Funding from Aberdeenshire Council
Welcome to Aberdeenshire Council's Funding webpages.
Aberdeenshire Council offers funding to meet a variety of needs. The council's funds, however, are extremely limited and the council's main aim is to direct organisations to other sources of funding by means of advice from officers, and by encouraging organisations to make use of Aberdeenshire 4 Community. This is a free online tool that lets you search and filter thousands of potential funding sources.
Help with your application
You can use Aberdeenshire 4 Community, the free online funding search tool sponsored by Aberdeenshire Council. This portal will help you identify other possible sources of funding for your project.
Additionally you can research many other funding schemes on the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations website.
Please email email@example.com for more information or assistance. Alternatively you can write to us at Woodhill House, Westburn Road, Aberdeen, AB16 5GB.
Where can I apply to?
The list below shows the range of Council and Council-affiliated grants schemes that are available. You are also welcome to use the Aberdeenshire 4 Community service provided free of charge by the council. You can access Aberdeenshire 4 Community here.
Aberdeenshire Educational Trusts (awards usually to schools and for arts projects)
Aberdeenshire Leader Fund (for projects that benefit rural communities)
Aberdeenshire Sports Council (grants to teams and sportspeople)
Community Learning and Development
Economic Development (support for new and established businesses)
Education, Learning and Leisure
Energy Assistance Project (help with heating and insulation)
Gordon Leisure Projects Trust (Provision of leisure facilities)
Local area committees (top-up funding, tourism grants, many others)
Transport and Infrastructure
- Banff Townscape Heritage Initiative (conservation, repairs and maintenance within the designated Banff area)
- Peterhead Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (conservation, repairs and maintenance within the designated Fraserburgh area)
- Private housing improvement grants (adaptations for people with disabilites)
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