Welcome to our section on funding. Keep checking back to find new funding available to the third sector.
The Tudor Trust is an independent grant-making trust which supports voluntary and community groups working in any part of the UK. We particularly want to help smaller, community-led organisations that work directly with people who are at the margins of society: organisations that support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities. For more… Read more »
Baillie Gifford Community Awards
Supporting grassroots community organisations that fit into particular priorities with grants of up to £5000. The fund will consider grants for applications which fit at least one of the following priorities: Children and families Elderly Education Environment Health Physically disabled Homelessness Women Grassroots sports For more click here.
A National Lottery Community Fund programme offering grants from £10,001 to £100,000 to help young people aged eight to 24 to become more confident and play an active part in realising their potential. This will fund work that achieves at least one of the following three outcomes: children and young people have better physical, mental… Read more »
A National Lottery Community Fund programme offering grants from £10,001 to £150,000 to support communities to improve the places in which they live and the wellbeing of those most in need. We will fund organisations to deliver work that achieves the following outcomes: Everyone in the community has the opportunity to influence and get involved… Read more »
A National Lottery Community Fund programme offering grants from £10,001 to £200,000 to support activity to help people facing challenging circumstances and overcome these and become more resilient. Suitable for Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations. Improving Lives will fund activity that: supports children, young people and families currently experiencing challenging circumstances supports people… Read more »
The Robertson Trust
The Trust offers both revenue and capital funding for registered charities and constituted community groups that help people and communities in Scotland who are living with poverty and trauma, including Community Vehicle and Building grants. Wee Grants: For constituted community groups and charities with an annual income of less than £25,000. Funding up to £2000 for one year only…. Read more »
The objectives of the Cameron Grant Memorial Trustare to raise awareness of suicide, to urge all who are suffering in silence to speak up and ask for help, and to support people, especially young people, who are fighting to overcome poor mental health. Small cash awards from the Trust will support innovation in mental health. The… Read more »
The Holywood Trust
The Holywood Trust is a charitable organisation which aims to help young people in Dumfries and Galloway. It gives grants to individuals and organisations, creating opportunities for young people (aged 15-25) in the region. The Trust is particularly interested in helping to fill gaps in provision and to support innovative ideas. Your organisation should be appropriately… Read more »
Aviva Community Fund
Eligible causes will be able to submit their projects to the Aviva Community Fund through Crowdfunder. Funding applications are open to projects looking to raise up to £50,000. The Aviva Community Fund supports applications for forward-thinking projects that enable causes to adapt their vital services and innovate to create a brighter, more sustainable future. If… Read more »
Scottish Children’s Lottery
Charities supporting children in Scotland can apply for grants via our supporting charities websites: Chance to Connect Chance to Succeed Chance to Flourish Chance to Study The four grant giving SCIOs have no deadlines and applications are reviewed quarterly. You can apply for a small grant of up to £5000, or a large grant up… Read more »
National Lottery Grants for Heritage 2021-22
Applications are now open for National Lottery Grants for Heritage from £3000 to £5million. We will prioritise heritage projects that will: boost the local economy encourage skills development and job creation support wellbeing create better places to live, work and visit improve the resilience of organisations working in heritage Every project will need to achieve… Read more »
Mary Janet King Fund
The fund supports piano scholarships at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow but also welcomes applications from community groups working with young people in arts and music. They are particularly interested in projects which are helping young people to take up music. Priority will be given to grassroots organisations. For more click here.