Falkirk Environment Trust - Scottish Landfill Communities Funds Small Grants

Summary

Falkirk Environment Trust (FET) supports organisations in the Falkirk area to apply for Scottish Landfill Communities Funds managed by EB Scotland.Grants are available for community, environmental and heritage projects. Small Grants can be awarded quickly to projects that: improve the environment in some way, e.g. community gardens, habitat enhancements; raise awareness of environmental issues; run Community Events e.g. Litter picks or environmental workdays; build the capacity of a group to make a Main Grants Scheme application and/or other environmental funders (e.g. business planning, feasibility studies, etc.); build capacity in communities through start up grants e.g. money for insurances, tools.


Fund details

Status:
Open
Type:
Grant
Source:
Statutory
When to apply:
Submit applications prior to the board meetings. The website is not updated so phone for deadline dates.
Next deadline:
No deadline date
Charities only:
No
Website:
http://www.fet.org.uk/grants.htm
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
01324 504816
How to apply
Contact the FET Development Manager, who will discuss your project with you. If your project has the potential to be funding through Scottish Landfill Communities Funds, then a site visit can be arranged.
Exclusions
No exclusions given

Fund award sizes

Minimum:
No minimum provided
Maximum:
£2,000
Average:
£1,230
Annually awarded:
£11,071
Notes on award amounts:
The annual total and average are from the 2017 accounts and represent projects supported by FET and funded by EB Scotland.

Organisation

Name:
Falkirk Environment Trust
Charity number:
SC028253
Website:
http://www.fet.org.uk/
Email:
No funder email address
Phone:
01324 504816
Address:
ABBOTSFORD HOUSE DAVIDS LOAN, , FALKIRK, FK2 7YZ


Geographical Areas

  • Falkirk

Activities

  • Community facilities
  • Environmental Projects
  • Heritage/ building preservation
  • Recreation and social activities

Beneficiaries

  • General public
  • Natural Environment
  • The local community