Grants for Community Groups

The Rotary Club of Corstorphine has a Trust Fund which can provide small scale funding to voluntary/non-profit-making organisations and community initiatives.


Grants will usually be up to £250 in value and will generally favour small projects where the amount will make a significant impact on the applicant organisation.  Applications must demonstrate benefit to the local community, and preference will be given to applications that deliver maximum community benefit.

Dowload the application form and follow the instructions to email your completed form to the Club Treasurer.



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