Welcome to AdviceUK Scotland

Independent advice agencies in Scotland were amongst our founders when we formed as the Federation of Independent Advice Centres (FIAC) in 1979.

Today we have growing membership in Scotland and a representative based in Glasgow who co-ordinates support for members.

For example, if you provide money advice or undertake financial capability work, or deliver training to disadvantaged groups have a look at the Santander Foundation website  – grants of up to £10,000 are available nationwide, with grants of up to £30,000 available in selected areas, including Greater Glasgow.


We occassionally hold events especially for our Scottish members and AdvicePro customers. We also like to highlight events that our members are offering and involved in. For more information please see events table below:

Gardening CourseThe Womens
21st August 2019Scottish National Standards Roadshows – AdviceUK and Money Advice Scotland For more information please contact:

Funding Updates

  • Bank of Scotland Foundation (Lloyds Bank Foundation) –
  • Nationwide – Social Investment Community Grant – Looking to support local housing projects that help the most vulnerable by preventing people from losing their homes, helping people in to a home and supporting people to thrive within the home environment.
  • Scotch Whisky Action Fund – The Scotch Whisky industry is and has been involved for many years in a range of initiatives to promote responsible attitudes to alcohol and tackle alcohol-related harm.
  • Impact Funding Partners – Workplace Equality Fund – £5,000 – £50,000
  • The Volant Charitable Trust – The Volant Trust’s aim is to support women, children and young people who are at risk and facing social deprivation.
  • Community Assets – £10,000 – up to £1 million – Helps create strong resilient communities by helping them address inequality or disadvantage by acquiring, managing or developing buildings and/or land.
  • Young Start – £10,000 – £100,000 – Create opportunities for children and young people aged between 8 – 24 years old to realise their potential. If any of these are of interest please visit – or call 0300 1237110
  • Community Funds – Various funds available depending on the community you are based in.
  • Independent Living Fund – The new ILF transition Fund provides money, for up to 1 year, to support young people living with disabilities (as defined in the Equality Act 2010) to improve their lives.
  • Corra Foundation – Various funding opportunities


There are various consultations at the moment, which may be of interest to you. Please send through any comments that’s you may have, so that we may feed into the consultations as a collective.

8th July 2019New National Public Health Body: ‘ Public Health Scotland’
8th July 2019Adding new categories to the definition of a House in Multiple Occupation
19th July 2019Short Term Lets
16th August 2019Debt Arrangement Scheme: Returning Funds to the Free Advice Sector

Useful Contacts

Community Connectors
Tel:0141 2712320
Corra Foundation
Tel:0131 4444020
Independent Living Fund
Tel:0300 2002022
Families Outside Tel: 0800 254 0088 Group Work Service
Tel: 01414254850
The Civil Society Brexit Project

LEAP Stirling

Tel: 01786 237517
Cope Scotland www.cope-scotland.orgMoney Advice Scotland
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