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We have a diverse range of funding programmes benefitting communities across Scotland. Some of our funds are available on a Scotland-wide basis, and others are aimed at specific geographical areas or themes. You’ll find grant size and criteria information on each fund’s page, together with any unique criteria. 

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North Rhins Wind Farm Community Fund

  • Area: Dumfries and Galloway
  • Grant size: Up to £3,500
The North Rhins Wind Farm became operational in 2010 and it will pay community benefit for the 25-year lifetime of the wind farm. Payments are made directly to Community Councils, or similar organisations, to use or distribute to groups that are active in their communities.

NorthConnect Legacy Fund

  • Area: Aberdeenshire
  • Grant size: Up to £1,500
The NorthConnect Legacy Fund supports community groups which benefit residents living within ten miles of the planned electrical interconnector between Scotland and Norway. This area includes Peterhead, Boddam, Cruden Bay, Mintlaw, St Fergus and Crimond.

Old Luce Community Fund

  • Area: Dumfries and Galloway
  • Grant size: No fixed amount
This charitable fund is provided by Barlockhart Moor Wind Energy Ltd; Carscreugh Renewable Energy Park Ltd; Glenchamber Wind Energy Ltd, SSE, 2020 Renewables, Greencoat and ScottishPower Renewables, owners of nearby wind farms, who channel their community benefit funds through this single Fund.

Path Trust

  • Area: City of Edinburgh, East Lothian
  • Grant size: Up to £5,000
The Path Trust supports projects using heritage and special buildings and landscapes to give hope and help to those who can benefit most. Priority will be given to organisations in Northumbria, Edinburgh and East Lothian, but the fund will consider UK wide projects.

PF Charitable Trust

  • Area: All of Scotland
  • Grant size: Up to £2,000
The PF Charitable Trust's funding policy is to support work at community level and the Foundation provides a valuable service in targeting appropriate groups working in disability, health, children and families, youth work, or the elderly.

Provident Social Impact Fund (Scotland)

  • Area: Inverclyde
  • Grant size: Up to £5,000
The fund aims to support projects focused on financial education, mental health, families, inequalities and general education

Queensberry Trust

  • Area: City of Edinburgh
  • Grant size: Up to £5,000
This fund is aimed at supporting charities and community groups in Edinburgh supporting the elderly and those with dementia who are shielding or isolating.

Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund

  • Area: All of Scotland
  • Grant size: Up to £5,000
Launched in partnership with the National Emergencies Trust in March 2020, this fund aims to help organisations to continue supporting their communities throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

RWE Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Community Fund (Halkirk & District)

  • Area: Highland
  • Grant size: Up to £10,000
This Fund supports charitable activities or services that benefit people living in the Community Council area of Halkirk & District in Caithness. Constituted not-for-profit groups or organisations working to benefit people in the area may apply.

RWE Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Community Fund (Latheron, Lybster and Clyth)

  • Area: Highland
  • Grant size: Up to £10,000
This fund supports charitable activities or services that benefit people living in the Latheron, Lybster and Clyth Community Council area in Caithness. Constituted not-for-profit groups or organisations working to benefit people in the area may apply.

RWE Bad á Cheò Wind Farm Education & Training Fund

  • Area: Highland
  • Grant size: Up to £1,500
The purpose of the RWE Bad á Cheò Education & Training Fund is to improve opportunities and livelihoods of people living in the Halkirk District, Lybster, Latheron and Clyth and Watten Community Councils areas.

RWE Camster Wind Farm Community Fund

  • Area: Highland
  • Grant size: Up to £25,000
This Fund supports charitable activities or services of benefit to those living in the following Community Council areas in Caithness: Latheron, Lybster and Clyth; Watten; and Tannach and District. Constituted not-for-profit groups or organisations working to benefit people in these areas may apply.