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.
Grants are available for registered charities in Scotland that support people suffering from arthritis and cancer, help disabled people, including those affected by physical disability, visual impairment or illness, and those with mental health problems or learning disabilities, and assist with the education and training of disadvantaged people.
Grants are available for any not-for-profit organisation based in the UK to support new music projects led by promoters, large performance groups, talent development organisations, venues, festivals and curators in the UK.
The FCC Scottish Action Fund offers funding to projects through the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF). WREN will consider applications across all types of projects included in the SLCF Objects including: land reclamation, community recycling, public amenities and parks, biodiversity and historic buildings.
Loreburn Community Council are welcoming applications from groups or associations to support projects that show a clear benefit to the community of the Loreburn Community Council area.
Funding available to support Scottish public sector organisations to find and develop innovative solutions to operational service and policy delivery challenges.
The aims of the fund are to:
To celebrate the Foundation’s 60th anniversary this one-off capital fund of up to £150,000 has been launched. The Weston Anniversary Fund will award grants to provide new or improve existing community facilities. Unlike the Foundation’s other funds the Anniversary Fund will consider funding the entirety of a project. Capital projects will be bricks and mortar such as a new building or an extension or remodelling to an existing building that will create or improve a community facility. They will also consider landscaping or improvements to an open space if it will create a community resource. Additionally they will consider items that require a sizeable investment such as a new minibus and purchase of land.
Next deadline date for applications is 30 June 2018. https://anniversary.garfieldweston.org/weston-anniversary-fund/