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Funding the future of young people in Scotland – Webinar

Join our partners Foundation Scotland for an exciting webinar on our new multi-year fund with grants of up to £9,000 available!

We are launching a new multi-year fund in May 2022.  To prepare interested organisations, Foundation Scotland will host a live webinar that will explore The Essentia Foundation, the aims of our fund, and some best practice examples.

This will be held on Monday 16th May 2022 at 2 pm-3 pm and will be held via Zoom.  To register for the webinar, click here.

The multi-year awards will offer three-year grants of up to £9,000.00 (£3k a year) to small community groups working with young people. If this is relevant to your community group or project, please register for this free event to get more information about this new fund!

Please note, the multi-year awards programme will launch on the 19th May 2022.



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