Grants History

Grants History

Bank of Scotland Foundation is an independent charity providing grants to local, regional and national charities across Scotland, supporting people and their local communities.

Since November 2010, Bank of Scotland Foundation has provided over £14m to charities making positive change across Scotland.

Please click on a region on the map or choose from the "select a region" menu to see the successful grants in that area.

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Bank of Scotland Foundation Grants Searchable table showing grants by region, charity, amount and year
Region Constituency Charity Name Details of Funding Amount Year
North East Scotland Aberdeen Donside Abernecessities Contribution towards Operations Team Leader salary and Fresh Start Packs. £21,260 2021
North East Scotland Angus North and Mearns Angus Young Engineers Contribution towards salary and equipment costs. £4,565 2021
South Scotland Kilmarnock and Irvine Valley Ayrshire Cancer Support Contribution towards salary cost of Counsellor. £17,400 2021
Central Scotland Motherwell and Wishaw Befriend Motherwell Staff and running costs of a befriending project. £7,360 2021
Glasgow Glasgow Kelvin Bike for Good Contribution towards salary and training costs. £20,865 2021
South Scotland Kilmarnock and Irvine Valley Break The Silence Contribution towards salary and running costs. £23,000 2021
Lothians Almond Valley Carers of West Lothian Salary cost of Counsellor and associated expenses. £21,430 2021
National Benefit Child Brain Injury Trust Contribution towards salary and running costs. £17,666 2021
Highlands & Islands Argyll and Bute Comar Contribution towards programme running costs. £1,980 2021
National Benefit Community Money Advice (CMA) Contribution towards salary and running costs of a money advice service. £8,868 2021

Case Studies

Click a case study below to see how we are helping a range of organisations.