Anne Scott Fund
Grant opportunities for young women to deliver community projects and take part in international training events.
The Anne Scott Fund provides girls with the opportunity to take part in WAGGGS international events or programmes at a World Centre. This is the experience of a lifetime for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.
Learning through non-formal education and taking action in communities has been at the heart of Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting since the Movement started. Named after a former OB-PS President, the Anne Scott Fund gives grants of up to £400 GBP to girls and young women under the age of 30 to take part in these international learning opportunities.
Have a look at the case studies to learn more about some of our young leaders' experiences and how they benefited from the Anne Scott Fund.
"I am very grateful to the Anne Scott Fund for sponsoring me to attend this event. I want every donor, or potential donor to know their contribution, no matter how big or small, changes at least one girl’s life, or in many cases like mine, it affects and changes the lives of many. I will always be thankful to Anne Scott Fund for helping me change not only my life, but that of many other girls. Thank you endlessly."
Apply to the Anne Scott Fund
Please ensure you carefully read all criteria to ensure you are eligible to receive a grant. The main areas include:
- To attend a WAGGGS training event, such as Stop the Violence and the Helen Storrow Seminar.
- To visit one of the WAGGGS World Centres for a trip, training programme or event.
- Girl Guides and Girl Scouts who have previously attended a WAGGGS training programme and now require financial support to implement their action plan.
Donate to the Anne Scott Fund
Help us to provide grants which will support girls and young women to attend global events, gain valuable knowledge and skills and enjoy life changing experiences. Follow the link below to donate or fill in the OB-PS Donation Form and specify the Anne Scott Fund.