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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Cattanach - First 1,000 Days Small Grants

Last reviewed 39 minutes ago
Cattanach are working on behalf of another funder to provide small grants for work with infants/babies and their carers during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life. Funding will support: - Programmes working within communities or among families who experience significant disadvantage and whose services are accessed by those who need them most. - Organisations which acknowledge or address a holistic range of factors and circumstances which play a key role in the first 1,000 days. These factors might include (but are not limited to) attachment, nutrition and early learning opportunities, while circumstances might include (but are not limited to) poverty and parental mental health. - Organisations which build relationships with their users and are responsive to the needs of their users. This can include user involvement in the delivery and design of services.
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Museums Galleries Scotland - Covid-19 Adaptation Fund

Last reviewed 4 hours ago
This fund is designed to support museums with the costs of opening back up in a way that ensures the safety and confidence of staff, volunteers and visitors while restrictions are still in place due to COVID-19. The fund will support costs of essential adaptations, equipment and training.
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The Headley Trust

Last reviewed 3 hours ago
This fund will support proposals which match conditions under the following criteria: Arts and Heritage; Cathedrals and Major Churches; Parish Churches; Developing Countries; Education; Health and Social Welfare. Full details on the criteria for each heading can be found on the funder website. This funder is part of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts.
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Scotmid - Community Grant

Last reviewed 4 hours ago
Small, one-off grants are available for the benefit of local communities around Scotmid stores. Activities should focus on one of the following categories: - Children/Education (eg. schools groups) - Health (eg. promotion of healthy eating) - Fairtrade - Homelessness/Poverty - Arts & Culture (eg. community musical festivals) - Environment (eg. promoting a clean/healthy environment) - Elderly - Active Lifestyles (eg. encouraging exercise/fitness/sport)
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The Hugh Stenhouse Foundation

Last reviewed 3 hours ago
The Trust provides funds for charitable purposes. The Trustees look favourably on applicants based in the West of Scotland, although other areas are not excluded. They generally favour local causes in which local communities are active participants rather than national organisations. They prefer local initiatives where there help can make a real difference rather than when their support would only be a small proportion of the total funding. They give under the headings: relief of poverty; youth; medical and religion as well as sundry activities.
The fund helps museums, galleries, libraries and archives throughout Scotland to make acquisitions for their collections, provided they are open to the public and not run for profit. Grants may be made to assist the purchase of an object or group of objects that conforms to the applicant's collecting policy. Funding is provided annually by Scottish Government and administered by National Museums Scotland.

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