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Recently opened funds
The Aldi Scottish Sport fund is a Scotland-wide community-based sport programme designed to make it easier for kids to take part in sports within their local communities by giving clubs the chance to secure funding.
Opened: 14th Jun 2021
Next deadline: 19th Jul 2021
#ShiftThePower supports organisations with passionate people to make meaningful change in their communities. The two themes are Gender Justice and A Safe Place to Be.
Opened: 11th Jun 2021
Next deadline: 20th Aug 2021
Connecting Scotland provides iPads, Chromebooks and support to develop digital skills for people who digitally excluded and on low incomes. Phase 3 is aimed at unemployed young people and adults (aged 16+).
Opened: 7th Jun 2021
Next deadline: 5th Jul 2021
Supports the sustainability of third sector Armed Forces Community organisations whose operations and income have been negatively affected by COVID-19. The fund will offer grants towards core operating and running costs until the end of March 2022.
Opened: 4th Jun 2021
Next deadline: 16th Jul 2021
The Reach programme is suitable for charities can demonstrate they address disadvantage or social exclusion and will reach the most vulnerable people across Scotland, to provide them with opportunity and equality and making positive, sustainable change.
Opened: 3rd Jun 2021
Due to open: 26th Jul 2021
SURF’s annual awards are open to all community regeneration projects in Scotland that are currently in place or that have been completed within two years of the closing date.
Opened: 3rd Jun 2021
Next deadline: 6th Sep 2021
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The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is the national membership organisation for the voluntary sector. Our mission is to support, promote and develop a confident, sustainable voluntary sector in Scotland.
We’re passionate about what the voluntary sector can achieve. Along with our community of members, we believe that charities, social enterprises and voluntary groups make Scotland a better place.