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About CashBack for Communities

CashBack for Communities is a unique Scottish Government programme which uses the funds recovered from criminals under the Proceeds of Crime to deliver a variety of diversionary activities for young people, with a strong focus on supporting communities most affected by crime.  Since 2008, £110 million has been committed to community initiatives to improve the quality of life of young people right across Scotland.

This report contains details of CashBack for Communities funded activities and projects within your local authority area, covering the programme’s achievements in supporting young people since the programme’s inception in 2008 up to 2021.

The short animation below describes the CashBack for Communities programme and the life-changing impacts it has had for thousands of young people across Scotland.

Cashback for Communities 24 partners continue to deliver a variety of activities which range from diversionary youth work to more long-term potentially life-changing intervention projects which provide young people the opportunity of getting into employment, education, training or volunteering.

This page identifies which CashBack Partner projects or young people from this local authority have been supported by CashBack for Communities.

Please Note: Activity numbers represent the total number of activities and opportunities that young people have taken advantage of as a result of CashBack funding. It should be noted that CashBack partners may have worked with some of the same young people over a number of years. Therefore, the total annual activity and opportunity figures might not directly correlate to the number of individual young people who have benefited from the programme.

Partner investment in 2020-2021

Annual Report

Evaluation Report

Project Spend

Activities

Access to Industry

£20,934
23

Achieve More Scotland

£109,447
573

Action for Children

£96,309
43

basketballscotland

£79,182
229

Celtic FC Foundation

£42,204
45

Cyrenians

£6,514
1

Impact Arts

£37,302
38

National Autistic Society

£136,798
28
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland logo

Ocean Youth Trust Scotland

£37,868
20

Rangers Charity Foundation

£25,929
16
Scottish Sports Futures logo

Scottish Sports Futures

£105,378
177
Scottish Football Association logo

Scottish Football Association

£47,784
172
Scottish rugby logo

Scottish Rugby Union

£63,049
236
youthlink logo

YouthLink Scotland

£118,454
224

Youth Scotland

£55,802
276

Total 2020-2021

£982,954

2,101

Partner investment in Glasgow (2008-2021)

Project Spend

Activities

Creative Scotland

£1,456,772
8,819

Impact Arts

£165,354
307
Prince's Trust Development Awards logo

Prince’s Trust Scotland

£526,712
1,625

Action for Children

£379,832
115

Celtic FC Foundation

£465,174
399

National Autistic Society

£332,118
120

Venture Trust

£161,206
54

The Wise Group

£278,934
283

basketballscotland

£220,507
10,650
Scottish Football Association logo

Scottish Football Association

£545,637
15,020
Scottish rugby logo

Scottish Rugby Union

£892,881
122,386
Ocean Youth Trust Scotland logo

Ocean Youth Trust Scotland

£71,975
70
Scottish Sports Futures logo

Scottish Sports Futures

£2,676,345
58,518
youthlink logo

YouthLink Scotland

£2,271,143
35,492

Youth Scotland

£623,330
11,151
Glasgow Clyde College & Scottish power logo

Glasgow Clyde College

£518,301
43
Personal Development Partnership

Personal Development Partnership

£591,264
274
linkup logo

LinkUp

£355,371
984
Working on Wheels logo

Working on Wheels

£5,275
695

Scottish Power

£64,126

Boxing Scotland

£101,554
311
Street Soccer Scotland logo

Street Soccer Scotland

£33,953
162

Access to Industry

£20,934
23

Achieve More Scotland

£109,447
573

Cyrenians

£6,514
1

Rangers Charity Foundation

£25,929
16

Total 2008-2021

£12,900,588

268,091

CashBack for Communities and its partner organisations fund and support thousands of projects and individuals across all 32 local authority areas.

Here are a few examples of the CashBack activities in your local area:

Case Studies