Areas of low cultural engagement

UK Community Foundations

Grants for projects in all sectors of the local community. Each foundation has its own character appropriate to the location and grants may be made to a wide range of activities including: health; children and young people; arts and culture; the environment; services.
 

The February Foundation

Grants are available to UK registered charities for a range of charitable projects, particularly the relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage; and for the advancement of education, the advancement of the arts, culture, and heritage.

 

Cookie Mathieson Charitable Trust

The trust supports charitable causes which promote education and the practice, enjoyment and appreciation of the musical and pictorial arts in Scotland. The trustees aim to support activities that provide wide public benefit in pursuance of these purposes. A number of the Trust's grants are to organisation that operate in Fife and Tayside.

 

The Maple Trust

This small trust supports charities working in Scotland and overseas – focusing on children and young people, community arts, social justice, international development, health and wellbeing and community outreach programmes.

 

The William Syson Foundation

The Foundation's objectives are: A) the advancement of the arts, heritage and culture, including (but not restricted to) promoting, developing and ensuring the practice and enjoyment of the arts, including music, the visual arts, theatre and literature as the directors in their absolute and uncontrolled discretion think fit; and B) without prejudice to the forgoing generality, the charity will have a particular (but not exclusive) focus on S