Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
Cash For Kids - Grassroots Football Fund Small: Up to £10,000 22 Mar 2017 Open This brand-new fund was set up following the Grassroot Football week on Superscoreboard, where the need to support disadvantaged children across Glasgow so they can access Football facilities was identified. At present these children are not able to take advantage of facilities due to costs including subs, transport, kit and food.   Aims of the fund To give disadvantaged children across Glasgow and the West access to Football activities out of school in a professionally supported environment. To ensure children have access to nutritious food and the funds to get them to the training sessions and games. To ensure they feel inclusive when integrating with other children. Groups can apply for; Funds to pay for places for new players at their club. Funds to transport players to and from training and games as necessary. Funds to secure better training facilities. Funds to support children with food and nutrition information.
Cash For Kids - Grassroots Football Fund Small: Up to £10,000 22 Mar 2017 Open This brand-new fund was set up following the Grassroot Football week on Superscoreboard, where the need to support disadvantaged children across Glasgow so they can access Football facilities was identified. At present these children are not able to take advantage of facilities due to costs including subs, transport, kit and food.   Aims of the fund To give disadvantaged children across Glasgow and the West access to Football activities out of school in a professionally supported environment. To ensure children have access to nutritious food and the funds to get them to the training sessions and games. To ensure they feel inclusive when integrating with other children. Groups can apply for; Funds to pay for places for new players at their club. Funds to transport players to and from training and games as necessary. Funds to secure better training facilities. Funds to support children with food and nutrition information.
Cattanach Trust Medium: Up to £100,000 Open The work you want to do must be in Scotland. You must be working with young children (under 3) and their families, or with families expecting a baby, either in an urban or rural setting. Families experiencing deprivation or in crisis will be given priority. “Deprivation” can mean low income, poor housing, unemployment, isolation, disability or health problems, lack of family support, young parenthood, contact with the justice system etc. The Trust is particularly interested in parenting, attachment, family support, and the healthy emotional and physical development of young children. The Trust wishes to encourage training for staff and volunteers, and may recommend training or evaluation help.
Central Scotland Green Network - Community Project Fund 2017 Small: Up to £10,000 Open The £40,000 Community Project Fund – supported by £30,000 funding from the Greggs Foundation and £10,000 from Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) - will provide one-off grants of up to £1,000 to support small-scale greenspace initiatives and to foster community engagement in maintaining and enhancing the local environment.   For further information or to discuss a potential application to the CSGN Community Project Fund 2017, please visit their website via the link below.  Alternatively email them at cpf@csgnt.org.uk There are no published deadlines.
Chance to Connect Medium: Up to £100,000 Open A real sense of community changes lives for the better. That’s why, at Chance to Connect, we strive to develop close-knit relationships between those who matter most. Our goal is to ensure that young people in Scotland learn from the world around them. Chance to Connect operates as a "grant giving" charity supporting projects working in the areas of community development and citizenship, helping develop young strong adults who can take their place in Scotland’s society. We seek to support projects and activities in Scotland, with the aspiration of alleviating the impact of poverty or financial hardship, social exclusion, relative/multiple deprivation and disability or illness affecting young people in Scotland, aged 0-25 years. Our mission To work to ensure that every child in Scotland is given the opportunity to grow and develop to their full potential. What we will fund Projects or activities that we will support will: • be undertaken by registered charities that hold a charity bank account • be delivered in Scotland • work with the most vulnerable families with children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty • demonstrate involvement of individuals and communities that understand and have experience of the issues that poverty presents • work outside, or supplementary to, statutory responsibilities • clearly demonstrate positive impacts Examples of projects or activities that we may consider funding include those delivering: • support for community libraries and learning spaces offering accessible and inclusive community activities aimed at local young people • community based leisure and sporting programmes, enhancing the health and wellbeing of the younger members of the community • local youth clubs and recreational activities, offering out of school hours support, mentoring and skills development • local community projects physically enhancing the area and encouraging social inclusion and citizenship
Chance to Flourish Medium: Up to £100,000 Open Chance to Flourish operates as a "grant giving" charity seeking to advance education, health and social development of pre-school children and their families and carers. We seek to support projects and activities in Scotland, with the aspiration of alleviating the impact of poverty or financial hardship, social exclusion, relative/multiple deprivation and disability or illness. What we will fund Projects or activities that we will support will: • be undertaken by registered charities that hold a charity bank account • be delivered in Scotland • work with the most vulnerable families with pre-school children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty • demonstrate involvement of individuals and communities that understand and have experience of the issues that poverty presents • work outside, or supplementary to, statutory responsibilities • clearly demonstrate positive impacts Examples of projects or activities that we may consider funding include those delivering: • practical family support including food, clothing and shelter • support for single parents including parenting skills, health and nutrition • accessible and affordable daycare or play facilities • support for vulnerable parents with preschool children or families with pre-school children suffering from any type of disability  
Chance to Study Medium: Up to £100,000 Open Chance to Study operates as a "grant giving" charity supporting projects working in the area of educational achievement through school years, helping to ensure that our young people can be all they can be. We seek to support projects and activities in Scotland, with the aspiration of alleviating the impact of poverty or financial hardship, lack of social exclusion, relative/multiple deprivation and disability or illness. What we will fund Projects or activities that we will support will: • be undertaken by registered charities that hold a charity bank account • be delivered in Scotland • work with the most vulnerable families with school aged children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty • demonstrate involvement of individuals and communities that understand and have experience of the issues that poverty presents • work outside, or supplementary to, statutory responsibilities • clearly demonstrate positive impacts Examples of projects or activities that we may consider funding include those delivering: • provision of after school care/holiday cover ensuring time and resource for additional educational support • provision of specific IT/educational equipment for socially deprived children or children suffering from any form of physical or mental disability • one to one mentoring of children struggling within school because of family circumstances • provision of breakfast clubs providing nutritional and educational support  
Chance to Succeed Medium: Up to £100,000 Open Chance to Succeed operates as a "grant giving" charity supporting projects that focus on employability and employment skills, helping to deliver a productive future for our young people. We seek to support projects and activities in Scotland, with the aspiration of alleviating the impact of poverty or financial hardship, social exclusion, relative/ multiple deprivation and disability or illness affecting young people in Scotland, aged 0-25 years. What we will fund Projects or activities that we will support will: • be undertaken by registered charities that hold a charity bank account • be delivered in Scotland • work with the most vulnerable families with children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty • demonstrate involvement of individuals and communities that understand and have experience of the issues that poverty presents • work outside, or supplementary to, statutory responsibilities • clearly demonstrate positive impacts Examples of projects or activities that we may consider funding include those delivering: • employability and skills training within a local community • mentoring or one to one support, building the self confidence and skills required to enter the employment market • provision of and access to the technical equipment required to pursue employment or further education • support to young people who have already been disadvantaged through being care experienced or suffering from a disability  
Charles Hayward Foundation Large: Over £100,000 Open this Scheme makes grats avaiable to UK registered charities for prjects in the following catagories: Heritage and Conservation Social and Criminal justice Overseas Older People it offers two grant programmes: Small grants Scheme Grants are available to organisations with a turnover of more than £350,000 Main Grants Grants are avalable to organisations withe a turnover of more than £350,000 Heritage and conservation grants between £25,000 and £50,000 for a select number of one-off projects. Social and Criminal Justice: grants of between £15,000 and £25,000 per annum for one to three years. up to £25,000 may be available for a pilot project, if it adresses complex problems in an innovative way and may lead to replication if proven effective. Overseas: grants of up to £15,000 for one off projects The Overseas grant programme makes grants to uk registerd charities which undertake projects in the commonwealth countries of africa. charities must have and income of between £150,000 and £5million. applicants must state what other sources of funding have been sought and secured. grants are paid on evidence of expenditure such as receipts or invocies for project grants, budgets and management accounts will be required. funding is avalable for project cost and acpital expenditure and the foundation values projects that develop expand and replicate a tried and tested approach as well as supporting creative solutions to problems which seem to be entrenched and elude resolution. projects that are preventative and provide early intervention are valued and priority is given to projects that respond to a well researched and clear need, provide intervention based on evidence of what works, are to demonstrate value of money and have a clear understanding of short term effects and long term impact of the intervention they propose.    
Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) Not Specified 28 Aug 2017 Open Community-led organisations from across Scotland are invited to apply to the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund (CCF) for funding to support local projects that tackle climate change. CCF grants of up to £150,000 per organisation, per year, are available for projects taking place between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2020*. The deadline to submit an Expression of Interest, the first stage of the application process for a CCF Grant, is 17:00 on 28 August 2017. CCF Development Grants of up to £1,500 are available until further notice to help community-led organisations identify and scope out potential climate action projects - with the aim of enabling the organisation to apply for a CCF grant or to another funder. Applications for Development Grant are invited monthly. About the Climate Challenge Fund - Keep Scotland Beautiful manages the CCF on behalf of the Scottish Government and has staff that support applicants and those awarded grants. To date, the CCF has awarded grants totalling £85.8 million - supporting a range of successful projects, including energy efficiency improvements to community-owned buildings, home energy efficiency advice, lower carbon travel options and community growing initiatives, plus schemes that help reduce waste and move Scotland further towards a more circular economy. Apply Now - Potential applicants are encouraged to visit the CCF website to find out if their organisation and project idea is eligible for funding. Keep Scotland Beautiful advise all potential applicants to submit an Expression of Interest as soon as possible, (deadline is 17:00 on 28 August 2017), to allow as much time as possible to develop their application. www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/ccf
Coalfields Regeneration Trust Medium: Up to £100,000 Open The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is the leading regeneration organisation dedicated to improving the quality of life in Britain’s former mining communities. Since 1999 they have invested over £260m in projects that make a positive difference to the lives of people in our target communities across the UK and we continue to deliver services that help people gain new skills, achieve qualifications, find work, set up and grow new businesses and become more active in their communities.
Community gardening vouchers Small: Up to £10,000 Open £2,000 of garden vouchers are available to community, neighbourhood and school gardens who want to bring back community gardening, revitalise streets and inspire people to take up gardening and grow their green skills. For more information, visit: www.daviddomoney.com/cultivation-street/campaign-categories/.
Creative Scotland Not Specified Open Creative Scotland is the national agency for the arts, screen and creative industries. We distribute money from Scottish Government and the National Lottery through a series of Funding Programmes which allow artists, practitioners and organisations to apply for financial support to develop talent, create new work, and support widening access and participation.
Cruden Foundation Limited Not Specified Open this scheme makes grants available for registered charities in Scotland working for the support and improvment of the community funding is available for activities that support the main purposes of the trust as follows: The advancement of education the advancment of health The advacment of citizenship or community deelopment. The advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science The advancement of public participation in sport The provision of recreational facilities, or the organisation of recreational activities, withe the object of iproving the conditions of life for the person for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended the advacement of environmental protection or improvement the relief of those in need by reson of age , ill health, disability, finacial hardship or other disadvantage. the advacement of Animal welfare.   The trust does not maintain and email address or website. applications must be submitted in writing and must demonstrate need and purposes of support and be adressed to   The Secretary Cruden Foundation Limite Baserton House Juniper Green Edinburgh EH14 3HN