The Gannochy Trust is an independent grant maker, informed by its Funding Strategy and Guidance for 2019 to 2022. During this funding strategy, the greater percentage of the Trust’s funding will be aimed at groups and organisations within Perth and Kinross.
Organisations within Perth and Kinross can apply for funding: improve the quality of life for people; develop and inspire young people and improve the availability or quality of the built and natural environment for wide community use.
In the rest of Scotland the “develop and inspire young people” strand is available to organisations which support direct work with young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable in communities that have limited access to resources and opportunities. The Trust aims to fund the most compelling projects or organisations that deliver the outcomes that they hope to achieve with our funding, particularly for young people.
The Trust will accept applications from organisations working in areas such as community, sport, culture including art, music and dance, youth work, environment, health and wellbeing and heritage.
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue
- Applicant success rate:
- Premium information
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
To apply for funding from the Gannochy Trust you must be a charity registered with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).
When to apply
The Gannochy Trustees meet at least four times per annum to consider applications which are assessed on a rolling basis. 2021 deadlines are: 19 February, 21 May 2021, 30th August, and 5 November.
Next deadline: 21st May 2021
How to apply
Guidance and applications are available on the website.
Activites funded: Housing & shelter Advice & information Advocacy Arts & culture Befriending & mentoring Citizenship & community involvement Community development & regeneration Community facilities Community safety Transport Education & training Employability services Environment Financial advice & support Health care & wellbeing Health education & promotion Heritage & building preservation Mental health care Organisational development & capacity building Sport & physical activity Recreation & social activities Social care & welfare Justice, equality & law Energy
Beneficiaries funded: People affected by drugs and alcohol Black & Ethnic Minorities Carers Children Economically/socially disadvantaged Families Homeless or badly housed Care experienced people Socially isolated people People in poverty Rural communities Mental health conditions Offenders & ex-offenders Older people Ill-health Disabilities Local communities Young people
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