Welcome to Essentia Foundation
Funding to promote a fair and compassionate society
The Essentia Foundation is an independent grant giving charity in Scotland with the vision of a fair and compassionate society where everyone is valued and can be successful. The Foundation fulfils this by awarding non-refundable grants to applicant organisations which are active in the areas that match its charitable objectives.
How The Essentia Foundation can help
How To Apply
Foundation Scotland manages all applications to the Essentia Foundation. The next funding round for applications will run from 25th October to 29th November 2021.
Who and What We Fund
Examples of what the Essentia Foundation is looking to support.
To assist in the funding of charitable projects, The Essentia Foundation has partnered with Foundation Scotland.
Read about some of the organisations we have helped to support across Scotland.
News and Activity
All the latest news and activity from the Essentia Foundation.
HOW TO APPLY
Through our partnership, Foundation Scotland manages all applications to the Essentia Foundation.
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Some of our success stories
bOunceT Innovative Occupational Therapy
bOunceT Innovative Occupational Therapy was established in 2017. The charity works with adults and children with physical and learning disabilities to improve their quality of life by providing specialist occupational interventions, trampoline rebound therapy and activity-based play sessions.
Caithness KLICS Young Carers
Caithness KLICS (Kids Living in Caring Situations) was established in 2013. Based in Wick, the organisation supports young people aged between 5-18 who have a caring responsibility at home
Project 31 began in early 2011 as an idea between two experienced community workers who were looking to develop an innovative organization for children aged 0-12 years.
Families First St Andrews
Families First St Andrews (FFSA) was established in 2001. As a registered charity and community group, the organisation works alongside children and their families to overcome the personal challenges they face in life.
For 45 years, Hillhouse has been working with young people and families in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire. As a registered charity, the organisation offers a service to individuals who are at risk of financial hardship and poverty.
People Know How
People Know How was established in 2013. Delivering services across Edinburgh and East Lothian, the organisation works collaboratively to deliver projects and social change with projects reaching children, young people and vulnerable adults.
RDA Group Glasgow
Funding from the Essentia Foundation is currently helping RDA to roll out their ‘Quiet Corner’ initiative.