Money for Moray has secured funding from the Scottish Government's Investing in Communities Fund to be awarded in Moray to support projects which will make Moray “A Fairer Moray for All”.
The funding will be allocated to *East Moray & **West Moray with an additional allocation to the eight Associated School Groups for projects which will be put forward by and for young people.

Money for Moray wants to put YOU in control of how and where it’s spent.

The ‘Money for Moray’ initiative lets the local community decide for themselves which projects are needed in the area.

*East Moray consists of Speyside, Keith, Milne’s and Buckie Associated School Groups.
**West Moray consists of Forres, Elgin (x2) and Lossiemouth Associated School Groups.
On the application form, please tick the appropriate box.
If your project is Moray wide please tick East/ West according to where your organisation is based.

Projects that are sustainable and will:

1. Deliver one or more of the following priorities:-

  • Accessibility/connectivity to services and support
     - Transport
     - Fuel Poverty
     - Rural areas of Moray
  • Health & Wellbeing
     - Promoting outdoor activities to improve mental wellbeing & reduce social isolation
     - Food insecurity
  • Growing a diverse & sustainable ecomomy
     - Employability & life skills
     - Volunteering
     - Intergenerational projects

2. Provide additional or new services

3. Include a community engagement/community capacity building/community empowerment element.

4. Take place in Moray and will be aimed at improving the situation that people in challenging circumstances find themselves.

Projects must meet all four criteria.

Your Imagination has no limit!

Ongoing running costs, such as:

  • Salaries
  • Heating & Lighting
  • Rent
  • Maintenance etc

If you are a new or existing local community or voluntary group based in Moray
**even an informal group–
you can apply for funding from £200 to £4000 to put your ideas into action.
(Only one application per group).

** Informal Groups

  • do not need to have a constitution
  • do not need a bank account but will require the support of a constituted local group prepared to accept monies on your behalf.

  • National or commercial organisations
  • Groups/Organisations with an annual income in excess of £50,000.
  • Community Interest Companies (CICs)
  • Individuals

To apply for the funding a fully completed application must be received before 5.00pm on Friday 28th January 2022.

Confirmation of any necessary planning permissions and/or consents – for example outdoor fitness equipment on local authority land – will be sought from applicants.

Your Project must be completed by 31st December 2023

If your idea meets the criteria, you will be required to make a short virtual presentation which will be posted online for the public to view.
You will also be required to attend a “marketplace” event which will be open to the public and will give them the opportunity to ask questions about your project. The Marketplace events will take place in early April 2022 with dates, times and venues to be notified.

All those Aged 8+, will be eligible to vote on the applications.

Downloadable Application Form in pdf format is available here »

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Application Form

Money For Moray Application Form 2020
Questions marked by * are required.
1. Group's name: *
2. Charity Number (if applicable)
3. Your Full Name (as contact person): *
4. Address where we can write to you.
(Your own address or the address of the group that you represent) *
5. Postcode: *
6. Telephone Number: *
7. Email: *
8. What is the name of your project/idea? *
9. Where in Moray will the project take place? *
10. Please tick either East or West location *
  • East
  • West
11. Describe the project for which you would like funding? (No more than 150 words) *
12. Describe how your project will contribute to making Moray “A Fairer Moray for All”. (No more than 150 words) *
13. How many people do you think will benefit from your project/idea?
Explain how the benefit will be sustained. (No more than 150 words) *
14. How will you measure the impact of your project? (No more than 100 words) *
15. How you have involved the community in deciding what needs to happen?
What community engagement have you done to ensure that you have the support of the community? (No more than 100 words) *
16. Is there any additional information you wish to provide? (No more than 100 words) *
Financial breakdown of project.
Proof of spend will be required so receipts must be kept.
17. Total Cost of project: *
18. How much are you applying to Money for Moray for? *
19. How much are you contributing from your own funds? *
20. Detail other grants/funding/income sources confirmed or applied for:
21. Detailed breakdown of expenditure. i.e. item and cost *
22. What is the amount of unrestricted funds currently held by your group?
If they cannot be applied to this project please explain why? *
23. Are the necessary permissions & consents in place? *
  • Yes
  • No
24. If NO, please explain why not.
25. I certify that the above information is accurate (please tick) *
  • Yes
26. Name of person authorised to submit this application (please print) *
27. Position held in Organisation *
28. Date: *
29. Projects MUST be completed by 31st December 2023.
This may be extended in exceptional circumstances only.
Please state the date when you expect to complete your project. *
30. Please provide details below,
Name of Bank Account, Name of Bank, Bank Account Number & Sort Code: *
31. Conditions of Grant: *

Agree Disagree
32. Organisation/Group Name (Grantee) as given in Question 1
33. Full Name of Authorised Signatory (Please use BLOCK CAPITALS)
34. Signature of Applicant (typed name is acceptable) *
35. Date of signing *

5.00pm 28 January 2022