Funds heritage projects of all sizes to buy anything which is of outstanding importance to the national heritage and either at risk or of memorial character.
The fund welcomes applications from organisations that make a difference across a range of areas with benefit the communities living in the identified community council areas.
The Foyle School Library Scheme accepts applications from state funded schools in the United Kingdom, giving priority to primary schools and funding library/reading books.
Scottish EDGE is a competition aimed at identifying and supporting Scotland’s up-and-coming, innovative, high-growth potential entrepreneurial talent. You should have an ambitious growth strategy and a commitment to deliver upon it.
Gives grants for the public benefit and general welfare of the residents of the Tayside area.
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.
The trusts purpose is to give those living in cities a better chance to enjoy nature and the beauties of the countryside. This is a small grant making trust.
The grants scheme supports projects in Shetland that deliver services, activities and initiatives in relation to the priority areas including children and young people, health inequalities, and economic recovery and growth.
This is general grant making trust which supports various charities, including many in Scotland. They currently have a backlog of applications to review and are not accepting any new ones for the time being.
Grants to support children and young people to help them develop and to take part in activities that might not otherwise be available for them, offering them opportunities to contribute to their own communities and to the life of the city.