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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AAL - Smart Ageing Prize

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The challenge prize is seeking solutions that support, empower and inspire older adults to engage in entrepreneurship, for example through the creation of intergenerational teams and skills-sharing, or digital solutions to help bring to life the entrepreneurial ideas and energy of the 60+ age group.
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The Mary Salmond Trust

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The objective of the Mary Salmond Trust is to provide financial assistance to individuals and organisations in North East Scotland, which is defined as the local government area of Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen and Moray for: the advancement of community development, in particular rural or urban regeneration. Organisations and young people by supporting, promoting and developing children and young people's health, welfare, training, education, civic responsibility and volunteering for the public benefit.
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North East Fisheries Local Action Group

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The FLAG strategy delivers the fisheries elements of three separate multi-fund local development strategies: North Aberdeenshire, South Aberdeenshire and Angus. Each LDS has variations in its priorities and focus, but common themes among them include improving connections and sense of place, developing the economy, and co-operation (both inter-territorial and trans-national). Specific priorities for fishing areas include: Facilitating diversifications within and outside of the fisheries sector; Supporting lifelong learning and job creation in fisheries areas; Adding value, creating jobs and promoting innovation at all stages of the fisheries seafood supply chain.
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EST - Scottish Bus Emissions Abatement Retrofit Programme

Last reviewed 16 hours ago
The programme aims to fit buses/coaches with Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS) accredited retrofit technology measures to support the delivery of Scotland’s Low Emission Zones (LEZs) by reducing nitrogen dioxide (NOx) and particulate matter (PM) emissions in Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs). BEAR Phase 2 will fund retrofit technology measures accredited by CVRAS to improve emissions to Euro VI standard or better. The funding is available to licensed bus operators (including community transport operators) located in or operating eligible vehicles based on routes within one of Scotland’s cities identified in the Programme for Government 2017 LEZ commitment (i.e. Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow) and/or one of Scotland’s Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs).
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The Henry Moore Foundation

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The Foundation supports the growth and development of sculpture through its Grants programme. 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.
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North Lanarkshire Council - Community Grants

Last reviewed 16 hours ago
This grant scheme exists to provide small amounts of funding, within a short timescale, to promote projects or activities which bring community benefit. To apply you must be a voluntary organisation or community group operating in North Lanarkshire. Grants may be used for various purposes including equipment, accommodation, catering, running costs, transport, publicity, tutors and building repairs.

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