Funding is available for projects, which are principally of direct benefit to individuals and groups of people within the Glengarry community council area.
Grants are available to other charities, not-for-profit groups or individuals who must have their main activity in or reside in the Glengarry area.
Although there is a £5000 threshold for organisations and groups applying for project funding, Trustees are able to consider funding larger projects. Please get in touch with us about these as far in advance of the application deadline as you can, as we may require you to attend a meeting to discuss or present your ideas to us.
There is funding available for:
- Groups and organisations
- Individuals applying for support e.g. with training courses, attending sporting competitions
- People needing social care support (e.g. those with disabilities or the elderly) to live in the community and who have been assessed as needing specific adaptations to their home by social work services
- Students furthering their education
Grants are available for a wide range of activities including: education, community development projects, arts, heritage, health, sport, the environment and recreation.