Earlier this week Tiny Changes launched the #MakeTinyChanges Fund, which is the charity's "first national fund for children and young people's mental health."

Tiny Changes are asking people to submit ideas to "help young minds feel better and address inequality", and will help fund as many ideas as possible with grants between £2,000 and £10,000.

In a post on socials, which features images of words from young Scottish people projected onto Scottish landmarks, Tiny Changes wrote, "This fund is open to everyone in Scotland and we're encouraging young people under 30 to apply."

Tiny Changes will contact applicants next month to complete a full application, and will make a final decision on which ideas they want to invest in in January 2022.

The charity was set up in 2019 by Scott Hutchison's family, one year on from the Frightened Rabbit frontman's death by suicide. The charity name is inspired by the lyrics of Frightened Rabbit's "Head Rolls Off", "While I’m alive, I’ll make tiny changes to Earth."

Visit tinychanges.com to apply for the #MakeTinyChanges Fund.