Funding in Stirling

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BBC Children in Need Emergency Essentials Programme supports children and young people who are facing exceptionally difficult circumstances, and is delivered by Family Fund Business Services. The programme provides items that meet a child’s most basic needs such as a bed to sleep in, a cooker to provide a hot meal and other items or services critical to a child’s wellbeing. Eligible organisations can apply for a grant on behalf of the children they support. When applying on behalf of a child or young person, referrers must ensure that all possible statutory funding has been explored and exhausted before making an application to the Emergency Essentials Programme. The programme awards grants for critical household items, typically: - Cookers - Fridges, freezers and fridge-freezers - Washing machines and tumble dryers - Children’s beds and bedding - Kitchen equipment and small appliances - Furniture - Clothing - Baby equipment
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The Joseph Rank Trust

Last reviewed 17 hours ago
The Trustees have two main areas of interest: - projects that demonstrate a Christian approach to the practical, educational and spiritual needs of people of all ages - and the adaptation of Church properties with a view to providing improved facilities for use by the church and its work in the community in which it is based.
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The Art Fund - Acquisition Grant

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
This programme helps museums and galleries purchase works of art and objects for their collections so members of the public can experience and enjoy them. They help to fund works of art and other objects of artistic interest from antiquity to the present day. This includes: - Objects of national and international importance - Objects of significant regional interest - Objects which will artistically enrich collections and support the expansion and development of new areas of collecting
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Rannoch Trust

Last reviewed 17 hours ago
The Trust’s objects are to promote: - excellence in education, and in the care of those who are learning disabled or otherwise at risk. - religious tolerance and understanding in an international context - research into the regeneration of the ecosystem of the Scottish Highland with a view to establishing sustainable long term benefits to the environment and rural community - public education and learning by research into social sciences and economic policies and publication of such research. The Trust supports the work of national and local charities whose aims are similar to its own, and donations are made with the intention of building long term relationships.
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Stirling Council - Community Pride Fund

Last reviewed 17 hours ago
Funds local projects delivered for the benefit of single geographic communities in the Stirling Council area. Projects can include physical infrastructure and environmental improvements as well as activity promoting community spirit. Examples include; improvements to existing facilities such as structures, benches and fencing; sustainable floral displays; recycling facilities; spring cleans; activity that promotes your community or fosters community spirit.
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The Steel Charitable Trust

Last reviewed 18 hours ago
The Trustees prefer applications to fall into one of the five core categories below, although applications that fall outside these will be considered in exceptional circumstances: - Arts and Heritage - Economic or social disadvantage - Education - Environment - Health Since the outbreak of COVID-19, applications have more than doubled, making the average success rate since March 2020 a little under 4%.

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