This innovative project is community-led, aimed at providing the Lybster and East Caithness communities with transferable glassmaking and business skills, for empowering individuals and the community as a whole through social, economic and environmental benefits through the use of recycled glass. Community DesignHouse will provide learners with a safe, social and creative environment where individuals can learn new skills, renew social networks and reconnect with their community.The project is supported by the Aspiring Communities Fund.
To find out more go to https://northlandscreative.co.uk/opportunities-jobs-scholarships/project-coordinator/
REAL LIVING WAGE INCREASES TO £9.30 IN SCOTLAND, The Living Wage Foundation announces new real Living Wage of £9.30 per hour, up from £9, an increase of 30p per hour. The rate is independently calculated to reflect the increased cost of living and is £1.09 per hour more than the minimum wage (for over 25s).
Turtleton Charitable Trust | Turcan Connell
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The Turtleton Charitable Trust was established under a Deed of Trust in 2007 with the particular aim of supporting heritage and the arts, principally in Scotland. The Trustees also consider a limited number of applications each year in aid of charities supporting the disadvantaged and the advancement of education.
Charitable purposes: The Turtleton Charitable Trust makes grants to charities which work in the following fields:
The advancement of the arts, culture and heritage – the Trustees particularly favour heritage and the visual arts, but other aspects of the arts and culture will be considered. The vast majority of grants are made in this field.
Support of the disadvantaged and the advancement of education – the Trustees consider only a small number of grants in this field in any one year.
Please note that the Trustees are unlikely to entertain applications which fall outside these two main areas.
The Trustees prefer causes in Scotland.
Size of award made:
The Trustees typically make awards of between £5,000 and £25,000 available. Larger grants or multi-year commitments are available only in limited circumstances at the Trustees' discretion.
Please note that The Turtleton Charitable Trust makes grants to charitable bodies only. Applications by individuals will not be considered.
How to apply
Applications should be made in writing on no more than 3 sides of A4 via the online application form. If your charity does not have access to email, a hard copy application may be sent to: The Turtleton Charitable Trust, Turcan Connell, Princes Exchange, 1 Earl Grey Street, Edinburgh EH3 9EE. Postal applications should be marked for the attention of Kenneth Pinkerton.
Youth Scotland Rural Action Fund Supported by The Robertson Trust and The Gannochy Trust, this fund aims to enhance and develop communitybased youth work in Scotland’s rural communities. Grants of £100 – £750 are available to enable youth groups operating in rural communities provide more and/or better youth work opportunities for young people. Deadline: 31st January 2020 https://www.youthscotland.org.uk/programmes/youth-scotland-rural-action-fund/
Magic Little Grants 2019 Small charities and community groups that are either in their first year of operation or have an annual income of under £250,000 are being offered the chance to apply for a grant of £500 to help them to deliver engaging physical involved in running new or existing activities that inspire people to participate in sports or exercise. The aim is to improve the physical health of the people who take part. Deadline: 30th November 2019 https://localgiving.org/magic-little-grants/