Provides financial assistance to individuals and organisations in North East Scotland. Support the advancement of community development, children and young people’s health and welfare, training and education, civic responsibility and volunteering.
The Trust's objectives are the advancement of education, the advancement of religion and the advancement of health. It funds local charities working with young people in Tayside and North Fife.
Grants for Heritage can fund projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional and local heritage of the UK.
Opened: 25th Nov 2020
Provides relief and direct assistance to aged, infirm, blind, poor, impoverished, distressed or sick person or persons with preference for the City of Glasgow. Funds are given to individuals and organisations.
The Trust can support a wide range of charitable projects. Preference given to causes within Perth & Kinross with emphasis on the sphere of education, music and the arts. There is a preference to fund start up projects or improvements to projects.
Gives grants for the public benefit and general welfare of the residents of the Tayside area
This scheme provides grants for crofters to make improvements to their crofts and help to sustain their businesses.
The Trustees' current policy is to support primarily projects which are for the benefit of Glasgow and her citizens, but Scottish and UK wide projects will be considered for small grants if they can be applied locally.
The Trust was set up to disburse the funds received in respect to the Farr Windfarm. It supports projects which benefit the local community in the Strathdearn area.
The Rural and Islands Housing funds aim to increase the supply of affordable housing of all tenures in rural Scotland and will contribute to the 50,000 affordable homes target.