Funding in rural Scotland

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This charitable fund is provided by Infinis, the developer of the Galawhistle Wind Farm, located in South Lanarkshire. The Fund supports community projects benefiting those living in Douglas (incorporating Glespin and surrounding areas) and/or Coalburn community council areas. It supports positive change by investing in a wide range of inspirational, community-led activity that is strategic, positive and creative and helps deliver a legacy of lasting impact. Applications are expected to address one or more of the following outcomes: - help people into work - improve local transport - improve quality of life, health and well-being - build capacity for local groups and individuals - building sustainable community assets, including capital assets, community enterprises, local exchange systems, people’s skills and abilities, culture and the local environment.
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Social Investment Scotland Growth Challenge

Last reviewed 3 days ago
Social Investment Scotland seek established charities and social enterprises with well-progressed plans for 2021, that require funding and would benefit from a flexible loan and grant solution. Successful applicants will have growth aspirations that need +£200k of loan/ grant funding, before 30 June 2021, and be able to demonstrate how these funds will generate an increased Social Impact in their community as well as a sustainable business model.
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Strategic Legal Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable Young Migrants (SLF) is a fund to support legal work that goes beyond securing justice for an individual and makes a significant contribution to law, practice and procedures to uphold and promote the rights of vulnerable migrant children and young people more generally. It aims to tackle injustices and inconsistencies in law and practice that disadvantage or discriminate against vulnerable young migrants as a result of their migration status. They do this by making grants to organisations to: - undertake pre-litigation research - make third party interventions to ensure that the key legal points are made in existing cases.
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Social Business Trust

Last reviewed 3 days ago
SBT’s mission is to support high growth potential social enterprises to scale-up their impact. They do that by investing cash grants and professional support from seven partner organisations in a carefully selected portfolio of social enterprises.
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The Henry Moore Foundation

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Henry Moore Grants continue Moore's legacy by supporting sculpture across historical, modern and contemporary registers and seeking to fund research that expands the appreciation of sculpture. The Foundation supports the growth and development of sculpture through its Grants programme. They fund in the following categories: New Projects, Collections, Research and Development, Fellowships, Conferences.
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Heritage Trade Up Programme

Last reviewed 3 days ago
This programme will build the capacity of heritage sector organisations to strengthen their resilience and overall sustainability. It will equip them with the enterprise skills, networks and funding they need to create positive change for people and communities. Participating organisations will become more financially resilient and strengthen their governance structures to meet evolving operational demands. The programme comprises eight days of learning between October 2021 and June 2022.

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