Where Can The Money Go: Paisley East

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The projects in this area are:

 

Bungalow Enterprises CIC

Going Live - £2500

With our expertise and knowledge of live shows, we will be able to prepare young people, give them the confidence and belief that they can get onto a stage and perform. To play at a live event without worrying about selling tickets or hiring a venue (this will be free) will break down barriers that stop young people from being able to play live and learn how to develop their songs on a professional stage with professional equipment.

 

Kelburne Hockey Club

Community Hockey Coaching programme - £2000

The purpose of the project is to reengage the local community with the sport of hockey following the pandemic. Were you inspired by the Olympics or next year's Commonwealth Games, then this programme will allow you an opportunity to set you on the path which will allow you to grow a love for the sport.

 

Loud n Proud

Music Video Workshops - £2500

There are very few opportunities for young people to learn about making a professional-level music video. This will be a fantastic opportunity to learn how it all works. It doesn't stop there. The young people attending the course can go on and make videos in any subject they choose. Being part of the project may inspire them to attend a film-making course at College or University.

 

Outspoken Arts Scotland Limited

Artworks - Free Creative Learning Workshops - £2500

An exciting programme of FREE art workshops in painting, drawing, textiles, and animation to help young people on their learning journey.  These will help sustain the development of art portfolios and offer guidance in further education, training, or work opportunities.

 

Own Yer Bike (SCIO)

Own Yer Bike (SCIO) - £2276.74

Own Yer Bike would like to build on the increased uptake of cycling by local children, young people, and their families and would like to continue to offer free bikes, bike repairs, and services to those experiencing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic. The promotion of cycling as a means of regular exercise and active travel helping tackle historical health inequalities in a positive way.

 

PACE Theatre Company Ltd

PACE Youth Theatre Bursary Programme - £2500

Free bursary places at PACE Youth Theatre for local young people aged 3-21 whose financial circumstances, due to the impact of COVID-19 or otherwise, mean that they are unable to participate. Benefits of youth theatre participation include improved confidence, mental wellbeing, communication skills, creative thinking, and enhanced employment prospects.

 

Paisley Rugby Football Club

Equipment, Kit, and Individual Recognition Project for PRFC Junior Section - £2495

Paisley Rugby Club has over 100 junior members from ages 5 to 17. We would be delighted to be able to buy new and quality training items and equipment to provide the best possible rugby training sessions and games for these children. We would also love to be able to provide key rugby items such as gum shields, water bottles, and rugby socks to our junior members as well as a card and small cake as an individual birthday gesture to all children.

 

Who cares? Scotland

Care 2 Connect - £2500

Young people can progress through the levels of participation to effect change

  • Community partner groups
  • Activities for belonging, care identity, and voice
  • Influencing for social change

Our project will ensure care experienced young people that live in the community get the same opportunities as others their age.  

 

YOUTH INTERVENTIONS

A YI COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS - £2323.28

YI Christmas Carolling and Basket Giving! Creating and Giving Christmas Gift Baskets to the elderly of the Community. YI engaged with the younger community and families during lockdown with doorstep visits with emotional wellbeing packs and at Christmas with gifts to children (please see Facebook Youth Interventions). It was so rewarding for everyone & the young people would like to do the same with the elderly people from their community.