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!
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.
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.
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!).
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.
Eat well Age Well would like to invite you to submit and expression of interest in undertaking an evaluation of the Eat Well Age Well initiative.
Glasgow City Council (GCC) is seeking to establish an Alliance with provider organisations to end homelessness in Glasgow.
The next deadline for Build It awards to be submitted has been set for Thursday 11 July 2019. Fully completed applications must be submitted no later than 12 noon.
The Scottish Social Growth Fund; a £17m fund, has been announced.
The café space on offer within Parkhead Schoolhouse is a key part of the community creative space in Parkhead Cross, an area of regeneration.
Choosing to walk or cycle can have a big impact on physical health, mental wellbeing, connecting people with their communities and encouraging healthier lifestyles. These benefits can be felt especially by people living in areas of high deprivation, overcoming transport poverty, isolation and health inequalities.
The Glasgow City Centre Team are really keen to activate the lanes in the City Centre. To help grants of up to £5,000 are available to people/groups that want to create and hold events in city centre lanes.
The Scottish Growth Scheme is a £500 million package of financial support for Scottish businesses. It's backed by the Scottish Government and aims to help businesses grow.
The Volant Trust’s aim is to support women, children and young people who are at risk and facing social deprivation.
Zero Waste Scotland is investing £18 million as grant funding to small and medium sized enterprises who are helping to create a more circular economy.
The fund has £200,000 to invest in the local community and are looking for local people, community groups and voluntary sector organisations who can provide activities, idea and services to improve employability in the Canal area.
Now in its seventh Round, the Charter Fund exists to help organisations tackle poverty, social isolation and other forms of inequality in society through embedding the development of essential digital skills their day-to-day activity with their service users.
The National Lottery's Young Start programme offers funding from £10,000 to £100,000 to help children and young people across Scotland become more confident, so they can realise their own potential.
If you’re planning an activity or event for National Vegetarian Week 2019, The Vegetarian Society may be able to help fund it.
P4P was set up to support social enterprises and third sector organisations to better access public procurement and other contracting opportunities through partnerships and consortia. As part of its work, P4P has produced this Procurement Briefing Note as a guide for organisation interested in securing public contracts through collaboration.