Bank of Scotland Foundation, has announced that 63 charities have been awarded a share of £1,036,105 from its Reach grant programme, which helps make positive and lasting change in communities across Scotland.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for enthusiastic and driven individuals to join Bank of Scotland Foundation as Trustees. Trustees play a vital role, overseeing the management of the Foundation and acting as ambassadors for the Foundation across every sector of society.
Bank of Scotland Foundation, an independent charity supporting people and their local communities across Scotland, is launching its Invest grant programme today - a multi-year programme for charities helping vulnerable people manage various financial issues.
Since the Foundation launched on 10th November 2010, its funding has helped to improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across Scotland, addressing areas such as unemployment, poverty, digital inclusion, mental health and homelessness in some of Scotland’s most deprived areas.
Eight charities across Scotland have received the first grant awards from Bank of Scotland Foundation’s new Invest programme, which will help to ensure financial certainty during these exceptionally difficult times.
Bank of Scotland Foundation recognises that Coronavirus will have an impact on charities throughout Scotland. In many instances, charities will be even more crucial than ever in providing practical and emotional support and tackling isolation.