Applications will be considered from organisations and community groups providing direct benefit to communities for all people in need in and around Glasgow.
The principle activities of the fund are the maintenance and repair of church buildings throughout Scotland with priority to churches in the west and south west of Scotland. Support is also given for new initiatives and projects in Christian Mission.
Sense Over Sectarianism gives grants to projects aimed at the great Glasgow area that challenge sectarianism and bigotry. It aims to challenge bigotry and sectarianism and break down barriers between people caused by religious and cultural difference.
Opened: 29th May 2019
The grant can be used for transport costs to and from your school or group’s meeting place to the National Park and the costs of accessing Inchcailloch for outdoor learning activities.Priority will be given to schools and groups from disadvantaged areas.
The Trust supports hospitals, institutions, societies and others whose work they believe is beneficial to the community in Glasgow and the West of Scotland
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. Grants are also given to child
During the current crisis, the St Nicholas Care Fund is operating on a rolling programme of grant-giving. for organisations that support disadvantaged communities based in the Archdiocese of Glasgow.
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. Individual domestic cases can apply for a grant of up to 30%.
Next deadline: 14th May 2021
Supports charities benefiting the wellbeing of older people, and smaller charities based in Glasgow and the west of Scotland who support and assist younger people.
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.