If you need further information on any of these grants schemes, how to apply or are going to apply, contact the Social Enterprise Team Tel: 01700 501371

Please note that Argyll and Bute TSI (Third Sector Interface) is here to help organisations with funding opportunities and applications. Call 0300 303 4141 or email us at

Check our latest Monthly Funding Alert for the latest news on funding - the new funding alert for October is now available

There is information on SCVO website for community groups based : see

For more funding ideas and a chance to do your own funding search, check our funding webpages

Argyll and Bute Third Sector Interface (TSI) also have links to funding sources on their website - Argyll and Bute TSI - Grants and Funding

Community Response, Recovery and Resilience Fund
In partnership with the National Emergencies Trust, Foundation Scotland is delivering the Community Response, Recovery and Resilience Fund. Immediate funding to support constituted community groups and charities that are responding to the coronavirus pandemic in their local community. Funding between £1,000 and £5,000– focused on immediate community needs. This fund is currently paused and not open to new applications at this time.  Full details are available on the Foundation Scotland website

The National Emergencies Trust
The National Emergencies Trust (NET) launched an appeal on the 18th of March 2020 to raise funds to help local charities to support those individuals suffering hardship as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Foundation Scotland are working with The National Emergencies Trust and UKCF and the wider network to distribute money raised through a number of charitable organisations, to ensure it reaches those who need it most.
This fund reopened to applications on 3rd August
More information is available on the SVCO website here -

Morrisons Foundation - COVID-19 Homeless Support Fund
Morrisons Foundation grants are available to support charities caring for the homeless during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.