Supports charitable projects in the Heriot, Oxton & Channelkirk and Parish of Stow Community Council areas with a focus on enhancing quality of life, creating vibrant communities and promoting community spirit.
The fund is available to charitable and voluntary organisations who wish to improve access to and use of facilities for disabled people at premises in public use.
Grants are given for environmental projects that: are led and delivered by community groups; make a significant difference to the local environment; are widely supported within the community.
The Trust funds charities and voluntary organisations. It is a small trust and has no specific area of interest and awards grants at the discretion of the Trustees.
The trustee’s principal aim is to provide financial support to individuals, groups and organisations which operate in Langholm and the surrounding area or for the benefit of its inhabitants although national charities are also supported.
BBC Children in Need awards grants each year to organisations supporting disadvantaged children and young people under 18 in the UK. Projects can either work directly with children or seek to improve their social and physical environments.
The fund supports the town and citizens of Arbroath. In practice it gives primarily to local youth, sport, recreation, arts and musical groups.
The purpose of this budget is to enable the Committee to respond to local issues and needs. Projects which enhance local service delivery and particularly the appearance and level of maintenance of towns and villages will be given preference.
Bringing People Together funding can support projects that will build stronger connections across communities, and improve the infrastructure and conditions that are needed to strengthen these connections.
The Global Majority Fund is for organisations who work with communities facing racial inequality within the UK.
Opened: 30th Mar 2021
Next deadline: 30th Apr 2021