We are a world leader in venture philanthropy, bringing over £90m of investment to 200+ charities helping to change the lives of more 100,000 people.
Our unique and rigorous approach brings money, skills and tailored developed support to unlock the greatest possible social impact and create lasting transformational change.
Since 2009, this fund has supported 24 charities to help over 20,000 disadvantaged young people into work, training or education.
The Go2Play fund, in partnership with Scottish Government, supports charities to provide free play opportunities for all of Scotland's most disadvantaged children, promoting physical literacy and health and wellbeing.
The Link Up fund works directly with communities to help foster stronger relationships and create opportunities for people to come together
Scottish Government's Self-Directed Support programme enables everyone to take control of their support and lead independent lives.
Our network of professionals and experts from Scotland's business community provide tailored support to charities to help them become stronger and more sustainable.
Our work doesn't just change lives. We also aim to leave each and every organisation we work with stronger, more robust and sustainable.
Legal, financial, tax, HR, PR, pension advice and more. Through our pro bono pool we help our charities receive all of this support and more.
Following the Brexit vote and ongoing uncertainty, our CEO Celia Tennant calls for a continued focus on our charitable sector and those whom they serve.
Applications are now open for a programme designed to match positive role models with children in care, launched by John Swinney, Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills.