Below is our monthly funding round up of grant funding for the third sector in North Lanarkshire
Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland is holding Funding Surgeries in Glasgow:
Date: Tuesday 6th June, 2017, Venue: Reidvale Neighbourhood Centre, 13 Whitevale Street, Glasgow G31 1QW
Date: Tuesday 22nd August 2017, Venue; Robertson House, 152 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4TB
If you are unable to attend either of the dates above, Call/Skype surgeries may also be booked on 10th June, 5th July and 2nd August.
Individual 45 minute appointments are available, from 11am to 5.45pm. Information and advice will be given to charities that wish to make a funding application to the Henry Duncan Awards. Grants of up to £7000 are potentially available through this programme.
If you are:
- A registered charity in Scotland
- Have an income of less than £500,000
- Are delivering programmes or services which are clearly focused on improving the quality of life for members of the community facing disadvantage.
Please call to book a surgery appointment on 0131 444 4020
Scotch Whisky Action Fund
Next Application Deadline: 5.00pm on 30 June 2017
The Scotch Whisky industry is and has been involved for many years in a range of initiatives to promote responsible attitudes to alcohol and tackle alcohol-related harm. The establishment of this fund by the Scotch Whisky Association is a further development of that commitment.
Twenty two local initiatives fighting alcohol misuse in Scotland have been awarded funding from the Scotch Whisky Action Fund since the £500,000 fund was set up in December 2013. The aim of the fund is to invest in groups and organisations that wish to reduce the impact of alcohol-related harm in Scotland’s communities.
Groups and organisations can apply for grant funding of up to £25 000
National Churches Trust – Repair Grants
Next Application Deadline: 3rd July 2017
The Repair Grants programme offers grants of between £5,000 and £40,000 towards the cost of urgent and essential structural repair projects.
Are you eligible?
- Is yours a Christian place of worship in the UK, and open for regular public worship?
- Was your place of worship built as a place of worship originally, and are the works proposed due to take place within or attached to the place of worship?
- Is your total project cost estimated at over £100,000 (including VAT and fees)?
- Have you already raised 50% of the total project cost?
- Is the project being led by a qualified professional, with conservation accreditation if it is a listed building?
- Have you received an offer or refusal letter from the Heritage Lottery Fund (or equivalent major grant body) or Listed Places of Worship Roof Repair Fund
Bank of Scotland Foundation – Medium Grants
Next Application Deadline: 7th July 2017
Grants of between £10 001 and £25 000 are available to organisations with no requirement of match funding.
Funding is available for projects that address the following areas:
- Developing and improving local communities – The Foundation feels that it is important to help individuals and groups work together to ensure a better quality of life within their community. Practical ways of making this happen may include:
- Initiatives designed to encourage the involvement of those too often excluded.
- Working with people on low incomes, at risk from poverty or with problems finding accommodation.
- Improving the standard of local facilities.
- Financial literacy and financial inclusion – The Foundation believes that making informed judgements and taking effective decisions regarding money are important skills and it aims to help make these essential skills both easy and accessible for all.