Bikes for Refugees (Scotland)
Providing bikes for refugees to help with resettlement and reducing isolation including provision of 50 welcome packs (helmets, lock, lights) & repairing donated bikes.
Heart of Newhaven Community
Solar panels, and costs towards installation, for a new community hub expected to be used by 500 people
Newhaven Heritage Community Garden
To help local adults and children learn about planting and growing
Dunedin Fencing Club
Part funding towards a project aimed at making fencing more accessible to excluded groups through activities such as training female coaches, provision of para-fencing equipment, funding beginner courses and sessions for residents of deprived areas.
Hibernian Football Club
Part funding towards Bright Sparks project to provide environmental education to 360 pupils delivered by a HCF Youth Support Worker
Lochend Football Academy
Part funding towards replacement goal posts for new pitch to be used by 200 children from Lochend & other deprived areas
Corstorphine Community Centre
Solar panels, and costs towards installation, for a new community centre.
Liberton Primary School – Lighting up Play
£3000 towards lighting up their school ‘Playbox’ and play area so children can play outside in the winter months.
Oaklands School – Oaklands Growing Sustainable Communities
£2750 towards promoting awareness change towards sustainability / carbon reduction through community growing, meadows and interpretation activities.
Drumbrae Leisure Centre – Community Garden
£2954 towards their Community Garden, in collaboration with their Active Communities Programme and Holiday camps.
Friends of Redhall School – School Grounds (wildlife, teaching and environmental education)
£1840 towards Redhall School Garden, to improve their school grounds for wildlife, teaching and environmental education.
Davidson’s Mains Parent Council – Bike Racks
£598 contribution towards provision of school bike racks (co-funded with Sustrans) to encourage pupil participation in active travel.
Buckstone Primary School Parent Council – BPS Recycling Improvement Programme
£2890 towards encouraging behavioural change to maximise the amount of waste recycled by working to educate children, introduce new transparent recycling bins, purchasing books and funding a school trip to a recycling centre.