Action Earth is helping to get people and communities busy outdoors. The campaign has grants to give to groups of volunteers who are carrying out environmental projects in Scotland.
Community Connect is a major new initiative which enables Scotmid members to make a difference in their communities.
Every time a Scotmid Co-operative member shops in a Scotmid food store they can scan their Community Connect Card to receive one Community Connect vote.
The next closing date for applications to the Weir Charitable Trust is the 28th February 2018. Small community groups and charities based in Scotland can apply for funding of up to £25,000 to support projects relating to: Sport; Health; Culture; Animal Welfare; Recreational Facilities. To be eligible, the applicant organisation will need to have an income of £100,000 or less per year.
The Heritage Grants programme is for larger heritage projects of any kind. With their help you could set up and archaeological dig, preserve a historic place of worship, help people learn long-lost traditional skills, look after rare species and habitats, and much more.
The Fund has £200,000 to award in financial year 2017-18 and applicants can apply for grants between £5,000 and £75,000.
Need up to £4,000 funding for your project that benefits the community?
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is currently accepting applications for its Community Investment Programme. Awards of £500-£3,000 are available (up to £5,000 in extraordinary circumstances) for constituted not for profit or charitable organisations to conduct capital or revenue projects in former coalfield areas. Projects must address one or more of their priorities of skills, employment or health and wellbeing and be delivered in one or more of their eligible areas. Closi
Are you interested in helping young women enjoy sports and physical activity? Spirit of 2012 has recently announced it is accepting applications for the Legacy 2014 Sporting Equality Fund.
The fund aims to support young people aged 14-20 interested in developing skills in drama, dance, music, film, visual arts, literature and digital arts. Support will be provided for: artistic development (such as auditioning expenses, work shadowing, mentoring); promotion and showcasing (such as staging an exhibition, recording a demo, marketing, publishing written work); peer-to-peer delivery (such as hosting a workshop or setting up a local group). The fund is open to both