The trust was set up for the benefit of the citizens of Dundee. It's principal activities are the support of local charities, the Armistead Lecture series and the Dundee Educational Prize Fund.
The fund supports a wide range of charitable activities at the discretion of the Trustees. Previous causes have included health charities, churches, and music education.
Grants are available to support administrative, volunteer training and programme development costs for groups and organisations whose programmes promote inclusion and community learning opportunities.
Opened: 9th Aug 2019
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.
Gives grants for the public benefit and general welfare of the residents of the Tayside area
The trust funds the furtherance of charitable and educational work in the City of Dundee, with special consideration being given to the education (including job training) of young people and the encouragement and furtherance of the arts.
Dundee Historic Environment Trust provides grant assistance for the repair of historic buildings located in Dundee's conservation areas. They also fund heritage outreach projects.
Preference may be given to smaller charities benefiting or assisting young people belonging to, or associated with, the City of Dundee and smaller organisations encouraging medical research and the relief of suffering.
This trust supports a range of charitable organisations, generally with the emphasis on work being done in Dundee and Tayside, or possibly Scotland-wide.
Provides grants to organisations involved in work for the relief of poverty or suffering of any kind, for the preservation of wildlife, and improvement of the environment. The Trust favours applications from the Dundee area.