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    National Lottery Community Fund – Young Start

    Organisation: National Lottery Community Fund

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    Helping young people aged eight to 24 to become more confident and play an active part in realising their potential. Through Young Start we are offering funding from £10,001 to £100,000 to help children and young people across Scotland become more confident, so they can realise their own potential. See…

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    New funding to help people settle in Scotland

    Organisation: Scottish Refugee Council

    Deadline date: 2021-05-22

    The New Scots Refugee Integration Delivery Project – to extend existing work, or to start new projects that support the integration of people seeking sanctuary across Scotland, as long as they meet the priorities of the New Scots strategy that can be found here.   Deadline – 22nd May.

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    New funds for community projects in Shetland

    Organisation: Shetland Community Benefit Fund

    Deadline date: 2030-01-01

    The first community benefit money from the Viking Community Fund is now available for funding local projects.  Managed by the Shetland Community Benefit Fund the Advanced Grant Scheme is open to projects supported by any of Shetland’s 18 community councils. Local or Shetland-wide groups, charities, social enterprises or even business and individuals…

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    Partners in Change

    Organisation: The Robertson Trust

    Deadline date: 2021-06-03

    Partners in Change is available to organisations working in Scotland with an annual income of more than £2M. It will support work which aims to change how services and supports for people experiencing poverty and/or trauma are designed and delivered through the fund, we are interested in providing funding and working alongside the organisations to…

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    Partnership Drugs Initiative

    Organisation: Corra Foundation

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    PDI is focused on supporting projects delivering in communities across Scotland that aim to increase the well-being of children and young people affected by drugs and alcohol with the three target areas of support, children and young people that are:        At risk of physical and/or emotional neglect due…

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    Royal London Changemakers Programme

    Organisation: Royal London

    Deadline date: 2021-06-01

    Does your social venture help people build financial resilience?  You might be providing access to the financially excluded, debt management, financial upskilling, financial tech for good and financial planning solutions.  Or you might be working on other innovative  ways of lifting people into financial security. Royal London and the School for…

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    Scotland’s Creative Digital Initiative


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    For creative and cultural businesses to help the sector develop digital capabilities in response to the limitations imposed by COVID-19.  Includes – grants for creative businesses to build their digital capacity; courses to increase confidence in digital understanding and workshops and mentoring for artists and cultural organisations.

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    Social Entrepreneurs Fund – Start It

    Organisation: Firstport

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    Up to £5,000 of start-up funding for individuals with a business idea that addresses a social, environmental, and/or community issue.

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    SSEN Resilient Communities Fund (North of Scotland)

    Organisation: Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks

    Deadline date: 2021-06-10

    SSEN Resilient Communities Fund (North of Scotland) – Constituted organisations delivering projects that improve community participation and community resilience are invited to apply for the Resilient Communities Fund.  You can apply for funding from £1,000 up to a maximum of £20,000 if your group is based within the SSEN distribution area.  Deadline…

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    Tesco Community Grants

    Organisation: Tesco

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    Tesco Community Grants fund thousands of local community projects across the UK, helping to fight holiday hunger, tackle mental health, support young people, host community events and much more. The grant scheme is open for applications and will provide grants of up to £1500 to support projects focused on children…

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