Member Body Support
Member Body Support Programme
The Member Body Support Programme is designed to assist horsescotland in the delivery of its core operating functions by working with Member Bodies and Clubs to achieve the key outcome of increasing levels of participation.
Submission Deadline Date
18th January 2024
14th March 2024
25th April 2024
23rd May 2024
22nd August 2024
3rd October 2024
21st November 2024
Board Meeting Date
1st February 2024
28th March 2024
9th May 2024
6th June 2024
5th September 2024
17th October 2024
5th December 2024
Please return the following form to email@example.com before the deadline.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
More advice on how to apply can be found on the 'how to apply' page.
The application form can be found by clicking the PDF icon or clicking here.
The Weir Charitable Trust aims to support Scottish-based community groups and small charities to provide services across Scotland to help the Scottish community. It funds supports services/projects that encourage and increase public participation in sport.
Baillie Gifford Grassroots Sports fund
The criteria of the Grassroots Sports fund is to improve the quality and participation in sport for all, remove barriers to participation, and improve sustainability. They will consider applications for:
Purchasing sports equipment, excluding items of clothing
Coaching and coaching development costs
Encouraging the inclusion of minority groups and those facing barriers to entry
In light of Covid-19, and difficulties with lost income and funding, they will also consider applications for support of general running costs
Applications can be submitted at any time.
Local Giving and Magic Little Grants
Magic Little Grants has now launched, with applications taking just 10 minutes to fill out and submit!
We will be awarding £500 grants to 2,650 charitable organisations on Localgiving. We are so pleased to have expanded the number of grantees this year as we know how popular these grants have proven for our charities. We would like to extend a huge thank you to the support and contributions from the Players of the People’s Postcode Lottery, who make this programme possible.
This year we will be funding more organisations than we ever have before and we will still be spreading this funding out far and wide across the country. Last year we expanded our eligibility criteria which will remain this year. In previous years, funding had to go towards projects that were delivering sports or physical activities. But this year funding can go towards any of the following projects:
Improving mental wellbeing
Enabling community participation in the arts
Preventing or reducing the impact of poverty
Supporting marginalised groups and promoting equality
Improving biodiversity and green spaces
Enabling participation in physical activity
Responding to the climate emergency and promoting sustainability
Increasing community access to outdoor space