The Bank of Scotland Foundation announced the awards being made under its Small and Medium Grants Programmes last week.
The grants, ranging from £2,500 to £12,500, will benefit a wide range of charitable causes in Scotland.
A total of three charities across Aberdeenshire and Angus are set to benefit from grants totalling £21,818.
The Links Park Community Trust in Montrose will receive a grant worth £4,820, Aberdeenshire Citizens’ Advice Bureau in Westhill will receive £12,498 and Fly Cup Catering in Inverurie will receive £4,500.
A total of £214,560 will be awarded to 26 Scottish charities. Kate Guthrie, Chair of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees and HR Director, Lloyds Banking Group said: “There are many charities throughout Scotland that urgently need funding to allow them to continue to provide valuable support within their local communities.
“We are delighted to be able to award a further £214,560 today.”