Funding News

You will find below some of the latest funding opportunities related to intergenerational work, which may be of interest to our members. Many of these funds may not mention intergenerational approaches or interventions specificially, yet nevertheless they may well support such initiatives if, for example, they relate to younger and older people, will lead to improvements in participants' mental/physical health, or cause reductions in social isolation.

Social Isolation and Loneliness Fund 2023 – 2026

This is an open and competitive fund for third-sector organisations, grassroots and community groups based in Scotland. The aim of this fund is to support projects and organisations to facilitate progress towards the priorities of A Connected Scotland (2018) strategy, and contribute to the recovery and reduction in societal harm associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, and mitigate the impact of the ongoing cost of living crisis.

The expression of interest stage closes on Friday 31st March 2023 at 12 noon

There are two application stages. Firstly, you will be asked to submit an expression of interest (EOI) and if successful, you will then be invited to stage 2 where you will complete a full application form.

Stage 2 closes on 28 April 2023. Contact Impact Funding Partners Tel 01383 620780 e-mail Website


For a full list of other currently available funds, please visit Funding Scotland: 

Open throughout year:

National Lottery Community Fund: Awards for All 

National Lottery Community Fund: Improving Lives

National Lottery Community Fund: Young Start

The Gannochy Trust

Baillie Gifford Community Awards

Deadlines closing soon:

21st October: Stirling and Clackmannanshire Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund

4th November: Winter Social Wellbeing Fund (Glasgow)

15th November: Falkirk Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund

5th December: Glasgow Wellbeing Fund

If you are a grassroots organisation looking for funding support to conduct intergenerational work within your community, please email Ross at for advice on where to look or to obtain assistance with an application.

If you come across any funding opportunities which you think should be added below, please email Ross at