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  • Boy who communicates by blinking wins Brit Writer Award

    Date: 21st July 2010
    Category: Children with disabilities

    Ten year old Adam Bojelian who contributed earlier this year to Together's "What Can the UNCRC Do for You" seminar in Glasgow, talking by blinking on video about Article 12 UNCRC as part of the workshop "Listening to Children with A Disability", won one of the first ever Brit Writers Awards.

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  • The Mansion Trust

    Date: 21st July 2010
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    The Mansion Trust makes grants to both individuals and projects within the UK.

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  • The Britannia Community Fund

    Date: 21st July 2010
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    The Britannia Community fund offers a quick and simple application process to voluntary groups, charities and schools, working within education, specifically numeracy and/or financial literacy, who require donations of up to £1,000. The fund also supports individual customers with a donation of up to £100.

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  • 3H Fund

    Date: 21st July 2010
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    3H Fund has a grant programme to assist disabled people (whether physically or mentally) their families and carers, on low income, to organise a modest holiday for themselves. Grants are given for the accommodation part of a holiday and the holiday must be taken in the UK.

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  • Challenger Children's Fund

    Date: 21st July 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare

    The fund offers small-scale financial help for physically disabled young people in Scotland. It will fund anything that is not provided by statutory sources - so that could mean expenditure such as a washing machine, holiday expenses, clothing, computer hardware or specialised adapted equipment.

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  • Quality of Life for Children and Young People with Long Term Conditions

    Date: 19th July 2010
    Category: Children with disabilities

    LTCAS is working with for Scotland's Disabled Children to gather the views and experiences of children and young people living with a disability and/or long term condition.

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  • BBC Children in Need Small Grants

    Date: 14th July 2010
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    BBC Children in Need are inviting not-for-profit organisations working with disadvantaged children and youg people 18 years and under to apply for grants of up to £10,000 through their small grants scheme.

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  • Family Nurse Partnership programme tests in Edinburgh

    Date: 12th July 2010
    Category: Family Environment and Alternative Care, Basic Health and Welfare

    The FNP programme is now being tested in Scotland and is open to all pregnant teenagers (aged 19 and under) having their first baby and living in Edinburgh.

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  • Scotland’s Young People Consult to Change Their Picture

    Date: 12th July 2010
    Category: Respect for the views of the child

    The Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) has just launched its biggest EVER youth consultation 'Picture the Change' and over the next 3 months are seeking to engage with a whopping 15,000 young people on the issues most important to them to create a brand new youth manifesto.

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  • Aberdeen City Council - Youth Activities Small Grants Fund

    Date: 12th July 2010
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    The aim of the Youth Activities Small Grants Fund is to support children and young people by enabling them to apply for a small amount of funding to help them develop and to take part in activities that might not otherwise be available for them.

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  • The James Caan Foundation

    Date: 12th July 2010
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    The James Caan Foundation was set up by Dragon's Den investor James Caan in 2006, and supports UK charities as well as education initiatives in Pakistan.

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  • Voluntary Health Scotland Manifesto - Help Us Shape the Agenda

    Date: 12th July 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare

    Voluntary Health Scotland plans to distil the broad aspirations and concerns of the sector into a Manifesto for Health to influence Scotland's political party health agendas in the run-up to the Scottish Elections in May 2011.

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  • Scottish Human Rights Commission Survey

    Date: 12th July 2010
    Category: Civil Rights and Freedoms

    The Scottish Human Rights Commission are compiling a new database of organisations which help, campaign for, or support vulnerable people in all parts of the country. Can you help them complete the database by telling them about your organisation? Can you help them map the human rights third sector in Scotland?

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  • Golsoncott Foundation

    Date: 9th July 2010
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    The Golsoncott Foundation aims to promote, maintain, improve and advance the education of the public in the arts generally and in particular the fine arts and music. This includes providing access to the arts for young people and developing new audiences.

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  • The Hedley Foundation

    Date: 9th July 2010
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    The Hedley Foundation is a charitable organisation which supports young people, the disabled and the terminally ill.

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  • Investing in Communities fund opens for business

    Date: 9th July 2010
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    The BIG Lottery Fund has launched its new Investing in Communities funding programme which aims to bring real improvements to communities, tackling need and addressing inequality.

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  • Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme Goes Ahead in Scotland

    Date: 8th July 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare

    The Scottish Government has announced that it is going ahead with the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme, its equivalent of the Vetting and Barring Scheme recently put on ice elsewhere in the UK.

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  • Consultation on the Equality Act 2010

    Date: 2nd July 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Children with disabilities

    The Scottish Government is launching a consultation to seek your views on secondary legislation that will enable the Additional Support Needs Tribunals for Scotland (ASNTS) to hear disability claims (harassment, victimisation and discrimination) cases in school education.

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  • Engage for Education

    Date: 1st July 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Respect for the views of the child

    Are you a parent, child, young person, pupil, student, teacher or educator? Do you work in a school, nursery, college or university? Are you interested in early years or school education, further and higher education, or adult learning and skills? Do you have views and suggestions about how Scottish education could be even better? Have your say on the Scottish Government's new "Engage for Education" website.

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  • Four Acre Trust - Supporting children's and young people's activities

    Date: 30th June 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare

    The Four Acre Trust is inviting registered charities to apply for funding to support activities that give individuals - mainly children and young people - help in making the most of their lives. Eligible activities include: mentoring schemes; youth work in local communities; breaks and holidays for young people; school holiday activity schemes; adventure and other activity/training centres.

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