Funding Scotland is run by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), the national membership organisation for the voluntary sector. This is one of our local funding websites.
This website has a free funding search. You can also access Funding Scotland premium features at funding.scot - saved searches, personalised email alerts, lists and notes - if you are an SCVO member or supporter.
A consultation has been launched on a potential replacement to a £780 million European funding programme, if Brexit
The current funding programme has invested in key areas such as modern apprenticeship schemes and the Low Carbon
Three months into the Wee
Grants for Wee Groups pilot the Robertson Trust are and thrilled with the response so far.
Over £114,000 has been awarded to 71 organisations across Scotland, with awards ranging from £500 to £2,000 for
anything from data literacy worksho…
Crowdfunder are in Scotland helping to make great ideas happen through a combination of expert crowdfunding coaching,
events and grants.
Crowdfund Scotland is for everyone in
Scotland with an idea that can transform their community.
Expert coaches are on the groun…
The Scottish Government’s Climate
Challenge Fund (CCF) is open for a new round of applications.
Funding is available of up to £100,000 per organisation, per year for the next two financial years 2020-2022.
The CCF supports community-led organisations in Scotland to tackle…
Scotland’s largest independent funder, the Robertson Trust, have published their latest annual review.
It’s more compact and visual than before.
The Trust awarded a whopping £18,004,500 to 579 charities through the Open Awards which focus on care and wellbeing,
Applications are being accepted for the Big Give’s Christmas Challenge 2019, the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign. Join with hundreds of other charities raising funds this Christmas. Up to £25,000 in match funding is available from Big Give ‘Champions.
The Robertson Trust have launched a new pilot, Wee Grants for Wee Groups,
which is open to organisations with an annual income of up to £100,000. In a first for the Trust,
constituted groups with charitable aims, as well as registered charities can apply.
The Directory of Social Change and Ecclesiastical are hosting a series of webinars providing expert views into the opportunities and challenges in the current fundraising environment.
The Fundraising Plan
Date: Tuesday 8th December 2020 at 10.30am
A fundraising plan is a must for…
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…