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    Adapt & Thrive Programme Extended


    Organisation: Scottish Government

    Deadline date: 2021-06-21

    On 24 February, the Scottish Government confirmed additional investment for the Community and Third Sector Recovery Programme, which will allow Adapt and Thrive to continue to support the sector until the 21st of June 2021. Adapt and Thrive offers a combination of advice and funding to support organisations to reflect on their current services…

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    Aviva Community Fund


    Organisation: Aviva

    Deadline date: 2021-07-06

    Applications are now open for the next round of the Aviva Community Fund, for fresh ideas looking to secure up to £50,000.  Deadline – 6th July See here for more information and to apply!

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    CHOOSE NOW CHANGE LIVES


    Organisation: Boost Drinks

    Deadline date:

    The Boost Choose Now Change Lives programme has been launched as part of Boost’s 20th-anniversary celebrations. To celebrate, Boost will be offering community grants to support a range of community groups and organisations. The grants will be managed by Groundwork, a specialist charity working locally and nationally to transform lives…

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    Connecting Scotland Programme


    Organisation: Connecting Scotland

    Deadline date: Deadline for applications: 5th July 2021

    Connecting Scotland  is a Scottish Government programme set up in response to coronavirus. It provides iPads, Chromebooks and support to develop digital skills for people who digitally excluded and on low incomes. Phase three is now underway and aims to remove barriers related to digital exclusion for unemployed young people…

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    Henry Duncan Grants


    Organisation: Corra Foundation

    Deadline date: 2021-07-01

    This year’s Henry Duncan Grants will fund community-based support for mental health and wellbeing. Around one in three people in Scotland are estimated to experience mental ill health in any year. The impacts aren’t spread equally across the population, with adults living in areas of poverty approximately twice as likely to have common…

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    Impact in Social Enterprise Award 2021


    Organisation: PwC

    Deadline date: 2021-06-26

    The PwC Building Public Trust Award for Impact in Social Enterprise, in partnership with the School for Social Entrepreneurs, recognises UK based social enterprises demonstrating excellence in impact reporting. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, PwC has supported businesses in responding to the significant impacts it has had and our COVID-19 webpages pull together a…

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    Investing in Enterprise Fund


    Organisation: Jessica Scotland Trust

    Deadline date:

    The Investing in Enterprise Fund offers blended grant and loan investment to social enterprises, community organisations and charities working within our 13 eligible areas (see list above). The fund can invest between £10,000 and £500,000 per business; up to 50% of this can be in the form of a grant…

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    Magic Little Grants 2021


    Organisation: People’s Postcode Lottery

    Deadline date: 2021-10-31

    Localgiving is working with People’s Postcode Lottery, a grant giving charity funded by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, to offer charitable organisations the opportunity to apply for 2000 grants of £500. What they fund The Magic Little Grants Fund provides charitable organisations the opportunity to access funding to deliver a range of projects which…

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    Magic Little Grants 2021


    Organisation: Local Giving's

    Deadline date: 2021-10-31

    2020 was our biggest programme to date, seeing us distribute £500 grants to 938 charitable organisations delivering sports or physical activities across the UK. With the support and contributions from the players of the People’s Postcode Lottery. 45% of groups who received Magic Little Grants were brand new organisations to…

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    Merchant House of Glasgow


    Organisation: The Merchant House of Glasgow

    Deadline date:

    registered charities can apply who provide care and assistance to groups of or concerned with disabled, elderly or terminally ill, and the socially deprived; provide for the care, advancement and rehabilitation of youth and organisations connected with the Arts – Music, Theatre and the visual arts

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