CAF provides social investment loans which are unsecured. Investments are tailored to the needs of the organisations they finance and can be used for specific projects or to support day-to-day working capital.
Shift is designed to empower more people to cycle for everyday journeys. Grant recipients will also receive access to expert training, networking, and other support.
The Toyota Parasport Fund in Scotland will focus on Disability Inclusion Training (UKDIT) workshops co-ordinated through the SDS Branch network to reach coaches and volunteers working in local clubs and sessions.
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
The policy of the Trust is to make grants to voluntary organisations in the Edinburgh area which are concerned with the welfare of young people, in particular, through the encouragement of participation in outdoor activities.
Funds a range of activities with a focus on helping organisations and projects that address social issues particularly relating to education, health and well-being, and inclusion.
The objectives of the Trust are widely drawn. In previous years they have supported projects under the headings of medical research & support, adult and child welfare.
Next deadline: 31st Aug 2022
The Foundation supports charities registered in the United Kingdom, the dominant purpose of which is to benefit either the Arts or Learning.
The main purpose of the scheme is to assist the development of community based access works. Suitable for Community councils and voluntary bodies, such as community groups.
This fund supports services/projects, run by Scottish-based community groups and small charities, in the following qualifying categories: sport, recreational activities, animal welfare, health and culture.
Next deadline: 25th Feb 2022