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Connecting Scotland is a Scottish Government programme set up to tackle digital exclusion during the coronavirus crisis.
Phase three is now underway and aims to remove barriers related to digital exclusion for unemployed young people and adults (aged 16+).
The Clubs in Crisis Fund supports sports clubs and organisations delivering sport for development that have been negatively affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The FCC Scottish Action Fund provides grants of between £2,000 and £40,000 to not-for-profit organisations for projects which have community and environmental benefits.
It will consider applications for a wide range of projects eligible under the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF):
Funding of £10.83 million has been allocated for the remainder of this year to help improve access to Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
The investment will also increase the numbers of trained professionals to support children and young people with neurodevelopmental support needs.
The National Lottery's Together for our Planet Fund is offering £1,000 to £10,000 to support communities to take action on climate change.
Open to voluntary or community groups, projects should reflect what matters to your community and can be small in scale. They could cover an area like:
Not-for-profit community groups in rural areas can now apply for funding of up to £50,000, to trial new and innovative ways to address local challenges and benefit from local opportunities.
Leading Scotland safely out of the pandemic, urgently confronting climate change, driving a green, fair economic recovery, and boosting opportunities for children and young people are among the core priorities in this year’s Programme for Government (PfG), published today.
Not-for-profit community groups in rural areas will soon be able to apply for funding of up to £50,000 to trial new and innovative ways to address local challenges and benefit from local opportunities.