Funding

CFHS funding opportunities

We normally distribute around £80,000 each year through our annual development fund which usually runs in the summer.  Funding is also available through our capacity building fund.

Additional micro funding schemes may also be available.

Our plan for 2017/18

Our development fund and capacity building fund should launch in June 2017. More information can be found in the Funding section.

News and updates

Capacity building fund 2016/17 – feedback from funding recipients

About the Capacity Building Fund Community Food and Health (Scotland) launched the Capacity Building Fund in 2015. The purpose of the Fund was to provide small amounts ...

CFHS development funding awarded to 42 community initiatives

Forty-two voluntary and community groups have this week been allocated funding by CFHS to promote and deliver healthy eating initiatives. Food and diet play a major role ...

CFHS development fund recipients 2016

In total, 38 voluntary and community groups have been allocated development funding by Community Food and Health Scotland, allowing them to promote and deliver healthy ...

What did groups awarded Capacity Building Funding in 2015 do with their funding?

This short report outlines the activities undertaken by applicants to the CFHS capacity building fund in 2015.

CFHS Development fund is closing soon

Community Food and Health (Scotland) has an annual development fund open to groups and agencies in Scotland who would like to improve access to, and ...

CFHS Capacity building fund (up to £500) open

The aim of this fund is to support groups and agencies running food and health activities to build the knowledge, skills and expertise they need ...

CFHS capacity building fund – deadline extended

The deadline for applying to our Capacity Building Fund has been extended to Monday 15 February. Groups running community food and health activities can apply ...

CFHS development funding schemes now closed

The CFHS development funding schemes are now closed to applications Our capacity building fund is still taking applications.  Please visit the Funding section for more information.

Evaluating impact programme

The CFHS evaluating impact programme is open to community food organisations working in low-income communities who work with older people to eat well, or within ...

Investing in the availability of the new REHIS Elementary Cooking Skills course

CFHS has recently provided funding for 13 groups and agencies to run the new, nationally accredited cooking skills course (accredited by the Royal Environmental Health Insitute of ...