Assisting organisations, clubs & groups who help to support the communities of Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Cornton, Riverside, Causewayhead, Cambuskenneth & Dunblane.
Every year Bridge of Allan and Stirling Round Table organise a series of events to support the local community and to raise funds for local good causes. All profits from our Fireworks Event, Christmas Tree Sale and door-to-door Santa Claus are donated in the Stirling area.
Our Grant Application process is now open! This is open to any worthy cause in the wider Stirling area for anything from small grants that make a big difference to large donations for major projects.
In previous years we have donated to kids sports teams and dance troupes as well as supporting activities in residential homes and parents groups.
How do I apply?
Apply by Post
You can download and print the 2019 Grant Application form as a PDF. Applications and any supporting documents or brouchures can then be submitted by post to the address below.
Apply by Email
You can download 2019 Grant Application form as a PDF. Applications can then be completed digitally or printed and re-scanned to be returned by email. Supporting documents or brochures can also be attached. Email applications should be submitted to:
New for 2019, we are accepting online applications though the website. This still has limited functionality and if you would like to include any supporting documents or brochures you will need to submit an application via post or email.
You will not be able to save any partially completely applications and submission cannot be edited once complete. With this in mind, it may be better to have a look at the questions then prepare your responses in a text editor before beginning an online application.
Frequently Asked Questions
We welcome repeat applications from organisations who have applied both successfully and unsuccessfully in previous years.
It is worth bearing in mind though that we are unlikely “bank roll” an organisation that applies every year to avoid any other method of fundraising. We would also like to see the benefit gained from previous grants.
The online application is a beta with limited functionality. If you are struggling to use it, it may be better to download an application form to submit by post or email.
No. It is not possible to save partially completely applications.
With this is mind, it may be better to prepare your responses in a text editor before beginning an online application.
Applications must be submitted by Friday 1st March 2019. Applications will be reviewed over March and April with applicants being notified throughout before the end of April.
There is no limit to the amount that can be applied for.
Donations typically range from £100 to £2000. These larger donations will only be awarded to organisations that demonstrate exceptional benefit to the local community.
Absolutely. We welcome applications from right across the wider Stirling community. You don’t need to be a charity. Applications will be considered from any group, team or organisation doing good in the Stirling area.