(Adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council)
Funds are available in each of the three Neighbourhood Partnership Community Grants Funds for the South East Locality. These funds will be available until the end of March 2018. The Neighbourhood Partnership can award grants of up to £5,000: organisations and groups can use these for local community activity that supports the work of the Partnership and/or the Locality Improvement Plan.
For information on the process and an application form, please visit:
- City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership – https://www.edinburghnp.org.uk/neighbourhood-partnerships/city-centre/funding/community-grants-information/
- South Central Neighbourhood Partnership – https://www.edinburghnp.org.uk/neighbourhood-partnerships/south-central/about/community-grants-information/
- Liberton Gilmerton Neighbourhood Partnership – https://www.edinburghnp.org.uk/neighbourhood-partnerships/liberton-and-gilmerton/about/community-grants-information/
The Scottish Government has decided not to register this scheme (Facebook) in the Register of Community Interests in Land. SG’s reasoning includes:
- lack of steps with a view to transferring the land
- lack of satisfaction that it is in the public interest to register this interest in the Register.
Click to see the full SG response.
(adapted from a communication from the Scottish Government)
Community groups, third sector organisations and local authorities are invited to apply for Scottish Government’s Making Places funding. The initiative encourages communities to participate in the development of their local
Since 2011-12 the Scottish Government has run a grant scheme that helped to fund the delivery of design charrettes in communities across Scotland. Charrettes bring together the community, other key stakeholders and design
professionals to develop viable proposals to improve their place. However, the Scottish Government recognise that the charrette approach is only one method of enabling participation in placemaking.
Communities have different needs at different times and may require support not just in developing a vision for their place, but also at the stages before and after this. Continue reading
What is it?
A fund created to enable and empower communities to make artistic and aesthetic improvements to the National Cycle Network (NCN), for the benefit of place quality, enjoyment and active travel.
Click here for more detail: artroots-fund (PDF).
Who can apply for a grant?
This fund is for constituted community groups, based in Scotland, with their own bank account. However, we will also consider applications from groups who can show that they are organised and committed, without a group bank account.
How much can be applied for?
Grants of up to £1,500 can be applied for. If the total cost of the project is more than £1,500 then evidence must be shown that the remaining cost is covered (match funding is encouraged for bigger projects).
Deadlines and Timescales
Complete and return your:
- Grant application form by 5pm on 10/02/17
- Grant claim form by 5pm on 19/05/17
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(adapted from an email from David Hoy, Commissioning Officer, Communities and Families)
Are you interested in delivering open access youth work with young people aged 11 and over? Communities and Families is opening a participatory budgeting grant programme to support such work in 2017-18. Applications will be assessed by a team of young people and Council officers before a voting process for young people. It will be the combination of these two processes that will determine who is awarded funding. The total budget available is £60,000 with a minimum award level of £500 and the maximum award level of £10,000. The work should benefit young people in Edinburgh and can be locally based or citywide work.
Application packs will be available on the Edinburgh Compact website from 6th February and the closing date will be 3pm on 24th February.
Briefings for applicants will be held at Waverley Court on
- Tuesday 7
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(adapted from an email from North East locality)
The Grow For It 2017 funding is now open for applications!
We’re looking for talented and imaginative young people aged 12 – 25 to raise awareness about the importance of UK native wild flowers and plants.
Successful projects will be selected by a judging panel of young people, from across the UK, who have previously been involved with Grow Wild.
Applying is easy! You just need to create a short video application and send it to us. Learn more about the funding options by watching the short videos below or click here for more information on how to apply.