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Community Climate Grants

We work in partnership with Fife Climate Hub to offer Community Climate Grants. Funding is available to help community groups in Fife to create climate action in their local area through events and activities, start climate projects and build capacity to deliver climate action. Two distinct funds are available.

Small Grants Fund

The Small Grants Fund supports groups who wish to engage their communities in climate related activities. Groups can apply for up to £500.

The fund aims to encourage new climate action and conversation in communities who are less engaged on climate issues. Small Grants activities and events should take place during our Fife Climate Festival (Monday 23rd September – Saturday 5th October)

Applications for the Small Grants Fund close on Sunday 16th June 2024.

Seed and Development Fund

The Seed and Development Fund is open to any Fife community group who would like to start up a climate project or build their capacity to deliver climate action locally. Groups can apply for up to £1,000. There is £20,000 available in the funding pot, which means this fund can support up to 20 projects.

Funding can be used by groups to start up a new project, take forward existing plans, or to increase their capacity to take climate action. For example, the fund could cover training costs, a feasibility study, development of a website or could be used as match funding.

The Seed and Development Fund is open for applications on an ongoing basis, starting on 8th May 2024.

The final date for submission is 31st January 2025. Grants must be spent by 22nd March 2025.

Local groups We Have supported


In December 2023, we announced 31 projects throughout the Kingdom will be supported by Community Climate Grants worth a total of £25,000 in 2024. Read about the groups who will receive an award and the difference this funding will make for climate action in Fife.

Read our news story


Funding from the Small Grants Fund helped 15 community groups to engage local people in climate action. The groups used this support to organise a varied range of activities. Groups ran climate action taster sessions, planted willow ‘fedges’ and monitored local wildlife affected by the climate emergency. One group created a plastic-free events guide.

Read our case studies

More information

If you need more information about these grants please contact Fife Communities Climate Action Network. Email

Fife Communities Climate Action Network

Fife Communities Climate Action Network (FCCAN) administer this funding as part of the Fife Climate Hub project and in partnership with Climate Action Fife.

Fife Climate Hub empowers community-led action on the climate crisis. We build capacity of existing community groups working on climate and deliver stronger collaboration between them. We reach beyond the climate engaged to grow a diverse network across Fife. We provide a voice for our members to influence local and national policy. Together we are driving change and strengthening climate resilience in Fife. 

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