New Project for Families in Cumbernauld
Cornerstone House Centre has been successful in accessing funding from the Big Lottery Improving Lives Program. This funding is to provide a Family Hub service which will support Cumbernauld families.
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Groundbreaking Project Managed by Cornerstone House Centre
Cornerstone House Centre has been successful in attracting funds from the Scottish Government to make a number of small grants available through the Participatory Budgeting model. ‘PB’ is a new democratic way of involving local people in deciding what is needed for their community. People come together to discuss and decide the types of community actions to be supported from a pot of money.
Cornerstone House Centre invited local groups to apply for grants from ranging from £50 to £2000. Local groups who received funding include: Abronhill Guild of Friendship, Alpha Project, CHRIS Project, Conservation Volunteers, Cornerstone Christian Fellowship, Cumbernauld Community Forum, Cumbernauld Community Parents, Cumbernauld & Kilsyth Unemployed Workers Centre, Cumbernauld Venture Sports Club, Cumbernauld Wildlife Watch Group, Cumbernauld Women’s Watershed Group, Glencryan School, Health Issues in the Community, Hope – Local Garden Group, House of Bread, Indepen-dance, Kilsyth Boys Club 2006, Kilsyth Community Church Sports Club, Not on Your at Christmas, One Parent Families Scotland & Play And Learning Support (PALS).
Contact the Development Team at Cornerstone House Centre for any information regarding our services.
Tele. 01236 739220