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Funding available from A’Chruach Fund

05 February 2018

Community groups and charities serving Dunadd, West Loch Fyne and Lochgilphead are being urged to apply to the Ventient A’Chruach Community Wind Farm Fund, before the next deadline of 30th March.

The Fund was established to support community-led activity that is strategic, positive and creative, and improves the communities of West Loch Fyne, Dunadd and Lochgilphead.

During 2017, the Fund supported 18 groups distributing over £130K. Awards were made to projects addressing fund priorities; enhancing infrastructure, provision of activities for young people, developing enterprise, encouraging tourism and developing community services.

Beneficiaries included, Artmap Argyll Ltd to support the running of the Lantern Festival; Mid Argyll Transport Volunteers to help cover annual running costs; 19th Argyll Lochgilphead Scouts to purchase equipment to support group activities, Minard Community Trust to carry out significant improvements to the village hall; Mid Argyll Community Enterprises Ltd to cover costs associated with employing modern apprentices; Lochgilphead Soccer Centre assist with costs of equipment, training kit, coach training, and participation in football festivals; and Blarbuie Woodland Enterprises to upgrade woodland paths.

Rachel Searle-Mbullu, Head of Communities, Foundation Scotland said, “The Panel is keen to support those priorities identified in the local plans that each of the three communities developed in preparation for the Fund, and encourages groups delivering work addressing these issues to apply.”

For more information on the Fund and how to apply visit


For further information please contact Jacqui Morris, Foundation Scotland Tel: 0141 341 4963

Foundation Scotland distributes funds for over 250 individuals, families, charitable trusts, companies and public bodies. Our in-depth knowledge of the charitable and community sectors ensures that funding has the greatest value.

Foundation Scotland works with communities and developers, administering over £3M in community benefit payments annually mainly linked to commercially owned and operated onshore wind farms. The Foundation works with over 145 communities and a wide range of developers, supporting the set-up and on-going activities of over 50 community funds across Scotland.

The Foundation favours a long term view, promotes and harnesses community strengths and supports decision making processes that are inclusive, accountable and community-led.



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