Sir George Earle Benevolent Fund Grant Programme
Managed by Foundation Scotland, the Sir George Earle Benevolent Fund Grant Programme is Scotland wide and is seeking applications from projects supporting older people facing loneliness and isolation.
Projects must meet one of the following themes:
- Improve older people’s access to social activity
- Reduce feelings of loneliness or isolation in older people
- Increase the availability of local projects or activity which supports older people
- Respond to local social or economic needs
Grants of up to £3,000 are available and the closing date is 2 August 2021.
Applications should be made online via the Foundation Scotland website.
Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities Fund
The Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities Fund has reopened for applications with refreshed criteria.
The Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities Fund is a £1 million Scottish Government fund administered by Corra Foundation. Over £600,000 has been distributed in phase one (February – May 2021). The next phase, commencing 1st July, will support groups to access the remaining funds.
The purpose of the Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities Fund is to provide small grants to community and voluntary groups across Scotland who are delivering activities that connect and support people within their local community.
The Fund aims to reach groups who:
- Have strong local relationships with people in the community.
- Are already supporting people in their communities to reconnect and improve wellbeing.
- Have an annual income of less than £50,000.
- Groups who are currently in receipt of Scottish Government funding eg. Community Recovery Fund or Adapt and Thrive are not eligible to apply.
To view a list of community and voluntary organisations in receipt of Enabling Neighbourhoods and Communities funding as of March 2021 click here.
To apply for funding click here.
Ecclesiastical Insurance Group - Movement for Good
Movement for Good awards are available to charities that are changing people’s lives for the better. Phase two will focus on the following themes:
- Education and skills: Enable learning and development, in particular among young people
- Rural or community development: Support and build our communities, in particular in rural areas
- Arts, culture or heritage: Help celebrate, preserve or protect our heritage and culture
- Climate change or environment: Contribute to our collective challenge to tackle impact on the climate and environment
- Human rights or equality: Further a more inclusive and equal world for everyone
In this phase of giving, they are actively championing innovation, giving charities the backing they need to propel their plans forward and turn creative ideas into practical solutions that benefit society.
Next deadline: 6th Aug 2021
Apply online via funder website here