Currently open funds
The Local Support Fund is focused on community-based groups which deliver frontline services to support people who use or used drugs, people in recovery and families affected by someone else’s drug use.
The Local Support Fund Micro Grants is focused on small community-based groups which deliver frontline services to support people who use or used drugs, people in recovery and families affected by someone else’s drug use.
Currently closed funds
This fund aims to support direct work with children and families affected by alcohol and drugs. They are seeking applications that are based on partnership approaches delivering front-line services which support children and families.
Opened: 20 Oct 2022
Supports drug service resources, with a particular focus on supporting organisations which deliver residential rehabilitation and associated services.
Opened: 20 Oct 2022
The purpose of the Household Hardship Fund is to provide small grants to charities and community groups across Scotland who can pass the funding on to families and individuals on low incomes.
In 2022, Henry Duncan Grants will fund organisations that can demonstrate that they are supporting children and young people (aged 6-26 years) to overcome the impacts of inequality in their lives.
The fund aims to improve support for birth parents who no longer have care of their children on a permanent basis as a result of child protection processes.
Supports organisations that are led by Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic communities that can demonstrate that they are supporting children and young people (aged 6-26 years) to overcome the impacts of inequality in their lives.
The fund will support the delivery of activities which contribute to improved outcomes for children, young people and their families as well as Community Learning and Development.
Provides core funding to organisations that improve outcomes for children, young people, families and adult learners.
#ShiftThePower supports organisations with passionate people to make meaningful change in their communities. The two themes are Children Survive and Thrive, and Mental Health Matters.
The Promise Partnership offers funding and support to organisations and collaborations to #KeepThePromise and help drive forward change that matters to children, young people and families.
PDI is focused on supporting projects delivering in communities across Scotland that aim to increase the well-being of children and young people affected by drugs and alcohol. It has a focus on preventative and early intervention approaches.