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Thenue Communities

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Thenue Communities is a wholly owned subsidiary of Thenue Housing Association. The overall aim of the organisation is to help people living in the communities served to improve their lives. Thenue Communities works closely with local residents to identify local priorities and develop ways of tackling these.

Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre

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Toonspeak provides free high-quality drama and theatre activities for young people living in Glasgow. They work with professional artists to support young people to create their own performances and manage their own projects.

Hear Me

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Hear Me was founded in 2013, in recognition of a gap in provision, providing an outreach service for survivors of recent or historical sexual abuse (men, women and children) in the Angus area.

Passion4Fusion

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Passion4 Fusion uses sports, arts and culture to engage with young people and their families to reduce isolation and marginalisation and empower them to contribute to their communities and wider Scottish society.

Crieff Community Trust

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Crieff Community Trust was set up in 2013 as a community led development organisation working to bring about local improvements based on priorities set out in the town’s first Community Action Plan.

Carers of West Lothian (COWL)

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Carers of West Lothian (COWL) is a well-established charity which offers a range of services to support the needs of unpaid carers and adults with disabilities.

Govan HELP

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Govan HELP was established in 1996 as the Hills Trust Home School Community Support project, based around one school in Govan, to provide support for families and improve home and school links. Govan HELP provides a very important service, which makes a huge difference to its community.

C-Change Scotland – dates-n-mates

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C-Change Scotland is a Scottish charity which provides outcome-focused personalised support to people with learning disabilities, mental health issues and other additional support needs. The charity hosts a project, dates-n-mates, which is Scotland’s national dating and friendship agency run by and for people with learning disabilities.

Easthall Residents Association (ERA)

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Easthall Residents Association (ERA) was formed in 1973 to support residents within the Easthall Community of Greater Easterhouse, Glasgow.

Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust

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Kilmarnock Station Railway Heritage Trust is a SCIO that was formed in 2014 to bring a number of redundant railway offices into community use.

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