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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BEMIS - Resilient & Inclusive Communities Fund

Last reviewed 14 hours ago
The aim of this programme is to advance community resilience, empower local communities, enhance community spirit, increase responsive healing activities, stimulate inclusive national identity and facilitate responsive and inclusive local support provisions. Your proposal must be for a new project which support the disadvantaged communities identified in the fund guidelines.
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Souter Charitable Trust

Last reviewed 18 hours ago
The Souter Charitable Trust supports projects engaged in the relief of human suffering in all its aspects in the UK and overseas – especially, but not exclusively, those with a Christian emphasis and ethos. Small grants may be awarded for gap year / short term projects which extend to at least one calendar year.
The ELC Inclusion Fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland access their funded ELC entitlement. It funds staff working in ELC settings to receive appropriate training and fund resources, equipment and adaptations. The intention is that the fund will: make ELC settings more accessible for children with additional support needs; result in an increase in the number of ELC staff who are trained and confident to support children with additional support needs; promote more inclusive learning experiences for children; and result in better outcomes for children with additional support needs.
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The Scottish Government - Transitional Support Fund

Last reviewed 19 hours ago
The Transitional Support Fund will help day care of children providers in the private, voluntary and not-for profit sectors, including out-of-school care providers, meet the extra costs incurred to comply with public health guidance for these settings/services in response to COVID-19. The grant can cover costs such as increased cleaning, developing outdoor space, adaptations to support physical distancing.
The Cataloguing Grants strand of the Archives Revealed programme awards grants for archives to create catalogues of archival collections. These will support the transformation of archive services, helping archives to vastly improve access to archives and increase public engagement with history and the UK's documentary heritage. It will fund archives with collections that can show clear local, regional, national or international significance, or significance to a specific audience group, alongside a demonstration of a high level of potential to engage people and communities with archives and heritage.
The Communities Recovery Fund offers funding to implement changes to reintroduce the delivery of existing services and activities that have been suspended or severely reduced because of COVID-19 and/or deliver new services identified as a priority by the the community as a result of COVID-19. As well as providing ongoing crisis support, they will be planning and implementing changes to adapt and thrive in a very different social and economic climate. The Community & Third Sector Recovery programme has two strands: Adapt & Thrive Programme (support for organisational change) and Communities Recovery Fund (grants to allow organisations to reintroduce the delivery of services and support the adaptation of existing services, or develop new ones).

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