Delivering Equally Safe is a Scottish Government funding programme to support third sector organisations and public bodies contribute to the objectives, priorities, and outcomes of the Equally Safe strategy. It combines various funding streams, including the Equally Safe (Violence Against Women and Girls) and Rape Crisis Specific fund.
Scottish Broadband Voucher Scheme (SBVS) will ensure that every address in Scotland has the ability to access a superfast broadband connection by the end of 2021, regardless of whether or not it will ultimately receive a superfast connection through the other two strands of activity.
COVID-19 Strategic Framework Business Fund - If a business is required to close by law or to significantly change its operations due to COVID-19 restrictions from 2 November 2020, it may be eligible for this grant funding. Whether a business is eligible will depend on where its premises are located and what level of restrictions are in place at any point in time.
The Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund's priority is supporting organisations with their long-term planning, helping them become more sustainable in the future, despite the continued uncertainty.
Tech for Good programme supports not-for-profit organisations to use technology to explore different approaches to delivering better services.
Women in Agriculture Practical Training Fund - Courses eligible for funding can include: business skills; environmental and sustainability; health and safety; plants and animals; vehicles, machinery and equipment.
Bank of Scotland Foundation funding programmes - Supporting Positive Change launched in February 2019, ‘Supporting Positive Change Across Scotland’ is the Foundation’s five year strategic plan which will see a range of new funding programmes open in 2019 and 2020.
Funding Scotland is a service provided by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations to provide access to up to date, high-quality information on funding opportunities that is vital to third sector organisations in Scotland. Funding Scotland is free to any organisation in Scotland and provides a search of over 1,300 funding opportunities including grants, loans, prizes and other support.
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Turn2us is a national charity that helps people in financial hardship gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services.
The Stafford Trust offers funding of £500 - £5,000 to registered charities. http://www.staffordtrust.org.uk/apply-for-a-grant/
The Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts is the operating office of 17 different independent grant-making trusts established by members of three generations of the Sainsbury family.
Bank of Scotland Foundation offers up to £25,000.
Morrisons Foundation funds various projects.
Barrack Charitable Trust offers up to £5,000.
First Port has Start It and Build It grants of up to £20,000.
Trusthouse Charitable Foundation funds capital and revenue costs.
Garfield Weston supports a broad range of charities across the UK that make a positive difference.
Tudor Trust offers grants of around £10,000 and above, and this an be multi year funding.
Marr Area Partnership Initiative Grant offers up to £750.
Weir Charitable Trust. The average grant is typically around £3,500, although applications for larger amounts will be considered. To be eligible, proposals must address one of the following areas: health, sport, culture, recreational facilities and animal welfare.
Disability Grants is an online guide to grants for the disabled.