Funding in South Lanarkshire

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South Lanarkshire Council Charitable Trusts

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South Lanarkshire Charitable Trust comprises 50 charitable trusts funds/bequests established under previous local authorities. Each trust fund/bequest is restricted for the purpose it was set up. The most significant fund is the Loudon Bequest Trust Fund which is used to help finance holidays for elderly people within 12 Local Authority areas in the West of Scotland. Other Trust Funds are those held by the previous District Councils and provide financial assistance to organisations and individuals who meet the terms set by the specific funds. Within the Clydesdale area, grants are made to the elderly, the poor and the needy. Specific grants are also made for optical and dental treatment. Within the Rutherglen area, grants are used to cater for a free annual lunch for the elderly to foster spirit within the community. Cash gifts are also presented. Within the East Kilbride area, the grants are made to local churches for use in their charitable work to benefit the poor and needy. Within the Hamilton Area, individual grants are given to the poor and needy, the elderly, specified schools and youth groups.
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The William Syson Foundation

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The organisation's objectives are: A) the advancement of the arts, heritage and culture, including (but not restricted to) promoting, developing and ensuring the practice and enjoyment of the arts, including music, the visual arts, theatre and literature as the directors in their absolute and uncontrolled discretion think fit; and B) without prejudice to the forgoing generality, the charity will have a particular (but not exclusive) focus on Scottish organisations and individuals resident in Scotland.
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Grant Charitable Trust

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The Trust provides grants to Associations and Charities involved in work for the relief of poverty or suffering of any kind, for the preservation of wildlife and improvement of the environment. The Trust favours applications from the Dundee area.
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Comic Relief - Change Makers

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Change Makers supports organisations that will make a significant contribution to their sector – for example, forging new ways of working in the wake of COVID-19, contributing evidence that will move things forward, cross-sector collaboration which recognises the way issues intersect, or advocacy and campaigning work. The themes are homelessness, forced migration, gender justice, mental health, and early childhood development.
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Frugi's Happy Childhood Fund

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The fund supports small grass roots charities in UK communities that are supporting kids living in poverty. It focuses on three pillars: Hunger, Shelter and Nature.
The fund aims to enable organisations to explore ways of working that will help them to adapt and respond to the current changing circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic. The fund will prioritise ideas and activities that help organisations sustain their creative practice and / or programmes of work.

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