The Willie Davidson 75th Anniversary Fund, setup to commemorate 75 years of SAYFC, and remember the associations late Vice President Willie Davidson, will support members through the development of their clubs and districts.
Who Can Apply
What Can You Apply For
Applications can be received for material goods through to training and travel. These will be reviewed on a case by case basis by a panel of past and current SAYFC members representing National Council and all three regions (North, East and West).
Funding will not be awarded for:
If you are awarded funding it is likely to be a contribution to the cost not the full sum so please consider how you might raise the outstanding balance before submitting an application.
Applications that do not include quotes to support the budgeted costs may be rejected
Applications should meet one or more of the following objectives:
1. To advance the education and training of young people within the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs in agriculture, country life, home craft, citizenship skills and related subjects;
2. To provide assistance to help promote and develop farm safety initiatives through increased awareness;
3. To provide and promote the provision of facilities and activities for recreation and other leisure time occupations, which will advance their personal development as responsible individuals and active citizens.
4. To provide assistance to prospective new clubs being formed, and the continuous encouragement and development of existing clubs
Next Application Deadline:
31st October 2019
Applications will be reviewed within 6 weeks of the deadline date.
How To Apply
The form is an editable PDF so can be completed electronically. If you have any problems please download a copy, save it to your computer and then fill in the fields.
Note full costs and club/district accounts do need to be provided in order for the application to be considered.
Once completed send to:
The Willie Davidson 75th Anniversary Fund
or email to email@example.com
For more information contact the National Office on 0131 333 2445 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org