Funders by Name

Funder Amount Closing Date Status
Santander Community Plus Small: Up to £10,000 Open Community Plus grants of up to £5,000 are available for local charities or local projects of national charities with funding available to cover salaries, equipment or materials. Grants must directly help disadvantaged people in your local area. We want to fund an entire element rather than make a contribution to a larger budget.
ScotRail- Station Community Regeneration Fund (SCRF) Scotland Medium: Up to £100,000 Open ScotRail and Transport Scotland are seeking applications for a £1.5million community fund, designed to breathe new life into old and disused railway stations The Stations Community Regeneration Fund (SCRF) enables community groups to transform redundant station rooms into facilities to benefit local people. Any projects that will aid communities or rail passengers will be considered for grants of between £5,000 and £75,000. Bids may also be made for larger sums, dependent on in-depth feasibility studies. Grants can be used to contribute towards the costs of any structural repairs and to assist with the costs of fitting out station premises for their intended use. Applications will be assessed on whether they fit with the existing building, businesses and local area, how they meet a market or community demand, and the future benefits For more information, potential applicants should email  
Scottish Land Fund Large: Over £100,000 Open The Scottish Land Fund supports rural and urban communities to become more resilient and sustainable through the ownership and management of land and land assets. Funded by the Scottish Government and delivered in partnership by the Big Lottery Fund and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, it offers grants of up to £1 million to help communities take ownership of the land and buildings that matter to them, as well as practical support to develop their aspirations into viable projects. Successful applicants will clearly demonstrate that their project will help their local community to: •Achieve more sustainable economic, environmental and/or social development through ownership of land and buildings •Have a stronger role in and control over their own development •Own well managed, financially sustainable land and buildings Applicants will have the opportunity to test out and develop their ideas with support from a Scottish Land Fund Adviser from H&IE The Scottish Land Fund is open to organisations in both urban and rural Scotland which are community-led, community-controlled, and defined by a geographic area. Applicants can be from one of a wide range of representative community bodies, including voluntary organisations, social enterprises or community councils. You can apply for grants between £10,000 and £1 million to fund the purchase of land or land assets. You can also request some revenue funding to help with the cost of developing your proposal or initial running costs of your project after acquisition.
Scottish Power Energy People Trust Medium: Up to £100,000 4 Oct 2017 Open Scottish Power Energy People Trust: Funding to Tackle Fuel Poverty The Trust provides grants to registered charities for projects that address fuel poverty. Registered charities can apply for grants of up to £50,000 for projects that provide energy efficiency advice; improve home energy efficiency through draught proofing, insulating and or other practical measures; carry out benefits advice to households missing out on financial help that they are entitled to through welfare benefits and tax credits; and provide assistance to reduce or cancel debts for household electricity or gas supply. Applications are particularly welcome from charities who work with children, young people and families.  
Scottish Volleyball Association (SVA) Small: Up to £10,000 Open This scheme provides financial assistance for the development of volleyball clubs operating in Scotland
Sharing Heritage (HLF) Small: Up to £10,000 Open The Sharing Heritage programme is for any type of project related to national, regional or local heritage in the UK.  
South Lanarkshire - Community Grants Small: Up to £10,000 Open Grants are available to community groups and voluntary organisations for activities that benefit the residents of South Lanarkshire. There are four area committees in South Lanarkshire: Clydesdale. East Kilbride. Hamilton. Cambuslang and Rutherglen. Each of the four area committees has a budget of £50,000 for community grants and grants to holiday play schemes. Grants of up to £1,000 are available, although the majority of grants will be in the region of £250. Although applications will be assessed on their individual merits, the following levels of grant are generally offered: £250 - Outing, transport costs. £250 - Outing and entrance fees, start-up costs. £300 - Youth clubs, bowling clubs, football clubs and other sporting groups. £350 - Uniformed organisations.
South Lanarkshire Council - Community Grants, Grants from the area committees Small: Up to £10,000 Open The aims of the community grant scheme are to fund activities and projects which bring community benefit and involve people in the community by bringing them together to enjoy educational, recreational, leisure and other activities. Each of the 4 areas has a £50,000 budget for Cambuslang/Rutherglen, Clydesdale, East Kilbride and Hamilton.
Sport Facilities Fund - Sports Scotland Not Specified Open This programme covers the provision or upgrading of all facilities for the general community.  In the main, proposals will be led by local authorities, clubs, trusts and the like.  This funding stream funds developments that are for the public good and will provide equitable opportunities for increased sports participation by the community at local level. Priority will be given to projects that have established/will establish with the sports programmes and/or initiatives operated by the local authority, national governing body for sport and their associates/partners.
St Nicholas Care Fund Not Specified Open Grant for voluntary sector organisations in the City of Glasgow, the districts of East and West Dunbartonshire, North and South Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde, and that part of Argyll and Bute District around Helensburgh and the Gareloch that assist with social need. The St Nicholas Care Fund exists to provide help in Christ's name to those most at need in society regardless of their race, colour or creed. The Fund is a Church agency, although the help which will be provided is not restricted to activities or interests carried out within the Church.Applications may be submitted at any time and are considered quarterly.
Stafford Trust Small: Up to £10,000 31 Dec 2017 Open The Stafford Trust is a grant making Scottish charitable trust which provides financial support to charities registered in the United Kingdom, with a preference towards charitable organisations in Scotland.