Awards For All supports projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need. Priorities are: bringing communities together, improving places that matter to communities, and enabling people to fulfil their potential.
This funding aims to support communities to improve the places in which they live and the wellbeing of those most in need. Projects should be people-led, connected, and strengths-based.
Improving Lives aims to support activity that helps people overcome difficulties and become more resilient.
Supports grass roots community organisations across the whole of Scotland. Priorities are: children & families, elderly people, education, environment, health, people who are physically disabled, homelessness, women and grass roots sports.
Young Start is a grants programme that distributes money from dormant bank accounts. They will support a wide range of projects for up to three years that will make children and young people aged 8 to 24 confident, healthy, connected or enterprising.
The fund aims to support projects that make a difference to life in, and seek improvement in, the local community.
The Trust considers applications relating to young people, their education, recreation, support, training, health and welfare. It also funds disabled people and the terminally ill for the provision of specialist equipment and support for carers.
Next deadline: 14 Dec 2022
The fund is open to organisations across Forth Valley, particularly those addressing inequalities within vulnerable communities. Applications must show combinations of increasing cooking skills and engagement in food activities.
The Aviva Community Fund supports projects that boost the resilience of communities in the face of uncertainty and is investing in two key areas: climate action and financial wellbeing.
Kellogg’s has teamed up with Forever Manchester to award grants to school Breakfast Clubs, to help them provide breakfast to those children who need it most.
Opened: 20 Sep 2022