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.
Objectives are: research for medicine and surgery in Edinburgh; the physical wellbeing of the youth in Edinburgh; research in Chemistry as affecting industry in the UK; charities whose objective is the restoration of the sick to health.
The committee can make grants to all schemes for social improvement including: child welfare; social and moral training of youth; charitable and educational schemes, and schemes for the advancement of education or for scientific study or research.
Next deadline: 12 Jan 2024
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 purpose of a Standard Innovation Voucher is to encourage new first time partnerships between a company and a university or further education college.
Grants are given to instutions to provide tangible benefits to such beneficiary groups as the trustees deem appropriate.
The fund supports the town and citizens of Arbroath. In practice it gives primarily to local youth, sport, recreation, arts and musical groups.
Grants are made to charities to support the arts, education, health and wellbeing for people and communities primarily in Edinburgh. Applications for medical research are by invite only.
The trust has general charitable purposes, with a preference for the West of Scotland.
Makes grants to UK projects of significance to horticulture (or botany with a strong horticultural content) and education for horticulture.
Next deadline: 15 Feb 2024