Offering awards for enterprising businesses in the West and North West of Scotland to help new and existing businesses to flourish.
A new and unique network for established and emerging philanthropists in the UK.
Set up a memorial fund with the help of the Foundation Scotland to commemorate a loved one.
Working with Morton Fraser, we were able to transfer the perpetual fund for Joseph Thomson into a new revitalised fund - Live Well Edinburgh Fund
Our in-depth knowledge of the charitable sector in Scotland, ensures that we can match your priorities to charities.
Received a grant from PF Charitable Trust, to create an integrated music group with 5 disabled members to play at residential homes in the Borders over a period of 10 months.
The Foundation worked with solicitors Morton Fraser to close an ancient trust and transfer the assets to the Foundation. The foundation now manages the grant making programme to reflect the original wishes of the originator of the Fund Joseph Thomson.
The premier spring event for professional advisers to learn more about philanthropy.
The gift that keeps giving.
Foundation Scotland supporting Shell UK's charitable giving in Scotland.
Supporting social enterprises and community interest groups looking to grow their business and improve their local community
Baillie Gifford, lead sponsor of the Caledonian Challenge, one of the top UK events in the fundraising calendar. Raising funds for local charities and communities.
Our community benefit funds cover 80 community council areas. Find out what's available.
A discussion between community members, businesses and key stakeholders about how funds can be used to benefit Caithness Communities
We can offer advice to developers, communities and grantees on all aspects of community benefit funds
The Foundation distributes approximately £1.14m each year in community benefit funds.
Start and Grow provides grant and loan packages of up to £60,000 to support the development and growth of both new and existing organisations.
We are Scotland's busiest grant maker, our funds get distributed across Scotland. Find out a little bit more about the groups and communities benefiting.
Supporting development and growth on new and existing organisations
Read about the beneficiaries of Start & Grow.
Additional resources for social enterprises looking to expand
Read our latest news and developments at Foundation Scotland
The Foundation has a dedicated team of professionals, focused on inspiring giving and connecting with exceptional charities. Meet our Chief Executive - Giles Ruck
Supporting those less fortunate and helping them deal with the winter weather.
We read about economic struggles at home and abroad, famine around the world, poverty and health issues in our own backyard.
While all these stories are real and represent significant challenges, there is also another side to our world. There are stories of altruism, unsung heroes, life-changing ideas and community-changing inspiration, supported by a helping hand and small amounts of money.
Where philanthropy meets community is a rewarding space in which we work. Each day we see these stories unfold and it is these stories we choose to share and celebrate at the Foundation. Inspiring giving has been our passion since 1996, when we started connecting philanthropists with exceptional charities, enterprises and community opportunities.
Last year, thanks to the generosity of our clients, we funded over 2200 projects. We reached all corners of Scotland through grassroots grant making. And we created impact in communities through major donations, investments and capital projects. Behind each grant there is a story and you will find lots of these on our website. We hope these will inspire you. Click on the button to find out more.
The Scotch Whisky Action Fund (SWA) aims to tackle alcohol related harm as it extends its commitment to addressing misuse and promoting responsible drinking.
Start & Grow provides investment packages of up to £60,000 to support the development of both new and existing organisations.
A community-led Charter on community benefit funds from onshore commercial wind farms
More than 60 organisations to benefit from Enterprise ...
ScotRail has committed £100,000 for the period 2013/20...
Grants of up to £2000 available from the Women's Fund ...
Scotland's premier outdoor charity event, and raise mo...