Gives grants for the public benefit and general welfare of the residents of the Tayside area
Third Aim Grants are to improve the quality and reach of education across the developing world and provide financial assistance to educational institutions that are looking to expand.
The Trust aims to relieve poverty and suffering, work to advance education and carry out any tasks beneficial to the community which, in law, are charitable. The Trust tends to favour organisations in the East of Scotland.
Makes grants to UK projects of significance to horticulture (or botany with a strong horticultural content) and education for horticulture.
Next deadline: 15th Feb 2022
This scheme provides grants for small farmers to make improveme
This scheme provides grants for crofters to make improvements to their crofts and help to sustain their businesses.
The Maranatha Trust offers financial support to religious causes. The trustees employ their discretion in order to determine which causes will receive donation.
The Trustees' current policy is to support primarily projects which are for the benefit of Glasgow and her citizens, but Scottish and UK wide projects will be considered for small grants if they can be applied locally.
The Trust was set up to disburse the funds received in respect to the Farr Windfarm. It supports projects which benefit the local community in the Strathdearn area.
The foundation supports homelessness, health and wellbeing, employability, education, environment and sustainability. It particularly helps with initiatives that develop and improve local communities.