Frequently Asked Questions - If you are unsuccessful

If you are unsuccessful, the Trust will advise you if you can reapply for funding in the next round of grants in six months’ time. If you have not met all the criteria to be considered for an award – meeting a Qualifying Category, being based and providing services in Scotland, seeking less than £25,000 and being a small charity/community group (see How to apply) - you will not be able to reapply unless your circumstances change to meet those. Likewise, we do not fund commercial activity or businesses.

The Trust’s decision is final and cannot be appealed.

As awards are made at the discretion of Trustees, the Trust’s decision is final and cannot be appealed.

No. Awards are made at the discretion of Trustees, the Trust’s decision is final and cannot be appealed.

No.   Unfortunately due to the high number of applications we cannot provide feedback. However, you will be advised if you can re-apply after 12 months.

If you are unsuccessful, the Trust will advise you if you can reapply for funding in the next round of grants in six months’ time. But you can’t reapply with the same project if it did not meet all the criteria to be considered for an award – meeting a Qualifying Category, being based and providing services in Scotland, seeking less than £25,000 and being a small charity/community group (see How to apply)