Fort Augustus and Glenmoriston Community Fund
Grants are made to groups across a wide spectrum of social, welfare, heritage, educational and community development activities. The majority of funding is directed at locally based work involving, and often initiated by, members of that local community.
Geographical areas funded: Highland
- Type of funding:
- Type of cost:
- Capital, Revenue
Fund award sizes
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
Constituted organisations. An individual can apply for a grant up to £1000 if it is for community use. An individual can apply for a travel bursary or books and equipment to help with travel costs whilst at college, university or as an apprentice.
When to apply
Grant meetings are four times per year. In 2021 the deadlines are:
- 12 February for the grant meeting at the end of March 2021
- 18 May for the grant meeting at the end of June 2021
- 17 August for the grant meeting at the end of September 2021
- 22 October for the grant meeting in December 2021
Next deadline: 22nd Oct 2021
How to apply
Application forms and guidance available on the funder website.
Activites funded: Arts & culture Citizenship & community involvement Community development & regeneration Community facilities Transport Education & training Environment General charitable activities Heritage & building preservation
Beneficiaries funded: Local communities
Last reviewed about 1 month ago