Grant Funders

Our project has benefitted from multiple grants to help us deliver our build and develop community programming once we open.
We have received support from
Place Based Investment Programme
Capital Works

Awarded £50,000 to support capital costs of construction and the completion of the Greyhope Bay Centre

Aberdeen City Council
Project Funds

Since 2017 has supported the project with combined grants of £44,500 for early revenue and contribution towards eco-toilet installation

Opportunity North East
Capital Works

Supported our project with a one-time grant of £40,000

SUEZ Communities Trust
Outdoor decking and accessible pathways

Supported our project with a one-time grant of £38,000 to build all outdoor decking and accessible pathways

Aberdeen Harbour
Site Interpretation

Supported our project with a £10,000 grant from their supPORT all community action programme to develop an outdoor interpretative trail and supporting digital content.

ACC Creative Funding
Community Programming

Supporting our project with a one-time grant of £10,000 to deliver creative workshops at Greyhope Bay Centre

Greyhope Bay has been operational as a charity since late 2015 developing and progressing plans for a visitor and community facility around the Torry headland that connects communities to our coast.

Project development and startup costs from late 2016 - 2018 have been supported through a series of grants from funders including Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeen Harbour, Balmoral Group and CNOOC International. Funds raised during this period also include on going fundraising through events and small grant funders as a result of a demonstrable and wide community support.