2020 is the Year of Coasts and Waters. Nature Reserve Travel Grants of up to £500 are also available through Plunge In! The Coasts and Waters Community Fund to allow groups of young people to connect with our coasts and waters by visiting one of Scotland’s many stunning national or [...]
£81,000 is available for projects which support the sustainable development of our communities and the area’s natural, cultural and built heritage. The scheme is open to a range of organisations to help support projects that deliver against one or more of the outcomes listed in the National Park Partnership Plan. [...]
The Green Infrastructure Fund (GIF) and the Green Infrastructure Community Engagement Fund (GICEF) aim to create better places and enhance the quality of life of urban dwellers by improving the quality, accessibility and quantity of green infrastructure in our major towns and cities. Eligible applicant organisations are Public Sector or [...]
Young Placechangers are young people between the ages of 12-25 who want to change their local environment for the better. The Young Placechangers Ideas Fund supports Youth Groups to engage with others in their communities to take action to improve the environmental quality, biodiversity, playability and vibrancy of neighbourhoods. For [...]
This fund opens for applications on 26 September 2018. The closing date for applications is midnight on 31 October 2018. Further information including Round 2 Information for Applicants document is available via the link below. Round 2 is specifically targeted at Tier 2 activity which supports the Learning in Local [...]
This Scottish Youth Hostel Association fund is available for schools and youth groups to support accommodation and full catering costs for up to 3 nights in any of the Hostelling Scotland Youth Hostels. This includes sites in both the Cairngorms and Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Parks. The closing date [...]
Funding is available for projects that help enhance the National Park as a place to live, work and visit, and support the National Park Partnership Plan and local Community Action Plans outcomes. £10,000 of the fund has been ring-fenced for projects that deliver a range of benefits for or work [...]
Scottish Natural Heritage has launched a two year Outdoor Learning in Nature Fund, to support more young people to have regular, frequent, structured and progressive outdoor learning experiences. Applications are invited by midnight on 30 April 2018.