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Month: October 2021
The fund aims to support adult community-based initiatives to help address the impact of distress and mental ill health caused by social isolation and loneliness.
Projects include a befriending service, which would match volunteers with sufferers who are most isolated, providing vital additional peer support
Dumfries and Galloway Youth Awards are making a comeback in 2021 to once again celebrate the hard work, dedication, and amazing achievements of young people across our region. The event will take place in December, but nominations are open now until midnight on Sunday November 7. You can nominate young people who you feel deserve… Read more »
In this first of its kind funding scheme, TSIs were a direct facilitator for the funding, providing grants through a mix of open and closed funding processes.
The app has been developed as part of a wider concerted effort to make SOSE more accessible to businesses, community groups and individuals in the South of Scotland.
The Scottish Veterans Awards were held in Edinburgh on Wednesday.
Help to create the vision for the ASN Learning Network, an exciting pilot to increase employment opportunities in South of Scotland.
Fears that the region’s efforts to rebuild and regenerate will suffer after 20 years of support for the people of Dumfries and Galloway.
The Poverty and Inequalities Partnership was formed following evaluation of Dumfries and Galloway Council’s first Anti-Poverty Strategy.
£5000 of funding has been allocated in each of the 12 ward areas of Dumfries and Galloway for projects that address priorities identified by young people including mental health, bullying, poverty and youth opportunities.
Charity grateful for council support as it acquires former local authority building in Dumfries to realise founder’s dream of creating centre for older people.