Funding in North Lanarkshire

North 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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The Scottish Government Maternal and Infant Health Branch is inviting applications from voluntary organisations to assist them in Improving Health and Wellbeing services across Scotland.
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Clothworkers' Emergency Capital Programme

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The Clothworkers’ Emergency Capital Programme will award small capital grants of up to £5,000 for essential capital items to adapt or increase services in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Priority will be given to organisations supporting vulnerable and ‘at risk’ groups which fall within their programme areas.
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Leathersellers' Company Small Grants Programme

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A small grants programme with grants of up to £3,000 has been set up for registered charities who are working in the following areas: The homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless; Provision of food and essential supplies; Victims of domestic violence; Nursing care to vulnerable patients
Funding for summer playschemes for children between the ages of 5-16 years. Preference is given to: small local playschemes that provide a wide-ranging programme of activities, schemes that involve a large number of children, schemes catering for those from disadvantaged backgrounds or that have a disability, schemes that are inclusive such as projects that work with children from a range of backgrounds, abilities and race, schemes where past users are encouraged to come back and help as volunteers. Trustees only fund programmes that run for a minimum of 2 weeks or 10 days across the summer holidays.
The John Lewis Partnership has launched a £1 million Community Support Fund to be distributed by Waitrose shops to local communities. Help could include setting up additional local delivery services to support the self-isolating, the vulnerable, the elderly and those looking after them; delivering boxes of staples to local care homes and community groups, and donating products to create care packages for customers to share with vulnerable neighbours.
The fund aims to enable organisations to explore ways of working that will help them to adapt and respond to the current changing circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic. The fund will prioritise ideas and activities that help organisations sustain their creative practice and / or programmes of work.

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