Supports organisations across Scotland to take a leading role in increasing the number of people who cycle, creating sustainable communities.
Lintel Trust provides support for projects helping people to maintain their tenancies, improve their lives and engage and participate fully in community life. Most of the projects funded offer support to people who are excluded from community activities.
Next deadline: 18 Oct 2022
The Trust will gives grant towards religion; medicine; education; youth; and historic building maintenance. The Trust has a preference for the Dundee and Tayside areas of Scotland.
The fund aims to support community groups and organisations that are encouraging and facilitating greater use of woods by people to derive health, well-being and community benefits.
The fund is designed to support museums to make strategic steps towards becoming more resilient organisations in line with the aims of the National Strategy.
Next deadline: 19 Oct 2022
The purpose of the trust is the relief of financial hardship in general and the relief if hardship and suffering sustained by those afflicted by physical disability or disease. They tend to support national health charities in Scotland.
Pilotlight matches up business experts with charities to share their expertise, bringing new perspectives, diverse skills and vast experience to bear on the challenges charities are facing.
Next deadline: 17 Aug 2022
Grants are distributed twice a year with the sole purpose of improving the lives of others through charitable donations in and around Scotland, and where possible on a global scale.
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 fund's mission is to contribute towards strategic change which improves financial well-being in the UK.
Next deadline: 4 Feb 2023