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26 organisations share £436,500 in latest awards

Please note that The Robertson Trust has published its new Giving Strategy. This sets out the priorities we will have when awarding funds through our open grants programme. The existing application form and guidelines can still be used until July 31st. In line with our existing procedures, we will aim to assess and present all applications received by this date to our September Board meeting. In the event that we are unable to do so, your application may be held until our November meeting. In such cases a member of staff will contact you and provide any assistance required to realign your application with the new Giving Strategy. Find out all you need to know here.

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Care and Wellbeing - £104,000 (8 awards) 

This strand focuses on improving people’s physical and mental health. It recognises the need to address the significant health inequalities which exist in Scotland and reduce the levels of exclusion faced by some of the most vulnerable members of our society. Find out more here.

Scottish Young Dance  - £30,000 (Small Grant)
The New Horizons Project
Aberdeen City; Aberdeenshire; Stirling
 
Support Help And Integration In Perthshire - £20,000 (Small Continue 2-3)
Towards the salary costs of the Service Manager
Perth and Kinross
 
Larkhall & District Volunteer Group - £18,000 (Small Continue 2-3)
The '21st Century Fit for Life' activity programme
South Lanarkshire
 
The Warblers - £12,000 (Small Grant)
The Singing Programme
East Lothian; Midlothian
 
bOunceT Innovative Occupational Therapy CIC - £8,500 (Small Grant)
The Salary Costs of the Play Coordinator
Clackmannanshire; Falkirk; Stirling
 
TRACTion Cancer Support - £8,000 (Small Grant)
Scotland’s first dedicated ADT Cancer support hub
Glasgow City
 
Shopmobility Lochaber - £4,000 (Small Grant)
The Costs of Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance & Replacement

Highland
Happy Days - £3,500 (Small Grant)
Visiting theatre performances for children from Scotland
Aberdeen City; Aberdeenshire; East Ayrshire; Fife; Glasgow City; Inverclyde; North Ayrshire
 


Strengthening Communities - £210,000 (12 awards)

This strand was developed in response to the social inequalities in Scotland. Within Strengthening Communities we hope to support work which benefits those who have been disproportionately affected either economically, or due to the marginalised nature of their peer group. Find out more here.

One Parent Families Scotland - £32,000 (Main Grant continue 2-3)
The direct staff costs of the Dundee Flexible Childcare Service
Dundee
 
Whiteinch Centre - £30,000 (Main Grant continue 4-5)
The Volunteer Coordinator for the Volunteer Programme
Glasgow
 
Fairfield Sports & Leisure Club - £26,000 (Main Grant 2-3)
the Community Development Manager
Angus
 
Community Development Company of Nesting - £20,000 (Small Grant)
Aald Skül Renovation
Shetland Isles
 
Newton Stewart Rugby Football Club - £20,000 (Small Grant)
Newton Stewart Rugby Club Facility Upgrade
Dumfries and Galloway
 
Dunfermline East Church of Scotland - £20,000 (Small Grant)
The Capital Costs of the Annexe
Fife
 
Isaro Social Integration Network - £17,000 (Small Continue 4-5)
Running costs
Glasgow City; West Dunbartonshire
 
Whiteness & Weisdale Public Hall - £15,000 (Small Grant)
The Upgrade of Whiteness & Weisdale Public Hall
Shetland Islands
 
Health and Wellness Hub - £13,000 (Small Grant 2-3)
The Costs of the Wellness Coaches
North Lanarkshire
 
Creative Stirling - £10,000 (Small Grant)
The Community Development Officer
Stirling
 
Irongray Community Trust- £4,000 (Small Grant)
The Upgrade of Shawhead Village Hall
Dumfries and Galloway
 
The Zone Initiative Limited - £3,000 (Small Grant)
The Play Park Extension
East Ayrshire
 



Realising Potential - £122,500 (6 awards)

This strand is based on recognition that there are social and educational inequalities in Scotland which emerge from a very young age. By supporting activities, projects and organisations that seek to address these inequalities The Robertson Trust aims to support more young people to reach positive destinations. Find out more here

North West Carers Centre - £34,000 (Main Grant continue 4-5)
The Young Carers Project
Edinburgh City
 
Bridging The Gap - £32,000 (Main Grant continue 4-5)
The Youth Cafe
Glasgow City
 
St. George's & St. Peter's Community Association - £27,000 (Small Grant)
The Children and Youth Work Project (BEE)
Glasgow City
 
Galloway District Scout Council - £15,000 (Small Grant)
The Refurbishment of Kirkcudbright Scout Hall
Dumfries and Galloway
 
Tall Ships Youth Trust - £10,500 (Small Grant)
Support for Disadvantaged Young People from Scotland
Scotland wide
 
Wild Things Scotland CIC - £4,000 (Small Grant)
The Sessional Workers and Workshop Materials for the Woodland
South Lanarkshrie