Trustees are to pay and distribute the free income of the fund to charities or charitable institutions and associations as the trustees may select. Grants have previous supporting youth, the elderly, hospices, and churches.
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 fund supports projects in the communities where The Kingdom Housing Association operates.
Supports community projects benefiting those living in Limerigg and Slamannan. Provides grants to projects that enhance quality of life for local residents, contribute to vibrant, health, sustainable communities and promote community spirit.
Investing In Health supports charitable activities and services which improve the overall patient experience with a focus on reducing health inequalities amongst priority and vulnerable groups.
The society funds individuals who find themselves in a situation of crisis and organisations supporting disadvantaged members of the community.
The committee can offer assistance to charity and community groups within the boundaries of the participating council areas – i.e. Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling.
The principle activities of the fund are the maintenance and repair of church buildings throughout Scotland with priority to churches in the west and south west of Scotland. Support is also given for new initiatives and projects in Christian Mission.
The Community Grant Scheme supports the Third Sector (community, voluntary and non-profit-sharing organisations) to deliver projects that make a positive difference to communities across the Falkirk Council area.
The Community Grant Scheme aims to support community groups and voluntary organisations to deliver projects that will make a difference to people living in the Falkirk Council area. They focus on People, Place and Partnership.