Tenovus Scotland makes a key difference to Scottish medical research development through medical research grants and scholarships.
The trust objects are widely drawn and include: religion, education, culture, social and physical wellbeing, poverty, and physical and mental disabilities. Priority is given to applications from the West of Scotland but also funds national organisations.
The Trust supports hospitals, institutions, societies and others whose work they believe is beneficial to the community in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
Community Connect enables Scotmid members to give back to their Communities. It allows three good cause groups from three Member Regions (North, East and West) to receive a financial award following a vote by Scotmid members.
Next deadline: 7 Mar 2024
Applications will be considered from organisations and community groups providing direct benefit to communities for all people in need in and around Glasgow.
Next deadline: 6 May 2024
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 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 Inverclyde Windfarm Fund is a 10-year grant scheme partnership between Inverclyde Renewables LLP and Inverclyde Community Fund. It supports community groups and voluntary organisations to progress projects in their local communities.
Funding is available to support small groups most likely to be adversely affected by the impact of the Cost-of-Living Crisis and are experiencing continued disadvantage.
Supports charities benefiting the wellbeing of older people, and smaller charities based in Glasgow and the west of Scotland who support and assist younger people.