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The Grassmarket Community Project supports people through transitions in their lives and re-connects the disengaged. They run four social enterprises through the project: their successful wood workshop GrOW, creating bespoke pieces of furniture from recycled wood; a purpose-designed conference and event space; a cafe and catering service and the manufacture of tartan items including their very own “greyfriars” tartan.
JASS is an accredited award scheme that acknowledges wider achievement in young people aged 5-14. A progressive award scheme it has been developed to support transition from primary to secondary school. JASS Is a fully inclusive award that benefits the participant, school and wider community.
MHScot Workplace Wellbeing CIC is a small disability-led Social Enterprise, based in Edinburgh, which supports the mental health and wellbeing of all Scotland’s workforce in the private, public and third sector.
We aim to reduce the number of people resorting to self-harming behaviours including drug and alcohol abuse, self-injury, misusing medication and other potentially harmful behaviours. We use a combination of: one to one support; talking therapies; psycho-educational opportunities and training around self-harm, mental health, and suicide prevention. We also offer wellbeing consultancy.
We are a social work organisation that believes in early intervention. This means working with children and families before problems / issues become entrenched.
Potential in Me (CIC) offer creative life coaching and personal development to young people and those who live and work with them – helping people fulfil their potential and creating bright futures.
Pregnancy and Parents Centre (the new name for the Birth Resource Centre) is a charitable organisation which has grown and developed in response to what women have told us that they and their families need during pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.
We provide Sikh and other minority women with access to information, employment training advocacy, support and a wide variety of other services. Sikh Sanjog also operates a community cafe (Punjabi Junction) and outside catering from Leith Walk.