Corra Foundation - Henry Duncan Grants [Grassroots charities]
The Henry Duncan Grants are the foundation’s general grant-making programme which supports grassroots charities operating in Scotland. The programme is named after the Rev. Henry Duncan who had a driving concern for the under-privileged and whose vision and compassion led to the founding of the worldwide savings bank movement.
To apply to the Henry Duncan Grants, charities must have an annual income of less than £500,000 and be delivering programmes or services which are clearly focused on improving the quality of life for members of the community facing disadvantage. One-off awards of up to £7,000 are made to charities working with people who may typically be experiencing challenging family circumstances, disability, mental ill health, abuse or poverty.