Resources: Intergenerational Funding
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The Big Lottery Fund, Scotland has opened a new five-year £250 million funding scheme that focuses on projects which are community led or will help people and communities most in need.
An international charitable foundation with cultural, educational, social and scientific interests, based in Lisbon with offices in London and Paris.
£200,000 available for community digital participation projects across Scotland - applications for call 2 are now open
Next round of funding announced
The Women's Fund for Scotland is back in business, making small grants to projects across Scotland that support women's development, self sufficiency, and social and economic equality.
Explore local heritage as a class with support from the Gannochy Trust and Culture Perth and Kinross.
The new funding has been designed to support people and communities most in need across the country
The R S Macdonald Charitable Trust aims to distribute up to £2 million annually to charities in Scotland through their grants programmes. They are also able to assist beneficiary charities with non-financial support and are keen to support intergenerational dementia projects.
Heritage Lottery Fund Scotland will fund intergenerational work and will consider applications from areas other than the priority areas mentioned on their website. Groups planning to apply for funding including start up funding should contact their Development Team first.
We very much like to fund projects which promote and incorporate intergenerational work.
Inspiring young people to lead active lives and encourage positive mental health.