Move School of Creative Dance Music (Grant £1000)
A grant of £1000 was awarded towards the travel costs for the dance group to participate in rehearsals for and at the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow. With the dance group only being selected to perform in June, there was little time to fundraise to cover the costs of attending 13 rehearsals.
Royal Scottish Pipe Band Championships
£876 was awarded as a grant towards the purchase of cups and plaques for the Championships which were held in Pittencrieff Park.
Pittencrieff Primary School
A grant of £1524 was awarded to the school towards new gym mats which are thicker and fit together to allow the pupils to undertake gymnastics safely.
West Fife Woodlands Group (Grant £2000)
A grant of £2000 was awarded to the Group to allow local schools to attend the Snowdrop Festival in Valleyfield Woodland Park. In addition to providing primary school children with an educational walk around the woodland area and visit to the Dunfermline Riding for the Disabled Centre to meet the working ponies and their handlers, the children were given an insight into life in a Georgian country house in the 18th nd 19th centuries with a guide explaining the ice house, kitchen garden, hot houses and ha ha.
Primary Schools Sports Festivals (Grant £5000)
Organised in partnership with the Dunfermline and West Fife Sports Council and Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, the Trust's grant of £5000 supports a series of sports festivals for local primary school children. The festival competitions which take place during the school day invite local school teams to compete in athletics, badminton, basketball, bowls, cricket, hockey, orienteering and tennis.
Carnegie Steelers American Flag Football Club
A start-up grant of £350 was awarded to the new club for the purchase of equipment. American Flag football is a non-contact version of the sport in which players must try to grab the flag strapped around the opponent's waist.