CBSA

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2014 Communities Archived Archived

2014 Communities offers grants of between £300 and £2,000 to encourage more people to take part in physical activity.

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Active Futures Archived Archived

Active Futures will fund anything that gets young people active

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Becoming a Survivor Archived Archived

£8 million investment in Scotland to support people affected by domestic abuse and survivors of domestic abuse

Better By Design Archived Archived

Supporting organisations to redesign the way they work

Better Off Archived Archived

Developing new rehabilitation projects for people affected by drug misuse

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Cancer Care Scotland Archived Archived

Funding for projects that assist and support people living with cancer

Celebrate Archived Archived

Celebrating 2014 Commonwealth Games through arts, sports and community celebrations

Community Assets

Grants from £10,000 to £1 million to create strong and resilient communities through assets.

Community Spaces Scotland Archived Archived

Community Spaces Scotland supports communities to become more involved in and to take responsibility for communal spaces and places

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Delivering Financial Inclusion Archived Archived

We’re matching funds from the European Social Fund, one of the European Structural Fund's programmes, for services across Scotland to tackle poverty and promote social inclusion.

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GM04 Archived Archived

Grants for community-led activity

Medium grants for community-led activity.

We remain open to all applications, but we will prioritise applications that are COVID-19 related until at least October 2020.

If you want to put in an application that is not related to COVID-19, you are welcome to do so. However, there is likely to be greater competition for our funding, and it may take longer to get a decision from us.

Grants for improving lives

Grants from £10,001 to £500,000 to help people facing challenging circumstances

We remain open to all applications, but we will prioritise applications that are COVID-19 related until at least October 2020.

If you want to put in an application that is not related to COVID-19, you are welcome to do so. However, there is likely to be greater competition for our funding, and it may take longer to get a decision from us.

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Investing in Ideas Archived Archived

£500 to £10,000 for organisations to think about, develop and test new ideas or make improvements that will benefit those most in need

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JESSICA (Scotland) Trust Archived Archived

A new £15 million investment in Scotland to help disadvantaged urban communities most affected by serious disadvantage to become stronger through their own efforts

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National Lottery Awards for All Scotland

A quick way to apply for smaller amounts of funding between £300 and £10,000.

COVID-19 Response:

We remain open to all applications, but over the next six months we will prioritise applications that are COVID-19 related. You can read more about what types of response to COVID-19 we are prioritising in the 'projects we fund' section below.

If you would like to put in an application that is not related to COVID-19, you are still welcome to do so. However, there is likely to be greater competition for our funding, and it may take longer to get a decision from us.

If you have already submitted an application, but you know that the activities you are asking us to fund will be impacted by COVID-19, please contact us.

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Our Place

Helping communities in Scotland come together to find and develop ways in which they can make a difference.

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Scottish Land Fund

Supporting urban and rural communities to become more resilient and sustainable through the ownership and management of land and land assets.

Support and Connect Archived Archived

Grants of between £10,000 and £350,000 to improve local support for people experiencing hardship.

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Young Start

Helping young people aged eight to 24 to become more confident and play an active part in realising their potential.

We remain open to all applications, but we will prioritise applications that are COVID-19 related until at least October 2020.

If you want to put in an application that is not related to COVID-19, you are welcome to do so. However, there is likely to be greater competition for our funding, and it may take longer to get a decision from us.