Community Building Grants are aimed at charities helping people and communities in Scotland who are experiencing (or at risk of experiencing) poverty, trauma or both.
Opened: 30th Sep 2020
Supporting projects in the community council areas of Huntly, Strathbogie and Tap O Noth, and Cabrach that are providing help to vulnerable people in difficulty due to the pandemic, or organisations that are facing losses.
The monetary awards are split into four categories: Cromar, Alastrean, Douneside and Lady MacRobert. Each one has its own specific governance arrangements and internal processes. Lady MacRobert awards are currently closed.
The Trust provides grants to a range of charitable organisations. They aim to alleviate suffering and help those who are vulnerable in our society. If your application does not receive a reply then it has been unsuccessful.
The aim of People's Postcode Trust is to support smaller charities and good causes in the Scotland to make a difference to their community for the benefit of people and planet.
Opened: 1st Feb 2021
The Trustees' primary focus of support is to recognise charities, working both locally in Scotland and abroad, promoting or involved in humanitarian works, the alleviation of suffering and the furtherance of education.
The Trust makes grants to charities and voluntary organisations in Scotland and the UK. They fund a wide range of organisations with a preference for countryside, health, art and young people.
This trust concentrates on medical research and the welfare and education of children.
The Trust supports: the provision of shelter for those in need; encouraging Jewish family innovation; developing community and civil society in Glasgow and Scotland; seed funding creative ideas to solve challenges facing the Jewish community and society.
The Trust funds worldwide, with a preference for Scotland. Awards are available to organisations that promote temperance and work to combat drug and alcohol abuse. Grants are available to individuals for postgraduate study (PhD) in Theology.