Awards for All Scotland
A quick and easy way to get small Lottery grants of between £500 and £10,000
- Funding size:
- £500 - £10,000
- Application deadline:
Awards for All Scotland is an easy way for smaller organisations to get small amounts of funding.
It is focussed on organisations who have not received a grant from the programme in the last three years.
Awards For All Scotland gives groups a chance to apply for a grant of between £500 and £10,000 for projects that aim to help improve local communities and the lives of people most in need.
You can apply to Awards For All Scotland if you are a not for profit / voluntary or community group, social enterprise, community council, school or statutory body.
We will fund a range of projects which involve bringing local people together, helping people learn, improving local spaces and getting people more active.
The programme is a partnership between the Big Lottery Fund Scotland and sportscotland
Awards For All can fund a range of activities, these include:
- putting on an event, activity or performance
- buying new equipment or materials
- improvements or additions to community buildings or play facilities
- paying expenses for volunteers
- transport costs
- staff costs (refer to guidance) / sessional fees
We’ll pay for some or all of your project costs for up to 12 months, for a new or existing project.
Like most funding programmes, Awards for All Scotland often receives more applications than we can fund. Because of this we give some types of project priority when we are oversubscribed.
It should be noted that meeting one or more of these priorities is not essential to receive funding.
You are more likely to be successful if your:
- organisations with an annual income of less than £250,000, state schools and nurseries.
- organisation has not received funding from Awards For All Scotland in the last three years
- beneficiaries are mainly black and minority ethnic people (including refugees, asylum seekers and new migrants)
- beneficiaries are mainly disabled people
- beneficiaries are mainly lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
- beneficiaries are mainly older people
- beneficiaries are mainly carers