Foundation Scotland - The Provident Social Impact Fund (Scotland)
The Provident Social Impact Fund (Scotland) aims to support social inclusion and will invest in activities that seek to alleviate the underlying problems that prevent social inclusion and enjoyment of a full modern life.
Projects should meet one of the following themes:
- Improving people’s personal finance capabilities (debt and financial advice/education)
- Improving physical and/or mental health
- Providing support which enhances, creates and sustains positive family relationships
- Addressing issues of low educational attainment and improving learning outcomes
- Providing people with opportunities to reduce inequality, exclusion and disadvantage, including projects which increase access to employment.
Funding is available only for groups operating in or supporting people living within Greenock Town Centre and East Central Inverclyde. Priority will be given to applications from small, locally-based community groups in areas of social, financial and welfare disadvantage.
Geographical areas funded: Inverclyde
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
Organisations applying to the Fund must be based in or supporting people living within the Glasgow City area, Paisley, or Inverclyde only.
- Maximum annual income:
When to apply
The next deadline is to be confirmed.
How to apply
Application form and guidance on the Foundation Scotland website.
Activites funded: Advice & information Education & training Financial advice & support Health care & wellbeing Health education & promotion Mental health care Recreation & social activities Social care & welfare
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