Several projects applied for money in Renfrew
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The projects in this area are:
Afroscots United Fc, Afroscots Fitcamp £2000
Afroscots Fit camp offers teens an opportunity to get out of their routine, socialise, learn, keep fit and make friends. The coaches are fitness experts with a wealth of experience in Scottish football and make exercising fun. Take a look at our training sessions below.
Always included. - £2000
The main project is a cafe for our young people and adults but we would also love to be able to buy some of these young people a piece of electrical equipment at home whether it be a tv a computer console or even a bike.
I Am Me Scotland - I Am Me Online Resources. - £2000
We would love your help to develop a range of interactive, fun and engaging resources which will be available for High School Pupils (we are just finalising a pack for primary pupils). These resources will:
- Focus on disabilities, highlighting that most disabilities are not visible (dyslexia, ADHD, Epilepsy, Diabetes etc)
- Developing a range of mental health resources and a directory of support available for young people
- Discuss and highlight the impact of bullying
- Discuss and highlight the consequences of hate crime
- And most Importantly, encourage positive acceptance of diversity and promote the ethos of #BeKind
Lamont Farm Project. - £2000
Lamont Farm is dedicated to helping and supporting young people from all walks of life, whether it is in just allowing them to come and visit and pet, providing a young person with the chance of joining the team, or providing them with a work experience placement to aid in furthering their education towards their career goals, and it will continue to do so for as long as we still have young people interested.
Loud n Proud - Future Music. - £2000
This project provides young people with the opportunity to use professional recording equipment create and record their own songs. Through a series of workshops with input from professional tutors young people will:
- Learn how to produce, arrange and mix their own songs
- Learn how to record various instruments and vocals
- Be taught how to record and create music.
- Develop skills in lyric writing and music production
- Learn how to set-up and use recording studio equipment
The aim of the project is to help realise the musical potential of young people by creating environments that best support their musical development.
Paisley Pirates Supporters Club (applying on behalf of Nicola Roy) - Junior Development. - £2000
The Paisley Pirates are an Ice Hockey team based in Braehead Arena. We play in the Scottish National League with most of our players from the local area, who learned how to skate and play in our local ice rinks. It is a fun, fast paced sport played in a modern arena. Off ice at every game there are fun competitions to take part in and you can always pick up a souvenir or a snack from merchandise and tuck tables. It is a low cost enjoyable family night out.
Renfrewshire Carers Centre - Young Carers Boys Group. - £1886
Renfrewshire Carers Centre, Young Carers Project, wish to provide a "boys group" to male and non binary Young Carers between 8-18 years in Renfrewshire. Male carers may find it more difficult to ask for help and to balance education, work and caring, particularly if they are the main carer. This group will offer a safe and nurturing place where only male young carers can get a break from caring, be a child first, reduce isolation, reduce the stigma of caring & recognise particular needs of male carers through fun, engaging group activities. We hope improve the mental health and well-being of our male young carers in Renfrewshire. Male young carers give so much time and attention to their loved ones who have an illness, disability, drugs or alcohol misuse or poor mental health. I would like you to recognise and reward their heroic contribution Young carers make in our community!
Renfrew High Sports Leaders - Renfrew High Sports Leaders. - £2000
We will create a group of 50 new S4-S6 Sports Leaders in Renfrew High School. The pupils will complete a formally recognised qualification and will lead sport and physical activity sessions in RHS, associated primary schools and the wider community.
As young leaders, they will play a big part in re-building the community after Covid and positively influence others through volunteering and providing activity sessions for all age groups, now and in future years.
Renfrew Rocks - Youth Development In Basketball. - £2000
Our project is to focus on coaching basketball amongst the local youth players at all ages brackets. By giving them a pathway to competitive sport, this will promote both physical and mental well being along with giving a sense of purpose and raising self esteem. By having more participation this can aid their own personal development as they continue in life and being involved in team structures from an early age can give valuable life skills.
Renfrew YMCA SCIO - #IAMWHOLE. - £1800
To train young people in Renfrew to become mental health ambassadors to reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health. Taking the #IAMWHOLE pledge to challenge stigma and discrimination, raise awareness and look after our own mental health. To increase awareness and education of mental health across Renfrew. To support to overcome negative mental health impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
St Mirren Youth Football Club - Young Football Coach Ambassador Project. - £2000
After initial recruitment and training, the Young Coach Ambassadors will be guided into creating, designing, developing and delivering a Community based coaching programme, run by young people aimed at even younger people. The idea is to help develop the Coaches of the future, to develop the young football players of the future!
Trinity High School Sports Leaders - Enhanced Sports Leaders. - £850
Trinity High School aims to further strengthen the current Sports Leaders programme making sure ALL Students are encouraged to maximise their talents, achieve their potential both inside and outside the classroom and grow as responsible individuals who are able to contribute positively to the full community. Any extra support available would allow us to up skill and educate all the young people allowing them to stand out in these tough economic times and pass on all the knowledge they have gathered in a safe, fun and fully inclusive environment. As a team we aim to deliver over 500 voluntary hours of FREE coaching to the students both in a school and community setting if we are successful in achieving this additional funding.
Young Enterprise Renfrewshire. - £2000
Young Enterprise Renfrewshire is where young people can learn real employability skills by designing a product or service and taking it to market - selling to real customers and generating real income. Supported by a teacher in school and an external business adviser the programme is a great opportunity to develop skills, build confidence and have fun.
Rainbow Turtle - Fair Trade Education Project - £750
To build on Rainbow Turtle’s education work, creating informed and active global citizens locally, particularly from young people and their teachers. This will include the facilitation of workshops and activities on Fair Trade and its environmental impact, to connect not only with the Fairtrade Schools awards system but also the Eco Schools and Rights Respecting Schools awards. With a focus on this local partnership’s interest in supporting social connections, Rainbow Turtle facilitates the sharing of resources and skills with our regular schools conferences, where teachers and pupils can exchange ideas on Fair Trade and global citizenship. The project will run from September 2020 to September 2021.