Funding in South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire 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.

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Gambling Education & Prevention Small Action Fund

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
Groups of young people aged 12 – 25 in youth groups across Scotland have can apply for up to £500 to turn their ideas into action and create their own gambling education project. Project examples include: social media campaigns, digital board games, and awareness raising videos or podcasts.
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MEB Charitable trust

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The MEB Charitable Trust supports a wide range of charitable activities. The Trust seeks to support Christian organisations; aid in the relief of suffering occasioned by war or natural disaster; and bodies undertaking scientific or medical research. Their accounts show they gave under the headings of age, animals and birds, blind, deaf, children, medical research, welfare, cultural and social, armed services , youth organisations, religion and special appeals.
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sportscotland - Cycling Facilities Fund

Last reviewed 11 hours ago
The £8 million national Cycling Facilities Fund will capitalise on the upsurge of interest in cycling by developing a network of accessible, inclusive and inspiring facilities that encourage people of all ages to ride bikes. There are three clear objectives for this fund: Inspire the nation to cycle, Grow and develop club and community cycling and Grow and develop local and regional event opportunities.
The Coalfields Community Investment Programme is a small fund created to support activities that tackle some of the key challenges that still remain in coalfield communities. The programme will support projects in eligible coalfield areas that meet one or more of the following themes: job creation and employment support; skills and training, health and wellbeing; community action.
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The John Kemp Charitable Trust

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The Trust supports a wide array of charitable initiatives. However, they tend to focus their support on the advancement of health with a focus on cancer charities; the advancement of animal welfare; the relief of suffering related to age/ill-health/disability.
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Stanley Morrison Trust

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The trustees consider the main categories to be supported are: sporting activities in Scotland, with a particular emphasis on the encouragement of youth involvement; charities which have their principal base of operation and benefit the West Coast of Scotland, and in particular, the Glasgow and Ayrshire area; charities whose funds arise from or assistance is provided to persons having connection with the licensed trades and in particular the whisky industry; Scottish educational establishments.

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