Engage COVID 19 Update - 29 October
Engage COVID 19 Update - 29 October

Engage COVID 19 Update - 29 October


Third Sector Interface Scotland Network - Creating a Fairer Future for Scotland
The TSI Scotland Network regard this moment as a critical point where investment in the right parts of our country’s social fabric could have long-term benefits for Scotland and its people and that has been collectively based upon what we have learnt from all corners of Scotland through the last few months.

Alan from Engage Renfrewshire, which is part of the national TSI network, said “Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) across Scotland have been working with, community-led organisations, volunteers and public sector partners during the present crisis, helping to mitigate the some of the worst effects of the restrictions.  As we move forward we need to capture this spirit of partnership and use it to build a fairer future”.

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Support for Individuals

I Am Me Scotland Newsletter

Renfrewshire Carers E-Bulletin


Support for Organisations

Scottish Chamber of Commerce COVID 19 Update

LaunchMe 2020 - LaunchMe is Scotland’s social enterprise accelerator. It supports ambitious, social enterprises to scale and increase their social impact.

SCVO - Digital e:Bulletin: A Digital Guide to Help You Thrive



Funding for Charitable Projects in Great Britain and Ireland - Not-for-profit and charitable organisations that have an annual income of less than £1 million are invited to apply for grants of between £1,000 and £10,000

Small Grants - Christmas Get Togethers (payments made on the 27 November) 


Funding Update - Cash for Kids

On the run up to Christmas, groups working with young people and children will usually apply to Cash for Kids. Their website says:
We are actively working to raise funds for our next grant round. As soon as we are in a position to distribute more grants we will provide access to our online application forms.
We are prioritising applications to support families who are living in or on the brink of poverty due to coronavirus. Grants will be for a maximum of £35 per child to help families with children cover basic essentials such as food and heating and applications must be made through a recognised referral source such as social workers, health professionals, teachers and grass roots community organisations.”
With this in mind, Engage has listed a few alternative funding sources that are currently open and accepting applications, plus we’ll keep you updated as to when Cash for Kids launch their next grant round.


Online Events/Training

Social Enterprise Digital Showcase - 03 November 

Food for Life Get Togethers training team have developed two new training modules,  to help your community connect around good food

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