The LIFE programme supports projects that protect the environment and tackle the impact of climate change.
The Foundation has set up an emergency fund to help small to medium sized organisations who are struggling to manage the financial impact of COVID-19 either because of increased demand for their services or loss of income.
Organisations can apply for an ‘emergency’ grant to help with additional expenses incurred during the pandemic. As the restrictions are relaxed and organisations start to return to former activities emergency grants can assist recovery.
Awards micro grants to support local constituted and non-constituted groups for activity which is community focused
Provides flexible investment and debt funding for energy projects in Scotland that will facilitate, catalyse and accelerate Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy.
BBC Children in Need Emergency Essentials Programme is delivered by Family Fund Business Services. It aims to provide grant items that meet a child or young person’s most basic needs or are critical to their wellbeing.
The funds single priority is the development of group music making, especially involving young people in projects incorporating composition and creative ideas.
Next deadline: 30th Sep 2021
This fund is available to assist tenants’ groups by providing: Start up funding, an annual grant to help with running costs and one off grants for special projects.
Applications are open to Association-registered Juvenile and Novice Juvenile bands. The sort of assistance that will be considered will range from help with band bus fees, to tuition and instruments.
The fund supports a wide range of charitable activities at the discretion of the Trustees. Previous causes have included health charities, churches, and music education.