Funding for Training and Development

 

Funding for Training and Learning

FOUNDATION SCOTLAND

22 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DP, 0131 524 0300

Email: info@scottishcf.org, http://www.foundationscotland.org.uk

Will fund constituted community groups

Express Grants can help meet a wide range of costs, including general running costs such as rent or staff salaries; activities and events; equipment or materials; marketing and awareness-raising initiatives and training or activities to build the capacity of organisations. Maximum £2000.

HOLYWOOD TRUST

Mount St Michael, Craigs Road, Dumfries. DG1 4UT, 01387 269 176 Email: funds@holywood-trust.org.uk http://www.holywood-trust.org.uk/

Focus young people in Dumfries and Galloway

HUNTER : MISS AGNES H HUNTER'S TRUST

Pagan Osborne, 55-56 Queen Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3PA
0131 538 5496, grants@agneshunter.org.uk www.agneshunter.org.uk Fund Objectives:
The Trust currently supports charities that:

  • help blind and visually impaired people
  • are researching into the cause, cure or alleviation of cancer or arthritis or supporting people with these conditions 
  • help disabled people, including those affected by physical disability or illness and those with mental health problems or learning disabilities
  • assist with the education and training of disadvantaged people or with youth development projects.

LANDAID

St Albans House, 5th Floor, 57-59 Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX
020 3102 7190, Email: enquiries@landaid.org http://www.landaid.org Fund Objectives:
LandAid is a charity established by the UK property industry which helps disadvantaged young people access the facilities, skills and opportunities to achieve their potential.
Fund Priorities:
Training, Education and Support Fund: training, education or support programmes targeted at disadvantaged young people (16-25 year olds),

 

MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT UK

89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7UQ
0207 840 7840 Email: resources@macmillan.org.uk http://www.macmillan.org.uk/
Fund Objectives:
Macmillan offers different grants to help cancer support groups develop i.e. Start-up grants of up to £500 to set up, Developing grants are available to established groups who have been offering cancer support in their community for at least a year or more. You can apply for up to £3,000 to develop a group’s activities and resources and Training and conference grants are available to members of independent cancer support groups, community groups and small voluntary organisations. You can apply for up to £3,000 to help with the costs of hosting or attending training courses.

MOFFAT CHARITABLE TRUST

48 Hamilton Street, Saltcoats, Ayrshire, KA21 5DS Email: maureen.moffatgroup@gmail.com http://www.moffattrust.org.uk/
Fund Objectives:

The Trust provides financial support to a wide variety of charitable causes throughout Scotland, with preference given to organisations in Ayrshire and the West of Scotland.
Education/Training – the Trust is interested in supporting projects covering travel and tourism

ROBERTSON TRUST

152 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4TB, 0141 221 3151
Email: admin@therobertsontrust.org.uk http://www.therobertsontrust.org.uk/
The four priority areas are Care, Health, Education and Training, and Community Arts and Community Sport.

TRADES HOUSE OF GLASGOW - COMMONWEAL FUND

The Trades House of Glasgow, North Gallery-Trades Hall 85 Glassford Street, Glasgow, G1 1HU, 0141 553 1605 Email: commonweal@tradeshouse.org.uk http://www.tradeshouse.org.uk

Funding Priorities;
Relief of those in need through Age, Ill Health, Disability advancement of Citizenship or Community Development

YOUTH SCOTLAND

Balfour House, 19 Bonnington Grove, Edinburgh, EH6 4BL Tel 0131 554 2561 Email: office@youthscotland.org.uk

http://www.youthscotland.org.uk/

Cash back funding

AGE SCOTLAND

Causewayside House, 160 Causewayside, Edinburgh, EH9 1PR 0845 833 0200, Email: info@agescotland.org.uk www.agescotland.org.uk
Fund Objectives:

Age Scotland is committed to sustaining a system of grant-aiding its member groups for a variety of activities, as follows:

  • organising special outings or events
  • purchasing equipment
  • information, production and distribution
  • attending / running an event which will benefit older people
  • start-up costs for new groups
  • training costs

 

AMW CHARITABLE TRUST

KPMG, 191 West George Street, Glasgow, G2 2LJ, 0141 226 5511 Email: margaretjane.mccoll@kpmg.co.uk
Fund Objectives:
The trust objects are widely drawn and include the furtherance and advancement of

  • religion, education, training, instruction and culture

ANDREW: MISS MARY DUNLOP MURDOCH ANDREW CHARITABLE TRUST
Mitchells Roberton, George House, 36 North Hanover Street
Glasgow, G1 2AD Tel 0141 552 3422

Fund Objectives:

The Trust will fund charities that work in the following fields:

  • the maintenance and expansion of Christian organisations
  • the maintenance, relief, medical treatment or care of the sick
  • education or training

 

DUNFERMLINE BUILDING SOCIETY

Community Support Programme
Caledonia House, Carnegie Avenue, Dunfermline, KY11 8PJ
01383 627 727 http://www.dunfermline.com/about-us/csr.aspx
Fund Objectives:
The Society is associated with Foundation Scotland which is a charity dedicated to strengthening communities by awarding grants that make a genuine difference to the lives of local people. Through the Scottish Community Foundation, the Society specifically supports:

  • training and education projects

 

FOUNDATION SCOTLAND

22 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DP, 0131 524 0300
Email: info@scottishcf.org http://www.foundationscotland.org.uk
Fund Priorities:
Express Grants can help meet a wide range of costs, including general running costs such as rent or staff salaries; activities and events; equipment or materials; marketing and awareness-raising initiatives and training or activities to build the capacity of organisations.

HEDLEY FOUNDATION

1-3 College Hill, London, EC4R 2RA
Email: pbarker@hedleyfoundation.org.uk; www.hedleyfoundation.org.uk Fund Objectives:
Main objective (currently about 70% of the Foundation's budget) - Young people: their education, recreation, support, training, health and welfare.

HENDRY: MISS E C HENDRY CHARITABLE TRUST

Mitchells Roberton, George House, 36 North Hanover Street
Glasgow, G1 2AD 0141 552 3422 Email: ajc@mitchells-roberton.co.uk

Fund Objectives:

The trustees of the charity have wide discretionary powers in choosing grantee charities, including:

  • the maintenance and expansion of Christian churches and organisations
  • the maintenance, relief, medical treatment or care of the sick, the blind, deaf, the aged or the poor
  • the education, training or upbringing of the young

 

MACROBERT TRUST

Cromar, Tarland, Aboyne, AB34 4UD, Tel 013398 81444 Email: vicky@themacroberttrust.org.uk http://www.themacroberttrust.org.uk/

THE HEDLEY FOUNDATION,

1-3 College Hill, London, EC4R 2RA Email: pbarker@hedleyfoundation.org.uk http://www.hedleyfoundation.org.uk Focus young people

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Prepared by Sheila Fraser Associates December 2013