The Robertson Trust awarded over £2.4 million to 100 organisations across Scotland in September.
Awards ranged from £1,500 to £120,000 and included:
- £45,000 towards the salary costs of a specialist tutor at the Bridges Project (see all awards for East Lothian and Midlothian)
- £40,500 towards the Feet, Falls and Fire Project, run by ROAR-Connections for Life Ltd (see all Renfrewshire awards)
- £42,000 towards a specialist dementia worker at Tagsa Uibhist (see all Western Isles awards)
- £75,000 towards Scottish Ballet's Community Engagement Programme (see all Scotland-wide awards)
- £19,500 towards the Sanquhar pattern knitting programme at Upper Nithsdale Arts and Crafts Community Initiative (see all Dumfries & Galloway awards)
- £2,500 towards the jewellery making workshops at Angus Young Engineers (AYE) After School Club (see all Angus awards)
These awards are the last to be awarded under our old funding categories, with November's meeting marking the beginning of our three new funding strands - Care & Wellbeing, Strengthening Communities and Realising Potential - as set out in our Giving Strategy 2016-19. For more information on these, visit our What We Fund page.
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