CalMac Community Fund deadline extended to 13 January!
Organisations working across the Clyde and Hebrides network to tackle social isolation, poverty, improve wellbeing or offering community transport have until 13 January to apply for up to £2,000.
Since its launch in 2019, the CalMac Community Fund has supported 217 groups and over 11,000 people.
Gordon McKillop, CalMac's Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, said: "We've already made awards to some excellent projects recently, including Cobhair Bharraigh who are removing barriers for vulnerable people living on Barra to attend day centre; Tarbert Soup Group who benefit 50 people each week at their lunch club and foodbank; and Iona Village Hall to offer islanders a heated space to meet during winter and reducing isolation.
"We want to hear from groups that are benefiting lives in our network and welcome applications for up to £2,000 until Friday 13 January at 5pm."
Have an organisation in mind? Signpost them to apply via the CalMac Community Fund page on our website or encourage them to search online for "CalMac Community Fund".
You can read about the most recent awards from the Fund here.