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OrganisationAmounts availableDescriptionTarget countriesSectorsEligibility
Scottish Government International Development Small Grants Programme60000 GBPTo build capacity and upscale small international development organisationsMalawi; Rwanda; and ZambiaMultipleMust have a presence in Scotland, must be established as not for profit organisation.
Scottish Government International Development Small Grants Programme10000 GBPCapacity Building and Feasibility Study grantsGlobalOpportunities for small organisations Must have a presence in Scotland, must be established as not for profit organisation.
Lord Provost of GlasgowSmall grantsFocuses on health and education, health facilities and IT equipment for schoolsMalawihealth, education, water and sanitationProjects which focus on health, education, water and sanitation.
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow1000 - 10,000 GBPTo improve healthcare for those in challenging circumstances, globally.UK and globalHealthNominated/sponsored by a Fellow or Member.
UK Aid50000 GBPOpen to small UK-registered charities and not-for-profit organisations. All DFID priority countries MultipleNon-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Commwealth Scolarships CommissionvariesThe main UK government scholarship scheme sponsored by DFIDAll Commonwealth countriesSustainable Development
British Medical AssociationvariesGrants to cover travel and accommodation for individuals and multidisciplinary teams.Low income countriesHealth BMA members and non-members are welcome.
Burdett Trust for NursingvariesSupports nurse-led projects to inmprove the patient care environment.UK and globalMidwiferySupports nurse led projects.
Comic ReliefvariesAdopting new tools to achieve the greatest impact around our funding.Multiple - UK, SE Asia and AfricaChildren, Mental Health, Gender JusticeMedium sized organisations (£250,000 - £10m annual turnover) . 
UNICEF Innovation FundvariesFunds for early stage, open-source technology that benefits children. UNICEF countriesTechnology which will improve childrens livesCompanies that improve childrens live.
The Laerdal Foundation30,000 USDResearch and development in acute medicine and newborn in low-resource settings. Low income countriesNewborn resuscitation, prehospital care.Costs directly related to the project.
SheffmedENT services MalawiHealthEquipment and training for ENT in Malawi.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation100,000-300,000 USDGrants that help us learn from global ideas that can help health in the U.S.USA and globalHealthGenerally focuses non profits and public agencies.
The Gloag FoundationvariesTo relieve poverty and encourage the advancement of education.AfricaHealthApplications are by invitation only.
The Tolkien TrustvariesCharities who have been approached by The Tolkien Trust.The Trust does not publish any guidelines Disaster relief, overseas aid and development.
The Wood FoundationvariesMaking Markets Work for the Poor in Africa; Developing Young People in ScotlandScotland, Tanzania, RwandaEconomic developmentSmallholder tea farming in Tanzania and Rwanda.
Funding databases.
Scottish International Development AlliancevariesMembers of SIDA are able to access the funding database of Trustfunding.org.uk
Trust FundingvariesOffers in-depth information on 4,500 grant-making charities GlobalVaries, subscription required to access the database.Varies
BOND funding guideVariesA list of the largest open grant-funding options.GlobalVariesUK-based NGOs
BOND funding opportunitiesVariesGives deadlines for upcoming calls, includes research funding opportunitiesGlobalVariesProject and research
UKaid fundingVariesA searchable database of funding opportunitiesGlobalVariesProject funding