The People's Health Trust's Active Communities funding programme is open until 14th April. Active Communities is a funding programme for community groups and not-for-profit organisations, with an income of less than £350,000 a year or an average of £350,000 over two years.
The Arnold Clark Community Fund is now open to all UK registered charities and local community groups who need financial assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the end of each month, 500 applications will be granted. If your application is unsuccessful one month, they’ll keep you in the draw, which will roll over to the following month.
The Magic Little Grants 2021 programme is now live and accepting applications until 31st October 2021 (application deadline). This year funding can go towards any of the following projects: Improving mental wellbeing | Enabling community participation in the arts | Preventing or reducing the impact of poverty | Supporting marginalised groups and promoting equality | Improving biodiversity and green spaces | Enabling participation in physical activity | Responding to the climate emergency and promoting sustainability | Increasing community access to outdoor space.
The Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities Fund is a Scottish Government fund worth £500,000 administered by Corra Foundation.
The Adapt and Thrive Programme aims to support organisations across the third sector to adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19 and build back better to thrive in the future. It provides the opportunity, space, and support so organisations can reflect on their current services and determine which areas need to change, flex, innovate, or grow in order to be resilient and successful during and post COVID-19.
Tullo and Twinshiels Wind Farms Community Benefit Fund aims to support projects that make a difference to life in, and seek improvement in, the local community. We are keen to support community and voluntary organisations that are charitable, educational, philanthropic or benevolent in purpose.
Shell Small Grants are awarded to support community groups and organisations within the Aberdeenshire Council area of Buchan, especially projects that will improve the quality of life for local people and have a focus on community safety. Further details and applications forms are available from Buchan Development Partnership telephone 01771 613584.
Henry Smith offers between £20,000-£60,000 per year, for up to 3 years, for Improving Lives and Strengthening Communities.
B&Q operates a community re-use scheme through all stores.
Scotmid Co-op Community Grant offers up to £500.
Scotmid Community Connect is a funding initiative which enables Scotmid members to give back to their Communities. Community Connect is simple: Three Good Cause Groups from three Member Regions (North, East and West) will receive a financial award of up to £15,000 following a vote by Scotmid members.
The Princes Trust Development Award offers funding to train, learn or help get a job for 14-25 year olds. Priority is given to activities that have a focus on particular communities in Scotland and are registered charities, social enterprises, community interest companies and/or other charitable entities providing social impact that do one or more of the following: support rural regeneration as part of a community development project and have a housing component that supports the local community where the regeneration project is taking place. Projects involving community ownership in rural areas are likely to be given the highest priority.
National Churches Trust offers grants of up to £40,000. From repairing a roof to helping to install an accessible toilet - and many other projects - their grants help people to continue to serve, and to serve better, their local communities.
Tesco Bags of Help funds 225 projects in Scotland every 2 months. You can apply now for up to £4,000 for projects that bring benefits to the community.
The Rural and Islands Housing Funds (RIHF) can help you build new homes, change buildings into homes, make empty homes ready to rent or sell.
National Lottery Community Fund offers funding from £300 to £10,000 to support what matters to people and communities.