Funding in rural Scotland

Scottish Rural Network (SRN) has teamed up with SCVO's Funding Scotland to provide an advanced online funding search for your charity, community group or social enterprise. From small grants to funding for big capital projects, we can help you track down the funding you need to make a difference in your community.

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Highland Council - Highland Coastal Communities Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Highland Coastal Communities Fund is a new fund designed to support economic regeneration and sustainable development around coastal areas in Highland. Local area priorities, eligibility criteria and grant limits are still being finalised but is currently open for expressions of interest. Further information will be published when the fund re-opens early in 2021. Applicants can wait until the fund re-opens and detailed information on local area priorities has been published before applying.
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Scops Arts Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The goal of Scops Arts Trust is to give people of all ages a better quality of life by enabling them to understand, participate in and simply enjoy the arts, particularly music, drama, opera and dance. Their current interests lie in supporting organisations run by committed and passionate individuals to deliver projects that: Improve the provision and quality of music education in schools; Engage children and young people in music outside of school; Widen access to the arts for everyone, regardless of any disadvantage they face because of their health, financial or social circumstances; Reach audiences in parts of the country where arts events are not usually found
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Highland and Moray Fisheries Local Action Group

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Projects will help build stronger and more resilient fishing communities, sustain grow and diversify marine, coastal and aquaculture economies and improve the understanding of the marine environment and management of resources. Businesses, public and third sector organisations can apply.
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Foundation Scotland - Hadyard Hill Dailly Community Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Supports projects located within or directly benefiting the community area of Dailly. It supports charitable activities that support the rural regeneration and sustainability of Dailly.
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Glasgow City Council - Sense over Sectarianism

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Sense Over Sectarianism (SOS) is a partnership with funding from the Scottish Government gives grants to projects aimed at the wider Glasgow area that challenge sectarianism and bigotry. Grants will be given to individuals or organisations that are looking to develop new projects that will challenge bigotry and sectarianism and will break down barriers between people caused by religious and cultural differences. There is no set idea of what a project might be. It could be based on sport, drama, art, discussion, music or any other bright idea you might have.
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Gannochy Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Gannochy Trust is an independent grant maker, informed by its Funding Strategy and Guidance for 2019 to 2022. During this funding strategy, the greater percentage of the Trust’s funding will be aimed at groups and organisations within Perth and Kinross. Organisations within Perth and Kinross can apply for funding: improve the quality of life for people; develop and inspire young people and improve the availability or quality of the built and natural environment for wide community use. In the rest of Scotland the “develop and inspire young people” strand is available to organisations which support direct work with young people who are disadvantaged and vulnerable in communities that have limited access to resources and opportunities. The Trust aims to fund the most compelling projects or organisations that deliver the outcomes that they hope to achieve with our funding, particularly for young people. The Trust will accept applications from organisations working in areas such as community, sport, culture including art, music and dance, youth work, environment, health and wellbeing and heritage.

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