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Engage Daily Update - 13 December
Engage Daily Update - 13 December

Engage Daily Update - 13 December

13/12/2021



 

This week’s gift is really all about giving – as we’ll be highlighting different funders and what kind of work/projects they can support. We’ve collected some of our more frequently requested funding projects and highlighted just some of the great funders out there.  

 

Travel  

Funders who will accept funding for mini-buses, travel expenses etc.  

The Robertson Trust

The Chestnut Fund 

National Lottery Awards for All Scotland
 

Engage can take you through a free funding search to find more suitable funders. Contact info@engagerenfrewshire.com  

 

Support for Organisations

SENScot December Newsletter

 

Making Work Work

Do you know a women looking to get back into work after a career break?
 
The award-winning ‘Making Work Work’ programme could be just the thing she needs to get her confidence back and increase her networks.
 
Application to the free 5-week online programme takes just over half an hour and could get ‘Making a New Year’s Resolution’ off the ‘to do list’!
 
See website for full programme details: https://thechallengesgroup.com/home/our-work/makingworkwork/
 
Contact for questions: womenreturners@thechallengesgroup.com

 

Funder of the Week

LUSH supports small, grassroots organisations around the world working in environment, animal protection and human rights. They look for organisations that take on issues that others don't, those that push the boundaries and challenge mainstream opinion.
They support non-violent direct action groups that play an important part in bringing about social change and prioritise projects that aim to create long-term change
'Charity Pot' is a Lush hand and body cream where 100% of all sales (minus local taxes) are distributed as grants, to groups working in the areas of:

  • Animal Protection
  • Environment     
  • Human Rights (incl. social justice, peace & equality)

Charity Pot grants range from £100, up to a maximum of £10,000 per project/application. The average Charity Pot grant is between £2,000 - £4,000.  It is unusual to award the maximum of £10,000, as this reduces the range of projects that can be supported.
Charity Pot grants do not fund individuals, only organisations and groups. Your group does not need to be a registered charity, Charity Pot grants support all kinds of groups, including new organisations and start-ups.  However, your group should be not-for-profit.  Applications from non-secular, religious or military organisations are not accepted.
 
For more information please go to:- https://www.lush.com/uk/en/a/charity-pot-funding-guidelines

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