South Lanarkshire Council - Renewable Energy Fund
Funds are available for capital projects which improve quality of life and economic prosperity of communities within 10km of participating renewable energy developments at Whitelee, Pates Hill, Stallashaw and Blacklaw.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation - Small Grants
Trusthouse gives grants for running costs to charities and not-for-profit organisations under the overarching themes are Rural Issues and Urban Deprivation. Their preference is for front line organisations working directly with people in need.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation - Major Grants
Funds organisations working directly with families in need. Organisations should have a focus on Family Support including early intervention, families coping with addiction, and prisoners' families.
Garfield Weston Foundation
The Foundation supports a broad range of organisations and activities that share a commitment to making a positive impact to the lives of the communities in which they work, and that are driven by a desire to achieve excellence.
The Gannochy Trust provides funding to registered charities, primarily working in Perth and Kinross, but also to inspire and develop young people throughout Scotland.
Next deadline: 4 Aug 2023
SSE - Clyde South Lanarkshire Development Fund
The Fund supports capital projects which will result in a range of local benefits for local people including employment and/or education opportunities and support the local economic prosperity of South Lanarkshire.
SRDP - Agri-Environment Climate Scheme
The Agri-Environment Climate Scheme promotes land management practices which protect and enhance Scotland’s magnificent natural heritage, improve water quality, manage flood risk and mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Dunvegan Community Trust - Project Funding
Funding is available to local constituted, non-profit making groups that operate in the Dunvegan area, or benefit the residents of the Dunvegan.
Social Business Trust
SBT’s mission is to support high growth potential social enterprises to scale-up their impact. They do that by investing cash grants and professional support from seven partner organisations in a carefully selected portfolio of social enterprises.
The Scottish Hydro Electric Community Trust
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.
Next deadline: 5 Sep 2023