Are you a constituted community group or small registered charity? Are you looking for funding of £500-£2,000 to support your work? If so, The Robertson Trust have some very exciting news!
On Thursday, 27th June, they’re launching a new pilot, Wee Grants for Wee Groups, which will be open to organisations with an annual income of up to £100,000. For the first time, this will also include constituted groups with charitable aims, as well as registered charities.
They expect the pilot to last for six months, during which time eligible organisations can apply for up to £2,000 and projects/services can be fully funded, providing the work is a good fit with their funding strands!
Glasgow City Council requires a framework of consultants to deliver consultancy services in the area of Business Growth to SMEs across the city, to help deliver a sustainable growth agenda and improve the business start-up and survival rates in the city.These services will be delivered under an unranked, multi-Lot framework, through a mix of 1-2-1 and group consultancy sessions on 10 topics detailed in this document.
Thanks to a generous donation from a supporter who wishes to remain anonymous, inspiring Scotland have established a new Fund to offer seed-corn investment to develop innovative approaches for the creation of a new generation of outdoor early learning and childcare (ELC) settings.
Funding will be available for 12 to 18 months to support the establishment of new outdoor ELC settings.
This Fund is intended to target areas of very high deprivation where there is a clear need for ELC provision.
Please note that only existing charities that are currently social enterprises or who plan to become social enterprises in the course of the funding year are eligible to apply.
The closing date for applications is midnight on Friday 12 July 2019.
Scottish Government are delighted to announce that the new Scottish Government Families and Communities Fund will open for applications on Thursday the 6th of June at 9.30am and invite organisations to sign up for a place at an information session (dates below, sign up today!).
The fund will run from April 2020 to March 2023, with up to £16m being available per annum. The funding is targeted at registered Scottish charities (that are also a company limited by guarantee or a SCIO) which deliver work of national significance.
Southside Housing Association (SHA) have been successful with funding to support the provision of a summer holiday food and activity programme. This programme aims to help tackle ‘holiday hunger’ often experienced by children during school holiday periods when breakfast clubs and free school meals and not available.
Closing date 10th June.