Past Projects

Chinese New Year Celebration – Year of the Dog 2018

With the support of Glasgow City Council Area Partnership Budgets and Scottish Government Climate Challenge Fund, we organised a joint event to celebrate the Year of the Dog and our ‘Chinese Climate Change Project’ on Sunday 18 February. The event was a success with over 500 people attended. It was our great honour to have …

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Chinese New Year Celebration 2017 – The Year of Rooster

                     With the £3,980.00 grant from the Big Lottery Fund – Celebrate, CCDP hosted a one-day event to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2017. The objective of the event was to promote the multi-cultural spirit, draw crowds of different ethnic background for community harmony, and as a reciprocal …

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Chinese Climate Change Project 2017/2018

Climate Challenge Fund The project aims to engage the CCDP members and the wider Chinese community in carbon emission reduction activities in order to tackle climate change. This will be achieved by increasing awareness of climate change focusing on energy saving and engaging the Chinese community on how lifestyle affects climate change.    

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Chinese Language and Well-being Project 2016/17

              CCDP was awarded £8,160 by the Big Lottery Fund Awards For All to run a project to improve the language and well-being of Chinese in Glasgow. During the project, we organised two courses of the Positive Parenting Program.  At the end of the program, the participants had improved their …

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Chinese Climate Change Project 2016/2017

                             With a grant of £66,792.90 from the Climate Challenge Fund, CCDP aimed to decrease CO2e emissions by 45 tonnes. Throughout the project, we delivered three climate change awareness talks, organised four trips to promote clean energy and environmental protection, one radio broadcast …

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Caring and Coping 2004-2007

Through working with the Chinese Carers Group, CCDP (Chinese Community Development Partnership) recognised there was a great need for a bilingual worker to develop the carers in the community and empower them as individuals. As the Chinese Carers Group is run by a group of compassionate volunteers, it makes it very difficult for anyone needing …

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