The trust supports activities that will encourage young people to increase their participation in sporting activities.
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: 30 Apr 2024
Applications can only be accepted from constituted community groups located within Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston and the Isle of Arran. Applications for environmental projects will have priority but other projects are welcome to apply.
North Ayrshire Council administers Common Good funds for: Ardrossan; Irvine; Largs; Millport; Saltcoats and Stevenston. Applications must benefit all, or a significant group, of the inhabitants of the area to which the Common Good relates.
North Ayrshire Council has a number of Charitable Trusts for particular towns and villages which are intended to provide assistance to those in need. Priorities vary by each area.
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.
This small trust supports conservation and community projects throughout Arran including wildlife, paths and trails, marine, conservation, and sustainability.
North Ayrshire's Community Renewable Energy Generation Fund scheme invites applications from community organisations to support renewable energy projects in North Ayrshire.
Next deadline: 31 Mar 2024
Tenovus Scotland makes a key difference to Scottish medical research development through medical research grants and scholarships.
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