Registration is free and will allow you to set up your own profile, enabling you to save searches. £1,000 – £4,000, Greenspace Scotland’s Bags of Help funds projects that provide access to new experiences and skills, often for vulnerable young people who would not otherwise be able to take part in these activities. Applications for the provision, maintenance or improvement of the following types of public amenities will be accepted: village halls and community centres; public play areas; publicly available multi use games areas, skate parks and BMX tracks; sport and recreation grounds including pavillions and clubhouses with full public access; churches (community spaces only); nature reserves; public gardens, parks, country parks and woodlands with at least dawn to dusk access; museums. Does the project try anything innovative? VARIOUS GRANT SCHEMES EACH WITH THEIR OWN CRITERIA, FOCUS AND DEADLINES. SCOTLAND (AHDS UNION MEMBERS ONLY). Applications are open to those of any age and ability, who must have a Scottish interest/ link, charitable aims (educational/scientific/community development), and can show self-motivation, determination and commitment to achieve. The Trust aims to encourage interest in field studies by providing modest financial support for expeditions and fieldwork which include the ‘study of the whole life of an area with major emphasis on the human community’. £500 – £5,000. Applications can be made all year round. The programme encourages young people to make use of Community Placemaking (bringing people together to find ways of making public spaces useful and improve their quality, appearance and function) and the Place Standard Tool (a simple framework to structure conversations about place, allowing you to think about the physical elements of a place as well as the social aspects). NE SCOTLAND, HIGHLANDS & ISLANDS The Instrument and Equipment Awards provide funding of up to £1,500 towards the purchase of musical instruments and/or equipment for individuals who are in full time education and Schools who require the equipment to improve music education, as well as courses and training opportunities for music teachers who work within schools. The Society’s key aims are to enhance the teaching and learning of geography in schools. £300 – £10,000. The Grant committee will favour independent self-led experiences over commercial expeditions, or pre-paid/charity/fundraising tours, and give priority to individuals whose financial need is greatest. £500 – £2,500. (WCAX) By Associated Press. The Baillie Gifford community Awards Programme (previously Foundation Scotland Express Grants) aims to support grass roots community organisations across the whole of Scotland. UK & ABERDEENSHIRE Therefore, the Charitable Fund is particularly interested to receive small grant applications in support of grassroot community-based projects in the UK. Although the Trust operates primarily within Edinburgh and the Lothians, funds can be allocated Scotland wide depending on each individual case. UP TO 10 WINNER AWARDS OF £30,000 Funds are available for projects of up to 12 months in length  that positively impact on their local community. ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, WALES NORTHERN IRELAND WALES: £500 – £10,000 Outdoor Learning Spaces, with ideas and inspiration for creating and using them to enhance your school or back yard. UP TO £1,500.00. UP TO £1,000. PATHS FOR ALL – COMMUNITY PATHS YOUR CHOICE GRANTS THE HEDLEY FOUNDATION Large grant applications are open twice yearly from 1st March – 31st July and 1st September – 31st January. UK All packs come with bamboo canes and 60cm spiral tree protection which protects the young trees. SEA CHANGERS Each grant has it’s own set of guidelines and yearly application timelines. Applications can be made all year round. The Secondary Education Programme supports schools and colleges that have reached a level of excellence, which is determined by a combination of criteria, but mainly through the receipt of an outstanding Ofsted assessment (or regional equivalent). The Lord’s Taverners are working in partnership with Experia-innovations to provide a unique sensory experience for children with disabilities by providing special needs schools with a range of sensory equipment that can help develop key life skills including vocalisation, gross motor skills, colour recognition and tracking. OLW aims to increase the understanding, appreciation and sustainable management of natural resources in relation to Wales. The Mary Salmond Trust aims to provide financial assistance in the local government areas of Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen and Moray for: the advancement of community development, in particular rural or urban regeneration; organisations and young people by supporting, promoting and developing children and young people’s health, welfare, training, education, civic responsibility and volunteering for the public benefit; any other purpose that may reasonably be regarded as analogous to either of the preceding purposes. Please note the activities of your enterprise must not involve political campaigning of the advancement of religion. COMMUNITY RE-USE – B&Q Kellogg’s has teamed up with Forever Manchester to award grants of £1,000 to school Breakfast Clubs, to help them provide breakfast to those children who need it most. Preference will be given to small, locally based and community led organisations with a turnover not in excess of £300,000 per annum. £2,000 – £100,000. AN OVERALL WINNER AWARD OF £40,000. The DOE is thrilled to announced the Outdoor Learning Initiative for the 2020–21 school year. UK  UK – PREFERENCE TO SCOTLAND The scheme has three funding themes: Community buildings (to improve community buildings such as village halls, community centres and church halls to act as mechanisms for community involvement); Rebuilding biodiversity (supporting a variety of living things, including all species of plants and animals and the natural systems/ habitats that support them); Recreation (play equipment; landscaping including boardwalks, trees and shrubs; skateparks; woodland walks; nature trails; outdoor gym and building work within wider community areas of sporting clubhouses e.g. Projects could include: nature (connecting people to nature and the natural world); natural & designed landscapes (areas of ground which could be urban or rural in nature, and might include parks, or industrial sites that have been left); oral histories (such as voice recordings of people’s stories of times gone by); cultural traditions (history of different cultures through storytelling, dance and theatre, food or clothing); community archaeology (digs for people to participate in); historic buildings, monuments & environments (houses to mills, caves to gardens, areas connected to history); collections (objects, books or documents in museums, libraries or archives); historic events; languages; industrial, maritime & transport (places and objects linked to history). ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, WALES, NORTHERN IRELAND. MAJOR (PERTH & KINROSS): OVER £30,000. WALES NC State’s Natural Learning Initiative is making it possible for children to spend more time with nature, even if it’s just a few feet from the classroom.. Awards are made once per year. SMALL GRANTS – UP TO £2,000 Do the partners bring complementary strengths, experience and perspectives? The Classical Association is a major giver of grants to classical projects, mainly but not exclusively in the UK. Our outdoor learning grants for schools is currently through Local Schools Nature Grants. The Fund aims to improve the quality of life of local individuals, particularly those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged, and to enhance community engagement and cohesion by empowering people to develop locally-determined solutions to challenges and opportunities. Successful projects should: deliver a better understanding of the latest developments in STEM; improve perceptions of those working in STEM professions; and give students pride and ownership in STEM from participation in the investigative process. SCOTLAND The fund has one deadline each year. £3,000 – OVER £5 MILLION. Up to £600. Projects can include the purchase of equipment, sessional salary costs, purchase of trees/plants, small capital projects and learning activities. SCOTLAND encouraging exercise/ fitness/ sport), Partnerships led by not-for-profit organisations, Community based, locally led organisations, Voluntary sports clubs (including Community Sports Hubs), Charitable trusts, Playing Field Associations, youth and uniformed organisations, Local authorities and social housing providers, Not-for-profit organisations (which provided a service for the good of the public), Community groups (both formal and ad hoc), Charitable organisations (including CIC’s social enterprises, not-for-profit registered companies and voluntary organisations), Charities, community groups and organisations with a constitution and set up on a not for profit basis, Not-for-profit organisations with charitable purposes, Schools/ colleges that have reached a level of excellence, Schools/ nurseries/ colleges/ universities/ outdoor learning centres, Educational institutions (Schools, Universities etc), Youth/ constituted groups that work with young people, Projects led by not-for-profit groups working for the benefit of local people. SolarforSchools is a social impact initiative that is co-operating with Engynious, and others, to help more schools in the UK gain access to solar power. UK  The fund is keen that awards are used in a way that makes a real impact on the work that the applicants are doing. CoOL celebrates excellence and promotes powerful practices through its awards and mini-grants. The Armed Forces Covenant sets out the relationship between the nation, the government and the armed forces and recognises that the whole nation has a moral obligation to current and former members of the armed forces and their families. Will it generate media interest, profile and new supporters? Grants of between £2,000 – £10,000 are available to registered charities and constituted voluntary and community groups across Scotland. Please note it does not include funding opportunities for individuals or businesses. Grants are divided up into the following four categories: education; community; health; social welfare. LARGE GRANTS: £100,001 to £500,000. Projects which will attract OLW funding include: training for educators; educational sessions and visits with “hands on” learning opportunities for all age groups; practical community projects; and case studies about sustainable natural resource management or use. The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) aims to make a significant impact through its grant making programme to people and their communities. Check in daily to get them. UK  £500 – £20,000 – ENGLAND & SCOTLAND Applicants linked to universities should ideally be supported by a member of the Society and ordinarily the Scheme will not fund University outreach activity. We hope you will find it of value. B & Q COMMUNITY RE-USE Awards are open to individuals and organisations to organise ecological public engagement events which must be aimed at a non-academic audience, provide a clear demonstration of direct interaction with them, and show evidence of links to the research community at UK, regional and international levels, where appropriate. Projects will be judged by a panel on criteria such as: clear objectives, evidence of means of publicity to reach the target audience, plans and resources, realistic costing and size of the audience. ENGLAND Grants are more likely to be awarded to organisations with a Greggs shop in their area, and priority will be given to projects which include one or more of the following: Improves the local environment; Ensures involvement of local communities; Delivers a sustainable and measurable difference; or Supports people in need. SCOTLAND SMALL – £1,000 – £5,000 Please note transport costs and any other costs, including activity costs, are the responsibility of the successful group, who are also required to pay a contribution of £100 and submit an evaluation of their trip. Grants are available for organisations who want to build their capacity or achieve significant strategic change (achieved through acquiring new skills or knowledge, or new models of governance, leadership, business and income) in order to improve management of heritage for the long term. UK There is also further criteria to be met specifically for Schools Engagement and Public Engagement activities. Particular consideration will be given to projects which the trustees consider will help enhance the self-confidence, team working skills and future employability of children and young people. FSC Kids Fund will pay for up to 80% of the course fee for groups of disadvantaged young people to attend a non-curriculum day or residential course at an FSC Learning Location. Grants are available for 2/3 of the complete funding needed to provide holidays or day trips for children under the age of 13 in the UK who are from high areas of deprivation, are experiencing disadvantages, or have a disability. GREENSPACE SCOTLAND – BAGS OF HELP FOR YOUNG PEOPLE Maths Grants of up to £1,000 are open to all age groups in the UK to support projects which help and inspire pupils to engage with mathematics, such as trips, workshops, and the purchase of equipment. IDEAS FUND – UP TO £3,000. UP TO £10,000. Items available for donation will vary from store to store and there is no guarantee that items will be available for donation when an enquiry is made. Applications are open all year round. UP TO £3,000. LtL Professional Accreditation and Network – outdoor learning and school grounds design, Outdoor Learning – Nature and Biodiversity, Outdoor Learning in International Schools, Help end clothing poverty for UK schoolchildren, Natural Nations: Having a field day in the Swedish press. Greenworks Grants - Project Learning Tree offers annual GreenWorks! SCOTLAND – KINCARDINESHIRE POSTCODE DREAM TRUST – THE DREAM FUND The Trust’s grant-making focuses on the following areas: children and young people who are isolated, at risk of exclusion or involved in antisocial behaviour; prisoners and ex-offenders (projects that help the rehabilitation and resettlement of prisoners and/ or ex-offenders are supported as well as requests to help prisoners’ families); disadvantaged women, covering refuges, domestic violence and parenting; disability projects, which can include rehabilitation and training for people who are either physically disabled or learning disabled; Arts outreach work by local groups involving disadvantaged people; and projects that promote integration and community cohesion amongst minority groups, including refugees and travellers. SCOTLAND The Greggs Foundation supports breakfast clubs in primary schools through an initial start-up grant for equipment such as chest freezers to store food items, or toys and activities for the club, as well as a payment each term towards other food items, and donating bread from their nearest shop. This includes all equipment, tuition and waterproof hire costs. Please check the website for application deadlines. Applications must have a direct link to one or more of the following key priorities: Curriculum, Learner Journey and Developing the Young Workforce; Health and Wellbeing; Information, Digital Literacy and Digital Creativity; Family Learning, Literacy and Numeracy; Standards and Leadership. All applications must be made on-line. They are mainly interested in applications that involve children during their early years, but appropriate projects for older children (up to 18 years) will also be considered. £10,000 – £100,000. The aims of the grant programme are to: Explore opportunities to encourage low-carbon behaviour changes within the community; Initiate an awareness of climate change within the community and collecting views/opinions. FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF UP TO 40%. Local grants are available for projects which respond to the local needs of the armed forces community and improve recognition of the Armed Forces Covenant, that help integrate armed forces and civilian communities across the UK, and/ or deliver valuable local services to the armed forces community. THE LOCAL SCHOOLS NATURE GRANT SCHEME – LtL Their aims are to: create infrastructure that encourages people to cycle, walk or use another active travel mode as their preferred mode of travel for everyday journeys; meet the needs of communities – provide communities with the opportunity to shape their local environment and link the places people live in with the places they want to get to; encourage innovation – support partner organisations in raising the standard of infrastructure for walking and cycling in Scotland; encourage place making which facilitates greater use of public space and higher levels of active travel; and to create an enabling environment for active travel. There is approximately £200,000 available to distribute each quarter. Trips must be taken within the UK, but outside the children’s immediate location. The Trust currently makes grants towards two areas: Performing Arts (priorities for music, theatre and dance are: excellence in professional performance; new work; development of young, professional artists aged 18 or over); Conservation (supporting projects to conserve historic objects, collections and features of buildings and landscapes which date from the Georgian period or earlier, i.e. Events are held across Kincardine and Mearns where local community groups are invited to come along to give a 5 minute talk about their goals, what they are trying to achieve and why they need funding to further their idea or project. This fund is a programme of funding for not‐for‐profit organisations to apply for grants under the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF) for projects with a maximum total project cost of £500,000 including VAT (if relevant). Sponsored by the home-improvement chain, Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation distributed more than $20 million in grants to almost 5,000 schools between 2005 and 2011. Grant applications for the following purposes, will be considered: contributions to capital projects (e.g. £3,000 – £10,000. This will be a city initiative that does the following: Encourages schools to hold physical education (PE), dance, theater, chorus and band classes outside if possible. MEDIUM GRANTS: £10,000 – £50,000 As this will hopefully be a temporary issue, please note, we have not edited any grant details such as deadlines etc**, ENGLAND AND WALES (UNLESS ORGANISATION HAS “ACCEPTED” OR “EXEMPT” STATUS), BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY (BFSS), Organisations with an annual income of less than £500,000, ABERDEENSHIRE COUNCIL AREAS OF HUNTLY, STRATHBOGIE & TAP O NOTH, SCOTLAND (PREFERENCE FOR PERTH & KINROSS), SCOTLAND (PRIMARILY WITHIN EDINBURGH AND THE LOTHIANS), Children and young people under 21 years old with either a physical or learning disability or who are in a situation of deprivation, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, WALES NORTHERN IRELAND, THE LOCAL SCHOOLS NATURE GRANT SCHEME – LtL, LOCH LOMOND & THE TROSSACHS NATIONAL PARK – EDUCATION TRAVEL GRANT, LONDON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY – SMALL GRANTS FOR EDUCATION, PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION – TEACHER DEVELOPMENT FUND, PEOPLE AND PLACES – NATIONAL LOTTERY FUND, Social enterprises/ community interest company, Not-for-profit companies limited by guarantee. HOSTELLING SCOTLAND EXPLORER FUND JOHN WATSON’S TRUST ACTION EARTH – VOLUNTERING MATTERS GRANT UP TO £400. Please note no electrical or dangerous items will be available and donations can not be made to individuals. ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY – OUTREACH FUND Groups of students aged between 5 – 18 years old. UP TO £10,000. MICRO GRANTS – UP TO £500 LEVEL 1: 40% OF COURSE FEES UP TO £75 SHARING HERITAGE – HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND MAIN: UP TO £30,000 FOUNDATION SCOTLAND – CLASHINDARROCH COMMUNITY FUND Grants could be used for the following as an example: special or additional tuition; school trips within the UK (must be applied for by the school and not individuals); bus passes; school expenses such as books and equipment; laptops where there is a special education need. FACEBOOK GRANTS – £5,000 This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. 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