Funding in East Renfrewshire

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The fund focuses on time-limited work on collections which has clear social benefit, outside the scope of an organisation’s core resources. Between 2017 and 2019, the Fund will award £3.5m to collections projects that demonstrate the inspiring and engaging potential of collections to deliver social impact for people and communities, innovating for the sector or at least for your organisation. They are looking for proposals to: work with an existing collection or collections to improve understanding of them and increase their use; and through that collections work, involve, inspire and have impact on people, communities and audiences. To be successful applications will need to: Engage local communities and/or those who aren’t typical museum attendees, and think about social impact and be developmental for the organisation or sector .
Funding is available to support any work created in Scotland which attracts interest from international promoters as a result of being showcased at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The fund is open to any individual or company based in Scotland which has presented a professional piece of theatre, dance or music at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It will support those additional costs associated with international touring - as opposed to the regular production costs.
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Sir Iain Stewart Foundation

Last reviewed 3 days ago
The fund has broad purposes, but favours children, older people and small, local projects.
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The W.G. Edwards Charitable Foundation

Last reviewed 4 days ago
The Trustees are interested in supporting a diverse range of charities which support older people, from large institutions to small community-run organisations. Grants are loosely divided into health and community categories. They give grants for refurbishment of residential care housing for the elderly and for building projects which are nearing completion. Trustees also consider the provision of equipment to enhance care and improve quality of life. It supports community initiatives such as exercise classes for the over-65s, lunch clubs, horticultural therapy and day trips. They also consider grants for technology projects aimed at benefitting the over-65s.
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Erasmus+ European Solidarity Corps

Last reviewed 4 days ago
There are three different opportunities, these involve volunteers either being hosted in their home nation or being sent abroad. Projects can last from weeks up to 2 years and there is a range of financial assistance towards costs involved in participation. Applicants must hold the appropriate Quality Label or ERASMUS + volunteering accreditation. Fund headings are: Volunteering Projects Traineeships and Jobs Solidarity Projects The application process for Solidarity Projects is explained in detail on the website,for this funding a group of a minimum five young people aged 18-30 from an EU Member State, or an organisation (public or private) can apply for funding. The individuals must be registered on the European Solidarity Corps portal to initiate and participate in a Solidarity Project.
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BCCF Environmental - Scottish Landfill Communities Fund

Last reviewed 4 days ago
Scottish Landfill Communities Funds are derived from tax credit on the amount of waste sent to landfill each year. The money claimed requires to be passed to an approved body to benefit community or environmental projects. BCCF Environmental is the approved body for Scottish Borders, registered to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) who regulates the fund on behalf of Revenue Scotland. The fund can offer grants for projects which: develop areas of land to assist economic, social or environmental use promote community based recycling, re-use or waste prevention; provide, maintain or improve public parks or other public amenity; conserve or promote biological diversity such as natural habitats, recovery of species, etc.; maintain, repair or restore buildings, sites or structures of archaeological interest; provide financial, administration or other similar services for projects which are enrolled with an approved body.

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