Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
Gannochy Trust Large: Over £100,000 Open A K Bell’s philanthropy has been developed into one of the more substantial grant-making trusts in Scotland. Originally, the Trust contributed to worthy charitable causes solely within Perth and its immediate environs. In 1967 a Scheme of Alterations was approved by the Court of Session to expand its grant-making footprint to the whole of Scotland, but with a preference for Perth and its environs. The Trust has made significant contributions to a wide variety of projects across Scotland over many years, ranging from major national flagship projects to smaller, but nonetheless important, community projects.
Garfield Weston Foundation Large: Over £100,000 Open The Foundation aims to be responsive to where need is greatest. We therefore support a wide range of charitable activity rather than having specific priorities for funding or regional bias. Our Trustees support excellence and, rather than predetermining where funds should be given, prefer to respond on a flexible basis to organisations that can show that they are addressing a need and that their work is high quality.
Glasgow Festival 2018 Fund Not Specified 6 Sep 2017 Open This schem is part of the biggest sporting event hosted in Scotland since the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Co- hosted with Berlin Glasgow 2018 is a multi-sport event to be staged 2- 12 August 2018 the Fund aims to deliver a programme of broad cultural expression ranging from grassroots initiatives to large scale international projects to involve talent from across Scotland and deliver a programme with something for everyone. Applications are invited from all Art-forms including Music Visual art, theatre dance film litreature and performance to showcase the best Scotland's cultural offer. glagow's Gorge Square and the Merchant City Festival will be at the heart of Festival 2018 alongside communities close to the venue areas.    
Gosling Foundation Limited Not Specified Open this scheme provides grants for charitable organisations carrying out projects in the UK that are related to social welfare, advancement of religion or education or other purposes beneficial to the community. The funding is for projects that address the following boroad Categories: the relief of poverty, suffering and distress. the advancement of religion. the advancement of education. Other purposes benificial to the community  
Grants for Places of Worship (HLF) Large: Over £100,000 Open The Grants for Places of Worship programme is for projects that involve urgent structural repairs to public places of worship that are listed at Categories A, B and C.It is a joint scheme, run by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Scotland. As part of a repair project, we can also fund work to encourage greater community use and engagement. You can apply for a grant from £10,000 to £250,000.