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.
This website has a free funding search. You can also access Funding Scotland premium features at funding.scot - saved searches, personalised email alerts, lists and notes - if you are an SCVO member or supporter.
Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, The National Lottery Heritage Fund has been at the forefront of
providing emergency support to the heritage sector. It quickly launched a lifeline £50million fund which has
been helping organisations across the coun…
The SCVO Third Sector Information Hub is updated daily and is
full of information and resources to help you, your organisation and your communities stay safe and
The funding section has information on the support
announced by The Scottish Governme…
Wow! Thank you to everyone who came along to Funders’ Question Time at The Gathering 2020. It was a packed
session and we hope those who attended found it insightful. A special thank you goes out to our wonderful
speakers who took the time to talk about their fund…
Thanks to an increase in funding, Foundation Scotland have widened the scope of their Response, Recovery and
Resilience Fund to support even more organisations with their recovery. They have removed the income cap for
organisations wishing to apply, which was prev…
Scops Arts Trust has launched a new website and an open call for applications. Following its charity registration in
December 2019, the Trust has spent the past few months forming its grant-making strategy and application process
and developing a website.
Spring Impact have launched Scale Accelerator –
a fully funded 6-month Accelerator Programme for UK based charities and social enterprises. Starting in November
2020, the programme will provide vital support, skills and perspective for organisations aiming to maxi…
Over €12 million euros has been allocated to the European Solidarity Corps in 2020 for the UK, with almost €2
million allocated for in-country activities. The next deadline to apply is 1 October 2020.
The European Solidarity Corps, a programme run by the Erasmus+ UK Natio…
Glasgow-based charity Playlist for Life has won a major national
award for its works using personal music to help improve the lives of people with dementia and their
Chosen from more than 400 charities across the UK, the charity was one of ten winners of…
Funding Scotland will be out and about in a few weeks, visiting funding events and chatting to people from the
First, we’ll be stopping off in Grangemouth for the Falkirk Funders
Fayre on Tuesday 10 March. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions of…
The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation will launch their revised strategy in May 2020 which sees them continue to make social
investments, and maintain their commitment to supporting organisations with core and unrestricted grants.
Applications under their current strategy will r…