Ragdoll Foundation’s Open Grants scheme supports the cultural sector’s work with children and young people, particularly projects where the concerns of childhood can be heard. The scheme operates a rolling deadline. Find out more.
Barchester Healthcare Foundation provides grants to projects that support older people and other adults with a disability to connect with others in their local community. Grants range from £100 to £5k, and applications may be submitted at any time. Find out more.
This project started in July 2018 and is ongoing Funding applications – Open The Scottish Government is partnering with Nesta to find and support early stage projects that build and/or use collaborative digital platforms to tackle challenges around sustainable energy and transport; focusing on the most vulnerable consumers. Why are we doing this? […]
The Weir Charitable Trust may be able to help your organisation if you meet all of the following criteria: You are a small charity or community group with income of less than £100,000 a year You are based and operate in Scotland, providing services to improve the quality of life for the people of Scotland […]
The Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) offers a range of financial support to local energy projects. The main funding streams for new applicants are: CARES Enablement Grant – Up to £25K where the value of the grant will be capped based on innovation or scheme complexity and can be used to fund feasibility […]
From the Big Lottery Fund website: Click here to apply. Through Young Start we are offering funding from £10,000 to £100,000 to help children and young people across Scotland become more confident, so they can realise their own potential. We want to fund work that achieves at least one of the following three outcomes: children and […]
The Scottish Government has made an investment of £20 million per year for the duration of the current Parliament (2018-19 – 2020-21). This investment through the Programme for Government is to support the delivery of services to reduce problem drug and alcohol use. We have allocated this investment across three funding streams for 2018-19 which […]
Zero Waste Scotland is investing £18 million as grant funding to small and medium sized enterprises who are helping to create a more circular economy. ZWS invites proposals from: Small to medium sized enterprises (less than 250 employees/turnover less than €50 million) Non-profit organisations (charities and social enterprises) ZWS is interested in: Exploring markets for new circular […]
The Social Enterprise Network (SEN) Bridging Loan is a small fund that is capitalised by the investment of people and organisations within the Scottish Third Sector, via the purchase of Community Bonds. Bridging loans are only available to Social Enterprise Network members and are only for organisations looking for bridging finance. See more details and apply.
Improving Lives grant programme provides grants to charitable organisations that help people when other sources of support have failed, are inappropriate, or are simply not available. They support established organisations delivering services directly to beneficiaries. They are looking for services which can demonstrate a track record of success, and evidence the effectiveness of the work. This […]
Turn2Us has been providing financial support to residents in Edinburgh since 2011 through the Edinburgh Trust. Until now, the Trust has focused on providing financial support to people needing short term help for themselves and their families. The trust is now looking to fund and support new and innovative projects in Edinburgh, which can provide […]