Awards for All offers community groups grants between Â£500-Â£10,000
This is opportunity for groups to apply for 12 months free broadband.
This Small Grants Programme accepts applications up to and including Â£20,000 from charities registered in Scotland
Developing and improving local communities (for example, projects which bring people back into the community who may have been excluded; Enhancing learning opportunities across all ages and sectors.
Children in Need’s focus is firmly on those children and young people who are experiencing disadvantage.
The performing arts fund will be supporting community music and music talent.
Investing in Communities Fund grants up one million are available
Big Lottery Fund - Communities and Families Fund is undersubscribed at the moment and BLF particularly welcome applications from smaller grassroots organisations.
Community and charitable organisations can apply for a laptop and a years worth of broadband connection. Closing date 13th January 2011
The scheme - an award scheme which offers community groups the chance to get online and help people discover the internet.
The Caithness and North Sutherland Fund was established by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd to distribute funding to community organisations for projects that will increase the attractiveness of Caithness and North Sutherland as a place to live, work and invest. There is a particular emphasis on achieving environmental, social, cultural and infrastructure improvements.
Local grassroots community sports clubs in the UK that require funding for equipment, facilities or coaching can apply for grants of between Â£250 and Â£1,000 through Cash-4-Clubs.
Scottish rugby is to recieve money to invest in rugby club facillities and activities over next three years
This fund has now open for applications.
CashBack for creativity is to provide access to quality experimental opportunities in dance, film, and music for young people ( 0-25 years) in communities where there is an identified need.
Change Plan Fund is open to groups that deliver services for older people.
If you are a charity and needing to buy new software equipment then Charity Technology Exchange (CTX) may be a way of purchasing equipment at minimum cost.
Community groups and self-help groups, branches of national charities can apply for projects that
address a community issue.
The Coastal Communities Fund is designed to support economic development of coastal communities by promoting sustainable economic growth and jobs. closing date 27th march 2012, there will other dates to follow.
The Coastal Communities Fund (CCF) is a UK-wide programme, delivered by BIG on behalf of the UK Government Treasury and Department for Local Government and Communities and the Devolved Administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Grants available fromÂ£300 - Â£2,000
Community food and health grant for healthy eating projects.
Big Lottery has reopened Community Spaces programme for community projects.
The Dance Fund is a strand of Creative Scotland’s Creative Identities programme which is being delivered in partnership with YouthLink Scotland,
The Early Years Early Action Fund will open in mid-May 2011 and full criteria and application forms
will be available then.
Disabled Peoples User Led Organisations (DPULOs) run by and for disabled people, often provide support and services alongside those provided by the public sector. Drawing on their own first hand experience of disability, they have clear ideas about what works and what doesn’t.
The fund is designed to support groups that are encouraging greater use of woods by people to derive health, wellbeing and community benefits.
The scheme - supports innovative projects designed to promote heart health and to prevent or reduce the risks of heart disease in specific groups or communities.
The criteria is the funds can be used to grant aid an external body.
Big LotteryGot a great idea for a project to inspire your community?
Want to involve local people working together to tackle a problem?
Know what you want to do but need some money to make it happen?
The Jubilee Peopleâ€™s Millions could be the answer!
The Big Lottery Fund and ITV, with the approval of Buckingham Palace, will be helping to mark the Queenâ€™s Diamond Jubilee in 2012. Weâ€™re looking for new projects that will improve local places and the lives of people in your community.
In June 2011 ITV regional news will feature two great project ideas in each region each night for three nights, competing for viewersâ€™ phone votes. At stake is up to Â£60,000 from the Big Lottery Fund.
To have a chance of winning youâ€™ll need to inspire local people to get involved with your project. Itâ€™ll also need to capture the publicâ€™s imagination and persuade them to vote for you.
We have Â£3.6 million to give out. We expect to make four awards in each ITV region.
Highland community groups are being invited to make a bid for a new tranche of £100,000 of funding to develop or enhance children’s play areas
Small grants programme for summer activities
The fund will provide funding for capital grant projects which create or improve places in local communities. Grants between £10,000 and £100,000 are available for a very wide range of community led projects. projects eligible for funding:
Main grants for grassroots groups
Scottish charities that help people get back to work could receive a cash boost, thanks to the Scottish Community Foundation and the May Gurney Foundation.
Grants are for one off activities for under 18years football clubs.
The trust provides grants up to Â£10,000
From March 13th groups across Scotland have the chance to win £50k to make a difference in their communities and turn dreams into reality as The People’s Millions launches for 2013.
Planning advice and support for rural community groups
The Peopleâ€™s Postcode Lottery Dream Fund exists to give organisations the chance to deliver a project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. In order to make the most of resources available, all applications must come from a collaboration of one or more organisations.
The realising ambition programme wants to replicate interventions which are proven to support children and young peopleaged 8 - 14 year olds.
The scheme - gives support to local communities served by Scotmid and Semichem stores.
The Land Fund will open for applications this summer
Capacity building fund just opened particularly for those providing play to 5-13 years olds.
Funding is available to organisations that are supporting children and young people of 18 years and under who are experiencing disadvantage. You can apply for grants up to £10,000
The grants programme offers Natural Project Grants for larger, long-term activities and Community Action Grants for local, smaller, short-term activities
This fund can help local community gardens develop new schemes within the garden.
Grants available to community groups who can demonstrate how funding will allow them to help more people participate in and enjoy swimming and to make swimming more accessible.
Funding for childrens welfare projects available next closing date is March 31st.
The Tesco Charity Community Awards for grants for children and their education and welfare will re-open for applications on 1 December 2011.
A large grant making charity, which make grants totalling approximately Â£25 million each year to up to 1,000 organisations and charities, for initiatives and projects that address social inequality and economic disadvantage.
The programme offers loans of up to £150,000 to cover 95% of agreed costs and provides free local advice and support as well.
The Weir Charitable Trust was set up in 2013 by Chris and Colin Weir following their £161m win on the EuroMillions’ draw in 2011.
The Scottish Community Foundation works with the Volant charitable Trust to make awards of up to Â£10,000 per annum
Small grants available to groups to promote and celebrate volunteering
In its 30th anniversary year, the Voluntary Action Fund (VAF) has announced the launch of its new Volunteering Development Grant.
groups can apply for Training, visiting other organisations and consultancy
Funding assists with the costs of Scottish Vocational Qualifications and Professional Development Awards and small and medium sized voluntary organisations are encouraged to apply.
Young Start is a grants programme run by the Big Lottery Fund to distribute money from dormant accounts.