Small grants, big impact
Scotland Funders’ Forum and Scottish Grantmakers have come together to highlight how small amounts of money can have high impact in communities, particularly in challenging times. This free event will bring together Scotland’s funders and grantmakers, policy makers and support agencies in a rare opportunity to spend the day improving our collective knowledge and understanding.
We’ll hear from innovative small projects, key speakers, discuss prominent current issues such as welfare reform, older people and early years and make connections in the market place. We’ll exchange information on how we can effectively support community activity at the grass roots level.
If you are a provider of grassroots community support please join us to learn and share by registering here http://is.gd/starterfor10k
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The Scotland Funders’ Forum is a gathering of funders in Scotland, including statutory bodies and independent grant making trusts, who are committed to best practice in funding the voluntary and community sector and to maximising the impact of funding for the benefit of Scotland.
The Scottish Grant-MakingTrusts Group (known as Scottish Grantmakers) was established in 1993 and comprises individuals who are involved in the practical administration of grant-making in Scotland, normally holding key positions in their trusts or foundations.