The Fund is provided by Lairg Wind Farm Ltd, the operator of the Lairg Wind Farm - the three turbine site at Cnoc Na Inghinnin to benefit the Lairg Community Council area.
The Fund will provide grants to support charitable activities that:
- Enhance quality of life for local residents
- Contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities, and
- Promote community spirit and encourage community activity.
Grants may be requested to support a wide range of costs and activities, such as equipment costs, running costs for local groups, staff or sessional workers costs, consultations, maintenance or refurbishment of community facilities.
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Who can apply
Groups and organisations working to benefit people in Lairg Community Council area can apply. Your group does not need to be a registered charity to apply for a grant; however, your group should be a non-profit organisation with charitable aims and objectives, and this should be reflected in your constitution or governing document, which you must send us with the application form.
When to apply
Applications can be submitted at any time to Foundation Scotland, but an application must be received at least two weeks before a Community Council meeting for it to be considered at that meeting. The dates for all the planned meetings are available on the Lairg Community Council website.
How to apply
Apply online via the Foundation Scotland website.
Citizenship & community involvement
Community development & regeneration
General charitable activities
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