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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Scottish EDGE

Last reviewed 2 days ago
Scottish EDGE is a competition aimed at identifying and supporting Scotland’s up-and-coming, innovative, high-growth potential entrepreneurial talent. You should have an ambitious growth strategy and a commitment to deliver upon it. You must be head-quartered in, or relocating to, Scotland and aiming to attain at a minimum £200K of increased sales over the next three years.
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Henry Smith Charity - Strengthening Communities

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Strengthening Communities grant programme is designed to support small charitable organisations working at grassroots level in the most disadvantaged areas of the UK (10% most deprived), targeting places that are economically marginalised and affected by poverty. They will fund work that enables: - people from across the community to participate in activities which improve connectedness, opportunities and wellbeing - people who are excluded, vulnerable or facing other forms of hardship to have access to community-based services that support positive lasting change - a stronger, active, more engaged community.
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Heritage Fund: Digital Skills for Heritage

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Digital Skills for Heritage initiative is designed to raise digital skills and confidence across the whole UK heritage sector. This new funding programme is now available to help UK organisations or partnerships establish new digital volunteering opportunities across the sector. They are looking for organisations who want to create and establish new digital volunteering opportunities and roles. Roles should focus on: - digital activities or - activities that can be carried out at distance or - both of these Successful projects will create new opportunities for people to benefit from volunteering to support heritage and rgants will help organisations to develop their own expertise in relation to recruiting and working with digital volunteers.
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Henry Smith Charity - Improving Lives

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Improving Lives grant programme provides grants to charitable organisations that help people when other sources of support have failed, are inappropriate, or are simply not available. They support established organisations delivering services directly to beneficiaries. The six priority areas are: - Help at a Critical Moment: Helping people to rebuild their lives following a crisis, critical moment, trauma or abuse - Positive Choices: Helping people, whose actions or behaviours have led to negative consequences for themselves and others - Accommodation/Housing Support: Enabling people to work towards or maintain accommodation - Employment and Training: Supporting people to move towards or gain employment - Financial Inclusion, Rights & Entitlements: Supporting people to overcome their financial problems and ensure that they are able to claim their rights and entitlements - Support Networks & Family: Working with people to develop improved support networks and family relationships.
The Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme (CARES) offers grant funding, advice and support to community organisations that want to decarbonise their community buildings by installing low carbon or renewable technologies, such as heat pumps or solar panels. Projects must include at least one renewable generation technology. Funding is available for many types of community buildings, including: - community cafes - community hubs - faith buildings - public halls - community halls and centres. CARES supports communities to engage, participate and benefit in the energy transition to net zero. They will support projects that: - accelerate the uptake of community and locally owned renewable energy, to meet Scotland’s 2030 2GW ambition - support community involvement in local energy systems that lead to new installations of locally owned renewable energy generation - support shared ownership projects (where a community group invests in a commercial renewable energy project) - assist communities to maximise the impact from community benefit funds through community consultation, action planning and good governance.
The fund will help communities take ownership of the land and buildings that matter to them, as well as practical support to develop their aspirations into viable projects. It supports communities to become more resilient and sustainable through the ownership and management of land and land assets. The Scottish Land Fund is open to organisations in both urban and rural Scotland which are community-led, community-controlled, and defined by a geographic area.

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