The objectives of the Trust are widely drawn. They fund mostly under the headings of adult and child welfare and medical research but also support armed services welfare, humanitarian aid and education.
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.
The Trust fund exists primarily to assist bodies helping medicine, the environment and education.
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.
Grants are available to support charities generally in the East of Scotland, North of the River Tay. The trustees also give special support to children's, medical, wildlife and army and ex-service welfare charities.
The Schroder Charity Trust is an independent grant-making Family Trust that has been supporting the charitable and voluntary sector for over 70 years. They support a broad range of charitable causes in the UK and overseas.
Supports a wide range of organisations and individuals. Grants are made under the categories of medical research, vulnerable in society, war veterans, homelessness, human rights, hospices and the arts.
Priority is given to charities in Scotland, particularly Ayrshire and Glasgow that assist individuals suffering from a range of illnesses both physical and mental, hospices, museums, refuges and facilities for ex military staff.
Next deadline: 30th Apr 2021
The MEB Charitable Trust supports a wide range of charitable activities. The Trust seeks to support Christian organisations; aid in the relief of suffering occasioned by war or natural disaster; and bodies undertaking scientific or medical research.
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.