Funding Scotland is run by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), the national membership organisation for the voluntary sector.
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Bank of Scotland Foundation receives an annual donation from Lloyds Banking Group as part of the Group's commitment to Helping Scotland Prosper. They donate these funds to charities across Scotland through Grants Programmes and a Matched Giving Programme for Lloyds Banking Group…
The BWCF is a small grant-making body that helps the smaller non-religious charities to serve severely disadvantaged children anywhere in the world where our grants are likely to make a real difference.
The Barcapel Foundation has been supporting charitable works and endeavours in Scotland and beyond for over 40 years. The three priority areas of interest for funding are health, heritage and youth. Trustees are particularly keen to hear from charities who require finance to get…
To provide or promote or otherwise to benefit maritime education in Leith or elsewhere in Scotland. The trust funds organisations engaged in maritime pursuits, with an emphasis on training and education, and gives approximately £20,000 per year.
The trust particularly favours national organisations working in the fields of medical research, the miltary, animal welfare and environmental work. The total distribution of funds each year is around £9,500. Average grant is about £400.