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This section lists all grants we have made since 2013. The categories from 2013 to 2018 are Arts, Environment and Welfare. This changed in 2018 when Welfare was replaced with Social Action. There is also a separate category for grants to Museums and Galleries in each year.

Alexander Whitley Dance Company

Towards the salaries of the Producer and Artistic Director to lead the dance company in breaking new choreographic territory through research and using the creative possibilities of digital technology

Category Arts
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £101,400
Duration 3 years
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Fauna & Flora International

Towards the core costs of the Coastal Communities Network in Scotland to enable community groups to actively collaborate, share experiences and create a united voice on sustainable marine issues

Category Environment
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £149,964
Duration 3 years
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Independent Parental Special Education Advice (IPSEA)

Towards the costs of increasing internal capacity to support individuals and thereby develop evidence for policy and advocacy work to ensure SEND children and young people get the right support and education

Category Social Action
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £97,953
Duration 3 years
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ORCA

Towards the costs of strenghtening its citizen science programme to identify and protect critical marine habitats important to cetaceans by expanding the data collection and improving the communication of the data

Category Environment
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £90,000
Duration 3 years
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Scottish Wildlife Trust

Towards the costs of the Oceans of Value project which aims to improve marine protection by improving how the ocean is valued for its intrinsic qualities and economic value

Category Environment
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £97,597
Duration 3 years
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Sustain

Towards core costs of the "Campaign for a Better Food Britain" and its policy advocacy work on sustainable fishing and farming

Category Environment
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £150,000
Duration 3 years
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User Voice

Towards the costs of developing the "User Knowledge" initiative to identify emerging issues in the criminal justice system, campaign for systemic change and proactively develop recommendations for wider service improvements

Category Social Action
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £120,000
Duration 3 years
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YoungDementia UK

Towards the salary of the National Development Manager to develop and coordinate the Young Dementia Network which brings together people living or working with young onset dementia to drive changes in UK policy and practice

Category Social Action
Year awarded 2019
Grant size £90,000
Duration 3 years
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Adfam National

Towards the costs of developing, training and supporting a network of skilled volunteer champions to continue their work supporting anyone affected by the drug or alcohol use of a close friend or family member.

Category Welfare
Year awarded 2018
Grant size £80,000
Duration 2 years
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