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  • National Lottery funding progamme guide for Scotland

    Created: 22/02/2022
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance

    National Lottery Communities Fund and Awards for All Scotland (NLCF) have provided a simple guide to their main funding programmes for Scotland.

    These are:
    ·  National Lottery Awards for All Scotland (up to £10,000) for community or sports projects.
    ·  Young Start (up to £100,000) for projects with children and young people where they play an active role in development, design and delivery.
    ·  Community Led (up to £150,000) for broad community wellbeing activities, in a local area, led by local people.
    ·  Improving Lives (up to £200,000) to tackle specific needs, local or regional projects.
    ·  Scottish Land Fund (up to £1 million) for community-led organisations that want to take ownership of land assets, land rights or buildings important to their local community.

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