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Funding Information Pack for Voluntary Organisations May 2011 FUND THEMES MIN/ MAX ELIGIBILITY CONTACT DEADLINES LOCAL COMMUNITY PROJECTS Neighbourhood One-off projects Up to Constituted, Partnership Development Check with Partnership Community supporting the priorities £5,000 voluntary groups Officer/Partnership Information Officer, NP Grants Fund of local community plan Local Neighbourhood Partnership www.edinburghnp.org.uk Lloyds TSB Foundation Henry Duncan Various Registered www.ltsbfoundationforscotland.org.uk Check for Scotland Awards – for amounts charities website local charities NB Includes 0131 444 4020 working at revenue Please note the grassroots level Foundation is back in Partnership operation & has just Drugs Initiative awarded over £300,000 for children & in grant aid to 50 pre teens at risk charities in Scotland due to family substance misuse or their own misuse Capacity Building Grants to help charities to review how well they are performing Asda Foundation For projects in areas Not stated Voluntary groups http://www.about- Not stated near Asda stores. supported by an asda.com/communities/asda- Asda colleague foundation.asp#foundation Contact your local store SCOTTISH Community projects Express Constituted www.scottishcommunityfoundation.com Check COMMUNITY Various themes - also Grants – voluntary groups website FOUNDATION administers various max £2,000 0131 524 0300 Trust Funds. 02 IT’S YOUR Lasting community Max £1,000 Local groups www.itsyourcommunity.co.uk None COMMUNITY AWARDS benefit e.g community gardens , equipment for 0800 902 0250 youth projects 2 THE WAKEHAM TRUST Neighbourhood £750 Small registered 01730 821 748 or Check projects, community charities Email wakehamtrust.org or see website arts, social exclusion www.wakehamtrust.org KELLY FAMILY Development of strong £1,000 to Registered email@example.com By 1 March CHARITABLE TRUST family bonds £5,000 charities k and 1 0131 315 4879 September www.kfct.org.uk THE ROBERTSON Care, health, education, Various Charities www.therobertsontrust.org.uk See website TRUST community art, sport. levels 0141 221 3151 VOLUNTARY ACTION Promotion of voluntary Up to Voluntary groups www.voluntaryactionfund.org.uk See website FUND COMMUNITY action - any theme £1,000 Alison Stevenson Grants Officer CHEST 01383 620780 ESMEE FAIRBAIRN Social development, Not stated Voluntary groups http://www.esmeefairbairn.org.uk See website FOUNDATION environment, UK London 020 7812 3700 Largest in UK £25 million education, arts and in 2009 heritage AWARDS FOR ALL Community, arts, sport, £500 TO Constituted www.awardsforall.org.uk See website ( PART OF LOTTERY) heritage, health, £5,000 voluntary groups 0870 240 2391 education, Environmental TESCO CHARITY Older people & adults £500 TO Constituted www.tescocorporate.com See website TRUST COMMUNITY with disabilities £4,000 voluntary groups AWARDS & go to Corporate Responsibility, Community, Making a Difference then link to Tesco Charity Trust Community Award Co-operative Group Community projects £100 to Voluntary groups www.co-operative.coop Grants paid £2,000 http://www.co- out twice operative.coop/membership/Community- yearly in June Fund/ & December 3 People’s Postcode Trust Prevention of poverty, Small Voluntary groups http://www.postcodetrust.org.uk/about_u See website Fund sickness, health awards s.php promotion, active must be citizenship, sport, spent in 3 0131 555 7288 human rights, months environmental action. Big Lottery - Investing in Ideas which could £500 to Voluntary groups http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_inv See website Ideas benefit the local 10,000 esting_ideas?regioncode=-sco community 0845 4 10 20 30 NANCY MASSIE Young, elderly, Not stated Voluntary groups Fund Administrator, JG Morton Solicitors, Ask Fund CHARITABLE TRUST medical, education and in Edinburgh 61 Dublin Street, Edinburgh 0131 558 Administrator arts. 5800 THE MACROBERT Includes youth, £5,000 to Voluntary groups www.themacroberttrust.org.uk See website TRUST disability, community £10,000 in Scotland welfare, science & 01339 881444 technology. THE TUDOR TRUST Marginalised No min or Voluntary groups www.tudortrust.org.uk See website communities including max in the UK youth, older people, London 020 7727 8522 mental health and learning. MAKE A SPLASH! Part of People Making £250 to Voluntary groups Scottish Community Foundation for See website Waves connecting £2,000 Voluntary Arts Scotland. people to the value & www.peoplemakingwaves.org.uk/makeas spirit of the 2010 plash Olympic Games by promoting participation in the arts Paths To Health Increase well being by Up to Voluntary groups http://www.pathsforall.org.uk/pathstohealt Not stated promoting regular £2,000 h/grants.asp walking 4 BAA Community Trust Education, environment Variable Voluntary groups Trust Director Caroline Nichols, Not stated Edinburgh Airport and economic Caroline_nicholls@baa.com regeneration 07836 342495 Miss Agnes H Hunter’s Disability, education No min or Voluntary groups Write to Jane Patterson Various Trust disadvantaged, max in Scotland Grants Administrator children, youth, Miss Agnes H Hunter’s Trust physical and mental ill Pagan Osborne health, older people 55-56 Queen Street and homelessness Edinburgh EH2 3PA The Foyle Foundation Wide themes but for £1,000 to Constituted 020 7430 9119 Small Grants Scheme smaller charities 10,000 voluntary groups http://www.foylefoundation.org.uk/small- See website grants-scheme/ Ryvoan Charitable Trust For wide range of Not stated Voluntary groups http://www.oscr.org.uk/CharityIndexDetail Contact charitable activities s.aspx?id=sc040707 organisation The Ernest Cook Trust Countryside, Under £4k UK Registered http://www.ernestcooktrust.org.uk/grants/i See website environment, arts, or over £4k charities& ndex.html raising literacy & schools numeracy levels The Walton Foundation For health & education Not stated Voluntary groups http://www.oscr.org.uk/CharityIndexDetail Check with projects in Scotland s.aspx?id=sc004005 contact office Delotte LLP, Lomond House, George Square Glasgow G2 1QQ Jennie S Gordon Relief of poverty, Not stated Charities in http://www.oscr.org.uk/CharityIndexDetail Contact Memorial Foundation advancement of Scotland s.aspx?id=sc004705 organisation education, religion, health, arts, heritage, culture, science. Support for vulnerable people, due to age, disability, ill health. Promotion of animal welfare 5 Ronald Miller Foundation Arts, social welfare, Not stated Charities in http://www.oscr.org.uk/CharityIndexDetail Contact education, environment Scotland s.aspx?id=sc008798 organisation & health. Voluntary Action Fund Grants to promote & £500 to Voluntary groups www.voluntaryactionfund.org.uk/5/grants 15/4/11 European Year of celebrate volunteering £1,000 15/9/11 Volunteering 2011 in Scotland & increase 01383 620780 number of volunteers. Edinburgh Voluntary Priority combatting £2,000 max Local registered Contact Janette Scappaticcio See website Organisations Trust inequalities & charities manages a number of promoting voluntary Not schools www.evoc.org.uk/evot/organisations.htm Trust Funds for action Edinburgh /Lothians Network Rail Community To reduce crime on the Up to £500 Public sector & Contact Denise.Huntridge@scsn.org.uk 27/5/11 Safety Fund railways e.g. trespass & Up to constituted 26/8/11 vandalism, assaults on £2,000 voluntary groups 01259 212 079 28/10/11 customers staff, level in partnership 27/1/12 crossing misuse, anti with key Rail social behaviour, crime organisations against railway assets, suicides. Garfield Weston Wide themes – arts, Not stated Registered http://www.garfieldweston.org/ See website Foundation community, education, but about charities only environment, health, £25 million religion, welfare, youth available but must demonstrate need & evidence of good financial management. Bank of Scotland For supporting Max Community http://bankofscotlandfoundation.org/bank- 19/7/11 Foundation Small Grants initiatives that promote £20,000 groups scotland-foundation-deadline- programme financial awareness & applications-approaches money advice, life skills & debt counselling 6 Sym Charitable Trust Relief of poverty, Not stated Charities & http://www.oscr.org.uk/CharityIndexDetail N/K advancement of arts, community s.aspx?id=SC012212 heritage& culture groups in education health. Scotland NATURAL & BUILT ENVIRONMENT Biodiversity for Improve diversity & £100 max Schools & Edinburgh Lothians Greenspace Trust See website Communities grow food community 0131 445 4025 groups www.elgt.org.uk Energy Saving Trust Free training, advice, Various Community www.energysavingtrust.co.uk Various information & links to groups grant information The Scottish Power Helping families/young £100,000 Voluntary groups www.energypeopletrust.co.uk Trustees Energy People Trust people in fuel poverty & local authorities meet 4 times a year Forward Scotland Community based £500 to Constituted, www.forward-scotland.org.uk See website projects promoting £300,000 voluntary groups sustainable 056000 10 560 development Biffaward Improve access to £250 to Voluntary groups. www.biffaward.org See website- community buildings, £5,000 N.B. project must panel meets nature reserves, cycle be within 10 miles every 8 paths, playgrounds. of landfill site weeks WREN (Waste Recycling Improvements to Small Grant Non profit www.wren.org.uk See website Environmental) community buildings, £2,000 to organisations and community gardens, £15,000. community 01953 717165 Quarterly public parks, cycle Main Grant groups Panel paths, towpaths in £15,001 to meetings Edinburgh and £50,000 Midlothian 7 WASTE ACTION Reduce/reuse/recycle £50 to Constituted www.edinburgh.gov.uk/wasteaction See website GRANTS £2500 voluntary groups Anita Sharkey Waste Education Officer 0131 469 5070 SCOTTISH NATURAL Green space, natural Various Voluntary groups www.snh.gov.uk See website HERITAGE heritage levels Karen Morrison, Communities Officer 0131 654 2466 EDINBURGH WORLD Conservation Project Voluntary groups www.ewht.org.uk HERITAGE Grants for the repair of Funding or Caroline Lyon firstname.lastname@example.org See website the historic fabric of the and loans individuals 0131 220 7720 World Heritage Site E.On Sustainable Energy Education, fuel poverty, Up to Community http://eon-uk.com/about/2654.aspx Fund vulnerable people. £20,000 groups, schools, Local Authorities CSV Action Earth grants Biodiversity Up to £250 Schools and local www.actionearth.org.uk conservation, groups 2010 scheme ended but planning See website environmental underway for 2011 B&Q One Planet Living Grow your own, Up to 250 Schools, http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/bq/templates/c See website Grants conserve energy, Community ontent_lookup.jsp?content=/aboutbandq/ preservation of local groups social_responsibility_2007/better_neighb culture, heritage, ourhood.jsp&menu=aboutbandq natural environmental. Forestry Development Involvement in Various Community www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/infd-7epeed Varied Grants Scotland woodland projects, groups Forestry Challenge Fund walking clubs, natural play areas, woodland Redevelopment Heritage Lottery Fund - Regeneration of parks £250,000 to Constituted http://digbig.com/5bdeaq 28 February Parks for People & public gardens £5million groups, local 2011 (includes squares, authorities parks& promenades) 8 Scottish Government’s Tackle climate change Varies Constituted www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/ccf See website Climate Challenge Fund by reducing carbon groups Relaunched emissions- recycling, David Gunn 01786 468 779 renewable energy, cycling, healthy living Heritage Lottery Learn more about your Variable up Not for profit http://www.hlf.org.uk/HowToApply/Pages/ See website Heritage Grants heritage, conserve the to £5million organisations starthere.aspx 0131 225 9450 Scheme UK diverse heritage. The Tree Council For tree planting £100 to 700 Schools or www.treecouncil.org.uk/grants involving children under 75% of cost voluntary groups See website 16. Focus on National Tree Week 26/11/to 4/12 Waste Recycling Improvements to £2,000 to Voluntary groups www.wren.org.uk See website Environmental (WREN) community buildings & £250k gardens, parks, cycle paths. Change to criteria groups no longer need match funds – WREN can now fund at 100% UK Waterways Wildlife Projects on canals, £2,000 max Schools or http://digbig.com/5bdpmh 30/4/11 Grants Programme 2011 inland waterways e.g. voluntary groups conservation tree planting, control of species Scottish Power Green Installation of £25,000 but Voluntary groups www.scottishpowergreentrust.co.uk April & Energy Trust renewable technologies mostly October – small scale hydro £10,000 0141 568 3492 electric, wind power, solar energy. Community British Gas Energyshare To develop & Up to groups http://energyshare.com/fund/about- 30/6/11 Fund implement renewable £100,000 registered with applying/ energy projects Energyshare website 9 YOUNG PEOPLE Cattanach Charitable Work with children £2,000 to Registered www.cattanach.org.uk 24 April, 31 Trust under 10 & their £15,000 charities – mainly 0131 557 2052 July, 30 families Scotland October John Watson’s Trust Under 21s with £30 to Individuals and www.johnwatsons.com Not stated disabilities or £2,000 voluntary groups. Iola Wilson Administrator 0131 220 1640 disadvantaged Edinburgh & Lothians area. EUROPEAN Develop personal Not stated Voluntary groups http://ec.europa.eu/ Check COMMISSION - YOUTH responsibility, initiative, and public bodies Tip – go to A to Z & select Youth website IN ACTION active citizenship, sport, Programmes PROGRAMME healthy living BBC CHILDREN IN Disadvantaged children Under £10k Constituted www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/grants Check NEED under 18 Over £10k voluntary groups Helpdesk Mon to Fri 9 to 5 website 020 8576 7788 COMIC RELIEF Direct service for young £15k to Constituted 020 7820 5555 people 11 to 25 with £40k up to voluntary groups mental health 3 years www.comicrelief.com problems, alcohol misuse, or exploited DAISY CHAIN TRUST Children & young Not stated Voluntary groups Lady Kirkwood, 58 Murrayfield Road Check people up to age 18 in Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH12 6AY website Lothians & 0131 477 1994 Borders http://daisychaintrust.org/index.asp YOUNG SCOT ARTS Develop creativity- arts, Up £750 Individuals and 0808 801 0338 Check with ACTION FUND music theatre voluntary groups. email@example.com Young Scot Members aged www.youngscot.org 11 to 26 http://www.youngscot.org/channels/arts/? ss=484&s=57&sr=79 UNLTD SPORTS Part of Comic Relief- 3 types Young people’s 0141 221 2322 Not stated RELIEF FUNDING “DO grants to young people up to groups – aged 18 firstname.lastname@example.org IT” AWARD to run own projects & £1,000 to 21 solve problems through £5,000 www.unltdsportrelief.com sport £10,000 10 The Brit Trust Projects which Small Voluntary groups www.brittrust.co.uk Not stated encourage young awards people to participate in music Enid Blyton Trust for Help for children in Small Voluntary groups http://digbig.com/5bbada Not stated Children need up to 16 awards Cash Back for Start up costs & £100 to Voluntary groups www.youthscotland.org.uk See website Communities Small equipment for new or £2,000 Grants Fund established youth Youth Scotland groups (10 to 19) Young Film Fund –First Young people Up to £5000 Schools and www.firstlightonline.co.uk/funding/youn See website Light Movies participating in film community groups g-film-fund productions Cross Trust Scotland To raise achievement Individuals in www.thecrosstrust.org.uk See website of young people None financial need or through education/ voluntary groups training Scottish Arts Council – Creating or recording £500 to Groups working www.scottisharts.org.uk See website Various new music £30,000 with young people Creating New Music aged up to 25 Funding for music organisations Youth Music Initiative Tune Up Music Touring Recording Girls on the Move Increase physical Max £2,000 Local voluntary Email email@example.com See website activity young women groups 0131 554 2561 age 12 to18 Bike Club Aim to use cycling to Max £2,000 Local voluntary firstname.lastname@example.org every month engage with groups children/young people 07766 405 369 11 Youth In Action European Commission Various Voluntary groups http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/youth/fundin See website Programme 122 million Euros to levels g/2011/index_en.php inspire sense of citizenship, tolerance & inclusion Live Unltd Start up a business, £2,000 Individuals aged 11 http://www.liveunltd.com/ No dead sports team, max to 21 lines recreational group, host an event Dr Guthrie’s Association Support the care & Max £1,000 Smaller voluntary The Grant Administrator, PO Box 28838 Check with welfare of children & organisations Edinburgh EH15 2XZ. Tel 07729 Admin- young people in 018214 istrator Edinburgh. Email email@example.com OLDER PEOPLE The Lintel Trust Helping people to stay Voluntary group www.linteltrust.org.uk See website in their owns homes – older peoples programme and general grants programme Nationwide Foundation Older people housing Max £5,000 Constituted www.nationwidefoundation.org.uk No deadlines needs or financial voluntary groups exclusion WG Edwards Charitable Older people Up to Registered http://wgedwardscharitablefoundation.or See website Foundation £5,000 charities g.uk OLDER PEOPLE ARTS Baring Arts Foundation Enabling older people Annual Constituted www.baringfoundation.org.uk to participate in the arts Grants of voluntary groups 020 7767 1348 See website up to £25k already in the arts HEALTH PATHS FOR ALL Innovative ways of Grants Voluntary groups www.pathsforall.org.uk June & PARTNERSHIP promoting walking for £2,000 to Scotland only October health £40k 12 Drinkaware grants Alcohol awareness – Up to Voluntary groups http://www.drinkaware.co.uk/grants See website innovative alternative £2,000 programmes e.g. Up to combining with sport £25,000 educational theatre Up to £100,000 Live Well Edinburgh Promotion of healthy £250 to Voluntary groups http://www.scottishcf.org/resources/fund See website Fund eating e.g breakfast £5,000 s/view/83/live-well-edinburgh- clubs, grow your own fund/?from=All/3 etc NB Edinburgh only Swimathon To help people to £300 to Constituted http://swimathon.org/page.php?page=F participate in & enjoy £2,500 voluntary groups oundation 6/6/11 swimming with support of participating pool SOCIAL ENTERPRISES Scotland Unltd Social enterprises for £500 to Individuals Eileen Inglis/ Kim Craven 0131 226 Contact social change £15,000 7333 www.unltd.org.uk Eileen Inglis SPORT COMIC RELIEF SPORT Sport delivering positive £100,000 Voluntary groups & www.comicrelief.com See website FOR CHANGE change local authorities BIG LOTTERY ENCOURAGE £300 TO VOLUNTARY www.biglottery.org.uk 2014 COMMUNITIES PARTICIPATION IN £2,000 GROUPS/ SPORT THEME - LINK SCHOOLS/ firstname.lastname@example.org TO COMMONWEALTH COMMUNITY GAMES COUNCILS 0141 242 1500 Sportsscotland To encourage £ for £ Voluntary groups., www.sportscotland.org.uk None – Sportsmatch businesses to sponsor match local authorities apply community groups funding and schools anytime 13 BAG4SPORT Limited A way for sports groups Paid at Sports groups http://www.bag4sport.co.uk Apply A social enterprise to raise funds through £400 per anytime collecting unwanted tonne clothing.BAG4Sport will pay 40p per kilo and clothes are re-used in less privileged countries DISADVANTAGE The Volant Charitable Social deprivation and Up to Voluntary groups www.volanttrust.com See website Trust women and children £10,000 Trust set up by J K Rowling & based in Edinburgh The Hilden Charitable Homelessness, asylum Average Voluntary groups www.hildencharitablefund.org.uk Fund seekers, refugees, £5,000 disadvantaged young people, penal affairs. The Rozelle Trust Support for people in No Registered www.rozelletrust.org None need- preference minimum or charities in smaller local charities ( maximum Scotland not national) Santander Foundation Disadvantaged people Up to Voluntary groups www.santanderfoundation.org.uk None education & training £10,000 and financial capability The Allen Lane Asylum seekers, LGBT £500 to Voluntary groups www.allenlane.org.uk No closing Foundation gypsy travellers, 15,000 dates offenders ex offenders, older people, people with mental health problems Austin and Hope Homelessness, Various Constituted www.austin-hope-pilkington.org.uk See website Pilkington Trust refugees, victims of voluntary groups abuse The Fuserna Foundation Alleviation of poverty £5,000 to Voluntary groups www.fusernafoundation.org See website £15,000 0207 409 3900 14 Barcapel Foundation New Scottish charitable See website Voluntary groups www.barcapelfoundation.org See website groups – Health, Disadvantaged Youth 01475 521616 Heritage themes The Links Foundation Relief of poverty, Not stated Community groups www.linksfoundation.org Not stated disadvantage, improve but Criteria being reviewed January 2011 education, leisure £1.2million 01642 236 486 opportunities fund Help the Homeless Assist individuals to Up to £3000 Small and medium Email Next return to mainstream sized charities HTH@help-the-homeless.org.uk deadline society through 30 residential or training http//www.help-the- September facilities e.g food homeless.org.uk/Grants.htm clothing, computers Heart Research UK- To support innovative Up to Voluntary groups http://www.heartresearch.org.uk/healthy_ Healthy Heart Grants projects to promote £10,000 heart_grants.htm See website heart health in specific email@example.com groups/communities g. 0113 297 6206 disability/disadvantage Greggs Foundation People in need Up to Voluntary groups, www.greggsfoundation.org.uk/regionalgr See website example of type of £2,000 schools & churches ants.html grant- trips, activities & equipment Triangle Trust 1949 Fund Alleviation of poverty, From £1k to Constituted http://www.thetriangletrust1949fund.org.u See website promotion of good £10k voluntary groups k health & welfare. Carers, older people disability YOUNG CARERS Princess Royal Trust for Vulnerable young Up to Voluntary groups http://www.carers.org/news/1-5m-from- Carers carers £75,000 comic-relief-to-help-vulnerable-and- hidden-young-carers,5564,NW.html DISABILITY Pass IT On Provides donated N/A For people with 14 Wardie Avenue, Edinburgh EH5 2AB None computers disabilities 0131 476 1645 www.passitoncomputers.co.uk Edinburgh or Lothians only 15 ECAS Equipment, beds, white Max £500 People with 57 Albion Road, Edinburgh EH7 5QY See website goods, holidays. ( not physical disability powered wheelchairs) 0131 4752344 Edinburgh or Lothians www.ecas-edinburgh.org only Children Today For specialist Parent /carers of 01244 335622 See website equipment including, individual children www.children-today.org.uk electric wheelchairs, trikes, adapted toys and car seats. The Family Fund Grants to make life Variable Low income 0845 130 4542/ 01904 621115 See website easier- washing families with Email firstname.lastname@example.org (£31million available) machines, driving disabled children www.familyfund.org.uk lessons, computers and and young people National charity holidays aged 17 and under Birkdale Trust for Advance education of Voluntary groups, www.grantsforthedeaf.co.uk See website Hearing Impaired children & young individuals, people with a hearing educational impairment establishments OFFENDERS/ DRUG ALCOHOL MISUSE Big Lottery Investing in Life Transitions – £10 to Voluntary groups, Big Lottery Investing in Communities Open till Communities Fewer people with £1million local authorities, June 2015 serious mental health community http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_inv £400 million available or substance misuse councils, social esting-in-communities.htm?regioncode=- for Scotland problems entering the enterprises & uk criminal justice system private companies or experience homelessness. There are two other themes as well Supporting 21st Century Life Growing Community Assets 16 UIA Charitable Rehabilitation of Max £1,000 Registered UIA Charitable Foundation Feb or Foundation offenders Charities UK http://www.uia.co.uk/About/Charitable- August foundation/ The Bromley Trust Prison Reform – reduce Variable Registered The Bromley Trust None apply cycle of re-offending charities UK http://www.thebromleytrust.org.uk/homep anytime age1.html The Wingate Foundation Education & social Up to Voluntary The Wingate Foundation See website exclusion –help for ex £10,000 organisations UK http://www.wingatefoundation.org.uk/foun offenders dation-education.php J Paul Getty Jnr Reducing Re-offending £5k to Registered J Paul Getty Jnr Charitable Trust See website Charitable Trust Repairing Lives £250k charities UK http://www.jpgettytrust.org.uk/funding.ht ml The Trusthouse Urban Deprivation £1,000 to Charities UK The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation See website Charitable Foundation Community Support for £30,000 Drugs & Alcohol http://www.trusthousecharitablefoundatio misusers/Offenders n.org.uk/ The Pilgrim Trust Social Welfare- Average UK Registered The Pilgrim Trust None apply Families affected by £18,000 charities anytime people misusing drugs Recognised public http://www.thepilgrimtrust.org.uk/ or alcohol / bodies alternatives to custody for women The Allen Lane Lasting difference £500 to Not necessary to The Allen Lane Foundation See website Foundation reduce isolation, £5,000 be a charity but stigma, discrimination, must be seeking http://www.allenlane.org.uk/criteria.html encourage support for funds for charitable unpopular groups project 17 CHURCHES The National Churches Two grant programmes Max £50k Churches www.nationalchurchestrust.org/howgrant. See website Trust Repairs grants - html £10,000 for focus on urgent roof repairs approx £50,000 or Community Grants- £5,000 to £25,000 new toilets & catering facilities Other support Community Repaint Donated paint for N/A Voluntary groups Nearest supplier - Elvon Recycling East N/A ( Dulux) East Lothian voluntary groups Lothian - Tranent 01875 615797 www.communityrepaint.org.uk Charities Aid Foundation Help with donation N/A Voluntary groups www.cafonline.org/lesswork N/A processing, bank accounts, business 03000 123 222 planning. Charity Technology Improve effective use of N/A Registered www.ctxchange.org N/A Exchange CTX IT supplies free IT charities Registered charities can apply for equipment, training & product donations from Microsoft, advice. Symantec, Cisco. Charity Choice- UK Register for free goods, N/A Registered http://www.goodwillgallery.com/freecharit N/A Goodwill Gallery services, view offers of charities yservices.htm volunteers. Soloco UK A charity which aims to N/A Community groups Kirsty@soloco.co.uk match local projects to N/A donors. SCVO Publications SCVO publishes N/A Community groups http://www.scvo.org.uk/information/public information for the ations/ N/A sector such as “The Scottish Directory of Funding for the Third Sector” 18 LIST OF USEFUL WEBSITES ORGANISATION PURPOSE CONTACT Edinburgh Voluntary Support to the voluntary sector in Edinburgh funding advice, http://www.evoc.org.uk/ Organisations Council funder finder database, training, also administers Trust funds (EVOC) through Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations Trust Scottish Council for Support to the voluntary sector in Scotland , policy information, http://www.scvo.org.uk/scvo/Home/Home.aspx Voluntary funding information – and guide to fundraising Organisations Grants net This is a FREE database where you can search for sources of http://www.grantsnet.co.uk/ funding by theme In kind direct Membership organisation – enables voluntary groups to access http://www.inkinddirect.org/ to surplus goods free of charge. Scottish Community Support to the voluntary sector- administers various grants and http://www.scottishcf.org/ Foundation Trust funds B& Q Waste donation scheme – surplus materials & paint for voluntary http://www.diy.com/diy/jsp/corporate/content/envir groups. Also follow links to social responsibility, waste donation onment_ethics/ethics/community/grants.jsp & One Planet Living Awards Voluntary Arts Scotland Arts groups – free regular e news about funding opportunities. www.vascotland.org.uk Help with IT Matches volunteer IT professionals with voluntary groups. www.it4communities.org.uk Microsoft Free/discounted software & training www.microsoft.com/uk/community/default.mspx CHANGEWORKS Provides information & technical data on energy conservation for www.changeworks.org.uk voluntary groups. Will also help with funding applications. VOLRESOURCE Useful information for voluntary organisations including links to www.volresource.org.uk insurance brokers. 19 RISK ASSESSMENT Advice from Council’s own insurance experts e.g. public liability http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/internet/City_Living/ AND INSURANCE for Gala Days. Community_safety/Accidents_emergencies_and_ safety/CEC_insurance_and_risk_management_fo r_community_groups Enquiries by email please : email@example.com PLANNING AN Advice from Council on planning an event e.g. road closures, Please see our website EVENT? health & safety issues, licences. http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/internet/City_Living/ Community_and_social_issues/CEC_planning_a_ community_event Travel 2 Give Network Network of travel agents who support good causes Charities register with the Network & customers can make donation at time of booking www.travel2give.org.uk Gettingthereuk Sponsorship- By shopping on line you can donate to your http://www.gettingthereuk.co.uk favourite charity. 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