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June 2014

First Minister announces CashBack funding in Street Soccer Scotland

Over half a million pounds of money from criminals is being used to provide football and work skills training for some of Scotland’s most vulnerable young people. First Minister Alex Salmond announced a total of £600,000 additional funding to extend the Street Soccer (Scotland) Change programme to even more 16-25 year-olds. £500,000 from the Scottish […]

26th June 2014

CashBack teams up with Celtic FC Foundation to kick off new Project in Glasgow

The Scottish Government has announced that £175,000 of CashBack for Communities funding is being awarded to Celtic FC Foundation to create life-changing opportunities for young people across Glasgow. It is the latest award from the third phase of Cashback funding, which so far has seen £74m awarded to projects and initiatives across Scotland since 2007. […]

23rd June 2014

£570,000 CashBack funding supports the Prince’s Trust Scotland Development Awards.

The Scottish Government  announced that a further £570,000 CashBack funding is to be invested to create life-changing opportunities for young people through Development Awards provided through the Prince’s Trust Scotland. With three in four young people who receive a Development Award moving into work, self-employment, education or training, today’s announcement will continue to provide Scotland’s […]

23rd June 2014

CashBack Evaluation is published

ODS Consulting have completed an external evaluation of the CashBack programme which is available to download now. In addition to this,Stripe Communications have produced a brochure containing case studies of young people who have benefited from CashBack funded programmes and a copy of the brochure can also be downloaded here.

17th June 2014