Lanarkshire Bursary

Charities and local groups in Lanarkshire, applied for a share of the 2018 CALA Community Bursary

We are pleased to announce the following worthwhile causes have been selected to receive funding from our 2018 Community Bursary:

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East Kilbride Community Transport
Bothwell Road Action Group
Ponies Help Children
East Kilbride Quirky Quilters
East Kilbride FC Blues

We would like to thank everyone who took the time to apply and congratulate them all on the significant contribution they are making to their local community.

Scroll to find out more about the bursary helped charities and local groups in your area in 2017.

Picture - Nick Ponty CALA Homes (West) has announced the winning recipients of its £5,000 communitybursary initiative across Glasgow following a flurry of applications for a portion of the regional pot.The luxury homebuilder welcomed applications from local charities, community groups and organisations across Glasgow who applied for a share of the bursary.In total, six charities across Glasgow were selected to receive support from the CALAfunding scheme including Building Futures, a female-led construction social enterprise which received a grant of £1,000.L-RShalinay Raghavan from Building Futures, Olivia Anderson, Ayesha Bibi,   Louise Dunn, marketing manager, CALA Homes (West).Building Futures was set up by Shalinay Raghavan in 2015 to offer women access to the construction industry through training and support. The funding boost will allow the organisation to fit out a new skills hub. 

Shanlinay commented, “We are over the moon to have been selected out of so many amazing applicants.  This money will make a huge difference to the women we already support, and help even more disadvantaged women in Scotland to upskill and explore opportunities in construction.” 

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