The Trust supports voluntary organisations working in three areas: Sustainable livelihood projects in Africa, Work with families affected by domestic abuse and prisoners and ex-offenders in the UK.
Grants are restricted to Scottish charities carrying out work with the elderly, young people, ex-service personnel and seafarers. Priority is given to charities largely administered by voluntary or honorary officials.
The principal objective is providing grants to Churches in Scotland for repair or improvement work on church buildings.
Grants are given to encourage and assist the provision of leisure activities for the disabled, in particular wheelchair users.
The trust makes a large number of mostly small grants to charities, with a preference for those in Dundee and Tayside.
The fund will award grants towards creating opportunities for young people and their families to have the resilience, skills and capacity to lead happy and healthy lives.
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 BRIT Trust considers applications which meet the criteria within its mission statement: "improving lives through the power of music and the creative arts".
The trust's charitable objects are: Tackling Child Abuse & Neglect, Visual impairment, Neurological conditions, and Animal welfare.
The Foundation aims to advance the wellbeing of people, society and the natural world by focusing on the arts, environment and social action. Grants are made in three categories: Arts, Environment and Social Action.
Opened: 2nd Jul 2018