Bòrd na Gàidhlig are delighted to have provided funding support to 52 projects from across Scotland through a recent Funding Scheme.
The Gaelic Language Act Implementation Fund (GLAIF) was established to help public authorities in the delivery of commitments in their Gaelic Language Plans, and in support of the National Gaelic Language Plan. GLAIF has also been used to assist other public authorities in the delivery of projects ahead of their formal notice to produce a Gaelic Language Plan.
Among the successful projects, support was given to local Councils and public bodies to continue with current Gaelic roles or to establish new Gaelic employment opportunities, events and Gaelic classes for staff and adults, in Schools, and at community level. A full list of funded projects is available here.
Bòrd na Gàidhlig runs funding schemes at different times through the year. See the website for further information about these schemes.