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If you have a project that you feel would meet the aims of the Fund and are in need of funding assistance, please get in touch with the Fund team who will be glad to discuss your project with you and answer any questions you may have as well as guide you through the application process.

Contact Details 

Caithness & North Sutherland Fund

Telephone: 01847 500101

Caithness & North Sutherland Fund
Naver Business Centre, Naver House, Naver Road
KW14 7QA


Recent Applicant Feedback:

“Reay Parent Council is very grateful of the support given by the Caithness and North Sutherland Fund for the Trim Trail play area. We and the children are delighted with the new play area and the outdoor learning opportunities it brings and will continue to bring for many years to come.”  Reay Parent Council 


“We would unlikely be in this position without the initial support of CNSF to allow us to progress quickly with the pre-development work and take the vital first steps in securing funding for the building works.”  Sarah Lamb, Wick Development Trust Project Officer


“The generous support from the Baillie Wind Farm Community Fund and the Caithness & North Sutherland Fund has allowed the Club to invest in new storage facilities for our equipment. We are extremely grateful to the Scrabster Harbour Trust for allowing these to being situated adjacent to the Pentland Firth Yacht Club building. This means there is now a hub for water sports at Scrabster beach which enhances the attractiveness of our community.” Pentland Canoe Club


“A relatively simple and user-friendly way to fund community projects to improve social cohesion” Colin McDonogh, Tongue Village Hall


“We have converted the site of the old run-down existing tennis courts in Helmsdale to enable a range of other sports (as well as tennis) to utilise the facility. We have developed a two court multi-use facility, including floodlighting, covered area, and disability access. It contains an all-weather facility consisting of a 3G Astro Turf Pitch and a porous Macadam surface. CNSF have contributed greatly to the success of this project, and we are hugely grateful for the funding and advice provided. We see this as an exciting opportunity for the health and wellbeing and the furtherance of sport in our Community.” Mary Stewart, Helmsdale & District Development Trust


The upgrade of the path has meant that the boating pond paths are now accessible to us again during the winter months. There are limited places we can train in the winter, and we can now train again at the boating pond on a great surface. This has been welcomed by our runners. We are grateful to the financial support provided by CNSF to help us bring this project to fruition.Sandy Christie, North Highland Harriers Chairperson


 “The new path has provided a significantly better surface for our junior parkrunners to run and walk on. It has made such a difference during the winter to not have large puddles on the path, and we have had significantly less cancellations than our first year during the winter.”  Marie Cuthbert, Millbank Boating Pond junior parkrun Event Director


“Our committee and members would like to thank the Caithness and North Sutherland Fund both for the initial grant funding which got this group started and the continued support and help to develop our website. Without these grants this now successful community group would have struggled to exist.” North Sutherland Wildlife Group