Grant Awards

2019 Grant Awards

For information about 2019 grant applications, please click here.

2018 Grant Awards

Grants awarded in 2018 will be listed here soon.

2017 Grant Awards

In our first ten months (August 2017-June 2018) we supported the following charities:

Kilbryde HospiceItalia Scotland
BiPolar ScotlandDeaf Connections
Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus ScotlandGlasgow Home-Start North
Pride Proms ProjectParent Campus Transport

Spinabifida Hydrocephalus Scotland

In May 2018, Big Impact raised £5815.15 for Spinabifida Hydrocephalus Scotland.

It was great to meet with the team from Big Impact this morning. They came in to present us with a cheque for £5815.15 raised from their Scottish Entertainment Awards. A Big thank you to everyone who donated and for choosing us. The money will go into our essential funding of family support workers providing services right across Scotland

Glasgow Home-Start North

At the beginning of 2018, Home-Start Glasgow North received a grant from Big Impact of over £900. The money was used to deliver Child Protection update training which is mandatory for all staff & volunteers in line with Home-Start procedures, alongside further training on the importance of nurture and attachment in child development. The course was able to run on two separate days thanks to the grant as there was a high demand from volunteers.

A representative from Home-Start Glasgow North said:

“In sum, this very valuable training was popular and appreciated by attendees with people’s knowledge increasing, and we are very grateful to Big Impact for enabling us to provide this excellent opportunity.”

Kilbryde Hospice

Kilbryde Hospice received a grant from Big Impact of £500.

A representative of the Hospice said:

“Many thanks for the very kind donation of £500 for Kilbryde Hospice – it is very gratefully appreciated and will go a long way to providing care for people throughout Lanarkshire who are affected by life limiting illnesses. Here at Kilbryde Hospice we provide Day Services, Care @ Home Services and Drop-in Services and we will be opening our 12-bed in-patient unit later on in the summer, so your support really is appreciated.”

Pictured (L-R): Kilbryde Hospice Director, Lady Susan Haughey; Robert Miller; Kilbryde Hospice Fundraising & Commercial Manager, Lesley Wiggins and May Miller

We would like to thank all those who have given generously to enable Big Impact to support the above charities.