Grant Funding & Financial Assistance
Clackmannanshire Council administers several types of grant funding. Links to these are listed below.
Other types of financial assistance may be available. The telephone contact numbers/links for further information are listed below:
- Home Energy - help with heating and insulation
- Cost of living help and support
- Educational Grants
Tel: 01259 450000
- Sports Related Grants
Tel: 01259 450000
Clackmannanshire Sports Council
- CFSLA (Clackmannanshire, Falkirk and Stirling Local Authorities) Payroll Lottery Committee
- CFSLA Payroll Lottery Committee consider applications from Charity, Community and Voluntary Groups for assistance.
- Forth Valley & Lomond CLLD
- Invites applications for innovative or pilot projects seeking funding in the rural areas of Clackmannanshire, where projects are able to provide at least 50% match funding from another source.
- Clackmannanshire and Stirling Environment Trust
- Community groups looking to implement projects that improve the environment or otherwise benefit the community may be able to get up to £15,000.
- The Trust manages landfill community fund credits raised through the land-filling of municipal waste from both Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils and in the past successful projects have included improvements to play areas, community halls, historic and religious buildings and local woodlands. Projects aimed at conserving or improving native biodiversity have also received support.
- Deadline dates for the 2024 round of funding are 2 February, 17 April, 30 September.
- For more information, application pack or advice, contact the trust at e: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sow the seeds of change
- If you’ve got an idea for a project that will help your community take action on climate change, we can help you get it up and running. Our FEL Climate Hubs are offering seed grants of between £250 and £1,500 to community organisations whose projects have one or more of the following aims:
- Making your community more aware of climate change and its effects
- Building climate-focused partnerships between community groups
- Helping your community come up with new ways of taking action on climate change
- Giving local people a stronger voice in calling for climate action
- Supporting your community in creating a fairer, more sustainable future
- We’re open to applications from community councils, community groups & organisations, charities, community trusts and Community Interest Companies in the Forth Valley or the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park area (excluding Argyll).
- You can apply online any time between 17 November 2023 and 10 February 2024. All funding must be used by 31 March 2024.
- If you’ve got an idea, but you’re not sure where it fits or how to get started, come and have a chat. We can show you what’s possible and help you figure out what works best for you. Then we can work together to make positive change happen – project by project. Email email@example.com to arrange a chat or see our application guide for more information.
For Further Information Contact
Legal and Democracy
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa
Tel: 01259 452015 / 450000