Funds are available for capital projects which improve quality of life and economic prosperity of communities within 10km of participating renewable energy developments at Whitelee, Pates Hill, Stallashaw and Blacklaw.
Funds organisations working directly with families in need. Organisations should have a focus on Family Support including early intervention, families coping with addiction, and prisoners' families.
Trusthouse gives grants for running costs to charities and not-for-profit organisations under the overarching themes are Rural Issues and Urban Deprivation. Their preference is for front line organisations working directly with people in need.
The Foundation supports a broad range of organisations and activities that share a commitment to making a positive impact to the lives of the communities in which they work, and that are driven by a desire to achieve excellence.
Provides grants for: the prevention or relief of poverty, the advancement of education, the advancement of health, the advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science.
The advancement of health, the arts, heritage, culture or science, the relief of those in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage.
The trust gives to a wide range of charitable causes. Organisations that support young people, music, drama, physical health, mental health, the elderly, disabled people and rescue have been funded in the past.
The Comhairle gives grants to approved voluntary bodies for social, cultural or leisure purposes. It also provides a scheme of assistance for community centre, village halls and eligible church halls which are operated by local voluntary organisations.
The trust's objectives are renewing church buildings & other places of religious worship, relieving poverty or disease, promoting education and safeguarding places of historical or artistic significance.
Grants for Heritage can fund projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional and local heritage of the UK.
Opened: 25th Nov 2020