Funding Scotland is run by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), the national membership organisation for the voluntary sector. This is one of our local funding websites.
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To celebrate their 20 th Anniversary, Social & Community Captial are offering seven £20,000 grants to
help organisations develop a project that creates a positive impact for communities in need. One grant will
be awarded in each of the following regions ar…
The SCVO managed Community Capacity
& Resilience Fund (CCRF) gives local community based organisations, with an income of £250,000 or
less, who are tackling the effects of welfare reform the opportunity to access Scottish Government
funding to deliver shor…
Bank of Scotland Foundation, an independent charity supporting
people and their local communities across Scotland, is making preparations to expand its funding programmes
later this year replacing the Small, Medium and Large Grants.
The Foundation’s five-year stra…
TFN’s Guide to Running A Charity or Social Enterprise 2020/21 is now available.
This year’s edition is a guide like no other, as it has been a year like no other. In it, a group of experts from
across the sector look at how we work in the face of the pandemic – and offer…
The Weir Charitable Trust has launched a one-off emergency fund totalling £200,000 to be directed to support the most
vulnerable people across Scotland. This is in addition to the normal 6 monthly cycle of awards.
Announcing the fund, Lorraine Tait, Trust Manager, said
The Community Climate Asset Fund (CCAF) is a £3.5 million Scottish Government fund, administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful, and provides capital funding for community-based organisations to reduce emissions and support a green recovery from COVID-19.
The four key c…
The Robertson Trust have launched their new strategy for the next ten years. It focuses on tackling poverty and
trauma in Scotland and the impact this has on the physical, mental and material wellbeing of individuals,
families and communities.
The Trust want to fu…