Tannach and District Wind Farm Charitable Trust


The Tannach and District Charitiable Wind Farm Trust, formed in partnership between Tannach and District Community Council and Foundation Scotland, has been set up to allow funds from different companies or donors, pledged for the benefit of the Tannach and District community, to be managed in an efficient and effective way. The current Donors are:

  • Gresham House Asset Management, owner of the Wathegar Wind Farm, current Fund balance £36,400.
  • Gresham House Asset Management, owner of Wathegar 2 Wind Farm, current Fund balance £60,700.
  • Other Donors may contribute in the future.


The Trust is managed by Foundation Scotland but decisions on awards are made by a local Panel of up to 12 Tannach and District residents, including two Community Councillors, with local knowledge and interests. Panel Members serve for between two and four years.

The E.ON Camster Community Fund also covers this community council area and is administered by Foundation Scotland.  

For information on all the funds in the area click here

Information on awards made from the previous Tannach & District Community Fund can be found in the Year 1 and Year 2 annual reports under Fund News


Panel Vacancies 

The Trust is currently recruiting up to 5 residents aged 16 or over to serve on the Tannach & District Community Trust Panel or a period of 2 – 4 years initially. Applications can be completed online at


Online access is not essential to the role, forms can be posted to any interested party.


The fund operates two funding rounds and two deadlines per year:



30 June


31 December


How to Apply

Please read the  fund factsheet  prior to completing the online application form or download the application form

 If you have any questions please contact Eilidh Gunn on 07801 530 218 or eilidh@foundationscotland.org.uk

If you require any assistance to complete an application form please contact Caithness Voluntary Group on 01955 603 453 or visit www.cvg.org.uk.

Applicants often ask Foundation Scotland’s advice about information required for accounts and financial information. View further guidance and useful information.




Latest Grants

Thrumster SWI

  • To run a floral art class for members.
  • Amount awarded: £1,020

Hearing and Sight Care

  • To contribute to the group's general running costs in order to maintain services including home visits and outreach clinics.
  • Amount awarded: £1,500

Science 03

  • To contribute to the cost of the 2020 festival.
  • Amount awarded: £2,000

North Apex Gymnastic Club

  • To contribute to the cost of team tracksuits.
  • Amount awarded: £750


All Grants

Click here to see a list of all our grants

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