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ASH Scotland - Small Grants
ASH Scotland is offering community organisations access to support to help improve wellbeing in their community by addressing smoking. Alongside a small grant, successful applicants will also receive access to dedicated expert advice and resources, training and learning opportunities, and ongoing support to create an action plan.
Applications are open to new and existing supporters of Scotland's Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation. They are particularly interested in organisations:
Working in communities with areas of multiple deprivation (SIMD 1 and 2)
Or working with specific community of interest where smoking prevalence is typically higher (e.g. care experience, homelessness, offending behaviour, mental health, young carers)
With an interest and commitment to improving people's health and wellbeing
Who are not currently funded to deliver activity on smoking and tobacco issues
Who can apply
Applications are open to new and existing supporters of Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation.
When to apply
Applications are open all year and are assessed by the grants panel on a quarterly basis. The deadline dates for making an application are as follows.