CTSI Local Community Fund – Legacy

CTSI launched the local community fund as a legacy from The Great Tapestry of Scotland, £4000 was raised through sponsorship, donations and sales from the shop that all went into a pot for the first round of applications. Almost £4000 was given out in November 2017 and the following groups were the first to benefit from this local fund.

 

Clackmannanshire Tenants & Residents Federation £300
Tullibody Healthy Living £120
Volunteering Matters £200
Menstrie Mains Residents Association £150
Wee County Steel Band £380
Tillicoultry Community Garden £300
Wee County Men’s Shed £200
Alloa Community Enterprise £227
Home-Start Clackmannanshire £400
Hawkhill Community Association £200
Tullibody History Group £340
Dollar Community Development Trust £150
Tullibody Community Development Trust £200
Clackmannanshire Kinship Carers £345
The Gate Charity £388
Total £3,900

 

2018

Alloa Musical Players £303.42
Alva Scouts £125
Artlink £100
Breathe Easy £250
Clacks Dementia Group £400
Delph Pond Forum £120
Hawkhill Community Association £350
Home-Start Clackmannanshire £120
Hillfoots Community Junior Football Club £360
Muckhart Golf Club – Junior Section £400
Play Alloa £397
Strathcarron Hospice £400
The Gate £150
Thrive Project – Alloa Family Centre £400
Wee County Men’s Shed £400
Wimpy Park Community Group £120
Ochil Mountain Rescue Team £100
Total £4495.42

For more information on the local community fund please contact Julie.mcgrath@ctsi.org.uk or call 01259 213840.