Gives grants for the public benefit and general welfare of the residents of the Tayside area
Grant are available to constituted, non-profit distributing voluntary groups or organisations that develop and provide a registered out of school childcare service. There are two schemes, Childcare and Transport Grants.
The fund focuses on supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable children in both Scotland and overseas. It provides funds to support educate and care for children and young people.
The foundation's aims are simply to encourage potential and ease distress.
The aims of the Edinburgh Local Community Grants scheme are to: Bring value to new or existing partnerships between the University and local communities; and Have a positive social impact.
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.
Supports projects in communities across Scotland focused on sustainability and responding to the climate emergency.
The trust continues to operate as one of the key funding bodies in Fife, awarding grants for community, environmental and heritage projects across the Kingdom to benefit the lives of those living close to landfill sites.
Grants are available to organisations benefiting blind and visually impaired people who live in East Fife or who come to East Fife for rehabilitation or training. The trust is particularly interested in sponsoring sensory gardens and facilities.
Shell provide community grants to groups which operate near their sites in Aberdeen, Mossmorran and St Fergus. These are provided both for ongoing community projects and for sponsorship of community events.