A group which aims to support music, arts, community and youth organisations around Grampian is looking to award its next round of grants.
The David and June Gordon Memorial Trust has been able to give financial support to a wide range of projects and groups in the past.
These include: Aberdeen International Youth Festival, Moray Concert Brass, Aberdeen Opera Company, Woodend Barn, Grampian Youth Orchestra, North East of Scotland Music School and Stonehaven Sea Cadets.
It is now inviting applications for grant awards to be decided at its meeting at the end of April. The Trustees normally distribute grants for sums between £500 and £2,000 to a total of £15-20,000 per annum.
Grants are given to organisations operating in the former Grampian Region of Scotland (Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Banffshire and Morayshire) whose aims are:
Grants are not made to individuals, but small organisations are very welcome to apply.
Since 1975, the David Gordon Memorial Trust, set up in memory of David Gordon, 4th Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, has been working to continue David’s lifelong interest, shared by his wife, June, in supporting music, the arts, youth groups and community centres and in continuing ecumenical services in the chapel of Haddo House.
June Gordon died in 2009 and the Trust was renamed The David and June Gordon Memorial Trust. In her memory the Trust undertook an appeal to increase its resources and welcomes further donations in order to enable it to provide greater support to local groups and organisations.
Find out more about the David and June Gordon Memorial Trust and apply for a grant online at: https://www.davidandjunegordonmemorialtrust.co.uk/