The broad aim of the Stratherrick & Foyers Community Trust is to assist charities and community groups (constituted & not for profit with charitable aims) working to improve the quality of life and life chances in the Stratherrick and Foyers areas, especially in circumstances where funding is particularly hard to find and where a grant can achieve significant impact in enabling groups to fulfill their own objectives.
Grants are made to groups across a wide spectrum of social, welfare, heritage, educational and community development activity.
The majority of funding is directed at locally based work involving, and often initiated by, members of that local community. They also make small sporting grants and educational grants available to individuals.
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Who can apply
Groups or individuals in the local community area who undertake activities related to, preventing or relieving poverty, advancing education, training and/or retraining, heritage, environmental protection and improvement, citizenship and/or community development, the provision of recreational facilities.
When to apply
Grant applications are considered by the Trust Board every two months with deadlines in February, April, June, August, October and December.
Completed applications received by the closing date will be assessed during month 1 and considered by the Board on month 2.
How to apply
Application forms and guidance available on the Fund website. There are different processes for grants under £10,000, those between £10,000 and £20,000 and those over £20,000.
Arts & culture
Citizenship & community involvement
Community development & regeneration
Education & training
General charitable activities
Heritage & building preservation
Sport & physical activity
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