Make a Donation

Family members try and do all they can to support someone with an alcohol or drug problem. There are many people in Scotland who are doing this on their own and in silence. We give information and advice to many people and help them with confidence, communication, general wellbeing, and link them into local support. We also help people recognise and understand the importance of looking after themselves.

Your donations will help us to continue supporting families across Scotland – thank you.

Donate Online

You can donate to us online:

In 2018 we raised £6,038 through birthday fundraisers. If you have a Facebook account you can set up a birthday fundraiser and choose us as your charity!

By Cheque / Post

You can send a cheque directly to us made payable to Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs to the address:

Scottish Families
Edward House
199 Sauchiehall Street
G2 3EX


If you are considering donating and wish to use BACS, our banking details are:

Bank of Scotland
Sort Code: 80-08-85
Account Number: 06002198


amazon smile logoWith AmazonSmile, every time you buy something a donation will be made to Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs – how amazing is that! AmazonSmile is just the same as Amazon, but by shopping through AmazonSmile, you donate to Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs at no extra cost to you.

When using AmazonSmile, Amazon donates on your behalf to us. We receive 100% of the donation.

Save to your website browser bookmarks and once you start shopping, we’ll receive the donations!

  1. Visit
  2. Click the ‘get started’ button
  3. Enter our charity name ‘Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs’ and select our name from the list
  4. Start shopping – easy!

For Trusts and Grants

Two women with medals at Kiltwalk

If you are considering making a grant or a gift to Scottish Families, we have full information on our finances, governance, and practice available. Please contact us on or 0141 465 7523 for more information.





‘The girl I spoke to was very kind. I feel she really understood me and got what I was trying to say. I’m less angry with my sister having spoken with her. She has really calmed me and I am keen to get in touch with the services that she has suggested could benefit me. She was so kind and said I could call you at any time. I’ve never had that before, most people think I’m a neurotic nightmare of a mother and want to get rid of me. Thank you for understanding and being here for me.’ – Aimee (name changed)

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