South Lanarkshire Council
Currently open funds
Awards micro grants to support local constituted and non-constituted groups for activity which is community focused
East Kilbride was given new town status on 6 May 1947 as part of Scotland’s regeneration effort after World War II. South Lanarkshire Council are celebrating the anniversary with a grant programme for local communiyt-led and centred events.
The purpose of the Lived Experience fund is to support partners/organisations in capturing the lived experience of local residents to the community planning partnership to deliver better services, policies and plans.
Next deadline: 27 May 2022
The food strategy grant scheme has been created to allow local groups operating on council land, council resources and partner organisations to apply for small amounts of funding to pursue their food growing, good food or educational objectives.
Climate Emergency and Resilience Grants are available to community groups and organisations who need funding to pursue environmental, sustainability or climate change projects.
Organisations running local gala events and summer festivals can apply for financial help. Also supports play schemes run by parents and volunteers.
Funds are available for capital projects which improve quality of life and economic prosperity of communities within 10km of participating renewable energy developments at Whitelee, Pates Hill, Stallashaw and Blacklaw.
Currently closed funds
The fund will help organisations and partnerships to provide easter activities and experiences for children, young people and families during the summer school holidays.
VDLIP is a capital programme scheduled over 2021-26 to help with tackling persistent vacant and derelict land and supporting place-based approaches to delivering regeneration and sustainable inclusive growth.
Opened: 21 Feb 2022