The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust funds United Kingdom Registered Charities operating in the UK in the fields of the advancement of the arts, health and medical welfare and environmental protection or improvement.
Motability - Wheelchair Sector Grant Programme
Aims to support charities and organisations to make an immediate impact for disabled people, by awarding funding to improve and expand their access to good quality affordable wheelchairs.
Motability - Community Transport Grants
Aims to help charities and organisations to make an immediate impact for disabled people, by awarding funding to develop, expand and improve community transport options.
John M Archer Charitable Trust
The trust has general charitable purposes and supports local, national and international organisations. Most of their funding went to medical/health charities.
Scottish Property Industry Festival of Christmas (SPIFOX)
Gives grants to children's charities in Scotland, enabling the purchase of equipment and the provision of facilities to better perform their function of caring.
Verden Sykes Trust
Supports groups and individuals in need in Aberdeen across a range of areas.
NHS Tayside - Community Innovation Fund
NHS Tayside is making these funds available for communities to enhance their environments, promote community spirit and inspire pride in neighbourhoods. The funder is particularly looking for new and inventive ways of helping communities.
The Truemark Trust
Small grants are available to mostly small local charities across the UK for the relief of all kinds of social distress and disadvantage.
Firstport - Launch Me
LaunchMe is Scotland’s social enterprise accelerator. It prepares ambitious social enterprises and community organisations for growth so they can achieve social impact at scale.
Motability - Travelling with Confidence Grant Programme
Aims to help charities and organisations to make an immediate impact by awarding funding to develop, expand and improve confidence in making journeys and active travel for disabled people.