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28th Jun 2024

Funding for a better future

Community funder aiming for bigger bang from its bucks.

28th Nov 2023

Charities in line for grant payouts of nearly £9 million

Charities supported by Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) will benefit from grants of up to £9 million next year, trustees have confirmed.

20th Sep 2023

Shetland Charitable Trust sees gradual recovery of investment funds

Community funds invested by Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) to pay for improving life in the islands have climbed £19.4 million so far this financial year, reaching £396.4m.

29th Aug 2023

Solicitor and retired vet volunteer as trustees

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) has appointed two new voluntary trustees. The addition of retired vet Jim Nicolson and solicitor Neil Risk completes a recent recruitment process which also saw fisheries scientist Beth Mouat join in May.

22nd Jun 2023

Chance for charities to bid for share of £128,000

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) is inviting local charities to apply for a share of around £128,000 still available from its Main Grant Scheme for next year.

1st Jun 2023

Departing chair was ‘tremendous asset’ to Shetland Charitable Trust

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) has bid farewell to chair Dr Andrew Cooper after four years at the helm and eight years as a voluntary trustee on one of Scotland’s biggest charities.

5th May 2023

Fisheries expert signs up with Shetland Charitable Trust

Prominent local scientist Beth Mouat is joining the board of trustees of Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT).

2nd Mar 2023

Community trust seeks fresh talent

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) is on the lookout for talented new trustees to help oversee its mission to improve the quality of life in Shetland.

8th Dec 2022

Voluntary sector secures funding for next year's activities

Voluntary sector secures funding for next year's activities

28th Nov 2022

Local groups in line for £8.7m payout by Shetland Charitable Trust

Grants worth £8.7 million have been awarded to 27 projects and charitable organisations by Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) for next year.