Provides flexible investment and debt funding for energy projects in Scotland that will facilitate, catalyse and accelerate Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy.
Community benefit funding to eligible projects in 10 beneficiary Community Council areas in the vicinity of Beinn Tharsuinn windfarm.
Funding is available to advance the Christian religion, with particular emphasis on evangelism and the encouragement among believers of good works in all parts of the world.
Grants are made to charitable bodies carrying out projects in the following areas: Medical research and Care, The Arts, Education and The Community. They primarily support organisations in Edinburgh.
Funds a range of charities under the headings of: church; community support; medical research/community care; armed forces welfare;arts; international aid.
Applications are invited from any football organisation, from senior clubs in the Scottish Premier League to children’s teams competing at a local level.
Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more.
Opened: 1st Apr 2021
Helps museums, galleries, libraries and archives throughout Scotland to make acquisitions for their collections, provided they are open to the public and not run for profit. Grants may be made to assist the purchase of an object or group of objects.
Small, one-off grants are available for the benefit of local communities around Scotmid stores. Key areas supported are: children/education, health, homelessness/poverty, arts & culture, environment, elderly, and active lifestyles.
This fund is designed to support museums with the costs of opening back up in a way that ensures the safety and confidence of staff, volunteers and visitors while restrictions are still in place due to COVID-19.
Opened: 13th Apr 2021
Next deadline: 11th Jun 2021