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Since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, The National Lottery Heritage Fund has been at the forefront of providing emergency support to the heritage sector. It quickly launched a lifeline £50million fund which has been helping organisations across the coun…
In response to the pandemic, Social and Community Capital have launched a £1 million Coronavirus Response Fund which is offering unrestricted grants to between £5,000 – £50,000 to organisations across the UK that employ people from vulnerable or disadvantaged grou…
The Movement for Good Awards have opened for Phase 2 which will see 10 charities receive a grant of £50,000. Championing innovation, the awards are focused on supporting charities to turn creative ideas into practical solutions that benefit society. Key Facts Open from Mo…
In a year when many UK families will be cutting or curtailing their summer travel plans, the charity has now launched its Holiday Hero campaign appealing for people to donate the cost of what they would have spent on summer holiday essentials such as sunscreen, a new swimsuit or…
Last year more than 18 million people used its services but the first quarter of 2020/21 has been largely lost. The organisation’s 61 venues are set to return in four phases, between July and October. Dr Bridget McConnell, chief executive of Glasgow Life, said it will take a whil…
The coronavirus has had, and continues to have, a devastating effect on Marie Curie’s fundraising income – income which is relied upon to be able to provide vital care and support for dying people and their loved ones. The charity needs to raise £250,000 a week to run its Scottis…
In comparison, 543 pieces of redundancy advice were given in the whole month of April and 679 pieces in May. In February, 9% of all employment advice was in relation to redundancy.  By May this had increased to 12%, and so far in June stands at 18%. As a proportion of all employm…
Over €12 million euros has been allocated to the European Solidarity Corps in 2020 for the UK, with almost €2 million allocated for in-country activities. The next deadline to apply is 1 October 2020. The European Solidarity Corps, a programme run by the Erasmus+ UK Natio…
In addition, as a response to the Covid-19 crisis, the trust is offering previously funded e-bike grantees the chance to apply for a further £20,000 funding award for e-bikes for projects which support Scotland’s key and essential workers. This latest allocation of funds is expec…
The programme has been developed to deliver key aspects of the new Culture Strategy for Scotland and is jointly funded by the Scottish Government through the Culture, Tourism and Major Events Directorate and the Justice Directorate. Although no predetermined outcomes are set, it…

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