The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund provide both research and project funding in the area of learning disability and to aid the care and relief of those affected by learning disability.
The Friends Provident Foundation provides financial support to projects that promote a more resilient, sustainable and fairer economic system.
The MSE Charity has re-opened for applications on the 1st September 2015. Priority will be given to groups with an annual income of less than £500,000.
The £1.7m Town Centre Communities Capital Fund was launched on 25 August 2015.
New or existing community and voluntary groups in Scotland’s coalfield communities can apply for capital and revenue grants of £500 to £10,000 from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, for projects that provide significant benefit to eligible coalfields communities. The next deadline for applications is 11th November 2015.
The next closing date for applications to the Weir Charitable Trust is the 28th August 2015.
Inspired, the Volunteering Charity, has announced that its Cashpoint grants scheme is once again open for applications. Grants of up to £500 are available to give young people (aged 14-25) the opportunity to improve their local community.
Now is your last chance to register https://fundersfayre2015.eventbrite.co.uk to attend CVS Falkirk in partnership with Falkirk Council’s FREE Funders event Thgursday 5 March 2015. The event is designed to give third sector, charity and voluntary organisations the opportunity to meet with a range of diverse funders and to learn about the various grant funding schemes that are available.
Not-for-profit organisations in Scotland have until 1st February 2015 to apply for funding to support building or upgrading local sport and recreation facilities to encourage people in Scotland to be more active around the 2014 Commonwealth Games.