The fund will help communities take ownership of the land and buildings that matter to them, as well as practical support to develop their aspirations into viable projects.
Social enterprises based in the South Lanarkshire area can apply for small amounts of funding to start-up and/or grow trading activity that will deliver social and environmental impact.
Community groups can apply for help in funding projects, programs or community events within the city which help: Eliminate discrimination, Advance equality of opportunity and Promote good relations across the range of protected characteristics.
Provides loan funding to new and growing small & medium sized businesses across Scotland.
Peatland Action (PA) is a peatland restoration project run by Scottish Natural Heritage and funded mainly by Scottish Government. The funding primarily supports on-the-ground restoration activities.
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 Race Legal Support Fund will support legal work to fight race discrimination. Legal practitioners will be able to apply for funding to seek advice and help to resolve complaints of race discrimination, up to and including legal proceedings.
Each of the 21 council wards receives a discretionary budget and it will be for each ward to consider when they wish to commit funds. Any reasonable applications, normally from community groups and organisations will be considered.
Common Good funds are available in Arbroath, Brechin, Forfar, Kirriemuir and Montrose. Your project could combine a range of different activities but must show direct community-wide benefit.
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.