Makes donations to various charities for charitable or educational purposes and the trustees resolve. They have previously supported organisations in Aberdeen working in education, care, youth, disability, children, music, poverty, medical and chruches.
The trust makes available a limited number of discretionary grants for the repair of historic buildings in conservation areas and will consider making grants available to support repair or interpretation of local heritage.
The Trust is a fund independent of the city council, set up to support registered charities operating within the city of Aberdeen. Numerous and sometimes substantial donations have been made to various deserving causes.
Supports registered charities based in the UK, particularly in areas near the Society's Principal Office or one of its branches. They support projects which benefit children, young people, and the elderly.
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.
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 charity raises millions of pounds each year and awards grants to help disabled and disadvantaged children aged 0 to 18 who are suffering from abuse or neglect, who are disabled or who simply need extra care and guidance.
The Health Improvement Fund is available for new initiatives that will improve health and wellbeing in communities across Aberdeen, either geographical communities or communities of interest. They are looking for projects that: Are new, innovative...
Opened: 12th Jun 2019
Grants to support children and young people to help them develop and to take part in activities that might not otherwise be available for them, offering them opportunities to contribute to their own communities and to the life of the city.
Next deadline: 9th Nov 2021
Not-for-profit community projects can apply for up to 50% of the costs of an electricity connection within the Scottish Hydro-Electric Distribution area, particularly those in rural areas.