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NAC Funding Surgery – 11th March

March 11 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

North Ayrshire Ventures Trust

up to £30K funding for up to 3 years for major projects that have a significant impact on communities and assist in the sustainability of the organisation and the economic development within its area of operation. Funding can be applied for to support staffing, revenue costs, equipment and capital refurbishments

There are 4 funding rounds per year usually March, May, August, November

Scotland Scottish Charity No. SCO29608.

Nurturing excellence in communities fund

Apply for grants from £250 to £1000, for community and voluntary organisations.

new organisations – apply for a start-up grant of up to £250

gala days, festivals, events – apply for a grant of up to £500

youth groups/organisations – apply for a grant of up to £1000

organisations putting together a package for funding from different sources – apply for up to £1000

There are usually 4 funding rounds per year coinciding with Locality Planning Meeting Dates in each of the 6 localities

Town Charitable Trusts

The council holds charitable trusts for the relief of poverty, the relief of those in need, the provision of recreational facilities and organisation of recreational activities for disadvantaged groups and, in the case of the Beith and Gateside Fund only, the advancement of education.

Applications will be considered from organisations who assist persons living in these areas and from individuals who live in these towns.

Beith and Gateside

Kilbirnie and Glengarnock

Dalry

Irvine

Kilwinning

Largs

Guidance can be found in the Town Charitable Trust guide (PDF, 183kb).

There are usually 4 funding rounds per year coinciding with Locality Planning Meeting Dates in each of the 6 localities

Common Good Fund

North Ayrshire Council administers Common Good funds for:

Ardrossan

Irvine

Largs

Millport

Saltcoats

Stevenston

The criteria for the Common Good Fund is that the application must benefit all, or a significant group, of the inhabitants of the area to which the Common Good relates.

There is no upper or lower limit, however applications tend to be for £200 – £5,000.

There are usually 4 funding rounds per year coinciding with Locality Planning Meeting Dates in each of the 6 localities

Community benefit fund

An annual community benefit payment made by Infinis, the operators of the Ardrossan Wind Farm, and administered by North Ayrshire Council.

Applications can only be accepted from constituted community groups located within:

Ardrossan – you can apply up to £4,000

Saltcoats – you can apply up to £2,000

Stevenston – you can apply up to £2,000

the Isle of Arran – you can apply up to £1,000

For more information see our Community benefit fund guide (PDF, 50kb).

Scottish landfill communities fund

The council contributes some of its landfill tax towards environmental improvement projects. This is administered on behalf of North Ayrshire Council by LandTrust.

Margaret Archibald Bequest

A trust for the charitable purposes of persons in need who have attained the age of 65 and live in the Parish of Dalry.

The Trust is administered by North Ayrshire Council as Trustee through the Garnock Valley and West Kilbride Area Committee who approves any awards for funding.

There is no upper or lower limit for this fund, however grant awards tend to be under £1,000.

Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Organiser

The Ayrshire Community Trust
Phone:
01294 443044
Email:
info@theayrshirecommunitytrust.co.uk

Venue

TACT Office
27-29 Vernon Street
Saltcoats, North Ayrshire KA21 5HE United Kingdom
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Phone:
1294443044
Website:
http://www.tact.scot