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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Life Changes Trust Legacy Funding: Digital Skills

Last reviewed 17 hours ago
This Digital Skills funding call is about investment in a partner, or collaboration of partners, to develop and deliver a national legacy initiative, working alongside young people (locally and regionally as well as national) to support the development of digital skills and new digital content. The overall goal of this initiative is to ensure young people with care experience have the ability to exercise their rights, build relationships, and have influence – over their own lives as well as over changes they want to make in the wider world. The national initiative may be co-ordinated by one organisation or a collaboration who will take responsibility for the funding, employ a small staff team and ensure accountability to young people with care experience. Digital skills includes, but is not limited to: online safety; social media; digital design; animation; infographics; web and software design; app development; coding and data visualisation.
The purpose of the Strengthening Youth Music fund is to improve the youth music sector infrastructure and the services that organisers offer. It supports strategic action, research or training that will strengthen the youth music sector in Scotland for the benefit of children and young people. The purpose of this fund is not to support project delivery directly with children and young people.
Creates access to high quality music making opportunities for young people aged 0-25 years outwith school time. Young people must develop their music and music-making skills. Other outcomes include developing their skills for life, learning and work, having more opportunities to take part in music making and increasing their awareness of music and culture.
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The Finnis Scott Foundation

Last reviewed 20 hours ago
The Trustees can make grants for any charitable purpose, but their present policy is to focus grant-making in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as fine art and art history. The Foundation funds both capital and revenue projects. Preference is given to helping smaller charities, where a grant can have more significant impact.
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YMI - Training and Continuing Professional Development Fund

Last reviewed 18 hours ago
The fund supports individuals, organisations and networks who work outwith school settings to undertake training and continuing professional development that will strengthen youth music in Scotland for the benefit of young people. The intended outcomes of the fund are: - People delivering youth music develop their skills and confidence - The youth music sector develops, strengthens and becomes more sustainable - Supporting services to be high quality, continually improving, efficient, and to provide innovative responses to people’s needs In the current circumstances applications relating to online courses or tuition packages are welcome, both from (a) individuals proposing to take advantage of them; and (b) organisations proposing to design or deliver them.
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Bank of Scotland Foundation - Reach

Last reviewed 20 hours ago
The Reach programme is suitable for charities can demonstrate they address disadvantage or social exclusion and will reach the most vulnerable people across Scotland, to provide them with opportunity and equality and making positive, sustainable change. For disadvantage, examples include charities addressing primary disadvantage such as homelessness, abuse, mental health or poverty, or secondary disadvantage such as debt issues, learning disabilities, illiteracy, lack of employability skills or health issues. For social exclusion, examples include charities addressing exclusionary challenges for minorities, people with disabilities, LGBT people, drug users, institutional care leavers, the elderly or the young.

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