The application process for 2020 funding will open at the end of February. More information to follow.
HOW TO APPLY: We are currently trialing a new system for our application process. If you meet the criteria below, please click here to submit your application.
If you experience any problems whilst applying or have any feedback, please contact us here.
(a) Large Project funding to the value of £25,000
Each year we support two – four large, community based environmental or educational projects that benefit young or disadvantaged people to the value of £25,000 each. These can be located anywhere in the world.
Please click on the attachment below for details of projects we have supported in this category.
The application & selection process for 2019 is:
Stage 1 – All applications for 2018 must be received by Friday 8th February 2019
Stage 2 – 8 -10 short listed charities will be invited to present their projects to the Trustees on either Wednesday 6th or Thursday 7th March, please can you therefore make a note of these dates. Following the presentations 4 – 6 will be selected to go forward to stage 3 for voting at our AGM.
Stage 3 – For the AGM in May 2019 the 4-6 charities selected for the final stage will be invited to summarise and ‘sell’ their project on one page of A4 paper. Commonwealth Members worldwide will vote to decide on the two projects to receive funding.
Stage 4 – In May 2019, funds will be made available to the 2-4 charities receiving the most votes.
Projects supported in this category
(b) Small International Fund – applications accepted all year .
PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL ONLY CONSIDER APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING OF PROJECTS OVERSEAS from CHARITIES THAT ARE REGISTERED IN THE UK or from charities who are already known to us.
This fund is to provide small grants of £500-£2,000 to support international projects located anywhere in the world. We accept applications all year round, so charities may apply at any time.
(c) Local Funds – applications accepted all year
Funds are made available to all of the companies within the Scott Bader Group, for them to submit applications to our Charity Trustees for charities they wish to support.
Each supports the work of charities associated with them or situated nearby. For example:
• Northamptonshire in the UK
• Co. Meath in Eire
• Amiens in France
• Falkenberg in Sweden
• Barcelona in Spain
• Liberec in the Czech Republic
• Zagreb in Croatia
• Cape Town in South Africa
• Ohio in the USA
• Shanghai in China
• Drummondville in Canada