Funding on the Shetland Islands

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Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust - Peace and Security

Last reviewed 18 hours ago
JRCT wishes to prioritise support for charitable work on the following issues: Challenging militarism, Scrutiny of counter-terrorism measures in the context of human rights and peacebuilding, Building support for alternative approaches to defence and security.
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Paths for All - Smarter Choices Smarter Places Fund

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Smarter Choices, Smarter Places (SCSP) Open Fund aims to encourage people to change their behaviours to walk or cycle as part of their everyday short journeys. Grants are available to encourage people to use buses and community car clubs for longer journeys; walking and cycling for short journeys, and home-working to replace daily commutes. An innovation for 2020/21 is the introduction of grants for organisations that want to introduce home-working into their organisations to make it easier for people to reduce their commute.
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The John Ellerman Foundation

Last reviewed 21 hours ago
The Foundation aims to advance the wellbeing of people, society and the natural world by focusing on the arts, environment and social action. Grants are made in three categories: Arts (supporting the potential of arts to enrich and transform lives); Environment (contributing to greater harmony between people and the planet); Social Action (supporting organisations which work to create positive changes in practice, systems and institutions.) It will only support organisations whose work has impact across the whole of the UK.
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Andrew Miller Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Trust gives grants to help older people living in poverty
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Miss Agnes H Hunter's Trust - Main Grant Programme

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The Agnes Hunter Trust was established to support registered charities delivering health and social welfare projects in Scotland. Applications must fit within one of the two policy areas: charities that help disabled people such as those living with learning disabilities, mental ill health, specific types of cancer, cerebral palsy, autism, visual or physical impairments; charities that assist with the education and training of disadvantaged people aged 16 years or over who have left school. This includes those whose life experiences or environment have so far denied them opportunities to develop the skills to support themselves and contribute positively to society. Priorities for the Trust include services or projects that focus on: self-management and awareness; advice, support and information; life-skills training; employability, particularly in relation to IT, literacy and numeracy; helping people participate and contribute to their community.
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The Adamson Trust

Last reviewed 2 days ago
The objects and principal activities of the Trust are the provision of grants to help finance holidays, including respite care, for physically and mentally disabled children (aged 2 to 18 years), with preference being given to those locally resident in Scotland.

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