Partners & Funders

Funders

YEAR

GRANT (£)

GRANT PROVIDER

PROJECT

2010

40,000

Scottish Govt (Wider Role)

Financial Inclusion Trainees

2010

17,000

Glasgow Housing Association (GHA)

Urban Fox

2010

95,000

Climate Challenge Fund

Bridgeton Energy Efficiency Project

2011

60,000

Clyde Gateway

Learning Works

2011

20,000

Scottish Govt (Wider Role)

Learning Works

2012

823,000

Big Lottery

Calton Heritage & Learning Centre

2012

100,000

Glasgow City Council

Calton Heritage & Learning Centre

2012

50,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Urban Fox

2012

5,000

GHA

Urban Fox

2012

10,000

NHS Glasgow

Learning Works

2012

125,000

Clyde Gateway

Learning Works

2013

130,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Learning Works

2013

81,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Smart Communities

2013

35,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Family Support (Aberlour)

2013

5,000

GHA

Urban Fox

2013

445,000

Big Lottery

Learning Works

2013

168,000

Big Lottery

Support & Connect

2014

10,000

Big Lottery (Awards for All)

Gardening training (Impact Arts)

2014

150,000

Climate Challenge Fund

Urban Green Cranhill (Impact Arts)

2015

71,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Smart Communities

2015

32,000

Scottish Govt (PCF)

Urban Fox / Jeely Piece

2015

60,000

Clyde Gateway

Learning Works

2015

3,500

GHA

Urban Green Cranhill (Impact Arts)

£2,535,500

The projects and activities that make up our Thenue Community work cost money to deliver, over £400,000 each year, and could not happen without the generous support of a number of grant funding agencies. The table above summarises where this funding has come from since 2005.

Partners

PROJECT

PARTNER

Learning Works

Glasgow Kelvin College

Jobs and Business Glasgow

Job Centre Plus

Smart Communities

Coder Dojo

Glasgow Clyde College

Glasgow Kelvin College

Scottish Veterans Housing Association

Urban Green Cranhill

Impact Arts

Cranhill Area Association

Cranhill Development Trust

Cranhill Community Centre

Glasgow Housing Association

Cranhill Arts Project

Castlemilk Youth Health Project

Urban Fox

Jeely Piece Club

Netherholm Area Association

To ensure that our projects are responsive to the needs of the communities we serve, we work closely with people who live in those areas. We work most closely with resident’s groups, Area Associations, in Calton; Bridgeton / Dalmarnock; Cranhill and Castlemilk to identify priorities specific to each area and to develop activities that help to tackle these.

Our regeneration work does not take place in isolation and many other organisations also deliver services in our communities. In order to maximise the use of resources and to avoid duplication of effort we work in partnership with several of these. This can range from delivering activities jointly to Thenue ‘sub-contracting’ work to organisations that have specific expertise that we lack. The table above gives a snapshot of our partners for each of our projects.