The Anne Malcolm Legacy

14 March 2020


The Anne Malcolm Legacy

Call for Applications

Anne Malcolm Legacy

The Anne Malcolm Legacy has been created by the Scottish Curling Trust in memory of Anne Malcolm, an inspiring, active and committed member of the curling community, who died in 2019.  Anne was well-known as a curler, where she also sat on the RCCC board for six years as well as many of the committees.  Anne rose to the challenge of office as President of the Ladies Branch from 2005 to 2006 and was tour captain of the Ladies Canadian Tour in 2005.  Anne worked tirelessly behind the scenes in curling, becoming an umpire and officiating at all the major national and international championships.

The Anne Malcolm Legacy will be a fitting tribute to her memory, in its efforts to support the development of women’s curling in Scotland. The fund is to be used to support any activity related to any facet of curling for example, playing, coaching or umpiring, for course fees, equipment, or development activities.  Applications are invited from any individual women curler, women’s team, club or centre in Scotland. Junior curlers and teams are also encouraged to apply. All applicants must be members of Scottish Curling.

All applications are welcomed between Jan 2020 and Dec 2020.  The maximum funding limit of the Anne Malcolm legacy is £1000 per year, to support applications.

Each application to the fund will be considered individually, and on its own merits by a small committee who will consider applications and make funding decisions.  Applicants may be asked to have a short telephone or video interview to discuss their projects. Each successful applicant will be expected to submit a short report to the committee on each activity that has been funded by the Anne Malcolm Legacy.

Application Forms can be obtained from:

Scottish Curling Trust c/o Scottish Curling

2a Ochil House 



0131 333 3003 |



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