Priority is given to charities in Scotland, particularly Ayrshire and Glasgow that assist individuals suffering from a range of illnesses both physical and mental, hospices, museums, refuges and facilities for ex military staff.
Next deadline: 30th Apr 2022
The Trust supports hospitals, institutions, societies and others whose work they believe is beneficial to the community in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
This small trust supports conservation and community projects throughout Arran including wildlife, paths and trails, marine, conservation, and sustainability.
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.
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 main purpose of the scheme is to assist the development of community based access works. Suitable for Community councils and voluntary bodies, such as community groups.
The trust supports activities that will encourage young people to increase their participation in sporting activities.
Provides funding for environmental and eco-friendly community projects to enhance the local area, funding for educational trips and activities for local schools and sponsorship for local events and shows.
The British Science Association’s Highlands and Islands Change Community Grant will offer grants to community groups in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland to work with a researcher to run a project exploring a local climate issue that matters to them.
Opened: 17th Nov 2021
Next deadline: 31st Jan 2022