How We Are Funded
We rely on support from a variety of sources including trusts, grants, local authorities, businesses, events, and individuals in order to be able to provide our services. We are grateful to everyone who supports us financially.
In 2022/23 we received funding from 43 different funders including public, private and charitable funders. This includes some funders who gave us multiple grants or donations:
Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership/ Alcohol & Drug Partnership, Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action (AVA), Arnold Clark Community Fund, Bank of Scotland Foundation, Bowie Charitable Trust, Corra Foundation, Drug Deaths Taskforce, East Ayrshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership, East Dunbartonshire Council, East Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership/ Alcohol & Drug Partnership, East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Association (EDVA), Falkirk Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), Falkirk Health and Social Care Partnership/ Alcohol and Drug Partnership, Fife Council/ Alcohol & Drug Partnership, Forth Valley Alcohol and Drug Partnership, Gillespie McAndrew (Anonymous Donation), Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust, GSK Impact Fund, Health and Social Care Alliance (HSCA), Highland Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP), Inverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership/ Alcohol & Drug Partnership, Kintore Trust (Turcan Connell), Morrisons Foundation, National Lottery Community Fund, Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation (PWCF), Radio Clyde Cash for Kids, Robertson Trust, Saints and Sinners, Scotmid, Scottish Children’s Lottery, Scottish Government, Scottish Women’s Baptist Fellowship, Shell, Souter Foundation, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Health and Social Care Partnership/ Alcohol and Drug Partnership, Stirling Voluntary Enterprise, STV Appeal, Volant Trust (Foundation Scotland), W M Mann Foundation, WA Cargill Fund, Warburtons, West Dunbartonshire Council/ Alcohol and Drug Partnership, YouthLink Cashback for Communities.
Thank you to all of our funders and fundraisers!
Scottish Families Income 2022-23
Scottish Families Expenditure 2022-23