Carrick Futures

Background

Carrick Futures is supported by ScottishPower Renewables community benefit funds for Arecleoch and Mark Hill Windfarms in South Ayrshire.

The fund primarily support projects located within or directly benefiting one or more of the six community council areas of Ballantrae, Colmonell & Lendalfoot, Barr, Barrhill, Pinmore & Pinwherry and Girvan & District. Some funds are also available for projects located within or directly benefiting the wider Carrick area. Priority will be given to applications which also benefit one or more of the main beneficiary communities listed above.

Carrick Futures supports a range of community activity in accordance with its own purposes as laid down in its Articles and Memorandum of Association. It is expected that ScottishPower Renewables will continue to make this annual donation for the operating life time of each wind farm.

The membership of Carrick Futures is up to 60 individuals, with up to 10 nominated by each of the six primary Community Council areas. Those members then elect up to 12 Directors, two from each of the six community council areas.

More information on the fund, including how to apply, donwloadable application forms, guidance and fund deadlines can be found on the Carrick Futures website.

 

Aim

 Please refer to the Carrick Futures website for information on the aims of this fund

Exclusions

 Please refer to the Carrick Futures website for more information on exclusions.

How to Apply

Carrick Futures is now open for grant making.

Visit www.carrickfutures.org.uk for more information and to apply now.

Grants

Latest Grants

Barrhill Memorial Hall Community Association

  • To contract a development officer and caretaker for Barrhill Memorial Hall for one year.
  • Amount awarded £28,160

Colmonell Community Association

  • To purchase a marquee for use at community events.
  • Amount awarded £1,000

Colmonell Community Association

  • To contribute to the purchase and installation of a climbing frame and slide for Colmonell Playpark.
  • Amount awarded £7,450

The Stinchar Valley Magazine

  • To publish 8 editions (4 per annum) of The Stinchar Valley Magazine over two years and cover the costs of distribution and a self-employed part-time administrator.
  • Amount awarded £8,151

Glendoune Community Association

  • To develop a community-led Healthy and Active Initiative; a structured programme of sporting and confidence-building activities.
  • Amount awarded £7,776

Brunston Castle Golf Club

  • To fund staff and committee training courses for professional development.
  • Amount awarded £2,616

All Grants

Click here to see a list of all our grants

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