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 UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) is a UK-wide fund launched as a domestic replacement to the EU Structural and Investment Funds. Dundee City Council will receive and manage the allocation for Dundee.
Next deadline: 6 Oct 2023
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.
Community groups can apply for help in funding projects, programs or community events within the city which help: Eliminate discrimination, Advance equality of opportunity and Promote good relations across the range of protected characteristics.
The trust makes a large number of mostly small grants to charities, with a preference for those in Dundee and Tayside.
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.
The Trust supports organisations providing education and care to disadvantaged children, young people and families in Dundee and the immediate vicinity.
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.
This fund gives support to the field of medicine, tertiary education, and social welfare. It supports charities in the Tayside area.
The Investing in Enterprise Fund offers blended grant and loan investment to social enterprises, community organisations and charities. Investment can be used for capital expenditure, asset acquisition and business growth.