Funding in Perth & Kinross

The Rural Perth & Kinross LEADER programme, on behalf of Perth & Kinross Council has teamed up with SCVO's Funding Scotland to provide an advanced online funding search for your charity, community group or social enterprise. From small grants to funding for big capital projects, we can help you track down the funding you need to make a difference in your community.

Rural Perth & Kinross LEADER Programme 2014-2020: The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas

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Trusthouse Charitable Foundation - Major Grants

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
Preference for front line organisations working directly with families in need. Organisations should have a focus on Family Support, this may further include: - Early intervention - Families coping with addiction - Prisoners' families. Your organisation’s postcode, or the project area, must be ranked within the most deprived 15% of the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) for urban areas or within the most deprived 50% for rural areas.
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Sustrans Scotland - ArtRoots Fund

Last reviewed 18 hours ago
The ArtRoots fund is a community fund for artistic and aesthetic improvements to the National Cycle Network in Scotland. The fund enables and empowers communities to make improvements to the National Cycle Network for the benefit of place quality, enjoyment and active travel. It aims to support local enterprise and culture, whilst also showcasing talent, intergenerational co-operation, expression, and creating a platform for youngsters to be heard through their arts. The ArtRoots fund also encourages communities to participate in shaping their local environment and increase their levels of physical activity.
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Trusthouse Charitable Foundation - Small Grants

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
Trusthouse gives grants for running costs to charities and not-for-profit organisations under the overarching themes are Rural Issues and Urban Deprivation. Rural communities will have a population of under 10,000 and be based in a remote, rural, economically deprived area where there are few local facilities, transport may be an issue, incomes are low and there are limited opportunities for fundraising. Typical projects are village halls, projects for young and older people and community transport. Urban areas will have a population of more than 10,000. Projects must be based in areas of extreme urban deprivation and your postcode must be ranked within the most deprived 20% of the latest Index of Multiple Deprivation. Local issues are likely to include multigenerational unemployment, poor educational attainment, poor quality and overcrowded housing, tensions between different generations and/or ethnic communities, a culture of low aspirations and achievement. Within the overarching themes, they are interested in projects which fall roughly into two categories: Community Support; Arts, Education & Heritage.
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Cattanach Charitable Trust

Last reviewed 19 hours ago
The Trust funds projects which support children from pre-birth to three years old, who are affected by levels of relative deprivation. Projects should be working from a strengths based model; the existing and potential strengths of the child, the family and the community should be recognised and should form the basis of the work. Projects must actively involve the parent(s)/main carers of the children.
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Business Loans Scotland

Last reviewed 16 hours ago
Business Loans Scotland (BLS) is the Fund Manager for a £7 million loan fund, which seeks to invest in new and growing Scottish SMEs. It is fully financed by the Scottish Growth Scheme and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the European Structural Funds 2014 - 2020 Programme. BLS aims to ensure that good, commercially viable proposals do not fail from a lack of access to finance. Additionally, they want to support and encourage the creation, development and growth of Scottish businesses, helping them to trade regionally, nationally and internationally.
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Scops Arts Trust

Last reviewed 20 hours ago
The goal of Scops Arts Trust is to give people of all ages a better quality of life by enabling them to understand, participate in and simply enjoy the arts, particularly music, drama, opera and dance. Their current interests lie in supporting organisations run by committed and passionate individuals to deliver projects that: - Widen access to the performing arts and have a lasting cultural impact on the community - Enhance the provision and quality of music education in schools and / or engage children and young people in music outside of school

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