Funding in Stirling

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Brownlie Charitable Trust

Last reviewed a day ago
The objectives of the Trust are widely drawn. The trustees will employ their discretion in order to determine which charitable initiatives they support. They fund mostly under the headings of adult and child welfare and medical research but also support armed services welfare, humanitarian aid and education.
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Weavers Benevolent Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Funds are given to help disadvantaged young people, especially those at risk of offending, and to address problems faced by offenders, ex-offenders and their families. There is a preference for supporting smaller charities which provide direct services.
The Scottish Government's Community & Third Sector Recovery Programme aims to support charities, community groups, social enterprises and voluntary organisations that are supporting people and communities through the shift from lockdown to recovery. The Adapt and Thrive Programme aims to support organisations across the third sector to adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19 and build back better to thrive in the future. The programme will help organisations to make the necessary changes to operate sustainably so they can continue to have a positive impact On people and communities. The Community & Third Sector Recovery programme has two strands: Adapt & Thrive Programme (support for organisational change) and Communities Recovery Fund (grants to allow organisations to reintroduce the delivery of services and support the adaptation of existing services, or develop new ones).
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Mickel Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Grants are distributed twice a year with the sole purpose of improving the lives of others through charitable donations in and around Scotland, and where possible on a global scale. They focus on five core funding priorities: - the advancement of education - the prevention or relief of poverty - the advancement of health and saving of lives - the advancement of art, heritage, science and culture - the advancement of public participation in sports. The Fund offers support through three categories: Major grant donations, Annual donations and Value engineering (non-financial support for capital build projects).
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Paraton Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Focuses on the relief of poverty, advancement of the Christian faith, economic and community development, social welfare, particularly for children and young people, older people and people with disabilities. Applicants should be creators of solutions rather than providers of short-term aid. Spiritual and social support and engagement will be given higher priority than medical care.
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Energy Saving Trust - Energy Redress Scheme

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Energy Saving Trust has been appointed by Ofgem to distribute payments from energy companies who have breached rules. The funds can pay for anything from making a home more energy efficient, to providing advice that helps consumers keep on top of their bills. The core priorities for the scheme are to deliver benefits to the types of consumers that were negatively impacted by the breach(es) that have occurred. Examples of the kind of activity that could be funded include, but are not limited to: - engaging vulnerable customers with energy issues and referring them for support - energy advice that does not duplicate existing advice services - installation of energy saving or renewable energy measures that cannot be funded elsewhere and are innovative or are being used in innovative ways - in home safety advice and measures related to energy systems - training and education on energy that is targeted at supporting vulnerable customers.

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