Funding in East Renfrewshire

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Miss Agnes H Hunter's Trust - Main Grant Programme

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Agnes Hunter Trust was established to support registered charities delivering health and social welfare projects in Scotland. Applications must fit within one of the two policy areas: charities that help disabled people such as those living with learning disabilities, mental ill health, specific types of cancer, cerebral palsy, autism, visual or physical impairments; charities that assist with the education and training of disadvantaged people aged 16 years or over who have left school. This includes those whose life experiences or environment have so far denied them opportunities to develop the skills to support themselves and contribute positively to society. Priorities for the Trust include services or projects that focus on: self-management and awareness; advice, support and information; life-skills training; employability, particularly in relation to IT, literacy and numeracy; helping people participate and contribute to their community.
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Climate Challenge Fund - Development Grants

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Development Grants are available in 2019/20 to help Scottish community-led organisations to scope out a potential climate action project. Projects can: enable community-led organisations to develop ideas for a climate change action project which would support low-carbon behaviour changes, increase climate literacy and reduce carbon emissions; assist in progressing to a full CCF Grant application or similar activities for another funder; organise a community consultation event and survey work; engage a consultant or advisor to support project development; cover expenses associated with visit(s) to other projects/organisations; develop a low-carbon project idea; host an event using the Scottish Government's Climate Conversation toolkit.
The Cycle Friendly Development Fund, financed by Transport Scotland, is awarded to organisations to develop projects that encourage staff and visitors to travel by bike. Funding can provide the installation of cycle parking, upgrading of minor workplace specific pedestrian / cyclist access routes, upgrading of facilities such as changing areas, showers, lockers and drying areas as well as bike pools, hire fleets or creating maintenance areas and tools.
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Quaker Housing Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
QHT give grants and interest-free loans as one-off funding for capital cost items of expenditure across a wide range of practical elements. These include: buying, building, converting, renovating or refurbishing property; expanding an existing housing project; making a housing project ‘greener’; smaller practical things which turn a house into a home. Through four specific grants they also fund work relating to good practice and development: the Health Check Service provides a professional consultant to help you in evaluation of the present and future ‘health’ and potential of your housing project; the Feasibility Study Grant helps towards the cost of getting professional to help you test the feasibility of specific proposals for providing affordable rented housing; the Environmental Assessment Grant helps towards the cost of getting professional help to identify and use environmentally-friendly options in your social housing project: the Dissemination of Good Practice helps towards the cost of making more widely available proven good practice which will help other organisations provide better social housing.
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National Memorial Heritage Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
NHMF can help buy anything which is of outstanding importance to the national heritage and either at risk or of memorial character. For example: works of fine and decorative art; museum collections; archives; manuscripts; items of transport and industrial history, historic buildings and land. In exceptional circumstances, NHMF can fund emergency repairs when a heritage asset (excluding historic buildings and structures) is at imminent risk of irreparable damage.
The aim of Greater Renfrewshire and Inverclyde LEADER is to improve the quality of life in the rural areas of East Renfrewshire, Renfrewshire and Inverclyde by supporting local people and local businesses to realise the social, economic and environmental potential of their communities. The three main themes are economy, environment and community.

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