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Recently opened funds
Cumbernauld CAN seeks to provide way to help local communities improve the place where they live. Any proposal which focuses on supporting community activity within Greater Cumbernauld will be considered.
Opened: 30 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 17 Oct 2022
The Foundation supports civic voices to share their stories, learn and act together and influence the institutions that shape people’s lives. The three themes are; Health, Environment and Climate Change, and Freedom of Expression.
Opened: 29 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 1 Nov 2022
Grants to deliver effective electrical safety initiatives at local level aimed at addressing the problems of misuse and/or lack of maintenance of electrical products.
Opened: 5 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 23 Oct 2022
The aim of this fund is to support people who may be isolated over the winter period. Priority will be given to organisations working in Glasgow with individuals most at risk of social isolation and loneliness.
Opened: 3 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 4 Nov 2022
Edge Fund supports small grassroots organisations taking action for a just, equitable and sustainable world. It funds work that challenges abuses of power and aims to bring an end to the systems that cause injustice.
Opened: 3 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 31 Oct 2022
The programme provides 12 month grants to third sector organisations to develop and deliver short breaks projects and services for children and young people with disabilities (aged 20 and under), and their carers (adult and/or young carers).
Opened: 3 Oct 2022
Next deadline: 17 Nov 2022
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