GRANTS FOR GROUPS
East Dunbartonshire Arts Council supports arts projects in the voluntary sector, with funds mostly provided by East Dunbartonshire Council.
We would welcome an opportunity to support a specific project by which your organization or its members develop or promote your art form. If you are involved in an arts organization, and want to know if a particular project might be eligible for EDAC support, you can find more details by reading the application form and the notes which accompany it. Alternatively, contact
EDAC chairman John Edwards »
who welcomes informal inquiries, preferably by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For examples from current and previous years, see
the awards page »
(Also reached by clicking on the "Current Awards" button above
Please note that we cannot award a grant for the routine running costs of your organisation or for the maintenance, repair or improvement of its property.
Also we can only consider applications made in advance for future events, or purchases not yet made.
GRANTS FOR INDIVIDUALS
Grants limited to £100 are available for individuals, typically to support attendance at courses.
Brief outlines of awards made at each meeting are posted within a few days on the "Current Awards" page ».
Use pdf for easy printing, completion by handwriting, and postal submission.
If posting, fold forms in half (to A5) and use an envelope for that size. Posting an envelope of size for unfolded A4 forms requires extra postage for the large size. If an ordinary first class stamp is used, the Post Office will not deliver and they sometimes lose it. EDAC is unwilling to pay £1.1 surcharges and collect under-stamped mail.
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From August 2013 EDAC requires that application forms be submitted electronically, as email attached files sent to email@example.com These may be typed document files or scanned handwritten pages. If exceptionally this is not possible, please discuss with EDAC chairman by email or phone. Supporting documents may be submitted as scanned files, or mailed paper copies. If the latter:
Fold pages to A5 and use an envelope for that size. Posting an envelope of size for unfolded A4 pages requires extra postage for the large size. If an ordinary first class stamp is used, the Post Office will not deliver and they sometimes lose it. EDAC is unwilling to pay surcharges and collect under-stamped mail.
Applications are considered each month except December, June and July. Applications received less than 1 week before a meeting may be held over to the following meeting. See dates of meetings »
Enquiries about processing of applications or other matters may be made direct to EDAC chairman, John Edwards, again preferably by email.