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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Scottish Wholesale Food and Drink Resilience Fund

Published: 4 Dec 2020
Last updated: 7 Dec 2020 - see all updates

Apply to the Scottish Wholesale Food and Drink Resilience Fund which provides grants for food and drink businesses suffering hardship as a result of coronavirus - CLOSED.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Scottish Wholesale Food and Drink Resilience Fund
How to apply

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How to apply

The Scottish Wholesale Food & Drink Resilience fund is now closed. The Scottish Government is continuing to review the impact of restrictions on different sectors and available support for businesses. We would encourage all businesses who feel they are in need of support to contact their trade body and/or continue to monitor the guidance, advice and tools for all sectors across Scotland which is available at: https://findbusinesssupport.gov.scot/ 

Check you are eligible for a Scottish Wholesale Food and Drink Resilience Fund grant before applying. 

You should complete the attached application form. 

You'll need to provide: 

  • last three years financial accounts
  • management accounts detailing gross revenue, variable costs and fixed costs for April 2019 to Sept 2019 inclusive
  • management accounts detailing gross revenue, variable costs and fixed costs for April 2020 to September 2020 inclusive
  • management accounts detailing projected gross revenue, variable costs and fixed costs for October 2020 to March 2021 inclusive
  • furlough and Scottish Government support grants received between April 2020 and Sept 2020
  • projected furlough income for October 2020 to March 2021

Read the detailed guidance in the application form to find out what other information you will need to provide.

Email your completed application form by 11.59pm on 13 December 2020 to: foodanddrinkwholesalefund@gov.scot

Help and guidance

If you need support or advice on filling out your application form, please contact the Scottish Wholesale Association at: info@scottishwholesale.co.uk

 


First published: 4 Dec 2020 Last updated: 7 Dec 2020 -