are at risk of closure due to the disruption caused by Coronavirus. The fund will distribute emergency funds over the coming months.
National Emergencies Trust - A National Coronavirus appeal has been launched to raise funds for local charities and grassroots organisations. In Scotland, funds will be distributed by Foundation Scotland, a Wellbeing Fund - A £50 million Wellbeing Fund will provide support to third sector partners, and Supporting Communities Fund - A 40 million fund will support community efforts at local level
The fund is to release £1,000,000 from his personal charity fund to provide grants of £5,000 to £20,000 to small registered charities, or local arms of bigger charities, across the UK – to help with specific UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects.
The Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is seeking a high quality forward thinking organisation(s) to deliver services which improve the mental health and wellbeing and emotional resilience of young people who are negatively affected or are at risk of being affected by poor mental health. This programme will complement the work of the HSCP workforce and partners. This programme of work will provide an important contribution to the young people’s mental health improvement framework.
Our current website has served us well and has grown with us since 2013. With a changing landscape and more people using technology than ever before we want to ensure that our website remains fit for purpose for both internal and external use.
Glasgow City Council has a requirement for the supply and delivery of Bread, Rolls and Bakery products.
St Peter’s Mental Health Supported Living Service will support Glasgow HSCP to respond effectively and improve outcomes for adults with severe and enduring mental health problems and complex needs which impact on their lives and ability to engage in their community.
Glasgow’s Co-operative and Social Enterprise Fund is now open!
Boost It is a brand new fund to help social enterprises that have been trading for up to three years to strengthen their businesses so they can successfully sustain trading. It can also help social enterprises at the start-up stage if they need an injection of capital to be able to test the idea.
The National Lottery’s are marking their 25th birthday by bringing people together and offering people and communities with great ideas the chance to receive a grant between £100 and £1,000. You can apply between now and 2pm on Friday 6 December 2019.
Impact Funding Partners are delighted to be managing the Wellbeing for Longer in Glasgow Festive Fund 2019 on behalf of Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership (GHSCP).
The Climate Action Fund will support communities across the UK to take action on climate change. These communities will demonstrate what is possible when people take the lead in tackling climate change. With National Lottery funding, they will work together, share their learning and be active participants in a broader movement of change.
The Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership is seeking a dynamic organisation(s) or partnerships of organisation(s), to deliver Employability Services across Glasgow City.
Scottish Government are consulting on how any replacement funding vehicle could best meet the needs of our citizens, our businesses and our communities.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has issued an Invitation to Tender for the Employability Fund (EF) Programme for 2020/21 with two further optional 1 year extension periods for 2021/22 and 2022/23, and includes funding for those participants who started prior to 1 April 2020. The interventions offered through EF continue to map to stages 2 to 4 of the strategic skills pipeline (SSP), and aim to assist unemployed individuals to progress towards and into employment. (Deadline: Noon, 2nd December)
Support for third sector organisations delivering Scotland’s new benefits system.
The Fund is informed by the Glasgow City Council Strategic Plan and enables community organisations to provide nutritious food to children/young people using their services during school holiday periods. The Fund is for children/young people 0-18 years of age.
The Grant fund is aimed at delivering projects which drive economic activity and create successful, inclusive and vibrant local town centres. This programme funded by Scottish Government is being administered through Glasgow City Council which is delivering through 3 strands of work which includes this programme to support locally delivered projects.
As you will be aware the deadline for submitting an application to the Glasgow Communities Fund is Friday 25 of October 2019 at 5pm – any applications received after this time will not be considered.