Rosemount Lifelong Learning

Funding programmes

Rosemount Lifelong Learning

Funding, Funding programmes, Scotland

Scotland

  1. National Lottery Awards for All Scotland

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

    Area
    Scotland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations
    Funding size
    £300 to £10,000
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  2. Young Start

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

    Area
    Scotland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £100,000
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  3. Grants for community-led activity

    Medium grants for community-led activity.

    Area
    Scotland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £150,000
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  4. Grants for improving lives

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

    Area
    Scotland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £500,000
    Total available
    £500,000
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  5. Scottish Land Fund

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

    Area
    Scotland
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations
    Funding size
    £10,001 to £1,000,000
    Application deadline

    All stage 2 applications must be submitted by the end of August 2020. Before this point a stage 1 application must also be completed. This typically takes around 6 months, so please allow for this when you plan your application.

UK-wide

  1. Forces in Mind

    Supporting the psychological wellbeing and successful and sustainable transition of veterans and their families into civilian life.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Application deadline

    Ongoing

  2. Awards from the UK Portfolio

    The UK Portfolio supports UK-wide ideas and projects. It tests and grows bold ideas that put people in the lead to address long-term social issues and to improve the quality of life across the UK and internationally.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Application deadline

    Applications currently paused

  3. Digital Fund

    The first round of Digital Fund funding has now closed. Under Strands 1 and 2, we awarded £12.1m to 29 organisations and £500,000 for a support contract to work with them. There is £2.4m remaining of the £15m allocated to the Digital Fund, as announced in 2018. We are currently doing some discovery work to determine the needs of micro organisations across the UK, and whether these needs are primarily digital. We will use this work to inform how we support these groups in 2020. Alongside this, we are scoping how the remaining funds can have the most impact and we hope to launch a small number of small, strategic funds in 2020. For regular updates on the Digital Fund, please follow the team’s Medium blog.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Application deadline

    Applications initially open on 22nd October 2018 and close on 3rd December 2018.

  4. Other National Lottery Funders

    If none of the current The National Lottery Community Fund programmes are suitable for your project, one of the other Lottery funders may be able to help.

    Area
    UK-wide
    Suitable for
    Voluntary or community organisations, Public sector organisations, Private sector organisations
    Application deadline

    Check the other funder's websites