Voices: Inverclyde Shed
In our Voices series, we share the stories and opinions from our funded organisations who are helping to find solutions to poverty and trauma in Scotland. The latest group is Inverclyde Shed which aims to advance the social needs, health and well-being of people living in the area.
Launch of our new funds
The guidance for our new funds is available from today, meaning Scotland’s charities and community organisations will be able to access funding to support work which aims to alleviate the effects of poverty and trauma on individuals and communities across the country.
New 2020-30 strategy launches
We are delighted to announce the launch of our new strategy for 2020-30.
Response to press reports
Our statement is now available.
Internship reflections: Stephanie Martin
Earlier this week, we put out a call to organisations interested in hosting a Robertson Scholar for our 2021 Summer Internship Scheme. In this blog, Stephanie Martin tells us about her experience with the National Library of Scotland in summer 2020.
November funding awards announced
We are delighted to announce the latest recipients of funding since the launch of our new strategy in September.
Hosts sought for 2021 Summer Internship Scheme
We are once again keen to hear from organisations who may be interested in hosting a Robertson Scholar for our Summer Internship Scheme next year.
Making a difference - Airdrie Foodbank
We offer funding to charitable organisations that support people and communities in Scotland who are living with poverty or trauma – this is our overarching focus. Following our first funding announcement of our 2020-30 strategy, we spoke with one of the recipients, Airdrie Foodbank, to find out more about its work and the impact it is working towards.
New times announced - meet with our funding team
Our next Giving Time session will be hosted on the 9th December. Sessions will take place on Zoom with half hour slots available throughout the day.