Funding in Stirling

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The Kirby Laing Foundation

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The Foundation supports a wide range of charities both in the UK and abroad. Areas of particular interest to the Trustees include: promotion of the evangelical Christian faith; education, with a particular interest in the promotion of science and engineering, and youth development; medical research, with a particular emphasis on dementia and stroke; social/medical welfare projects, particularly those benefitting elderly and disabled people; preservation of cultural/environmental heritage and improving access to the arts for young people and the disabled (projects of national importance only); overseas development projects.
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Paraton Trust

Last reviewed 7 hours 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. Geographical focus on UK and overseas, with a preference for the North of England and Scotland.
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The DWF Charitable Foundation

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The foundation supports homelessness, health and wellbeing, employability and education. It particularly helps with initiatives that develop and improve local communities by: tackling a specific community issue; helping voluntary and community groups become more effective and efficient; encouraging the involvement in the community of those too often excluded; and enabling young people to develop skills for the benefit of the community.
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RBS Social & Community Capital - Community Business Loan

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
Loans are available for viable community businesses and Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs). Organisations must be financially sustainable and deliver a positive impact to society and/or the environment. You must have been declined for a loan by a mainstream bank.
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Lord's Taverners - Outdoor Play Programme

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
Funding for special schools catering for children with severe learning and physical disabilities to have access to suitable outdoor play equipment which will improve children’s physical and mental health, help develop emotional responses and learning skills and improving basic numeracy and literacy.
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Royal Mail - Matched Giving and Community Grants

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The Royal Mail encourages its staff to play an active role in their communities through fundraising and volunteering. Every member of staff employed by Royal Mail Group can apply for: penny for penny matched giving, up to a limit of £2,500 per person every year, under the Charity Partner matched giving scheme; up to £200 in matched giving from Royal Mail for money raised for any registered UK charity or registered good cause under the Community Support Scheme; a grant of up to £200 once every funding year to help cover the costs of organising a fundraising event; a grant of up to £400 once every funding year to help cover the costs of organising a volunteering activity. Royal Mail retired pensioners can claim up to £50 per person each year in matched giving, up to a total limit of £100,000 each year, for funds raised for any UK registered charity or registered good cause.

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