Since establishment in 1985, the Foundation has awarded almost £120 million to charities across Scotland.

Over the last three years the Foundation has awarded the following funds to Scotland’s charities:

2015£3.29 million
2014£2.65 million
2013£2.25 million

The Foundation has made over 14,000 awards to charities across Scotland. These range from the well known to small individual community groups receiving a few hundred pounds for a local project. A full list of the awards made by the Foundation is available in the Our Grants section of the website, under ‘Our Latest Awards’.

Partnership Drugs Initiative has been running since 2000 and is funded by the Foundation and the Scottish Government. The initiative works with children and young people around issues of drug and alcohol misuse. Since establishment, almost £20.4 million has been awarded through the Partnership Drugs Initiative to voluntary organisations across Scotland.

Since 1997, the Foundation has awarded almost £31 million to support salaries – and therefore jobs – in Scotland’s charitable sector.