The Crime Prevention Fund which is being managed by the Community Foundation for Merseyside is now open and accepting applications from charities, community groups and social enterprises that are working to reduce the opportunities for crime and deterring anti-social and criminal behaviour. 73 more words
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The Community Business Trade Up programme helps the leaders of community businesses and community-focused social enterprises through offering grants of up to £10,000 together with a fully-funded learning programme (12 days spread over six months) and access to a network of like-minded people running similar organisations. 88 more words
A city kilt company has joined the fight against human trafficking.
MacGregor and MacDuff, in Bath Street, is selling a range of products featuring the UN-endorsed Blueheart tartan. 139 more words
Organisations across Scotland supporting hundreds of community-led projects are to receive £8.6 million funding for the year 2017/18, housing minister Kevin Stewart announced yesterday. 150 more words
A SUPPORT group which aims to reduce isolation among elderly people has been boosted by a charity grant.
Barrhead Men’s Shed received £1,910 from Age Scotland and this will be used to buy new tools and safety equipment. 195 more words