The Community Grant Scheme aims to support community groups and voluntary organisations to deliver projects that will make a difference to people living in the Falkirk Council area. They focus on People, Place and Partnership.
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.
This fund is aimed at supporting schools and voluntary and community groups making educational visits to the Cairngorms National Park, particularly those from deprived areas, those who have not visited the Park before and those who experience disadvantage
The fund supports work that addresses racism and structural inequalities that result in different groups being adversely affected in the UK migration system.
The Community Grant Scheme supports the Third Sector (community, voluntary and non-profit-sharing organisations) to deliver projects that make a positive difference to communities across the Falkirk Council area.
As part of the Quaker tradition, JRCT is committed to the creation of a world that guarantees equal treatment for all people. The Trust is interested in supporting long-term work to achieve incremental reform and more transformational approaches.
Next deadline: 14 Nov 2022
Supports registered charities and constituted community groups focused on two themes: The promotion of diversity and inclusion; and Social and environmental sustainability.
The Foundation seek UK-based partners who are working to reveal, question and dismantle or heal, reimagine and transform systems.
The Trust's core goal is to help small groups of people who are getting together to make a difference in their communities. They are especially interested in helping groups that are starting up and need a little seed money to help them get going.
The Trust funds a range of charitable activities across Scotland and the UK.