Funding in Stirling

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Royal London Changemakers Programme

Last reviewed 12 hours ago
Royal London’s Changemakers Programme, in partnership with the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Year Here, is looking to create, develop and invest in bold ideas and sustainable solutions to build people’s resilience to life shocks. They want to prevent inevitable life shocks from turning into a financial crisis for the most vulnerable. They are looking for 10 innovative, ambitious leaders of social enterprise and social ventures that are helping to build financial resilience and are looking to grow their impact and income from trading.
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Corra Foundation - Partnership Drugs Initiative

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
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 to their parent/carers alcohol and/or other drug use, - Struggling to understand or manage change and feelings due to their parents/carers recovery from alcohol and/or drugs. - Likely to experiment or use alcohol and other drugs as a coping mechanism by showing signs of: multiple adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), their own risky or damaging use of alcohol and or/other drugs. PDI works closely with all potential and supported groups to help improve their approach and understanding of what it takes to make a difference to children and young people. Support for groups is offered by sharing staff learning, and knowledge from other groups and partners.
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Vegware - Community Fund

Last reviewed 12 hours ago
The Vegware Community Fund gives monthly support to non-profit sustainability projects, with new recipients being added as Vegware grows. The Vegware Community Fund supports sustainability in its widest sense, including the built and natural environment, and community projects. The fund offers monthly grants or a regular donation of Vegware products. Grants are intended to cover core costs, which may include items like stationery, teas/coffees for volunteers, equipment hire, heating, web hosting, internet access and so on. It is their goal to provide a contribution to allow groups to engage in their chosen task, develop or expand existing projects, or provide a basis from which to apply for further project funding.
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Learning Through Landscapes - Clothing Library

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The scheme will provide high-quality wet weather clothing libraries for full classes of 30 pupils in 7 primary schools across the UK. These clothing libraries will ensure that children can get outside whatever the weather, year after year.
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Foundation Scotland - Cambusbarron Community Fund

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The fund receives its payment from the Earlsburn and Kingsburn Wind Farms for the benefit of people in the Cambusbarron Community Council area. Applications should usually be linked to priorities and projects already identified in the Cambusbarron Community Action Plan. These include: - Schemes or activities which protect, conserve or improve the environment. - Schemes or activities which promote rural regeneration though increasing opportunities for local enterprise and vocational training. - The development and improvement of infrastructure including transport, broadband, community-owned property and access routes. - Proposals which seek to maintain, improve or expand community services and facilities, including health, welfare and education, particularly with regard to young people and the elderly. - The development and improvement of community facilities and activities, including the arts, heritage, culture and science. - The development and improvement of leisure/sport facilities and activities and tourism opportunities. - Activities which support capacity building for new and existing community organisations, in particular to help promote citizenship and community development.
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Sea-Changers Innovation Fund

Last reviewed a day ago
The Innovation Fund has an emphasis on supporting ideas that are new and/or experimental solutions in the field of marine conservation. The innovation may be aimed either at addressing root causes of marine conservation threats and challenges in the UK, or or at preventing/reducing negative impacts on UK coastal and marine environments/species. The Innovation Fund applications will be judged against the following criteria: - Degree of innovation and creativity - Potential for impact on coastal and marine environment and/or specific - Value for money - Deliverability and sustainability See guidelines on the funder website for full details of criteria.

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