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Funding Opportunities I Corra Foundation

Published: November 30, 2021


Henry Duncan Grants – Micro Grants

This year’s Henry Duncan Grants will fund community-based support for mental health and wellbeing.

Micro Grants are open to applications – one-off grants of max. £1,000 open to small charities and community groups.

Organisation Grants and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Project Grants strands are now closed.

Winter Support Fund 

The Winter Support Small Grants Fund is a £500,000 Scottish Government fund administered by Corra Foundation. The purpose of the Winter Support Small Grants Fund is to provide small grants to charities and community groups across Scotland who can pass the funding on to families and individuals on low incomes.

The Promise Partnership – A Good Childhood

The Promise Partnership – A Good Childhood is an investment of circa £3.25m from the Scottish Government. The investment aims to build upon or put structures in place that will create the space to think, plan and co-design changes that ensure a Good Childhood, in-line with Scotland’s commitment to #KeepThePromise.

Drugs Services Funds

The numbers of drug-related deaths in Scotland are too high. These deaths are tragic and avoidable and reducing them is a priority for all of us. The Scottish Government is now leading a national mission to improve lives, backed by significant additional resources. There remains a lot of hard work ahead, but with extra investment in essential services, the work we do will be more secure and signals a determination to make change and no longer to fail those who need and deserve our help.

The Equity Programme

*Please note that this programme is not an open application process.

Stewart Investors have donated £150,000 to Corra Foundation to be distributed to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities affected by the coronavirus pandemic.  This work is being developed by Corra, and will work alongside Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities and networks.

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