Small Grants Fund
THE 2023 GRANTS APPLICATION PROCESS IS NOW OPEN
A huge thank you to everyone who helped us with our fundraising last year, and with all of your kind donations. We could not do what we do without your support.
We will be using the funds to support projects and organisations throughout Stirling and Bridge of Allan. With that cash in the bank, we are now accepting applications for small grants.
Are you a local charity, sports club, or community organisation that would like to apply for support in a specific project?
If so, we would be delighted to hear from you. We have worked very hard in 2022 to raise funds that we can distribute directly back into our local communities, helping to support you, so this is the fun bit!
We will be meeting over the coming months to discuss what projects we can support and where this money can be put to the best use.
You can download the application form here and return it to the email address below.
If you have any questions, please get in touch via Facebook messenger or at https://stirlingboaroundtable.co.uk/contact/
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 19th FEBRUARY 2023
Or Download the Application Form
Send completed forms to
Some Previous Successful Grant Applications
Riverside Parent Council
Installation of additional 6 bike/scooter racks at the school.
As part of the school’s efforts to encourage children to walk or cycle as a vital way to improve our children’s physical and mental health and wellbeing.
The Lilias Graham Trust
Providing an intensive residential independent assessment service for families in emergency situations.
Funding went towards basic equipment for our referred families. This could be a car-seat for a mother who is coming to LGT straight from hospital, a pram, cot, bedding baby clothes.
MS Therapy Centre Stirling
Providing hyperbaric therapy for MS (Multiple Sclerosis) sufferers and other similar conditions.
Funding went towards additional oxygen access, seating and masks for the users of the oxygen chamber. This is required due to the heavy additional demand brought about by long-covid sufferers.
Stirling City Gymnastics Club
Aims are to provide fund, safe, progressive sessions from recreational to compete levels including display.
Funding went to support taster sessions with the aim of increasing member growth for the first month.