The closing date for applications is Wednesday 28th August 2019.
Big Issue Invest Scotland have just launched Power Up Scotland with a call to action to apply by 30th August.
Inspiring Scotland, in partnership with Scottish Government, are delighted to announce the launch of a fund to help improve the understanding of autism in Scotland amongst non-autistic individuals.
The Prince’s Trust is calling for proposals to deliver a well-being service to support and complement personal and social development activities and employability programmes for young people in Glasgow.
Tender opportunity in relation to the Invitation to Tender for Catering – Meeting Room Hospitality by Scottish Enterprise.
As you may be aware, Funeral Support Payment is due to launch late Summer. Funeral Support Payment will provide a one off payment to help people on low income benefits with a contribution towards the cost of a funeral. It will replace the Department for Work and Pensions Funeral Expenses Payment in Scotland.
Power Up is a pioneering initiative, launched by the Good Things Foundation with the financial support of J.P. Morgan, to drive economic inclusion through digital in communities - helping organisations embed digital skills into support for employability, financial inclusion and small businesses. Organisations in Bournemouth, East London, Edinburgh and Glasgow are being encouraged to apply for the Power Up fund.
Eat Well Age Well is a nationwide project in Scotland which focuses on the prevention, detection and treatment of under-nourished older adults in the community. Our Small Ideas, Big Impact fund offers grants between £50 to £5000 for ideas which will help support older people with access to food and to eat well.
Tender for the exclusive supply of Concession Catering services for an initial period of 5 years at the newly redeveloped Burrell Collection comprising the Burrell Restaurant, Burrell Coffee Shop, Level 2 Coffee Bar, Seasonal Internal Mobile Coffee points.
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.