The Pavillion Youth Café is a Glasgow based charity providing support to 40+ children and young people in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow.
The Trust was delighted to support SABRC with an award towards veterinary and feed costs.
The Trust was delighted to support the first women-only wheelchair basketball club based in Glasgow. An award was made in November 2015 to enable the club to purchase 10 purpose-built wheelchairs.
The Trust awarded Riddell Fiddles £3,000 to set up their Bannerfield Buskers inclusive music group for young people in the Selkirk area.
Dunfermline based 4 Arts is a registered charity managed by a small team of volunteers. The group offer access to art classes to disadvantaged groups as a tool to develop self-esteem and personal development.
Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue Project is a registered charity managed by a group of volunteers across Scotland focussing on the re-homing of SSBT and providing education and training to owners on the wellbeing of the breed.
Kirkriggs After School Boccia Club is a family focussed group offering 25 adults and children with special needs from across Glasgow the opportunity to play Boccia. Boccia is a precision ball sport similar to bowls and Petanque.
The Holiday Project is a registered charity providing low cost respite holidays to disadvantaged people in East Ayrshire at their 4 caravans based at Sandylands Holiday Park in Saltcoats.
Portobello Older Peoples Project is a registered charity with 14 volunteers offering over 20 older people the chance to meet two times per week for lunch, exercise classes, activities and trips.
Artbeat Studios offer a range of accessible painting, music and arts sessions for the whole community in a supportive environment.
Learn more about the five main areas that the Trust supports.
Alternatively download the Application Form which should be completed in association with the Guidance Notes.