Thank you to our patrons, supporters and sponsors.
A great big thank you for helping young people in Scotland to be their personal best.
Your support helps us make positive changes to the culture in which young people grow up in Scotland.
There are approximately one million young people under the age of 18 growing up in Scotland at any one time and we need help to ensure that these youngsters become successful in life. Our supporters are critical to our success and we believe that with the right collaboration between organisations, decision-makers and individuals we can make a difference to many young people’s lives through our programmes and projects.
How you can donate
We are immensely grateful for all donations large or small. Each year we need to raise at least £500,000 to continue our valuable work.
There are a number of ways you can support the Foundation:
Patrons Giving Programme - if you are an individual, company, trust or foundation and interested in becoming a Patron, please contact Richard Orr on 0131 281 0875 for more information.
Corporate Partnerships/Sponsors - we've worked with many companies over the years on a variety of programmes and events. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or partner, please contact Richard.
Our patrons and supporters
We're fortunate to have many individuals, companies, trusts and foundations who have provided support and sponsorship. These include individual patrons Norman and Pam Murray, in memory of their sons Niall and Andrew, Malcolm Thoms, Tony Halligan, Craig Armour, Torquil Macnaughton and Simon Thomson.
Supportive trusts and foundations include Cray Trust, the Bill McLaren Foundation, Gannochy Trust and the Syder Foundation.
We are also supported and sponsored by many businesses and organisations - including Brewin Dolphin, Cairn Energy, Scottish Equity Partners and Baillie Gifford.
"We have a firm belief in the positive impact of sport. Winning Scotland's programmes enable young people to appreciate the value of hard work, gain confidence, work as a team and develop resilience." Calum Paterson, Managing Partner, SEP