WEBINAR: What makes a successful application to the Scottish Government small grants?

WEBINAR: What makes a successful application to the Scottish Government small grants?

2nd October 2019

Chair: Jane Salmonson, CEO, Scotland's International Development Alliance

Speaker: Chrissie Hirst, Project Manager (International), Corra Foundation

Panellist: Stuart Brown, Deputy Chief Executive, Scotland Malawi Partnership

Topic: Scottish Government International Development Small Grants window

More about the Small Grants Programme: 

The Scottish Government International Development Small Grants Programme aims to support smaller organisations, with a specific focus this year on feasiblity studies and capacity building initiatives. Scotland-based organisations are eligible to apply if they have an annual expenditure of under £250,000. Grants of up to £15,000 are available for one-year projects.  

Jane Salmonson described the fund as “...an incredibly valuable contribution to Scotland’s international achievements.  I recommend all small organisations take a look at the help they could get from a grant, especially if they want to improve their partnership working.  This is a rare chance to get help to improve results by improving policies and procedures in vital areas such as safeguarding and risk management.” 

The deadline for applications is Friday 8 November! For more information about the application process, eligibility and FAQs, please see the Corra website. A recording and transcript of the session will be made available shortly.

How to get support with your application:    

Over 75% of Alliance members who received application support for the Scottish Government small grants funding last year were successful in their grant applications. To find out more about application review, please read the handout below and contact Philippa Ramsden

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