Lintel Trust is an unendowed charitable Trust (Scottish Charity Number SC006002) which supports housing and community-related projects in Scotland. We would not be able to undertake the work we do in Scotland's most deprived communities without donations. Please donate using the buttons below:
If you are a project,either based in, or operating in, Scotland you might be able to get a grant from us.
If you would like to find out if your project might be suitable before completing our application form, please call Pauline Barbour on:
0141 567 6235
or email us at
Lintel Trust is pleased to annouce that it has established a Social Enterprise Programme mainly funded by the Wates Family Enterprise Trust. This Programme is open to *eligible applicants from February 2014. To find out more, please contact Pauline Barbour on 0141 567 6235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*this Programme is open to all Scottish housing associations and co-operatives and related businesses to them.
As part of our fundraising, we host a number of events throughout the year.
These include golf, 10k and half marathons, our Charity Band Night as well as our Christmas Appeal.
Please visit our Events page to find our more:
There are currently no dates listed. Please check back regularly for updates.
From its early days, Lintel has sought to address issues of disadvantage in social housing.
Our emphasis has been to support projects that help those recognised as being most disadvantaged in housing today, including sngle homeless people, disabled people, people with mental health problems and people from Black and minority ethnic communities across the length and breadth of Scotland.
We do this by taking the donations we receive, whether from other charitable Trusts, commercial companies or from individuals and making these into a series of grants (or sometimes small scale loans) to projects working with disadvantaged groups across Scotland.
This can include housing associations and co-operatives, as well as local projects.
National projects wil be considered as long as the work they do is evident in Scotland.
Applicants do not necessarily have to be registered charities but they should have charitable aims.
The SFHA exists to support the work of housing associations and co-operatives through positive influence on Government policy and promotion of the work of our members.
149 St Vincent Street, 3rd Floor
Glasgow G2 5NW
Reception: 0141 332 8113
Direct Dial: 0141 567 6235