A Zero Waste Scotland fund to support communications on litter prevention will close for applications on 18 December 2015.
The Litter Communications Capital Grant Programme is available to cover the capital costs for producing materials based on Zero Waste Scotland's new litter prevention communications toolkit.
Funding Scotland - the free online funding search engine - has celebrated its first birthday.
From small grants to funding for big capital projects, they can help you track down the funding you need to make a difference in your community.
The Tesco Local Community Scheme for community greenspace projects is now open for applications until 11 December 2015.
The money raised from the 5p bag charge in Tesco stores will be used to pay for a large number of local projects to improve greenspaces in communities across Scotland, England and Wales. The grant scheme is administered by Groundwork, working with greenspace scotland to deliver the programme in Scotland.
Scottish Rural Network Support Unit's Development Officer Don Morrison reports on recent launch events for the two new LEADER programmes in Aberdeenshire.
The new LEADER programmes for North and South Aberdeenshire were launched recently at packed events across the regions.
All three launch events had very encouraging interaction and included a run through of the application process and an opportunity to question local LEADER staff as well as discuss possible new projects.
Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil has announced that a £1.7 million fund will help communities revitalise their town centres.
The Cabinet Secretary revealed offers have gone out to 21 town centre groups which will help communities deliver capital projects, including projects in Crieff, Elgin, Fort William and Lanark.
Moray LEADER is now recruiting for Local Action Group members for the 2014-2020 programme.
Moray has been approved for funding to operate the 2014-2020 LEADER Programme, with European Union and Scottish Government funding of over £3.4 million. The programme will be overseen by a Local Action Group (LAG) for which volunteers are now being recruited.
Cairngorms LEADER have opened a Small Grants Programme to fund quick-impact small projects.
You can apply for grants between £500 and £5,000 for projects that benefit those who live, work and visit the Cairngorms National Park.
Cairngorms LEADER can fund from 50% to 100% of total project costs, and can even pay up to 50% of the total grant awarded in advance.
The rural charity RSABI has launched its 2015/16 Help for Heating Fund.
Fixed grants of £300 are available to anyone with a background in farming, crofting, forestry, horticulture, fish-farming, game-keeping and rural estate work, who is in fuel poverty (when a household has to spend 10% or more of its income to maintain acceptable levels of warmth) and meets RSABI criteria for receiving financial help.
RSABI Welfare Manager, John Macfarlane, who oversees the Help for Heating Fund said: