The School for Social Entrepreneurs have partnered with the National Lottery Heritage Fund to promote a stronger heritage sector
that supports a connected, inclusive society.
The Heritage Trade
Up Programme will support 52 organisations across the UK, with:
The Scottish Government has announced a £2 million recovery fund to support the sustainability of residential outdoor
centres in Scotland.
The Covid-19 Residential Outdoor Education Centre Recovery Fund is open to third and private sector centres that have been financiall…
Movement for Good’s 12 Days of Giving is back again for 2020. Nominations are invited for any UK registered
charity for the chance to win £1,000. There will be 10 winners drawn at random each weekday
from 7 – 22 December 2020.
A total of 12 charities will share £1…
The School for Social Entrepreneurs has launched Scale+Innovate, a free programme run in partnership with the Postcode Innovation Trust.
Applications are open for established charities or social enterprises working in employability and
training or environment and conserva…
The Weir Charitable Trust has launched a one-off emergency fund totalling £200,000 to be directed to support the most
vulnerable people across Scotland. This is in addition to the normal 6 monthly cycle of awards.
Announcing the fund, Lorraine Tait, Trust Manager, said
Last week the Bank of Scotland Foundation celebrated their tenth anniversary. Since launching on 10 November 2010,
the Foundation has awarded over £21 million to over 2,200 charities across Scotland, addressing areas such as
mental health, isolation and homelessne…
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is reopening for smaller grant applications!
Having focused their efforts on the coronavirus pandemic for the past eight months including the Heritage Emergency
Fund which supported organisations across Scotland and the UK, they are now…
A £1.5 million Scottish Government initiative has been launched to establish a network of creative practitioners,
organisations and communities to respond to the impact of COVID-19 by providing employment opportunities and
actively engage people in shaping the fut…
In April the Paul Hamlyn Foundation paused their regular grants to focus on their emergency COvid-19 response
funding. After publishing their new UK strategy
at the end of September, they have now reopened their funding to applications.
They have five funding priorities f…
The national Cycling Facilities Fund is
an £8 million fund made possible thanks to the Scottish Government and National Lottery. It aims to capitalise
on the upsurge of interest in cycling during the Covid-19 pandemic by developing a network of accessible,…