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  • The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland Find Out About Funding

    Created: 01/03/2021

    When: 10:30, Thursday 11 March 2021
    Where: This is an online event
    This event is being organised by The National Lottery Community Fund
    This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    Are you looking for funding to help your community thrive? The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland fund everything from small community projects needing a few hundred pounds to get started to established organisations looking for larger amounts of funding to continue and develop their services.

    They are running a webinar about the funding in Scotland on Thursday 11 March.

    Anyone interested can sign up for this session online.

    If you are working in Scotland, come along to a webinar to find out:

    • Who can apply for funding
    • What kinds of thing the funding can be used for
    • Hints and tips for getting funding
    • How to check if your idea could be funded, and start applying

    You will be given an overview of available funds, some tips, and a chance to ask questions.

    For more information visit this weblink

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