The Trust supports voluntary organisations working in three areas: Sustainable livelihood projects in Africa, Work with families affected by domestic abuse and prisoners and ex-offenders in the UK.
Grants are restricted to Scottish charities carrying out work with the elderly, young people, ex-service personnel and seafarers. Priority is given to charities largely administered by voluntary or honorary officials.
The principal objective is providing grants to Churches in Scotland for repair or improvement work on church buildings.
Funding for a wide variety of charitable organisations across Scotland and the UK. Previous recipients include: National Trust Scotland, The Abbotsford Trust, Erskine Hospital, St Mungos and Highland Hospice.
Annual funding for village halls in the Scottish Borders.
The Trust provides junior sports people, living in the Scottish Borders, with assistance to enable them to further their sporting careers, whatever their chosen sport.
The fund has general charitable interests. In 2019 they gave 13 grants to cancer, health, disability and botanical garden charities mostly in Scotland and Dundee.
The Cataloguing Grants Programme aims to ensure that significant archive collections, representing the lives and perspectives of all people across the UK, are made accessible to the public for research and enjoyment.
Next deadline: 13th Dec 2021
Interest free loans are available to Scottish businesses to help lower their transport and travel costs. These loans are funded by Transport Scotland and have a repayment term of up to 6 years.
Funding has been allocated by Argyll and Bute Council for the development of artworks for Helensburgh Outdoor Museum. Awards are available for costs incurred in developing, fabricating / producing and installing an art work in the Outdoor Museum.
Next deadline: 15th Feb 2022