The Highland Substance Awareness Toolkit is an online library that provides valuable information in relation to substances in Highland. The topics covered include Tobacco, Alcohol and many others. Click here to view the toolkit.
Some very useful information from the money-saving expert on how to tackle the rising cost of energy bills.
Grants of between £5,000 and £50,000 are available for public, third and community sector organisations in Scotland thatwant to change people’s everyday travel behavior; encouraging people to use sustainable travel choices for longer journeys,walking and cycling for short journeys, and home-working to replace daily commutes.Deadline: Ongoing https://www.pathsforall.org.uk/pfa/get-involved/smarter-choices-smarter-places-open-fund.html
Grants for less than £5,000 are available for registered charities undertaking projects to support disadvantaged and disabledchildren who are under 13 years of age within the UK and abroad.Deadline Ongoing https://toytrust.co.uk/
This 6 session online programme looks to offer support, professional advice, peer support and community connections to individuals suffering from the loss of a loved one who had dementia.
Living with a loved one’s problematic substance use can cause stress, anxiety and distress within a home and in some cases can tear families apart. It can be extremely beneficial to seek support to help yourself cope with the situation that you may have now found yourself in. The support group is managed by familyContinue reading “Caithness Family Support Group”
MFR Cash for Kids is a grant-giving charity helping the children that need it most. The grant rounds support children from birth up to and including 18 years of age who are vulnerable, come from disadvantaged backgrounds or are living with an illness or disability. We also provide a lifeline to many other charities, organisationsContinue reading “MFR Cash For Kids”
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is calling for charities and individuals across the country to apply for its annual charity awards. Now in its 16th year, the Scottish Charity Awards highlight the best, most innovative and effective charities, social enterprises, community groups and individuals from the past year and celebrates those who make a difference inContinue reading “Scottish Charity Awards”