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CashBack for Creativity

The Zombie Project, Ferguslie, Paisley

About the Project

CashBack for Creativity is part of the Scottish Government’s CashBack for Communities initiative, which has seen over £45 million recovered through the Proceeds of Crime Act, reinvested back into communities to benefit Scotland’s young people. £3 million has been allocated over three years towards arts, music and dance activities.

Latest stories from CashBack:

CashBack for Creativity Phase 4 Fund launched

Creative Scotland launches a £1.5m fund that aims to tackle inequalities in the arts by focusing provision on Scotland’s most disadvantaged young people.

Published: 06 Feb 2017

Care Experienced Kids get Creative for Christmas

Over 180 young people who have care experience or caring responsibilities took part in a Christmas artistic extravaganza in Paisley Town Hall last week as part of the Care2Create showcase.

Published: 19 Dec 2016

CashBack for Communities phase 4 funding announced

Scottish Government has announced that £17million seized from criminals operating in Scotland will be re-invested through 17 projects that will provide opportunities in employability, sport, creativity and diversionary youth work to help raise the attainment, aspirations and ambition of disadvantaged young people across Scotland.

Published: 16 Nov 2016

CashBack for Creativity Phase 3 Interim Report

An independent interim report on phase 3 of the Cashback for Creativity programme.

Published: 15 Nov 2016

Cashback for Creativity inspires young people across Scotland

Over £900,000 support for high quality arts and creative activities for young people across Scotland.

Published: 23 Mar 2016