Corra Foundation - Henry Duncan Awards

Summary

The Henry Duncan Awards supports grassroots charities in Scotland with an income of less than £500,000 which are delivering programmes or services clearly focused on improving the quality of life for people who are disadvantaged. There is particular interest in applications which are focused on supporting: vulnerable children and young people, isolated older people, carers, families in poverty and people affected by disability or mental health issues. The Corra Foundation was previously called The Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland.


Fund details

Status:
Currently Closed
Type:
Grant
Source:
Trust/Foundation
When to apply:
The Corra Foundation is planning to undertake a review of their Henry Duncan Grants criteria and processes later this year. To allow them the time and resource to focus on the review, they will have two Henry Duncan Grants funding rounds this year, with Trustees considering applications in February and again early in June. The amount of funding available will not change, but it will all be granted during the first six months of 2019. In 2019 they will consider applications for funding in February and June. The closing date for applications to be considered at the June board meeting is 4 March 2019.
Next deadline:
04 Mar 2019
Charities only:
Yes
Website:
https://www.corra.scot/grant-programmes/henry-duncan-grants/
Email:
[email protected]
Phone:
0131 444 4020
How to apply
A new online application will be available in December 2019
Exclusions
This fund lists a large number of exclusions: check the website for more details.

Fund award sizes

Minimum:
No minimum provided
Maximum:
£7,000
Average:
£4,500
Annually awarded:
£1,300,000
Notes on award amounts:
No notes on award amounts

Organisation

Name:
Corra Foundation
Charity number:
SC009481
Website:
https://www.corra.scot/
Email:
No funder email address
Phone:
0131 444 4020
Address:
Riverside House, 502 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, EH11 3AF

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Geographical Areas

  • Scotland

Activities

  • Housing and shelter
  • Advising and informing
  • Citizenship and community involvement
  • Community development and regeneration
  • Education and Training
  • Employability services
  • General charitable activities
  • Health care and wellbeing

Beneficiaries

  • Black and ethnic minorities
  • Carers
  • Economically/socially disadvantaged
  • Families
  • Mental health conditions
  • Ill-health
  • Disabilities
  • Local communities
  • Victims of crime and abuse
  • Volunteers