The Community Response, Recovery and Resilience fund has reopened for applications. This next round of funding is focused on the Recovery phase with grants between £1,000 and £5,000 available to constituted community groups and registered charities with an annual income less than £250,000.
Managed by Foundation Scotland, the fund is in partnership with the National Emergencies and was set up to help small charities and constituted groups across Scotland meet the immediate needs of their communities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The initial Response phase of the fund attracted over 1000 applications and so far, has distributed more than 750 grants and £3.2m in funds to communities right across Scotland.
The fund is now focussing on Recovery and will support organisations to continue their operations in the ‘new normal’, to re-establish or re-design their activities to comply with new regulations in addition to providing emergency support for those who need it most.
Apply now via the Foundation Scotland website.