Kenny Blair
Kenny Blair

Local charities, schools, community projects, sports groups and good causes are set to benefit across the country as the result of a new £60,000 bursary scheme.

Buzzworks Holdings will help support a wide range of local organisations and projects within the communities where the company operates including Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and West Lothian.

Groups and projects of all sizes are being asked to apply for a share of the £60,000 bursary through their local Buzzworks venue website, with each request decided by a committee from the area’s relevant venue.

Kenny Blair, Buzzworks MD, said: “Buzzworks Community Bursary provides an opportunity for charities and community groups of all sizes to apply for a share of funds and we’re looking forward to hearing from applicants on how we can help create a positive impact for many.

“This is something that’s always been important to us as a business and why we formally introduced Buzzworks Giving Back in 2014 – since then, we have donated more than £100,000 to local good causes. The opening of our new community bursary is an extension of that allowing us to offer support to more local groups, schools, individuals, community projects and good causes than ever before.” 

You can apply for a share of the community bursary by filling out an online application form on your local Buzzworks venue website, where you can also view terms and conditions.

The Buzzworks Community Bursary will be reviewed on a quarterly basis, and the closing deadline for the first tranche of entries is on 31 October 2019.