Covid-19 Response Grants – Applications now invited for 21/22
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, our Community Grants Scheme transitioned to a Covid-19 Response Scheme in June 2020. The aim of this was to support local organisations and community groups across Forth Valley to address a reduction in health inequalities and/or improve mental health and wellbeing.
Since the scheme was launched, it has provided funding to 94 organisations, across Forth Valley. In addition to this, PPE and hygiene products have been supplied to some organisations to support their activities.
Funding was allocated to a wide range of organisations who found new and innovative ways of providing services and support to a range of individuals and groups. Examples of organisations include schools, nurseries, community groups and sports clubs amongst others.
For more information on how to apply, see the Covid-19 Response – Community Grants page.
The case studies below demonstrate the impact of the grants and the difference they have made within a large number of our local communities. They also illustrate the valuable work that staff, volunteers and communities across Forth Valley have undertaken during the pandemic, to support local individuals and communities.
- 11th Bridge of Allan Scout Group
- 1st Stenhouse Rainbows
- 51st Dennyloanhead Scout Group
- Alloa Saints Football club
- Avonbridge Community Association
- Bannockburn nursery
- Breathe Easy Clackmannanshire
- Craigbank Nursery
- Dunblane Development Trust
- Dunblane Nursery
- Epilepsy Connections
- Falkirk and District Association for Mental Health (FDAMH)
- Falkirk Council Community Learning Resettlement Team
- Fallin Primary School
- Forth Valley Sensory Centre
- Healed Scars
- Keeping Larbert and Stenhousemuir Beautiful
- Kincardine in Menteith & Thornhill Primary Schools
- Laurieston Bowling Club
- Meadowbank Cars 4u
- Neuro Central
- Raploch Community Partnership
- Reachout with Arts in Mind
- Sauchie Active8
- Stenhouse Rangers
- Sunnyside ELC
- Tilly Community Larder
- Transform Forth Valley (Time 4 Us)
- Wee County Archers