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  • St James’s Place Charitable Foundation

    Since its formation in 1992, the Charitable Foundation has aimed to make a positive and lasting change to the lives of children and young people.

  • 5,000 reasons to celebrate

    Today, as we announce our first Celebrate awards, we want to remind you of the fantastic opportunity to apply for a £5,000 award to bring your community together. You could follow in the footsteps of the Darvel Music Company and Glasgow Afghan United, just two of the successful 15 organisations that filled in an application form and are now preparing to hold their own community inspired events.

  • A B Charitable Trust

    To support the disadvantaged by fostering community action.

  • Active Communities Fund

    People’s Health Trust has just launched Active Communities in the Scottish Highlands

  • Active Spaces partnership – Fields in Trust

    A Fields in Trust protection programme will create a legacy of 50 permanently safeguarded outdoor spaces across the UK and tackle physical inactivity, particularly the most inactive communities, to participate in physical activity, sport and play.

  • ALDI - Scottish Sport Fund

    Aldi Scotland is providing grants of up to £500 for sporting organisations with registered charity status, including rugby clubs and after school groups, to make it easier for kids to take part in sports in their local communities. Applicants need to be based in Scotland.


    This scheme was set up in 1966 by the late Sir Allen Lane, founder of Penguin Books, to support general charitable causes. The foundation has no connection with the publishing company, but five of the Trustees are members of the founder’s family.

  • Argyll & Bute Health and Wellbeing Grant Fund launched

    Week beginning the 28th of May 2018 will see the launch of the Health and Wellbeing Grant Fund.

  • Arts and Heritage Matched Crowdfunding Pilot (England & Scotland)

    Nesta are currently working with arts and heritage funders, Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund to explore the potential of crowdfunding.

  • Aspiring Communities Fund

    The Fund will help enable community bodies and third sector organisations in our most deprived and fragile communities to develop and deliver long-term local solutions that address local priorities and needs, increase active inclusion and build on the assets of local communities to reduce poverty and to enable inclusive growth.

  • £29 million to build fairer Scotland

    First Minister opens new funding for communities and third sector.

  • Bags of Help is Tesco’s local community grant scheme

    Bags of Help is Tesco’s local community grant scheme where the money raised from the 5p bag levy in Tesco stores is being used to fund thousands of community projects across the UK.

  • Bank of Scotland Foundation Announces 2017 Deadlines

    The Bank of Scotland Foundation supports people and their local communities across Scotland.

  • Bank of Scotland Foundation Funding to Improve Local Communities and Promote Financial Inclusion

    The Bank of Scotland Foundation has announced that the next closing dates for its small and medium grant making programmes is the 7th April 2017.

  • Barcapel Foundation

    The Barcapel Foundation has been supporting charitable work and endeavours in Scotland for over 40 years.

  • Baring Foundation’s Strengthening the Voluntary Sector Programme Re-Opens

    The Baring Foundation, in partnership with the Legal Education and Esmée Fairbairn Foundations, has re-opened two funds under its Strengthening the Voluntary Sector programme. These funds aim to support registered UK charities to use the law and human rights based approaches effectively in their work.

  • BBC Children In Need Main Grants Programme

    Main Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for grants over £10,000 per year for up to three years.

  • Big Give Opens for Christmas Challenge 2017

    Big Give Opens for Christmas Challenge 2017 on 5 June The Big Give Christmas Challenge, the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign, will open for applications from UK registered charities on 5 June 2017.

  • Big Lottery Fund - Funding events during October and November 2017

    Funding events and drop-in sessions from Big Lottery Fund during October and November.

  • Big Lottery launches Community-led Activities Fund

    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.

  • Building Brighter Future Funds

    This scheme is focused on providing disadvantaged young people with the opportunities to gain the skills and confidence to succeed through education, training and employment, throughout Scotland and is now open for applications.

  • Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

    An international charitable foundation with cultural, educational, social and scientific interests, based in Lisbon with offices in London and Paris.

  • Celebrate Scotland Fund

    The Celebrate programme is offering grants of between £500 and £5,000 for groups to hold one off events or activities which celebrate their local community and bring people together.

  • Climate Challenge Fund

    The Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund is open for applications

  • Co-operative Membership Community Fund

    Co-operative Membership Community Fund

  • Comic Relief Launch New Active Ageing Grants Programme

    Comic Relief is opening a new funding initiative, with £1.5 million on offer to organisations which enable disadvantaged older people to design, deliver and take part in opportunities to contribute to their communities.

  • Comic Relief’s HIV, Diversity and Dignity Initiative Opens to Applications

    Comic Relief is offering funding to UK based organisations working with partners in nine Sub-Saharan African countries to address the needs of marginalised population groups who are disproportionately affected by HIV.

  • Community Capacity and Resilience Fund Re-Opens for Applications (Scotland)

    Round two of the community capacity and resilience fund which is supported by the Scottish Government has been announced.

  • Community Choices Funding 2018-19

    The Scottish Government has announced the latest round of the Community Choices Fund, giving community organisations and community councils an opportunity to run their own participatory budgeting (PB) events.

  • Community Engagement Pioneer Project

    Support and funding of up to £10,000 is offered for one Community Engagement Pioneer Project to be developed and run as part of the Adaptation Scotland programme between September 2017 – March 2018.

  • Community Food and Health (Scotland) Development Funding Programme

    The Community Food and Health (Scotland) development funding programme is open to groups who would like to develop new or existing activities that will improve access to, or take up of, a healthy balanced diet in low-income communities in Scotland.

  • Community Innovation Fund

    The Community Innovation Fund is a £2 million fund which NHS Tayside is making available to groups of people living in communities across the area.

  • Community Radio Fund 2017/2018 to open fo UK applications in April

    The first round of the Community Radio Fund in 2017-18 is open for applications from 12 April until 5pm on Wednesday 10 May 2017. The awarding Panel will meet in June 2017 to consider the applications.

  • Community Shares Scotland

    Crowdfunding offers both commercial and non-commercial ventures the opportunity to raise a sum of money by offering shares to people who put forward small amounts of money.

  • Create18 Funding

    Apply for funding to hold an event in your local area during the Year of Young People 2018!

  • Creative Scotland – Regular Funding (Scotland)

    Creative Scotland has announced that the second round of Regular Funding programme has re-opened for applications.

  • Crowdfund for Heritage - £125,000 Available for Heritage Projects

    Conserving, sharing and celebrating your heritage, memories and cultures in Scotland, North West and South West England

  • Cruden Foundation Limited

    This scheme makes grants available for registered charities in Scotland working for the support and improvement of the community.

  • CSGN Development Fund

    The 2018/2019 CSGN Development Fund is managed by the Central Scotland Green Network Trust, with funding provided by Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Transport Scotland and the Scottish Government, Food and Drink. It aids the development and implementation of projects delivering the Central Scotland Green Network on the ground.

  • Cycle Friendly Communities

    Cycling Scotland - Community groups across Scotland can apply for a number of funding streams and support programmes throughout the year to help them encourage cycling locally, all of which can help towards gaining the nationally recognised Cycle Friendly Community Award.

  • Cycle Friendly Community Award

    Funding for community groups and organisations in Scotland to deliver local cycling projects.

  • DEEP Grants 2017 – Scotland

    Two grants are now available via DEEP for groups and projects involving people with dementia – the DEEP Inluencing Grant and DEEP Working Together Grant.

  • Dementia Friendly Walking Grant

    Paths fort All have small grants available (up to £2000) for projects who would like to be considered and the dementia friendly team can provide support, training and resources. Deadline 31st of May 2016

  • Digital Inclusion Fund

    The Digital Inclusion Fund aims to support projects designing, researching or delivering digital inclusion programmes with a focus on older and/or disabled people.

  • East Renfrewshire Renewable Energy Fund

    The Fund is available to all eligible projects within East Renfrewshire and is targeted at larger scale projects with a minimum cost of £20,000.

  • Edinburgh Airport community board

    The Edinburgh Airport Community Board meets quarterly to review funding applications from our local community. The Community Board consists of key representatives from Edinburgh Airport and the local community and they provide independent evaluations of applications.

  • Entrepreneurs over 50 will share a £100,000 pilot fund

    Entrepreneurs over 50 will share a £100,000 pilot fund

  • Erasmus+ European funding is open for business in 2018!

    There will be three applications during the year for the youth sector: Likely February, April, October. Projects will be funded for their duration (even up to 3 years).

  • Erasmus+ Programme for Sport – 2017 Call for Proposals Open

    Erasmus+ is the European Programme for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020.

  • Faith in Communities Scotland Announces New Small Grants Programme

    FiSCAF’s small grants scheme is a new venture which aims to be responsive to the needs of small, faith based, community charities.

  • Faiths in Scotland Community Action Fund

    Next round of funding announced

  • Force for Good funding

    Force for Good is a national community sponsorship scheme set up by Police Mutual to support the wellbeing of local communities.

  • Funding at your fingertips

    Find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise using our free online search engine.

  • Future Routes Funding!

    As part of the Year of Young People 2018, Scottish Natural Heritage, Young Scot and ReRoute have created a new fund for young people who have ideas to promote Scotland's amazing natural environment in 2018.

  • Galaxy Hot Chocolate Fund 2015/16

    They will be awarding £300 donations to 85 local community projects, charities and warm-hearted people across the UK and Ireland during the course of the Fund.

  • Glasgow Children's Summer Food Programme 2018

    Voluntary Action Fund (VAF) manages the Glasgow Children’s Summer Food Programme on behalf of Glasgow City Council (GCC).

  • GRANTfinder

    GRANTnet is a straightforward free to use service from GRANTfinder, which can help you to identify suitable funding for their activity or project.

  • Grants for community-led activity Medium grants for community-led activity

    This funding aims to support communities to improve the places they live and the wellbeing of those most in need.

  • Grants for improving lives

    Grants from £10,000 to £1 million to help people facing challenging circumstances.

  • Grants of up to £2000 available

    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.

  • Grow Wild : Community Project Application

    Grow Wild is awarding funding of £1,000 to £4,000 to community groups that want to bring people together to transform a communal space by sowing and growing UK native plants. Deadline 1st of December 2015

  • Growing a Greener Britain Small Grants Programme

    Growing a Greener Britain, a registered charity, is providing grants to constituted community groups for projects which help transform green spaces in Great Britain.

  • Health and Wellbeing Fund 2017- 2018 - Bute Network

    The Bute Network has been awarded £10,173 to allocate.

  • Healthier Scotland Engagement Fund

    The Scottish Government Healthier Scotland Engagement Fund provides grants of up to £500 (in exceptional circumstances up to £1,000) to small to medium- sized voluntary organisations and community groups in Scotland to help them run an event or engagement activity with a group of five or more people to gather their thoughts on creating a healthier Scotland. Applications to be recieved by the 11th of December.

  • Heart of Experian Charity Fund

    Schools, charities and community groups can apply for grants of up to £5,000 for projects with a charitable purpose which benefit the community as a whole.

  • Henry Duncan Award

    Every year, we award nearly £1 million in grants to grassroots charities working with individuals and communities experiencing or at risk of, disadvantage. This includes working to reduce isolation with older people.

  • Henry Smith Charity: Improving Lives Grant Programme

    The Improving Lives grant programme provides grants to charitable organisations that help people when other sources of support have failed, are inappropriate, or are simply not available.

  • Heritage Lottery Fund

    Grants of over £100,000 are available to support a wide variety of larger heritage projects.

  • HLF – Landscape Partherships

    This scheme offers financial assistance to support integrated community projects throughout the UK for the conservation, enhancement and wider enjoyment of the landscape.

  • Homecoming Scotland 2014

    Young Scot is offering an exciting opportunity to young people and youth groups to celebrate the year of Homecoming 2014. Young Scot will help fund £1000 to successful groups to host an event in their local area that helps celebrate the community. The event can take any form that the youth group decides, and we would be interested in knowing if this is something that would appeal to your organisation. More information and the application form can be found on the website.

  • Introducing Stories, Stones and Bones from the Heritage Lottery Fund

    Stories, Stones and Bones will encourage people in communities across Scotland to dig deeper into their past and to find out more about their local history, customs and traditions - resulting in often complex, sometimes quirky but always fascinating stories

  • Legacy 2014 Volunteer Support Pot now open

    The Legacy 2014 Volunteer Support Pot is a discretionary fund to help Scottish volunteers whose individual circumstances means they need assistance towards the cost of participating. If you would like to find out more information around the funding available for volunteers, visit the Legacy 2014 website.

  • Live UnLtd

    Live UnLtd backs people aged 11-21 who want to change their world for the better. We do this by providing cash Awards and support to launch projects.

  • Living Communities Participation Fund

    Explore local heritage as a class with support from the Gannochy Trust and Culture Perth and Kinross.


    This scheme makes one-off grants of between a few hundred pounds and £7,000 available for grassroots charities in Scotland delivering programmes or services that are clearly focused on improving the quality of life for people who are disadvantaged.

  • Need cash for culture? Come to the Voluntary Arts Scotland funding fair!

    Knowing where to look for funding, how to apply for it, and how to fundraise for your group is an on-going challenge – and opportunity!

  • New Big Lottery Scotland Fund Open for Applications

    The new funding has been designed to support people and communities most in need across the country

  • Nurturing Talent - Time to Shine Fund

    Creative Scotland’s 'Nurturing Talent – Time to Shine Fund' aims to support young people aged 14-20...

  • One Stop Carriers for Causes

    Carriers for Causes grants are available for good causes within two miles of a One Stop shop.

  • One Stop Carriers for Causes Grants

    The Carriers for Causes grants programme is funded through the money raised from the 5p bag charge in One Stop stores.

  • Online funding locator for the Glasgow area

    Glasgow First Funding Stop

  • Parks for People

    Historic public parks and cemeteries are valued places at the centre of local communities. Help to conserve them with funding of £100,000–£5million.

  • Paul Hamlyn Foundation Ideas and Pioneers Fund

    The Fund supports individuals over 18 and partnerships or small organisations with a charitable purpose.

  • Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund - Core Costs of Youth Organisations

    Not for profit youth organisations that support young people (aged 14 - 25) facing disadvantage can apply for grants of between 10,000 and £60,000 through the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund.

  • People's Postcode Lottery Dream Fund

    The Dream Fund has already helped to transform communities across the country.

  • People's Postcode Trust Small Grants Programme

    Registered charities in England, Scotland & Wales can apply from £500 - £20,000 (£10,000 in Wales) for projects meeting the above remit, whilst other organisations may apply for up to £2,000.

  • People’s Health Trust Active Communities

    People’s Health Trust Active Communities to Open in Parts of Scotland The People’s Health Trust has announced that its Active Communities funding programme will open soon to local voluntary and community groups in specific areas of Scotland.

  • People’s Health Trust – HealthKind

    Local groups and organisations with great ideas to make their communities even better places to live are now invited to apply for funding to turn their ideas into reality.

  • Police Mutual - Local Community Fund

    Supporting good causes and building community spirit

  • Postcode Community Trust

    Postcode Community Trust was established in 2014 to support projects which benefit a community's mental and/or physical health and wellbeing.

  • Postcode Local Trust to Re-open in January 2017

    The Postcode Local Trust which is a grant-giving body funded by players of People's Postcode Lottery will re-open for applications on the 23rd January 2017.

  • R S Macdonald Charitable Trust

    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.

  • Ragdoll Foundation's Open Grants Programme

    Funding projects that use the Arts and Media to Address the Concerns of Children

  • Resilient Communities Fund – North of Scotland

    SSEN is offering grants of up to £20,000 to support community resilience projects in network areas.

  • Robert Burns Humanitarian Award Open to Nominations

    The Robert Burns Humanitarian Award (RBHA) has opened for nominations for 2017.

  • Scotch Whisky Action Fund: Tackling alcohol-related harms

    The Scotch Whisky industry is and has been involved for many years in a range of initiatives to promote responsible attitudes to alcohol and tackle alcohol-related harm. The establishment of this fund by the Scotch Whisky Association is a further development of that commitment. This fund is currently closed but will open again in December 2014 for a further round of applications.

  • Scotland's Digital Participation Charter Fund - Call for Funding - Autumn 2017

    Scotland is already a digital nation. Eight in ten households have an internet connection, and four in ten have a tablet computer. Six in ten people use a smartphone. For those who have the access, motivation and skills to get things done online, life is enhanced. But still far too many people risk being left behind. Approximately 10% of the adult population in Scotland have never used the internet and almost one in five do not have the basic digital skills to use it effectively.

  • Scotland's Finest Woods Awards 2017

    This scheme is an annual competition aiming to recognise and reward the woods and forests that are managed to the highest standards and act as a beacon for modern woodland heritage.

  • Scotmid co-operative - Community grant form

    Scotmid’s Community Grant scheme helps deserving causes across Scotland. Apply online for a community grant now by filling out the form. The maximum amount available for a Community Grant is £500.

  • Scottish Government's Community Choices

    Do you have an idea to improve your community? Do you need funds to put your idea into action?

  • Scottish LEADER programme from Scottish Rural Network

    LEADER is a bottom-up method of delivering support to communities for rural development. Grants are awarded by Local Action Groups to projects that support delivery of a Local Development Strategy.

  • See Me - Mental Health Project Funding

    See Me provides an annual grant programme which allows projects and groups to apply for funds where the people who benefit are those with mental health problems, carers and vulnerable groups.

  • Shared Care Scotland: Creative Breaks Grants

    Creative Breaks Grants

  • Sharing Heritage Fund

    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.

  • Skipton Building Society: Grassroots Giving

    Funding for volunteer run community groups

  • Social Innovation Fund

    This fund is open to partnerships between at least one social economy organisation and one academic/research institution.

  • Social Investment Scotland: community shares loan

    Social Investment Scotland (SIS), in collaboration with Community Shares Scotland, provides loans to organisations raising funds through a community share offer.

  • South Centra£ Decides - Intergenerational Activities

    We are pleased to announce that South Central Neighbourhood Partnership, is once again hosting South Centra£ Decides.

  • Sports Scotland: Sport Facilities Fund

    Sport Facilities Fund (SFF) supports capital projects that create or improve places where people take part in sport and physical activity.

  • Stafford Trust

    The Stafford Trust supports general charitable projects in the UK.

  • Stalled Spaces - Toolkit

    Stalled Spaces Scotland is a national programme commissioned by the Scottish Government and managed by Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS) to encourage and support communities to bring stalled spaces or derelict and vacant land back into temporary use.

  • Starbucks Youth Action

    Starbucks Youth Action funding is to be used by young people not in education or employment to develop and run projects in their local community

  • Tech for Good 2018 funding programme now open

    The third Tech for Good funding programme run by Comic Relief is now accepting applications.

  • Tesco Local Community Scheme

    The money raised from the 5p bag charge in Tesco stores in England, Wales and Scotland will be used to pay for a large number of local projects to improve green spaces in communities. Projects that will get the green light as a result of the funding will include building new pocket parks, sports facilities, woodland walks and community gardens.

  • The Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust

    We have re-structured our Grants programme for 2017. This is in response to the significantly increased number of applications that we now receive. We will now have four application periods per year.

  • The Aviva Community Fund

    The Aviva Community Fund offers you the chance to get funding for an important cause in your community.

  • The capacity building fund

    The capacity building fund, which supports groups and agencies in Scotland running food and health activities to build the knowledge, skills and expertise they need to help deliver these better, will be open to applications until Friday 8 December, or earlier if all the funding available has already been allocated.

  • The Children, Young People, Families, Early Intervention and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund

    Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland is working in partnership with the Scottish Government to administer and manage the Scottish Government’s Children, Young People and Families Early Intervention Fund and Adult Learning and Empowering Communities Fund (CYPFEIF and ALEC Fund).

  • The Corra Foundation

    The Corra Foundation has three £1,000 prizes to give away in honour of its new name and brand

  • The Dream Fund

    The Dream Fund is now open for applications.

  • The Endrick Trust

    This Trust considers applications from charities based and working in the Greater Glasgow postcode area with an income of less than £2 million per annum.

  • The Glasgow FlightPath fund

    We take great pride in the active role we play in the communities near the airport and are delighted to report that hundreds of community groups and charities have benefited from our funding programme, the Glasgow Airport FlightPath Fund. Established in 2010, the FlightPath Fund was set up with the sole intention of providing financial support to charities and community groups committed to improving the facilities and services available to local people.

  • The Henry Smith Charity

    This scheme provides revenue grants for projects involved with health and social welfare in the UK, including the Isle of Man and Channel Islands.

  • The Magic Little Grants Fund

    In association with Postcode Community Trust, Localgiving is delighted to offer charitable organisations the opportunity to apply for grants of either £250 or £500. The Magic Little Grants Fund provides local charities and community groups the opportunity to access funding to deliver physical activities.

  • The Mark Scott Leadership for Life Award

    The Mark Scott Leadership for Life Award brings together over 170 S6 pupils from 55 schools across the Central Belt of Scotland.

  • The Prince’s Countryside Fund

    Prince’s Countryside Fund Due to Re-open in January 2017. The Prince’s Countryside Fund is currently closed but will re-open for applications in January 2017.

  • The Robertson Trust

    We very much like to fund projects which promote and incorporate intergenerational work.

  • The ScotRail Cultural and Arts Fund

    As part of the ‘ScotRail in the Community’ initiative, a £40,000 annual Cultural and Arts Fund will enable communities to flourish. The ScotRail Foundation can provide grants of between £500 and £2,000.

  • The Scottish Veterans Fund 2017-18

    We would like to confirm that the Scottish Veterans Fund 2017-18 is now open for applications.

  • The Stafford Trust

    This scheme offers to support registered charities in the UK, with a preference towards charitable organisations operating in Scotland.

  • The Volunteering Support Fund

    The Volunteering Support Fund

  • The Weavers Company Benevolent Fund

    The Weavers' Company Benevolent Fund was set up in 1973 with funds from The Worshipful Company of Weavers, which is the oldest City of London Livery Company and has a history dating back before 1130 AD.

  • The Weir Charitable Trust

    We are now accepting applications for our next round of awards. Applications are open until 5.00 pm on Thursday 31st August 2017 with outcomes advised in Nov 2017.

  • The Wheelsforgood Community Fund

    Wheelsforgood aims to give something back to the community by helping out worthy causes related to wheels, transport or the motor industry (mini buses, bikes, etc.).

  • The Wheelsforgood Community Fund

    Wheelsforgood aims to give something back to the community by helping out worthy causes related to wheels, transport or the motor industry (mini buses, bikes, etc.)

  • The Wolfson Foundation

    This scheme aims to support excellence in the UK, generally through the funding of capital infrastructure in the fields of science and technology, arts and humanities, education, and health and disability.

  • The Women's Fund for Scotland

    The Women's fund for Scotland was established in 2002 and has since distributed almost £2million in grants to over 700 Scottish community groups and local charities run by or for women.

  • The Youth Scotland Rural Action Fund

    Funding to support Community based Youth Work across Scotland

  • Thomas Wall Trust

    This scheme makes grants available for registered charities undertaking educational and social welfare projects in the UK.

  • Transform Foundation: Website Grants

    Funding of up to £18,000 to cover the strategy, design, build, content strategy, training, QA and launch of a new mobile optimised website, with sophisticated marketing, fundraising, appeals, social media, e-commerce and website management tools.

  • vInspired: Funding for Sports Related Projects Run by Young People

    vInspired’s Cashpoint gives you the power (and the money) to bring your own community project to life. Tell us what great change you want to make and how your project clearly benefits others. We’ll give you up to £500 to make it happen.

  • Voluntary Action Fund

    Voluntary Action Fund

  • Volunteering Matters Action Earth 2017 Grants: Spring into Action and Grab A Grant!

    Our grants empower people in Scotland to take action and improve their local environment through volunteering activities.


    This scheme provides grants of up £5,000 to registered charities providing care for older people in the UK. There are no specified requirements for match funding although the average grant size is £2,200.

  • Weir Charitable Trust

    Weir Charitable Trust

  • Weir Charitable Trust Announces 2018 Deadlines

    Small charities and community groups in Scotland have two opportunities to apply for a grant from this Trust in 2018.

  • Wellbeing for Longer in Glasgow Fund

    Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership, have contracted VAF to develop and manage this fund for 2018/19. This Fund is now open for applications.

  • Wesleyan Foundation Small Grants

    Wesleyan Foundation Small Grants aim to support: Registered charities, constituted voluntary and community groups across Scotland.

  • WHSmith Trust Community Grants Application

    Voluntary organisations, charities schools and pre-schools can apply for grants of up to £500 from the WHSmith Trust.

  • Wingate Foundation - Performing Arts Grant

    The Foundation has been a consistent supporter of the performing arts for many years.

  • Wingate Foundation Music Grants Programme

    Music Grants Programme

  • Women's Fund for Scotland

    The Women’s Fund makes grants to projects across Scotland that support women’s development, self-sufficiency and social and economic equality. First round application to be submitted by 28 June 2016

  • Woodward Charitable Trust’s Main Grants Scheme Opens

    The Trust has two funding rounds per year. The Autumn round is now open for application from UK registered charities with an annual income of less than £300,000.

  • Year of the Young People National Lottery Fund

    A new National Lottery fund to help young people #SparkAChange in their lives.

  • Year of Young People 2018 Open Event Fund

    EventScotland is now inviting the events and festivals sector across Scotland to apply for support through its Year of Young People 2018 Open Event Fund.

  • Year of Young People National Lottery Fund

    Inspiring young people to lead active lives and encourage positive mental health.

  • Yorkshire & Clydesdale Bank Foundation 'Spirit of the Community Awards' Opens

    The Foundation aims to support projects that advance financial education, improve employability and promote environmental protection or improvement in areas where the Bank operates in England and Scotland.

  • Young Start programme

    Helping young people aged eight to 24 to become more confident and play an active part in realising their potential.

  • Youth Scotland Rural Action Fund

    Supported by The Robertson Trust, this new fund aims to support and develop community based youth work in Scotland’s rural communities.