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28th Nov 2022

Trust plans £17.9 million spend

Trust plans £17.9 million spend despite early year losses on the stock markets

26th Aug 2022

2022 Annual General Meeting

The rescheduled 2022 Annual General Meeting of the Shetland Charitable Trust will be held on Thursday 6 October 2022 at 11.45am.

9th Jun 2022

Four fresh faces bring Shetland Charitable Trust up to full strength

Four people have signed up as new trustees on Shetland Charitable Trust, the community charity spending £16.4 million this year on services to enhance quality of life in Shetland.

5th May 2022

Cash boost for small community groups across Shetland

Fifteen small community groups are receiving grants of up to £5,000 from a funding scheme run by Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT).

7th Apr 2022

Staff Recruitment - Finance & Grants Assistant

Shetland Charitable Trust is looking for an experienced Finance & Grants Assistant to join the c.£450m charity.

23rd Mar 2022

Do you relish the challenge? SCT seeks new trustees

The search is on for community-minded islanders with the right blend of experience and vision to help shape the future of Shetland Charitable Trust.

1st Dec 2021

Increased grant awards will provide support worth £8.6m across Shetland

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) is to pay out increased grants worth £8.6 million to help fund 29 major projects and charity organisations next year.

25th Nov 2021

Funding pot open to small community groups

Small community groups in Shetland can bid for grants of up to £5,000 from a funding stream opening to applications on 1st December.

25th Nov 2021

Funding boost for community scheme offering interest-free loans

A successful loan scheme which has helped scores of Shetland community groups get their special projects over the line is to be enhanced with a pot of up to £1.5m to call upon.

25th Nov 2021

SCT grant spend jumps to £16.4m next year as major building repair scheme is speeded up

Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) is to dramatically increase its grant spending by nearly £6.7m next year, awarding a total aid package of £16.4m across its three funding schemes.