Our Gold Award Winners

Our Gold Award Winners are already changing lives across the country.  You can find out more about each project by clicking on the links below.  You’ll be able to watch a short video about each project, and download more information about the project.
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Our 2016 Winners

 

LOCAL MATTERS- East Lothian Council – Beach Wheelchair Project

The Beach Wheelchair Project provides beach wheelchairs for adults and children on loan, free of charge from the Beach Wheelchair hut at North Berwick harbour. The project addresses inequality and has enhanced the lives of people with a disability who are now able to enjoy being on the beach along with friends and family.

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STRONG AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES- Angus Council- Crowdfund Angus

Crowdfund Angus is a new innovative way of showcasing local projects, ideas and businesses through a video, blog and funding campaign. It has enabled local projects to fulfil their funding needs, gain support, validate their idea and start engaging the crowd to support Angus and Scotland as a whole through growing their business, empowering community groups and helping individuals to achieve their dreams

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TACKLING INEQUALITIES AND IMPROVING HEALTH- City of Edinburgh Council- VIP (Visually Impaired People) Service

Edinburgh City Libraries VIP service is an innovative new service which helps people who are blind or partially sighted to live independently. The service was designed by blind and partially sighted people and supports their information, learning and employment needs, while linking them to community initiatives and social activity.

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ACHIEVING BETTER OUTCOMES- Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils- Implementing the Autism Strategy in Stirling and Clackmannanshire

Stirling & Clackmannanshire Councils and their partner agencies have developed a 10-year Autism Strategy which has been recognised by Stirling Community Planning Partnership (CPP), Clackmannanshire Alliance Community Planning and the councils’ elected members as a positive example of what can be achieved through partnership working and meaningful engagement.

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SERVICE INNOVATION AND IMPROVEMENT- West Dunbartonshire Council – Working4U Best Fit for the Future

Working4U addresses the root causes of poverty, as well as the symptoms, by specifically tackling unemployment and benefit dependency. It is a multi-disciplinary service that supports people who are unemployed or under employed progress towards and move into work.

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Gold Award Winners 2011

Gold Award Winners 2012

Gold Award Winners 2013

Gold Award Winners 2014

Gold Award Winners 2015

Gold Award Winners 2016

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2016 GOLD AWARD WINNERS

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