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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Standard Life Foundation Coronavirus Fund

Last reviewed 11 hours ago
Standard life Foundation is making funding available for work directly related to the coronavirus pandemic. Work should address specific challenges and help to contribute to social change which tackles financial problems and improves living standards for those on low-to-middle incomes. work must aim to create a step change in policy, practice, attitudes and/or behaviour. Funding is specifically for research, policy work and campaigning activities.
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WAT IF? - Grant Scheme

Last reviewed a day ago
The Community Grant is open to applications for projects which will benefit the community. Applications can be made from a local group or an individual, as long as the project is community based and within the WAT IF? area of Woolfords, Auchenbray and Tarbrax. The Events Grant can be used to cover the costs of a community event (excluding alcohol). This could include hall hire, food, entertainment etc.
The fund is to support small, local projects in all the communities of the Western Isles, which support and promote the use of Gaelic in those communities. This support is a crucial aspect of the Gaelic Language Plan for the Western Isles 2007-2012, in which there are contained three Strategic Objectives:- to strengthen Gaelic as a language in the family in the Western Isles; to strengthen Gaelic as a community language in the Western Isles; to increase the number of Gaelic speakers in the Western Isles.
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SRDP - Crofting Agricultural Grant Scheme

Last reviewed a day ago
This scheme provides grants for crofters to make improvements to their crofts and help to sustain their businesses. Funding can be used for: capital projects, such as the construction or improvement of agricultural buildings: the establishment of Common Grazings Committees, which is responsible for managing and maintaining common grazing, and is elected by crofters who use it. Funding for eligible capital projects can cover all aspects of the project, including the cost of materials, transportation of materials, costs of contractors and your own labour.
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Community Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund

Last reviewed a day ago
In partnership with the National Emergencies Trust, Foundation Scotland is delivering the Community Response, Recovery and Resilience Fund. The RRR Fund will support local charities and grassroots organisations across Scotland to help them respond to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic and recover from its impact.
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Third Sector Resilience Fund

Last reviewed a day ago
The Third Sector Resilience Fund (TSRF) is a £20m emergency fund for charities, community groups, social enterprises and voluntary organisations working in Scotland. The fund supports organisations that already deliver services and products but find themselves in financial difficulties directly as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The primary intention of the fund is to help third sector organisations to stabilise and manage cash flows over this difficult period.

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