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The Children's Holiday Food Programme

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Aim of the Fund

The Fund is informed by the Glasgow City Council Strategic Plan and enables community organisations to provide nutritious food to children/young people using their services during school holiday periods. The Fund is for children/young people 0-18 years of age.

*The Children's Holiday Food programme is a grant for voluntary sector organisations. Information on School meals and clothing grants can be found on the website here: www.glasgow.gov.uk/schoolsandlearning

 

The fund is now open for 2022/23 Applications

Glasgow City Council is pleased to announce that applications are invited for the Children's Holiday Food Programme 2022/2023.

Application Packs can be found word icon here [74kb].

Please ensure that you read all of the pdf icon guidance [267kb], complete all questions and provide the additional documents required by the closing date of Sunday 8 May 2022.  Assessments will be made on the information provided only.

If you have any queries, please contact a member of the Grants & Initiatives Team on cesgrants@glasgow.gov.uk

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Spring Holiday 2022 activities for Glasgow Families

The Glasgow City Council Spring Children's Holiday Food Programme 2022 starts on Monday, 4 April 2022.

Find out what free activities are on offer for children and young people in your local community. There's something on offer for everyone, view the lists below to see what activities you can book your child into - with free food provided too thanks to our community and third sector providers. The list has contact details for the organisation delivering the programme in your area and all you need to do is get in touch with them to find out more.

A list of organisations and their delivery locations for the Spring Holiday 2022 programme can be found at the following link pdf icon CHFP 2021-22 Venues [130kb].

Due to the evolving nature of COVID-19 restrictions, some organisations may not have been able to confirm venues they initially hoped to use. We advise that parents/carers contact organisations directly as they will be able to give the most accurate updates on their individual programmes. Similarly, they will also be able to advise about spaces or waiting lists. We appreciate this is not ideal, but organisations have had to be flexible in their approach this year, with both venues and capacity subject to change, which is why we ask that you contact them directly in the first instance.

 

Success to Date...

During 2018/19 the Children's Holiday Food Programme ran during the Summer, October and February holidays.

An evaluation report on the Summer 2018 programme can be viewed here.

During 2019/20 the Children's Holiday Food Programme ran during the Spring, Summer, October and February holidays.

An evaluation report on the Summer 2019 programme can be viewed here.

During 2020/21 the Children's Holiday Food Programme ran during the Spring, Summer, October and February holidays.

An evaluation report on the Summer 2020 programme can be viewed here.

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