Funding in North Lanarkshire

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Scotland Loves Local Fund

Last reviewed 7 hours ago
The £1 million Scottish Government Scotland Loves Local Fund aims to empower communities by enabling local delivery, and giving them support and guidance to help them achieve aims important to them. The fund encourages communities to ‘love local’, recognise the importance of their local areas, and actively engage in and develop them. Examples of relevant actions include: Marketing and advertising, Providing information on local residents/residents, Physical distancing and public health infrastructure, Small scale green infrastructure projects.
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Esmee Fairbairn Foundation

Last reviewed 11 hours ago
The Foundation is one of the largest independent grant-makers in the UK. Their new strategy focuses on three aims: Improving Our Natural World; Tackling injustice to deliver A Fairer Future; and Nurturing Creative, Confident Communities. They have identified specific priorities for each theme which can be found in the guidance.
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Petplan Charitable Trust - Pilot/Pump Priming Grant

Last reviewed 10 hours ago
The limit for a pump priming grant is £10,000. These grants are available to fund initial research which should ideally lead to further research. All pump priming applications which meet the criteria set out by the Trust are forwarded to the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee for consideration.
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Evelyn Drysdale Charitable Trust

Last reviewed 11 hours ago
The objectives of the Trust are widely drawn. The trustees will employ their discretion in order to determine which charitable initiatives they support. In the year to April 2016 they supported activities under the headings: medical research and support; child and adult welfare; education; humanitarian aid; arts; religious organisations and animal welfare.
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Petplan Charitable Trust - Full Scientific Grant

Last reviewed 10 hours ago
The Petplan Charitable Trust supports studies on natural disease conditions in companion animals, to prevent their occurrence, provide a cure or eliminate suffering. Its support is limited exclusively to clinical studies which involve no invasive procedures.
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Silverhill Trust

Last reviewed 12 hours ago
Objectives are to promote the mental, physical and social development of young people in the UK, especially those in poor circumstances (the trustees generally regard young people as being under the age of 21).

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