Brilliant news! Funding from Paths for All will see our walking group continue, strengthen and support more people to enjoy the health benefits of walking.
Project Ability was awarded £4,450 of funding from Paths for All to help promote photography walks for participants to lead healthier lives. The funding will allow us to open the group up to more people who attend our different workshops.
Announcing the award of the grant, Paths for All’s, Chief Officer Ian Findlay said: “This funding will help Project Ability to tackle the issue of inactivity amongst disability and mental health participants in Glasgow. The project will expand the Health Walk programme to a further group of clients and aims to get people who wouldn’t normally engage in physical activity to find something that they can enjoy on a fortnightly basis.
“We want everyone to lead happier, healthier lives and enjoy the benefits of everyday physical activity. Walking is an ideal way for people to get active – no special clothes or equipment is needed and it’s completely free. We are delighted to award this grant to Project Ability in order to grow their Walk, Talk, and Snap group to deliver Health Walks to more clients.”