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Midlothian Council - Grants for community groups

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The council has a number of grants streams for community groups focussing on the following areas: Developing Communities, Employability, Learning and Training, Health and Physical Activity, Poverty.
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The Queen's Nursing Institute - Catalysts for Change

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The Catalysts for Change programme, supports a range of projects across Scotland to improve people’s health and wellbeing. COVID-19 has exposed and magnified the inequities in our society. Catalysts for Change grants of up to £5,000 are available to help community nurses in Scotland, with local partners, develop initiatives designed to prevent, reduce, or overcome health inequalities. These projects might directly address community responses to COVID-19 – such as psychological trauma (toxic stress) made worse by the pandemic – or they could incorporate any nurse-led initiative to improve health equity.
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Foundation Scotland - Greencoat Drone Hill Community Fund

Last reviewed 13 hours ago
The Drone Hill Community Fund is a charitable Fund to benefit residents of Reston & Auchencrow, Grantshouse, Coldingham and Cockburnspath Community Council areas. Constituted, not-for-profit groups and organisations working to benefit people in the four Community Council areas are able to apply to the Foundation for grants from the Fund. The Fund will provide grants to support charitable activities that: Enhance quality of life for local residents; Contribute to vibrant, healthy, successful and sustainable communities; Promote community spirit and encourage community activity. A wide range of costs and activities will be considered for funding e.g.; equipment costs, running costs for local groups, staff or sessional worker costs, consultations, maintenance or refurbishment of community facilities. The Panel will also welcome applications that propose to work across the four areas.

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