The Culture and Business Fund Scotland (CBFS) is funded by the Scottish Government through Creative Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland and is managed by Arts & Business Scotland.
The South of Scotland Loan Scheme provides gap funding for SME business-growth projects that offer economic benefits for the South of Scotland.
The provision of this gap funding demands that applicants must demonstrate they have exhausted conventional sources of funding.
To coincide with the 2018 Year of Young People, the Stewartry Health & Wellbeing Partnership is delighted to announce the launch of its small grant funding programme which will be open for applications throughout the year.
Established or new groups based in the Stewartry [principally DG5, DG6 and DG7] can apply for up to £500 to support projects and activities aimed at children and young people aged 25 years and under which support at least one of the following.
Funding for UK SMEs to support the evaluation of innovative medical devices, diagnostics and regulated digital health products.
Grants for private sector companies, and third sector organisations working with businesses, undertaking projects in Scotland that enable employers to help drive down employment inequalities and reduce discrimination and barriers based on race, gender, age or health.
Applications are now open for our next round of Community Connect Funding until 5pm on Thursday 29th March. More information can be found below and on our website.
Grants are available to small UK registered charities working to support people with a learning disability to learn skills to help them live more independent lives after they leave formal education.
A limited number of grants are available for community projects in urban areas of Scotland which help people make better use of their local green spaces and play a more active role in how they are managed.
Kilgallioch Community Fund is funded by ScottishPower Renewables community benefit funds, from its Kilgallioch Windfarm in Dumfries & Galloway and South Ayrshire.
The fund supports projects located within or directly benefiting Wigtownshire, Dumfries & Galloway and south Carrick, South Ayrshire. Applications must benefit one or more of the communities, which are geographically defined by community council boundaries.
The aim of the fund is to support projects that provide housing services to people in need and supports the most vulnerable. Priority will be given to those projects which address one of the following key areas;
• Preventing people from being homeless e.g. improve physical, emotional or social conditions
• Helping people into a home e.g. helping people into supported accommodation or stabilising rental accommodation
• Supporting people to remain in their home e.g. offering adaptations to support older people or people with disabilities to live at home and continue to be active.