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.
Improving Lives aims to support activity that helps people overcome difficulties and become more resilient.
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.
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 scheme is designed to support charities registered and operating in the United Kingdom, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.
The trust funds the advancement of the Roman Catholic religion, including the promotion of the higher education for the Roman Catholic clergy or laity, and for the relief of poverty, the promotion of health and education overseas and youth work.
Grants are given to a wide variety of organisations (generally in Scotland, particularly Tayside) including cancer research and other medical charities, youth organisations, university students' associations, wildlife, and amateur musical groups.
The fund supports the town and citizens of Arbroath. In practice it gives primarily to local youth, sport, recreation, arts and musical groups.
Provides grants to community projects that deliver lasting change in Shetland, Orkney, Highland and Argyll.
The Family Recovery Initiative Fund can offer one-off grants to groups that support families affected by alcohol and drugs in Scotland. Its aim is to improve the wellbeing of family members affected by someone else’s substance misuse.