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Applying is easy!

Foundation Scotland offers a diverse range of funding programmes for organisations working to benefit a range of communities across Scotland. 

Some of these programme are Scotland wide and some are restricted to particular sectors and/or geographies.  Each programme has its own criteria and/or outcomes.

We distribute the funds on behalf of companies, individuals and charitable trusts.

We are also a leading provider of community benefit funds in Scotland.

Using the table below, you can search for funds that are currently available in your area and find details about how to apply.

If you want to discuss your funding needs, call our grants team on  0141 341 4960 or email

Dumfries & Galloway Scottish Borders East Lothian Midlothian Edinburgh City South Lanarkshire East Ayrshire South Ayrshire North Ayrshire East Renfrewshire Glasgow City West Lothian Falkirk North Lanarkshire East Dumbartonshire Renfrewshire Inverclyde West Dunbartonshire Clackmannanshire Fife Dundee City North Ayrshire Argyll & Bute Stirling Perth & Kinross Angus Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Moray Western Isles Orkney Islands Shetland Islands Highlands

Dumfries & Galloway

FUND NAME PROGRAMME THEME GRANT SIZE HOW TO APPLY
ANNANDALE AND NITHSDALE COMMUNITY BENEFIT COMPANY To support the rural regeneration and sustainability of communities. Small grants from £500 to £5000 (small grants will require at last 25% match funding) Large Grants: from £5001 to £20,000 (large grants will require at least 50% match funding)

Please visit the ANCBC website for details of how to apply 

 

BLACKCRAIG COMMUNITY FUND

Please ensure you read the Fund Factsheet before applying. In anticipation of high demand, groups can apply for grants of between £500 and £25,000. This upper limit will be reviewed after the first two rounds.

For grants under £500, please contact your local community council.

For grants of £500-£25,000, pleasy apply online or by downloading the main grant application form.

We welcome pre-application enquiries. For more information about the fund, contact Foundation Scotland on 01557 814927 or email office@foundationscotland.org.uk

CAIRNRYAN COMMUNITY FUND

Please ensure you read the Fund Factsheet  before applying.

Cairnryan Community Fund (£500-£10,000)

Please complete the application online or alternatively download and return the application form.

Completed and signed applications should be submitted to Programme Administrator Foundation Scotland, The Kiosk, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 2HP.

For more information please contact the Programme Administrator: 01577 814927 or email office@foundationscotland.org.uk.

SSE CLYDE (DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY) COMMUNITY FUND To support activities that will enhance quality of life and promote people's well being, promote community spirit and bring people together or foster vibrant, sustainable communities. Constituted community groups, not-for-profit organisations and registered charities working to benefit people in one or more of the 12 community council areas. There are two levels of grants: Standard grants, £250-£12,000 Large grants, over £12,000 Please note that large grant applications involve a two-stage process. A small proportion of the fund will be distributed in the form of "micro grants" of up to £250 each through a scheme administered by each community council or equivalent.

Download the fund factsheet  for more information before applying.

Standard grants : Please apply online or by downloading the application form

Large grants: Please download an enquiry form.

CREPL

Applications for grants that will benefit one of the six eligible Fund areas are decided upon by the local Community Councils that receive CREPL funding directly each year. 

Groups that wish to apply for funding should contact their local Community Council directly. Contact details for local Community Council members can be found on the Dumfries & Galloway council website.

MINNYGAP COMMUNITY FUND

Please ensure you read the Fund Factsheet before applying.

For grants under £500, please apply by downloading the small grant application form.

For grants of £501-£10,000, pleasy apply online or by downloading the standard grant application form.

We welcome pre-application enquiries. For more information about the fund, contact Foundation Scotland on 01557 814927 or email office@foundationscotland.org.uk

 

NORTH RHINS COMMUNITY FUND

Applications for grants that will benefit one of the eligible Fund areas are decided upon by the local Community Council or Community Association that receive North Rhins funding directly each year. 

Groups that wish to apply for funding should contact their local Community Council or Community Association directly.  

OLD LUCE COMMUNITY FUND The Old Luce Community Fund primarily supports projects located within or directly benefiting the Old Luce Community Council area, including the communities of Glenluce, Dunragit and Auchenmalg. • Small grants: £500 - £10,000 • Large grants: over £10,000. Awards of over £50,000 will only be made in exceptional circumstances.

Please ensure you read the Fund Factsheet before applying. 

For a standard grant application you can apply online or download an application form.

For large grants, please read the factsheet prior to sending us a one-page outline proposal.

Completed and signed applications should be submitted to Programme Administrator Foundation Scotland, The Kiosk, Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 2HP.

For more information, you can contact the Programme Administrator on t: 01577 814927 or email office@foundationscotland.org.uk.

WHITESIDE HILL COMMUNITY FUND

Please ensure you read the Fund Criteria before downloading an application form.


We welcome pre-application enquiries. For more information about the fund, contact Foundation Scotland on 01557 814927 or email office@foundationscotland.org.uk

Scotland Wide

FUND NAME PROGRAMME THEME GRANT SIZE HOW TO APPLY
BAILLIE GIFFORD Registered charities and voluntary groups working in key priority areas. Depends on stream

There are four different funding streams, please click on one of the links below:

Baillie Gifford Community Awards 

Baillie Gifford Multi Year Awards 

Grass Roots Sports Fund

Baillie Gifford Room Hire Plus

BAILLIE GIFFORD GRASSROOTS SPORTS To support grassroot sports up to £2K

Please read the guidelines, and then complete  the Baillie Gifford Community Awards Programme application form and  ensure you tick the box to indicate you are applying for sport funding..

BAILLIE GIFFORD MULTI-YEAR AWARDS Working in one of the following areas; reducing isolation in Scotland's communities; supporting financial inclusion; overcoming homelessness; improving employability and enterprise Grants of up to £5K over three years

Please read the programme guidelines prior to completing the application form

BAILLIE GIFFORD COMMUNITY AWARDS PROGRAMME To support community groups across Scotland up to £2000

Please read the guidelines prior to completing the online application form 

BAILLIE GIFFORD ROOM HIRE PLUS Room Hire Room hire plus up to £100 in coses

Please use our online application form.

There are no application deadlines but we expect you to use the meeting room before the end of March 2020.

 

 

DAVID DOIG FOUNDATION
FOURTEEN
FRAN TRUST - WE ARE SORRY TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE FRAN TRUST IS NOW CLOSED. To fund scholarly activity in the fields of feminism, gender or women's studies. You must be a post graduate student attending an academic conference to present a paper on gender related topics.
GATEWAY EXCHANGE FUND To support those seeking funding assistance to promote healing, creative self expression, transformation and renewal through innovative projects. Special consideration to projects relating to drug addiction, HIV, mental health and counselling projects as well as activities supporting prisoners and ex-prisoners Between £250 - £2000

Please contact Linda Phillips on linda@foundationscotland.org.uk or call 0141 341 4960 for an application form.

JUNE AND DOUGLAS HUME MEMORIAL FUND To provide financial assistance for the terminally ill who wish to spend their final days in their own homes. Priority will be given to applicants from the West of Scotland.

Please contact Jennifer McPhail on 0141 341 4964 for further information.

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