The Trustees' current policy is to support primarily projects which are for the benefit of Glasgow and her citizens, but Scottish and UK wide projects will be considered for small grants if they can be applied locally.
Gives one-off capital grants to UK charities working in a range of areas including Alcohol and substance misuse, Disabilities, Disadvantaged young people, Elderly people, Homelessness, Disadvantaged minority communities, Prisoners and ex-offenders.
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.
Funding is given under the main headings of health, education, youth work, religion and relief of poverty.
Grants are restricted to Scottish charities carrying out work with the elderly, young people, ex-service personnel and seafarers. Priority is given to charities largely administered by voluntary or honorary officials.
The AEB Charitable Trust make grants in a wide range of areas including wildlife, health, and the elderly. The Trust favours organisations in the Lothians and Borders areas.
Next deadline: 30 Nov 2024
The Council has a number of settlement trusts which support projects under a wide range of categories including education, arts, local communities and the environment.
Barchester’s Charitable Foundation helps older people and other adults with a disability across England, Scotland & Wales. Grants are to help people lead more fulfilled lives and reach their full potential.
The Trust aims to promote the health and welfare of elderly people and provide for their economic, social, medical, psychiatric and occupational needs.
Sanctuary’s Community Investment Fund provides grants for community initiatives which make a difference to the lives of Sanctuary residents.