The purpose of the fund is to support community organisations to acquire and develop community assets. It will support development and build capacity of organisations to undertake asset transfers.
Grants are available to help bring literature alive with an author, poet, playwright, graphic novelist or storyteller visit. They support interesting, imaginative sessions which show a commitment to the promotion and enjoyment of reading and writing.
Next deadline: 31st May 2021
The trust's charitable objects are: Tackling Child Abuse & Neglect, Visual impairment, Neurological conditions, and Animal welfare.
For purposes of benefit to the community in the Nairn area or district through relief of poverty and needs of the elderly, furtherance of education, provision of recreation and leisure in interests of social welfare.
Cash 4 Clubs is a sports funding scheme which gives clubs a chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, purchase new equipment, gain coaching qualifications, and generally invest in the sustainability of their club.
Opened: 12th Apr 2021
The Foundation aims to: ensure greater opportunities for those who are disadvantaged; strengthen the local communities in which the company operates; improve Scotland’s natural and built environment; sustain the unique culture and heritage of Scotland.
Grants are available to organisations benefiting blind and visually impaired people who live in East Fife or who come to East Fife for rehabilitation or training. The trust is particularly interested in sponsoring sensory gardens and facilities.
Shell provide community grants to groups which operate near their sites in Aberdeen, Mossmorran and St Fergus. These are provided both for ongoing community projects and for sponsorship of community events.
Variety supports youth clubs because they provide opportunities for improving social skills, team spirit and self esteem. They prefer to fund tangible resources such as sports equipment, computers or musical instruments.
Assistance is given to young people in need or organisations that support such young people giving preference to those that reside in the Clydesdale area of South Lanarkshire.