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.
Fallago Environment Fund is investing in local and regional projects right across the Scottish Borders, including areas that don’t have access to a local community benefit fund.
Next deadline: 1 Mar 2024
The Trustees’ support projects in the Lothians and Borders with a focus on the encouragement of participation in and promotion of accessibility to music and the arts, and the advancement of health.
Opened: 1 Sep 2023
Next deadline: 15 Dec 2023
The Orcome Trust is administered and located in Newhall on the borders of Midlothian and Tweeddale. Preference is given to smaller charities and projects that benefit the general geographical area as well as further afield for worthwhile causes.
Supports community projects benefiting those living in the areas covered by the Community Councils of: Ettrick & Yarrow, Lilliesleaf, Ashkirk & Midlem and Upper Teviotdale & Borthwick Water.
Next deadline: 5 Jan 2024
Funds applications which benefit the residents of the Community Council areas of Abbey St Bathans, Bonkyl & Preston, Duns, Gavinton, Fogo & Preston, and Lammermuir.
Next deadline: 31 Jan 2024
Supports voluntary and community groups that are active within their communities and who are planning community based projects. The Fund operates in five Area Partnerships; Berwickshire, Cheviot, Eildon, Teviot and Liddesdale and Tweeddale.
The AEB Charitable Trust make grants in a wide range of areas including wildlife, health, and the elderly. The Trust favours organisations in the Lothians and Borders areas.
Next deadline: 30 Nov 2024
The fund benefits projects in the Community Council area of the Parish of Stow in the Scottish Borders which: Enhance quality of life for local residents; Contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities; Promote community activity.
Supports projects which enhance quality of life for local residents; contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities; and promote community spirit and encourage community activity in the areas of Upper Tweed, Tweedsmuir & Skirling.