supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
Carnegie Dunfermline Trust
Created/last updated: 17/03/2021
Aims and objectives
The Trust provides small grants (£300 - £10,000) for projects, activities and schemes with social community, educational, cultural, sport and recreational purposes for the benefit of those within the defined geographic area of the Trust. Applicants must be based in or intending to use the funds for the benefit of this area. We do not fund individuals, political or closed groups (except for those catering for specialist needs), military or sectarian bodies, medical organisations, routine running or salary costs or costs which are the responsibility of a statutory body. Our Trustees look for proposals that are innovative and far reaching together with those that particularly impact on young people. We are also interested in active partnerships where organisations decide to work together and adopt a joint approach. Our current strategic focus is on Poverty, Health & Wellbeing and Loneliness.
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