Funding on the Shetland Islands

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SRDP - Food Processing, Marketing and Co-operation

Last reviewed 4 days ago
This scheme can provide support grant to suppliers and producers to contribute to the government’s overall vision for food and drink in Scotland, which is to be a Good Food Nation, where it is second nature to produce, buy, serve and eat fresh, healthy food. Through this scheme, you can apply for start-up grants for a new business and development grants for an existing businesses.
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Chance to Flourish

Last reviewed 4 days ago
Chance to Flourish is funded through the Scottish Children’s Lottery. They support projects and activities in Scotland, with the aspiration of alleviating the impact of poverty or financial hardship, social exclusion, relative/multiple deprivation and disability or illness to young people. Projects or activities will work with the most vulnerable families with pre-school children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty. Examples of projects or activities they support include: practical family support including food, clothing and shelter; support for single parents including parenting skills, health and nutrition; accessible and affordable daycare or play facilities; support for vulnerable parents with preschool children or families with pre-school children suffering from any type of disability.
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Wallace & Gromit's Children's Charity

Last reviewed 4 days ago
Supports projects in children's hospitals and hospices throughout the UK to enrich and enhance the lives of patients. They fund projects that ensure that whilst in hospital and hospice care, children can still play, socialise and recuperate from treatment in a child-friendly environment. They also support parents and siblings as it is vital to care for the whole family during extremely difficult times.
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Chance to Succeed

Last reviewed 4 days ago
Chance to Succeed is funded through the Scottish Children’s Lottery. It supports projects that focus on employability and employment skills, helping to deliver a productive future for our young people. Projects or activities they support will work with the most vulnerable young people up to the age of 25 at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty. Examples of projects or activities they may consider are: employability and skills training within a local community; mentoring or one to one support, building the self confidence and skills required to enter the employment market; provision of and access to the technical equipment required to pursue employment or further education; support to young people who have already been disadvantaged through being care experienced or suffering from a disability.
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Chance to Study

Last reviewed 4 days ago
Chance to Study is funded through the Scottish Children’s Lottery. It supports projects working in the area of educational achievement through school years. Projects or activities they will support will work with the most vulnerable families with school aged children at a demonstrably high risk of being negatively impacted by poverty. Examples of projects or activities includes: provision of after school care/holiday cover ensuring time and resource for additional educational support; provision of specific IT/educational equipment for socially deprived children or children suffering from any form of physical or mental disability; one to one mentoring of children struggling within school because of family circumstances; provision of breakfast clubs providing nutritional and educational support.
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Allchurches Trust Limited

Last reviewed 4 days ago
ATL makes grants to churches and charities to benefit the people in their local communities across the UK. They support appeals from churches for building and restoration projects, repair of church fabric, church community initiatives, religious charities, charities preserving the UK heritage and other charitable causes. However, the majority of ATL's donations are used to support the dioceses and cathedrals of the Church of England.They particularly welcome applications from less well-off parishes and for projects which benefit mission and help local communities.

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