Supports projects with clear benefit to communities in Moray and the Highlands and Islands. They will fund projects that cover one or more of the following: Education and Training, Health, Care, Sport, Arts and Heritage, and Conservation and Environment.
Next deadline: 30th Jul 2021
Not-for-profit community projects can apply for up to 50% of the costs of an electricity connection within the Scottish Hydro-Electric Distribution area, particularly those in rural areas.
Next deadline: 3rd Sep 2021
The fund is available to organisations and individuals who operate within the following community council boundaries - Dyke landward, Forres, Findhorn & Kinloss, Speyside, Finderne and Heldon.
Next deadline: 20th Sep 2021
The fund has been established to contribute to the communities impacted from the construction of an 84 turbine offshore wind farm set in the Moray Firth and will invest the community council areas of Buckie and District, Strathisla, Keith and Lennox.
Next deadline: 1st Sep 2021
Applications are invited from groups, organisations and social enterprises for local projects with social or environmental benefits. Priority will be given to applications that benefit people living within a 5 mile radius of Edintore Wind Farm.
Projects will help build stronger and more resilient fishing communities, sustain grow and diversify marine, coastal and aquaculture economies and improved the understanding of the marine environment and management of resources.
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 organisations whose focus relates to the health, education and the well-being of children and young people in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray. Applications are by invitation.
The Foundation aims to: ensure greater opportunities for those who are disadvantaged; strengthen the local communities in which the company operates; improve Scotland’s natural and built environment; sustain the unique culture and heritage of Scotland.
This fund is aimed at supporting schools and voluntary and community groups making educational visits to the Cairngorms National Park, particularly those from deprived areas, those who have not visited the Park before and those who experience disadvantage