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THE FINNIS SCOTT FOUNDATION

A GRANT-MAKING FOUNDATION

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Who We Are

The Finnis Scott Foundation was established under the Will of Lady Montagu Douglas Scott (Valerie Finnis) in 2006.

The Trustees can make grants for any charitable purpose, but their present policy is to focus grant-making in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as fine art and art history. By doing so, they acknowledge the two enduring preoccupations – art collecting and gardening - of Sir David Montagu Douglas Scott, K.C.M.G., O.B.E., (1887-1986) and his wife, Valerie Finnis V.M.H. (1924-2006).

In the last five years, over one million pounds has been given away in grants to a great variety of projects...

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The Botanical Art Award

This is an exciting new award of £10,000 dedicated to UK botanical art groups and organisations, in recognition of previous achievements and for the promotion of innovative ideas and projects.

Apply for a Grant

We can give grants up to £10,000

The Trustees will consider your application at their first meeting following receipt of the application and all necessary accompanying documents. Applications need to be sent to the clerk three weeks before a meeting. The upcoming deadlines meetings to discuss applications are:

The Trustees meet on a quarterly basis to discuss grant application forms. The next meeting is on: 
23rd October 2018 - forms to be returned to the administrator by 14th September 2018

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Contact Us

For more information about The Finnis Scott Foundation, please email: administrator@finnis-scott-foundation.org.uk

or telephone +44 (0)1604 233233

The Trustees meet on a quarterly basis to discuss grant application forms. The next meetings are on: 
23rd October 2018 - forms to be returned to the administrator by 14th September 2018
15th January 2019 - forms to be returned to the administrator by 14th December 2018

 

 

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