Now Recruiting

LRCC is currently recruiting for a 21 hour per week Co-ordinator for the STAMP Project for young people. The STAMP Co-ordinator will support the young people of the focus group to challenge gender stereotypes, sexualisation in the media and help … Continued

National Lottery Award

National Lottery Funded Project for LRCC Everyone at the Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre is delighted to announce a National Lottery Award of £279,874. The award will be used to develop and expand its activity with a new Project called SHiFT – Strength, Hope, … Continued

Anti-Bullying and Harassment

BBC Scotland’s Holyrood Live will be covering the Equalities and Human Rights Committee this morning (Thursday 15th June 2017) at 9am as it takes evidence on the bullying and harassment of young people in schools. A member of STAMP will … Continued

Young People Funded by Big Lottery

Young people continue gender work with STAMP The young people of STAMP have been celebrating the news that new funding has been awarded to continue developing the Project for another 2 years. This funding will provide on-going support for the … Continued

Women’s Self-esteem Group

Support Group Success A recent group to help women and girls build and develop their self-esteem was a great success. The group was facilitated by one of our fully trained volunteers and a student of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), was … Continued

The Allen Lane Foundation Award

The Allen Lane Foundation has made an award of £10,000 split over 2 years.  The award will help to provide support to women and girls, and will ensure a consistent approach is taken. Centre Manager Anne McGuire said: “Although we provide telephone contact … Continued

The Robertson Trust Award

The Robertson Trust has awarded a grant of £30,000 (over 3 years) to Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre, to increase the hours of the Support Co-ordinator, helping to reduce the waiting list for support.  The grant has come at a time when LRCC has been unable to … Continued

#ijustfroze Public Awareness Campaign

#ijustfroze ‘Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre welcomes a new campaign to raise awareness of reactions to rape’ Rape survivors have welcomed a powerful new campaign designed to challenge misconceptions about how people react when attacked. Funded by the Scottish Government and voiced … Continued

Women’s Fund for Scotland Grant

We have received a grant of just under £2,000 from the Women’s Fund for Scotland, administered by Foundation Scotland.  The money will used to deliver training around trauma to staff & volunteers who work with survivors of sexual violence. Although … Continued

Funding Award

Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre has received a funding boost from the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland!  Confirmation was happily received about the Henry Duncan Award of £6,000 which will go towards the core costs of running the organisation and its services. LRCC’s Centre Manager … Continued