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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Climate Challenge Fund - Development Grants

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
Development Grants are available in 2019/20 to help Scottish community-led organisations to scope out a potential climate action project. Projects can: enable community-led organisations to develop ideas for a climate change action project which would support low-carbon behaviour changes, increase climate literacy and reduce carbon emissions; assist in progressing to a full CCF Grant application or similar activities for another funder; organise a community consultation event and survey work; engage a consultant or advisor to support project development; cover expenses associated with visit(s) to other projects/organisations; develop a low-carbon project idea; host an event using the Scottish Government's Climate Conversation toolkit.
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Church of Scotland - Go for It Fund Small Grant

Last reviewed 16 hours ago
Go For It is about funding change in church and community. The Fund aims to encourage creative ways of working which develop the life and mission of the local church and are transformative for both communities and congregations. Small Grants can help you develop your project ideas and test them out. Several types are available: Research, Pilot and Step, as well as Training and Help (for those already in receipt of a Go For It Main or Continuation Grant).
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Low Carbon Transport Business Loan

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
Interest free loans of up to £100,000 are available to Scottish businesses to help lower their transport and travel costs. These loans are funded by Transport Scotland and have a repayment term of up to 6 years. The low-carbon transport loan aims to support organisations that want to reduce the carbon impact and fuel costs of their transport and travel arrangements with new, more efficient alternatives. Loans can be used to meet the cost of a wide range of measures to lower your business transport carbon footprint including plug in electric cars and vans, vehicle efficiency devices such as telematics systems and cycle facilities.
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Poppyscotland

Last reviewed 16 hours ago
Poppyscotland works collaboratively with other organisations, providing funding so that members of the Armed Forces community can access the specialist services they need. Funding covers health and well-being of veterans and their families, access to employment opportunities and employment skills, advice and support.
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Variety - Youth Club Grants

Last reviewed 15 hours ago
Variety supports youth clubs because they provide opportunities for improving social skills, team spirit and self esteem. Applications are intended to be for items of equipment. However, on occasion, applications for improvement of youth club premises, existing equipment or facilities will also be considered.
This programme is about supporting Armed Forces Families facing challenges. Large grants will help to address substantial challenges; providing funding for transformative ideas. Medium grants will support projects that make a proven difference to Armed Forces Families and will support existing work. There is an overall budget of £7.5 million.The programme will make grants to projects where they can see that the project is addressing a clear need, and where they think the idea will be of practical benefit to Armed Forces Families. The focus of the project should be on supporting the family; rather than serving personnel or veterans.

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