Comic Relief and The KFC Foundation have launched Future Lookin’ Good to advance work under their Safe Place to Be Pillar. The fund recognises
that early intervention is key to ensuring young people can create a positive future where they can live with
This is an exciting opportunity to join SCVO’s Information Service team and work in a role with specific
responsibility for SCVO’s Funding Scotland.
The Funding Scotland officer will be responsible for Funding Scotland funding searches and services and the provision…
Robertson Trust is launching a new strategy in summer 2020 and will close grant funding in February as they
enter a transition phase from the current strategy.
They will stop making awards under the current strategy in June 2020. As a result, the last date on…
The Movement for Good Awards have opened for Phase 2 which will see 10 charities receive a grant of £50,000.
Championing innovation, the awards are focused on supporting charities to turn creative ideas into practical
solutions that benefit society.
Open from Mo…
Groups working to support communities through the coronavirus pandemic have benefitted from essential funding thanks
to Foundation Scotland.
In partnership with the National Emergencies Trust, Foundation
Scotland is administering the Community Response, Recovery…
Charities who support women and girls are invited to apply for a share of £15 million.
The money is being made available from the Tampon Tax Fund, raised through VAT on sanitary products. This tax will
come to an end in January 2021 following the UK’s exit from the Europe…
There are only two weeks to go until The Gathering
2020 kicks off at the SEC in Glasgow. Taking place on the 19 th and 20 th February, it
is Scotland’s largest event for charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations. And it’s free to
To celebrate their 20 th Anniversary, Social & Community Captial are offering seven £20,000 grants to
help organisations develop a project that creates a positive impact for communities in need. One grant will
be awarded in each of the following regions ar…
The SCVO managed Community
Capacity & Resilience Fund (CCRF) gives local community based organisations, with an income of
£250,000 or less, who are tackling the effects of welfare reform the opportunity to access Scottish
Government funding to deliver shor…
Bank of Scotland Foundation, an independent charity supporting
people and their local communities across Scotland, is making preparations to expand its funding programmes
later this year replacing the Small, Medium and Large Grants.
The Foundation’s five-year stra…