Thanks to our partners, we have been able to develop and expand Growing2gether to reach more young people across Highland and beyond. The support of Trusts and Foundations, Corporates, Local Authorities and the Scottish Government has been crucial in helping us empower young people to transform their lives.
We are keen to reach more young people who need us. If you are interested in discussing partnership, donating or fundraising for us, please contact Elaine Bennett, Director of Fundraising: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding two Growing2gether programmes at Charleston Academy
BBC Children in Need
Supporting ten Growing2gether in the Community projects
Scottish Government and the European Social Fund, Aspiring Communities
Scottish Government and the European Social Fund, Aspiring Communities, has given us two multi-year grants, supporting the expansion of Growing2gether programmes and the development of Growing2gether in the Community.
The National Lottery Community Fund
The National Lottery Community Fund is supporting the expansion of Growing2gether throughout Highland.
The Bank of Scotland
The Bank of Scotland Foundation is supporting Growing2gether programmes in Inverness and the remote areas of Highland.
Esmee Fairbairn Foundation is supporting the vital Growing2gether costs of the Director of Fundraising and the Director, Scotland.
The Robertson Trust
The Robertson Trust is supporting Growing2gether’s expansion across Highland and beyond over a three-year period.
The Scottish Children's Lottery - Chance to Study
The Scottish Children’s Charity has provided two grants supporting Growing2gether programmes, and the first wave of Growing2gether Online.
The Gannochy Trust
The Gannochy Trust is supporting Growing2gether programmes over three years.
Thank you also to the following trusts for their support:
The Hugh Fraser Foundation
The Stafford Trust
Highland Council is a key partner for the implementation of our programmes. It highlights deprived areas, approaches partners, trains our staff and provides support through its Youth Development Officers, who we train to deliver Growing2gether.
High Life Highland
High Life Highland is a charity formed in October 2011 by the Highland Council. ‘HLH’ Youth Development Officers co-deliver Growing2gether’s mentoring programme and service. They connect us to other service providers across Highland.