CalMac Community Fund
About the CalMac Community Fund
The CalMac Community Fund was created to make a difference. Its sole purpose is to benefit those most in need across our west coast communities.
This year the CalMac Community Fund aims to support non-profit organisations registered to the islands and ports we serve which engage and deliver services for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people.
We will seek to support services that tackle social isolation, mental health, loneliness and or poverty. We will consider applications that address other social issues relative to your community if the application can demonstrate the need.
Organisations can apply for an award between £500 and £2,000. Awards will split across six regional areas, we hope to make up to ten awards in each area. The areas are:
- Lewis, Harris and Ullapool
- Uist and Barra
- Skye, Raasay, the Small Isles and Mallaig
- Oban and the Inner Hebrides
- Southern Hebrides
- Firth of Clyde
Applications will open on Thursday 1 October 2020 and close Monday 30 November 2020 at 1700. Should your organisation be successful we aim to make awards by 31 March 2020.
Before beginning an application, please click and read each of the guidance tabs below.