Supports grass roots community organisations across the whole of Scotland. Priorities are: children & families, elderly people, education, environment, health, people who are physically disabled, homelessness, women and grass roots sports.
Funds charities under the headings of animal welfare; child / adult welfare; medical research; local community projects; HM services personnel; sea rescue; overseas appeals. Preference is given to applications from Scotland.
The monetary awards are split into four categories: Cromar, Alastrean, Douneside and Lady MacRobert. Each one has its own specific governance arrangements and internal processes. Lady MacRobert awards are currently closed.
This trust supports a range of charitable organisations, generally with the emphasis on work being done in Dundee and Tayside, or possibly Scotland-wide.
Grants are made to a wide range of charities including medical care, disabilities, family support, carers and more.
Funds a range of charities under the headings of: church; community support; medical research/community care; armed forces welfare;arts; international aid.
FiMT was established to improve the transition of Service personnel, and their families, from military into civilian life, focusing on those most vulnerable to failure.
Supports a range of areas including arts, heritage, disability, prevention of poverty and animal welfare. The Trust has a preference to give to charitable organisations operating in Scotland.
Next deadline: 31 Aug 2022
The Trustees' primary focus of support is to recognise charities, working both locally in Scotland and abroad, promoting or involved in humanitarian works, the alleviation of suffering and the furtherance of education.
The Trust’s charitable purposes are broadly stated, their focus is specifically on assisting other charities operating in Scotland or Canada, specialising in work related to the young (up to the age of 21) and the old (over the age of 65).
Next deadline: 15 Sep 2022