Inspiring Scotland’s Annual Report 22/23 provides an overview of the work undertaken to deliver on strategic priorities and mission to improve the lives of people across Scotland.
In the period we supported over 700 organisations across 16 funding programmes worth over £50m. As well as new funding opportunities being created, nine of programmes provided vital long term funding to organisations, offering five years or more of investment.
Through each of these programmes we bring vital financial support combined with a package of additional support which starts with our team and extends to a whole range of professional expertise delivered through our Specialist Volunteer Network. These additional benefits, which are central to Inspiring Scotland’s approach, bring an array of skills, experience and knowledge to our charity partners, strengthening governance for example, through training and recruitment of board members. The sector tells us that this wrap around support is needed now more than ever.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a six monthly progress report from Inspiring Scotland on the impact of the Autism Innovation and Development Portfolio activity during the period 1st April 2016 to 30th September 2016. We have looked at what activities have been delivered and what impact this is having. It ties togetherRead More
This week’s practitioner’s guide features bite-sized tips on encouraging outdoor play in the our communities from guest contributor Beth Reid, Programme and Development Coordinator at Kingsway Community Connections . These informative tips link in with our latest podcast episode! #TuesdayTipsRead More
This report contains updates on the Support in the Right Direction fund between April and September 2019.Read More