Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm Community Fund & More..

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The closing date for the Hillhead of Auquhirie Community Fund is next Thursday, 30th June.
Are you involved with fundraising for a Community Group in any of the following Community Council Areas?
Arbuthnott, Kinneff, Catterline & Dunnottar Mearns Stonehaven & District
If so, you may want to apply to the Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm Community Fund.
Fern, the energy company who have developed the Hillhead of Auquhirie Wind Farm has established a community fund which will benefit groups and projects working in those areas.
For more information contact Margo at windfarms@kdp.scot
 

The Meikle Carewe Wind Farm Community Fund will open for applications on Friday 1st July for 3 months.
Applications to the fund can be made from not-for-profit groups and organisations, based in the following Community Council areas:
Crathes, Drumoak and Durris
Newtonhill, Muchalls and Cammachmore
North Kincardine Rural
Portlethen and District
Stonehaven and District
Guidance Notes and Application Forms will be available on the KDP website from 1st July.
Closing date is Friday 30th September 2022
For more information or assistance with completing an application, please contact Margo at windfarms@kdp.scot

 

The Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) project wants to gain a better understanding of what keeps you well, what challenges you have and what needs to change, building on that information to help create healthier communities.
Over the past few months, they’ve already collected lots of information and thoughts from a survey and other discussions and meetings. They’re now looking to get some further views on some particular themes. They are running online discussion forums on:
Making the most of our countryside, parks and beaches for everyone
The cost of eating well
The cost of keeping active
Motivation and wellbeing
Bringing about local change
To take part in the forums visit the website.
For further information contact Ed Garrett, Community Learning and Development, Aberdeenshire Council email ed.garrett2@aberdeenshire.gov.uk tel: 01467 539758
Forums open from 16th June till 7th July

 

Access to free sim cards and mobile data for clients who cannot afford to top up is possible through links with the Good Things Foundation. The UK National Databank has been developed to help thousands of vulnerable people in communities across the UK to get connected.
To be eligible to receive data through the National Databank an individual must:  Be 18+ years old  
AND be from a low-income household  
And qualify in one or several of the following statements:  Has no access or insufficient access to the internet at home 
AND/OR has no or insufficient access to the internet when away from the home  
AND/OR cannot afford their existing monthly contract or top up  
If you have a client in need, please complete the form Here

The Whole Family Wellbeing Fund is a Scottish Government initiative to help families overcome challenges before they reach crisis point.
The purpose of the funding is to support low-income families who need help to pay for essential items including: food, fuel and clothing and other essential practical items needed in the home.
The Scottish Government have made funding available for Direct Aid provision to be administered by Children’s Services Social Work to support children, young people and their families experiencing financial hardship. This will enable social workers to provide direct cash support based on assessments of need of individual families and help prevent further crisis.

SURF’s annual awards are open to all community regeneration projects in Scotland that are currently in place or that have been completed within two years of the closing date.
The purpose of the SURF Awards is:
To recognise and reward best practice and innovation in community regeneration;
To promote and disseminate best practice across Scotland as means of sharing knowledge and experience, and thereby enhancing future policy and practice;
To highlight the role that regeneration projects have in improving the wellbeing of individuals and communities.
2022 categories are:
Supporting Youth Employability
Creative Regeneration
Community Led Regeneration
Housing & Regeneration
Improving Scotland’s Places
Closing Date 5th September 2022.
For more information and to apply click here

 

Magic Little Grants gives smaller charities and community groups the chance to apply online for a £500 grant to deliver projects across Great Britain.
In 2022, Postcode Places Trust will continue to work in partnership with Localgiving. Applications open from March 16th until October 31st.
Apply Here

KDP is here to help in any way we can.  Please get in touch if we can assist you or your Community group.
 
Mairi, Margo & Lindsey
Kincardineshire
Development
Partnership

www.kdp.scot
07903 156864 
Should you wish to get in touch, our contact details are as follows:

Mairi Eddie              Development Officer              developmentofficer@kdp.scot
Margo Titmuss         Funding & Windfarm Officer  windfarms@kdp.scot
Lindsey McDonald   Administrator                         officesupport@kdp.scot
 
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