Core Funding Programme

The Fallago Environment Fund's Core Funding Programme has been created in recognition that the work of many organisations is highly relevant to the aims of the Fund.  It is also recognised that the lack of core funding can impair the productivity of such organisations.  For this reason, the Fund will consider funding core costs but only when these can be clearly linked to deliverables that are complementary to the aims of the Fund (the aim of the Fund is ‘to enhance the quality of life for local communities and visitors to the Borders through investment in the protection, enhancement and appreciation of the natural, built and cultural heritage of the Scottish Borders environment’). 

However, please note that the main focus of the Fund will be the Main Grants Programme, details of which can be found here, and that a smaller proportion of the Fund's resources will be assigned to the Core Funding Programme.

CORE FUNDING PROGRAMME

What is the Core Funding Programme?
The main emphasis of the Fund will be on capital projects that leave a long term legacy. However, core funding support will be considered, in exceptional circumstances, to those organisations that can clearly demonstrate how their activities complement and deliver on the aim of the Fund.

How to apply
The Core Funding Programme application form can be downloaded here.
The application form must be completed electronically and there are extensive guidance notes included on the form.  General guidance notes for the Fallago Environment Fund are also available online here

How much can I apply for?
Core funding of up to £5,000 per annum, up to a maximum of three years (£15,000).

What is the Aim of the Fund?
To enhance the quality of life for local communities and visitors to the Borders through investment in the protection, enhancement and appreciation of the natural, built and cultural heritage of the Scottish Borders environment.

What are our deadlines for completed applications?
1st September and 1st March.

Who can apply? (you must be able to meet all 3 criteria)
• community, voluntary, charitable groups or other relevant organisations. Applications from individuals will only be accepted under exceptional circumstances.
• projects which operate within the Scottish Borders local authority area or the parish of Gifford
• projects which contribute to the Aim of the Fund

Whom do I contact for help?
Please contact Tweed Forum on 01896 849723 or fallago@tweedforum.org.
 

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