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FAQs

How is CashBack for Communities funded?

CashBack is funded through  the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. 

The Scottish Courts Service, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal’s Service and all the other agencies involved in enforcing the law, recover the ill-gotten gains of criminals and invests it back into communities.

What does CashBack fund?

CashBack reinvests the ill-gotten gains of crime back into community programmes, facilities and activities largely, but not exclusively, for young people at risk of turning to crime and anti-social behaviour as a way of life. 

Where can I find out about CashBack projects in my area?

The Project finder on this new website should help you to identify the wide range of projects that are funded in near you.