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 Investing in Enterprise Fund offers blended grant and loan investment to social enterprises, community organisations and charities. The fund is designed to allow you to meet the needs of your business, achieve your vision and secure your future.
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.
Support projects which meet some of the priorities of your local area’s community plan Local Community Plans. Priorities include improvements to community facilities, employment initiatives, and supporting vulnerable groups.
A number of towns in Fife have a Common Good Fund which can be used for the benefit of the inhabitants of that town. The level of funds available varies significantly between the different Common Good Funds.
To encourage village and community hall committees to introduce and develop a fundraising programme to generate funds, Fife Council will match £2 for every £1 raised.
To help meet running costs of tenant and residents groups, such as publicising and holding meetings; responding to requests for help, from tenants and the Council; producing information for those they represent; keeping up to date with local developments.
Grants to encourage and support creativity in local communities in the following areas: literature, performance, heritage, audio-visual, and visual arts.
One-off grants for voluntary organisations whose work complements the work of Social Work Services. Particular attention will be given to groups operating within priority areas or serving priority groups within the terms of Fife Council Policies.