Funding in East Renfrewshire

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Birkdale Trust for Hearing Impaired Ltd

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
This funding provides support in a variety of ways and to organisations linked to deaf young people. The Trust gives grants to organisations and individuals to advance the education of children and young people with a hearing impairment. The young people will be up to an age in their mid-twenties resident in the UK. They can provide assistance with the purchase of specialist hearing equipment or other aids which will benefit an individual or organisation. They will also support the provision of funding for special courses or individual tuition or speech therapy, professional assessments and advice or support, appeals against, local authorities and the financial support of another charity for hearing impaired.
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Versus Arthritis - Let’s Move Together Fund

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
Versus Arthritis are distributing grants to support people with musculoskeletal conditions including arthritis to get active. Organisations should be working to increase the availability of exercise opportunities for people with musculoskeletal conditions in local communities, to reduce the negative impact of coronavirus and the widening of the inequalities in sport and physical activity. Applications are particularly welcome from groups who also support people from lower socio-economic groups, Black, Asian and/or Minority Ethnic communities and disabled people.
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The Scottish Hydro Electric Community Trust

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The Scottish Hydro Electric Community Trust is an independent charitable trust. The Trust offers help to customers faced with high charges for an electricity connection within the Scottish Hydro-Electric Distribution area. Although Scottish Hydro-Electric is not allowed to differentiate between customers or to cross-subsidise customer connection, the company is aware of the problems caused by high connection charges in rural communities. The Trust was established in 1998 with independent Trustees appointed to award grants to offset high connection costs in deserving individual domestic cases and for special community projects.
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Ecclesiastical Insurance Group - Movement for Good

Last reviewed a day ago
Movement for Good awards are available to charities that are changing people’s lives for the better. The grant must be used to cover a specific project and one or more of the following charitable objects: - the advancement of education and skills - the advancement of citizenship or community development - the advancement of arts, culture or heritage.
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National Churches Trust - Gateway Grants

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The Gateway Grants Programme offers grants to places of worship for costs towards developing a church building project such as feasibility studies, options appraisals, professional fees, surveys and other development costs up to RIBA Planning Stage 1. The aim is to help churches develop appropriate, high quality, well researched projects before approaching a major grant funder. They prioritise applications that can demonstrate strong community engagement and sound plans for economic viability.
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The Robertson Trust - Partners in Change

Last reviewed a day ago
Partners in Change has been established to support work which aims to change how services and supports addressing poverty and/or trauma are designed and delivered. The fund will support organisations to test new ways of working, replicate an intervention which has been trialled successfully elsewhere, or scale up a successful service/support. Organisations should be seeking to address one or more of the following issues: - Financial wellbeing: tackling the financial and material effects of poverty on people and communities - Emotional wellbeing and relationships: ensuring people have emotional wellbeing, and confidence and strength in their relationships with others - Educational and work pathways: equipping people for the future by supporting learning and skills Organisations should be working in a focussed way with at least one of the prioritised demographic groups. Details of these can be found in the fund guidance.

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