Funding success for Stirling charity

Stirling Carers Centre has secured £5,200 of funding in the latest round of awards from Corra Foundation. The money will be used to help pay the rent of the Carers Centre. Mary Craig OBE, Chief Executive of Corra Foundation, said: “Stirling Carers Centre provides a support for carers of all ages, ranging from information and...
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Funding success for East Ayrshire charity

The Avenue Childcare Services, a local charity based in Onthank in Kilmarnock, has secured £4,200 in the latest awards from Corra Foundation. Mary Craig OBE, Chief Executive of Corra Foundation, said: “We are delighted to be funding this work which helps make life better for local families. The right support at the right time can...
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Funding success for Moray charity

Moray Fresh Start, a local charity based in Elgin, has secured £2,500 in the latest awards from Corra Foundation. Mary Craig OBE, Chief Executive of Corra Foundation, said: “We are delighted to be funding this work which helps make life better for local people who have been homeless and are moving into permanent accommodation. The...
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Triple success for Dundee charities

Three Dundee charities have secured funding in the latest awards from Corra Foundation. A total of £12,816 will be split between the Brittle Bone Society, Spectrum and St John’s Boomerang, with all three using the funding to help pay for members of staff. St John’s Boomerang is based in the halls of St John’s Episcopal...
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Aberdeenshire charities secure funding

Two Aberdeenshire charities have secured £5,800 of funding in the latest awards from Corra Foundation. The Weekend Respite Project is based in the Invercarron Resource Centre in Stonehaven and provides services for local elderly and disabled people. As well as providing lunch there are also outings and seasonal parties, which help people stay socially active...
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Summer boost for Scottish charities

Forty eight Scottish charities are celebrating awards totalling more than £660,000 from Corra Foundation. The awards range from £500 to £113,770, and are all aimed at improving the lives of people across Scotland. Eight awards totalling £491,296 are for work with children and young people from Orkney to the Scottish Borders who are affected by...
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Funding success for West Lothian charities

Two West Lothian charities have secured £7,000 between them. The money is coming from Corra Foundation, with £4,000 awarded to Home-Start West Lothian and £3,000 to the No Limits Club. Home-Start West Lothian will use the funding to help pay for the salary of a part time Group Worker. No Limits Club’s grant will go...
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Funding success for Midlothian charities

Two Midlothian charities have secured £7,035 between them to help cover their salary costs and buy equipment. The money is coming from Corra Foundation, with £4,000 awarded to Mayfield & Easthouses Youth 2000, £2,500 to the Bill Russell Woodburn Youth Project and £535 to Bonnyrigg & Lasswade Seniors Forum. Mary Craig OBE, Chief Executive of...
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