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A CASE FOR SUPPORT

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Our Case Studies

Read about some of the wonderful projects our generous donors have funded, and stories about the difference their funding has made.

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A journey to new skills: Weaving and Pétanque
A journey to new skills: Weaving and Pétanque

Community Funds

A journey to new skills: Weaving and Pétanque

Langhope Rig Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund has been supporting local people to learn new skills.
Small project – big difference! Scatwell Community Association
Small project – big difference! Scatwell Community Association

Community Funds

Small project – big difference! Scatwell Community Association

Scatwell Community Association is a small but active organisation, set up to benefit local people and foster community spirit.
Out & About Activities: Marybank Primary Parent Council
Out & About Activities: Marybank Primary Parent Council

Community Funds

Out & About Activities: Marybank Primary Parent Council

There are two primary schools in Marybank and Strathconon but with the pandemic, they had limited opportunities to socialise with their peers and mix with children from other schools.
Bowled Over! Strathpeffer Indoor Bowling Club
Bowled Over! Strathpeffer Indoor Bowling Club

Community Funds

Bowled Over! Strathpeffer Indoor Bowling Club

Strathpeffer Indoor Bowling Club meets in the local Community Centre for weekly sessions over the winter months. It complements the activities of the outdoor bowling club which operates in the…
On the Right Path! Strathpeffer Residents Association
On the Right Path! Strathpeffer Residents Association

Community Funds

On the Right Path! Strathpeffer Residents Association

Strathpeffer Residents Association took ownership of the community park in 2018 following a successful asset transfer from Highland Council.
Serving the Community: Contin Community Trust
Serving the Community: Contin Community Trust

Community Funds

Serving the Community: Contin Community Trust

Contin Community Trust is the group responsible for the new build community hall in Contin, which is now fully up and running after the completion of the build.
A Blessed Relief! Contin Parish Church
A Blessed Relief! Contin Parish Church

Community Funds

A Blessed Relief! Contin Parish Church

Contin Island has been the site of a place of worship since probably the 7th century and the current church building dates from 1747.
Fund Innovation - Dorenell Panel Blazing a Trail
Fund Innovation - Dorenell Panel Blazing a Trail

Community Funds

Fund Innovation - Dorenell Panel Blazing a Trail

The Dorenell Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund continues to support a wide range of projects addressing the themes and priorities set out in the initial community development plan.
Cabrach Trust – Generating Positive Change
Cabrach Trust – Generating Positive Change

Community Funds

Cabrach Trust – Generating Positive Change

Over the course of the past year, several projects previously funded by the Dorenell Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund have come to fruition in the Cabrach.
Showcasing Local Heritage in Glenlivet and Inveravon
Showcasing Local Heritage in Glenlivet and Inveravon

Community Funds

Showcasing Local Heritage in Glenlivet and Inveravon

An Award from the Dorenell Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund is supporting the Glenlivet and Inveravon Heritage Ranger for a second year.
Game On! Supporting Dufftown Highland Games
Game On! Supporting Dufftown Highland Games

Community Funds

Game On! Supporting Dufftown Highland Games

Rising prices, particularly for capital projects has been a major issue for many groups in the past few years with Brexit, Ukraine and the lingering effects of Covid all having an impact.
The Village Kitchen Clackmannanshire
The Village Kitchen Clackmannanshire

Community Funds

The Village Kitchen Clackmannanshire

Formerly known as the Playpen Café, the Village Kitchen is a community interest company that supports the senior community (over 65s) across Clackmannanshire and the wider Forth Valley.