Ripple Effect – Glasgow Funding

Please see below details from Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership about a new fund open to community organisations

The Ripple Effect Community Activity Fund has been provided by Glasgow City Alcohol and Drug Partnership and is co-ordinated by Glasgow City Health & Social Care Partnership Health Improvement.  The fund is for local community groups, voluntary groups and organisations (not Educational Establishments) to:

  • Address the recommendations from the Ripple Effect community research
  • Deliver activity from January 2021.

All the information you need to apply for the funding, including the background to The Ripple Effect, along with the evidence base for a range of work relating to alcohol and drugs can be found at the following link – https://indd.adobe.com/view/32dd7463-3b6b-411f-a29b-4828a32f158e

The different ‘cogs’ within the toolkit should help provide ideas of work you might consider taking forward along with the latest evidence for alcohol and drug prevention.  To apply for the funding, please complete the proposal form within the application pack that can be found on the funding ‘cog’.  In addition to addressing the recommendations from the Ripple Effect community research, we are encouraging proposals that recognise the wider impacts and harms on health and wellbeing as a result of COVID-19, with a particular focus on inequalities and vulnerability.  Innovation and creativity are also encouraged in proposals.

Please note the toolkit is interactive and is designed to be navigated using the buttons and links contained within each page. Please try to avoid using the arrows that sit to the right and left of the screen. For optimal viewing please ensure you are viewing the toolkit in ‘full screen’ (move your mouse towards the bottom of the screen and select the ‘full screen’ icon to the right of the zoom in/out icons.)

Please don’t hesitate to contact Nicola Scott, Health Improvement if you require further information regarding any aspect of the funding or support to complete your proposal.

Timescales:

Proposal: Must be submitted by Friday 6th November 2020.

Funding Award: Applicants will be notified by Friday 27th November 2020.  Award letters will detail procedures for invoicing etc.

Activities/Programme: Should commence in January 2021 and delivery timescales can be flexible.

Evaluation: An evaluation report, including financial breakdown, must be submitted on completion of funded activity.  Deadline will be agreed with your project’s Health Improvement link.

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