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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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Glenkens & District Education and Training Fund

  • Area: Dumfries and Galloway
  • Grant size: Up to £1,000
This fund provides bursaries to residents of the Balmaclellan, Balmaghie, Carsphairn, Corsock & Kirkpatrick Durham, Crossmichael & District, Dalry, Dunscore, Glencairn, The Royal Burgh of New Galloway and Kells Parish and Parton Community Council areas.

Graham Charitable Trust

  • Area: Glasgow City
  • Grant size: Up to £500
To provide education bursaries to students, of the name of Graham or descendants of persons of that name, studying at higher education institutes in the Glasgow area.

Great Glen Energy Co-operative Fund

  • Area: Highland
  • Main Grants: Up to £20,000
The Great Glen Energy Co-operative purchased a stake in the Millennium wind farm in 2008. The wind farm is owned and managed by Millennium Wind Energy Ltd and is located in the hills north of Invergarry. There are currently 26 X 2.5 Mw Nordex turbines on the site. In full operation they produce enough clean green energy to supply around 36,000 average homes.

Hadyard Hill Community Fund (Dailly)

  • Area: South Ayrshire
  • Grant size: No fixed amount
The Hadyard Hill Community Fund (Dailly) is funded by SSE community benefit funding from the Hadyard Hill wind farm in South Ayrshire. The fund supports projects located within or directly benefiting the community area of Dailly.

Hadyard Hill Education and Training Fund (Dailly)

  • Area: South Ayrshire
  • Grant size: Up to £3,000
The purpose of the Hadyard Hill Education & Training Fund (Dailly) is to improve the opportunities and livelihoods of people living in the area. The fund provides bursaries to residents of Dailly Community Council areas to help them access training and education opportunities, that better equip them with the range of skills needed to enter or retain employment.

Hadyard Hill Education and Training Fund (Pinwherry and Pinmore)

  • Area: South Ayrshire
  • Grant size: Up to £3,000
This fund provides bursaries to residents of Pinwherry and Pinmore Community Council area to help them access training and education opportunities that better equip them with the range of skills needed to enter or retain employment. 

Halsary Windfarm Community Benefit Fund (Halkirk & District)

  • Area: Highland
  • Grant size: Up to £10,000
The Fund is provided by ScottishPower Renewables, the company that owns and operates the Halsary Windfarm.

Harthill, Eastfield and Greenrigg (HEG) Community Fund

  • Area: North Lanarkshire, West Lothian
  • Grant size: Up to £35,000
The Harthill, Eastfield and Greenrigg (HEG) Community Fund supports community projects benefiting those living in the Harthill & Eastfield and Greenrigg community council areas.

Harthill, Eastfield and Greenrigg (HEG) Education & Training Fund

  • Area: North Lanarkshire, West Lothian
  • Grant size: Up to £3,300
The Harthill, Eastfield and Greenrigg (HEG) Education & Training Fund benefits those living in Harthill and Eastfield in North Lanarkshire and Greenrigg in West Lothian.

Inch Cape Construction Fund

  • Area: East Lothian
  • Grant size: Up to £2,000
The Inch Cape Construction Fund supports community groups and charities tackling the effects of poverty and inequality or working to improve the local environment in Prestonpans, Cockenzie and Port Seton. The fund is provided by Inch Cape Offshore Limited, a joint venture between Red Rock Power and ESB Energy, which is developing the Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm.

June and Douglas Hume Memorial Fund

  • Area: All of Scotland
  • Grant size: Up to £2,000
To provide financial assistance for terminally ill patients who wish to spend their final days in their own homes.

Kildrummy Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund

  • Area: Aberdeenshire
  • Grant size: Up to £5,000
Kildrummy Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund supports charitable projects that benefit residents of Kildrummy, Lumsden and Towie/Glenkindie within the Donside Community Council area.