Multi-year funding for partnerships who are currently delivering work which directly supports children, young people and families affected by drugs and alcohol. The key outcomes are:
- Improving the wellbeing of children, young people (pre-birth – age 26) and their families in Scotland who are affected by alcohol and drugs.
- Developing and influencing local and national policy and practice.
Projects must be delivered in partnership. Eligible projects will involve both statutory and third-sector organisations, working closely together to meet the needs of children, young people and families.
All work should have the family at the centre and take a Whole Family Approach. They expect to see significant involvement of children, young people and families in the design, delivery, and review of the project.
For full guidance, please see the criteria and guidance download available on the Foundation's website.
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Who can apply
To apply for this fund your organisations should:
- Be a charity registered in Scotland (registered with OSCR)
- Be delivering services for children, young people and families affected by drugs and alcohol
- Have endorsement from a relevant public sector partner
- Have formal partnership arrangements with public sector partner for delivery of the project
- Be able to demonstrate at least 50% matched funding in each funding year
When to apply
Applications close at 2pm on 26 March 2024.
Next deadline: 26 Mar 2024
How to apply
Organisations interested in applying to the fund should contact us, by emailing WFFP@corra.scot, or phoning – to arrange an initial discussion about your project.
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