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The following links are to documents (all pdf) or websites which may have information useful for your club or group.

If you require any information about funding or help filling in application forms, etc. please contact:-
Tracey Ramsay, Senior Capacity Building Worker (Perth and Kinross Council)
Tel: 01577 867124 or
Community Learning Base 01577 867177
Email: TRamsay@pkc.gov.uk


There is a new funding search engine launched by Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations which shows some local grants in Perth & Kinross as well as national funding streams. www.fundingscotland.com/

PKAVS April Funding Updates
More funding updates - April
Communities Service Funding Alert - May 2017


ASPIRING COMMUNITIES FUND
The Scottish Government, supported by the European Social Fund (ESF), is set to launch a new and innovative £18.9 million Aspiring Communities Fund to support the most disadvantaged communities across Scotland to tackle poverty and inequality. Read Press Release for further information


TESCO CHARITY TRUST
The funding provided goes towards providing practical benefits, such as equipment and resources for projects that directly benefit children, the elderly, and adults and children with disabilities, living in the local communities around Tesco stores.
Amount - £500 - £4,000
Contact: Tesco Charity Trust Awards Scheme, phone: 0845 612 3575 the website
Deadlines - There are two rounds of funding every year for each category.

Lottery Scheme for Scotland
The Community Spaces Scotland scheme will support communities to become more involved in, and to take responsibility for, their local environment, communal spaces and places.
Grants of £10,000 to £250,000 are available to projects which achieve all three of the following outcomes under Community Spaces Scotland:
- Communities come together to make better use of local spaces and places.
- Communities come together to improve their environment.
- Communities come together to get healthier and be more active

Community Chest.
The Voluntary Action Fund (VAF) is an independent charitable grant making body which invests in voluntary and community based organisations across Scotland. The funding and support we provide enables voluntary organisations to undertake projects that challenge inequalities and overcome barriers to being involved in community life. Application Form - please read Application Pack first

Kinross-shire Fund - funding available for projects within Kinross-shire

Volunatry Action Perthshire offer funding advice & business support for the voluntary sector, many of the services are provided free of charge and those such as training are offered at very competitive rates

www.grantsonline.org.uk