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  • Foundation Scotland - Scotch Whisky Action Fund

    Created: 18/01/2022

    Foundation Scotland's Scotch Whisky Action Fund will support and develop a range of projects/initiatives which deliver targeted interventions designed to tackle alcohol-related harms across three themes: young people (aged under 18); families; communities.

    The Fund will focus on applications from new/innovative or pilot initiatives which aim to test new approaches and which will offer an opportunity for learning that others can use.

    Who can apply?

    Constituted voluntary or community groups, registered charities, Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisations (SCIO), social enterprises, Community Interest Companies (CIC), not-for-profit organisations and statutory bodies can apply.

    How to apply?

    Application forms and guidelines can be downloaded from Foundation Scotland's website.

    When to apply?

    The next deadline is 12:00 on 25 April 2022. Decisions will be made by the end of July 2022.

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