Community Group

20thMarch 2018

Outdoor Learning in Nature Fund


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.

8thMarch 2018

Grants for outdoor learning visits


Visit this SNH webpage to learn about travel grants to help with the cost of getting to either of Scotland’s National Parks, and locate other sources of funding.

3rdJanuary 2018

Green Infrastructure Community Engagement Fund to re-open for applications


SNH are re-opening their Community Engagement Fund to new applicants at the start of 2018. The Fund is part of SNH’s Green Infrastructure project which is working to transform some of Scotland’s most deprived urban areas by developing and improving their green spaces. Find out more via the link below.

20thApril 2017

2017/18 Cairngorms National Park travel grant scheme is now open!


The scheme is open to all schools in Scotland and voluntary groups who experience disadvantage, to make educational trips to the Cairngorms National Park. Grants of up to £200 or 75% of travel costs are available to cover the costs of transport, which is known to be a key barrier [...]

21stSeptember 2016

Free education visits to historic places


Historic Environment Scotland offers free education visits to bring more than 5,000 years of history to life. To find out more, including which groups can qualify, how to organise a visit, and what resources are available to support your visit, follow the link below.

4thMay 2016

Action Earth grants


Run in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage, any group of volunteers can apply for Action Earth grants of between £50-250 to run environmental activities in Scotland’s green spaces. This could include creating or improving wildflower meadows, ponds, woodlands or community gardens. NB exclusions include projects which involve pupils on school [...]

4thJune 2015

Forestry Commission Scotland Community Fund 2015/16


The FCS Community Fund supports community groups and organisations that are encouraging and facilitating greater use of woods by people to derive health, well-being and community benefits, and is now open for applications for activities to be delivered between 1 April 2015 and 1 March 2016.