Support projects which benefit Dundee and Tayside. Favour organisations in the social and welfare areas, assisting people struggling to cope with day-to-day living or suffering from disability.
Common Good funds are available in Arbroath, Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir and Montrose. Your project could combine a range of different activities but must show direct community-wide benefit.
Grants are given to a wide variety of organisations (generally in Scotland, particularly Tayside) including cancer research and other medical charities, youth organisations, university students' associations and amateur musical groups.
NHS Tayside is making these funds available for communities to enhance their environments, promote community spirit and inspire pride in neighbourhoods. The funder is particularly looking for new and inventive ways of helping communities.
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 Trust's objectives are the advancement of education, the advancement of religion and the advancement of health. It funds local charities working with young people in Tayside and North Fife.
The fund gives small grants to organisations including those supporting people with disabilities or health problems. It mostly funds in Dundee and the North East.
The Angus Council Charitable Trust provides support to vulnerable people in Angus and assists local groups or organisations with ongoing projects. See the website for details of the types of funding available in each ward.
Each month, money is donated to local charities and worthy causes. The main focus is that the causes are local, and of the kind that tend to be overlooked generally.
The objectives of the Trust are to assist elderly persons suffering from handicap, disablement or infirmity, whether physical or mental in Tayside and Fife.