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150 young people with their teachers standing in a group on a rugby field.

Schools of Rugby Tournament Day

CashBack School of Rugby, Falkirk High School, hosted a rugby tournament for schools from all over the surrounding areas. Falkirk High School P.E teacher, Neil Davies, organised a rugby tournament day with the help of CashBack Rugby Ambassadors and former pupils. The day was a great success with over 150 pupils playing at least 6 […]

28th July 2022

CashBack for Communities – open for funding!

Scottish Government have announced that £20 million in crime proceeds will fund community projects. The latest round of CashBack for Communities funding opens today, on 20th June. Community projects are set to receive up to £20 million over the next three years to continue supporting young people and communities most affected by crime under the […]

15th June 2022

Report highlights CashBack pandemic pressures, adaption and success

“The CashBack project has become a bit of a lifeline for some of our young people, it has kept them engaged and healthy.” – CashBack delivery partner Published today, Research Scotland’s report “CashBack for Communities – Focus on Covid-19” explores lessons from CashBack for Communities delivery partners during the Covid 19 pandemic. The report focuses […]

6th June 2022