- Health projects funding available in SW Edinburgh
- Want to learn about fundraising?
- Five things is changing…..for a while!
- Glow Gold September
- Allotments in the city
If you are running a project in the south west of Edinburgh then there may be funding available from The City of Edinburgh Council.
The council has a pot of £40,000 which they have set aside for applications focussing on health, health promotion and making healthy life choices. The projects should also target a wide age range or equalities groups. The Fund is called Health Matters and there is more information here.
Our daily Five things you need to know today article is not going to be published every single day in October…. why? we hear you ask?
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Ben Macpherson MSP says he was proud to welcome the Glow Gold September campaign in the Scottish Parliament to support them in their mission to get the world “Glowing Gold” to change the face of childhood cancer.
The Edinburgh Northern and Leith MSP met with a group of parents and grandparents, on Thursday 22 September, from the Glow Gold September campaign to find out how everyone in Edinburgh can “glow gold” and do their bit to raise the profile of childhood cancer and help raise awareness of the early warning signs and symptoms.
The Council is in the process of revising its current Allotment Strategy “Cultivating Communities – A Growing Challenge” and would like to gather public feedback on the draft to date.
If you would like you to participate in the public survey then click on this link https://consultationhub.
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