Neighbourhood Networks is modelled on the principles and practices of sister organisation ‘KeyRing’ – A charitable organisation working in England and Wales who 30 years ago pioneered the model of Living support networks to enable people labelled with learning difficulties to live in their own homes.
in Control Scotland – Supporting the development of a sustainable system of self-directed support in Scotland where people are in control of and able to direct their own support.
Altrum is a federation of separate, diverse and creative organisations who share common values and principles and aim to live to those values in all the work they do.
VIAS stands for Values Into Action Scotland. They promote the rights & equality of people with learning difficulties & individuals on the autistic spectrum.
Thistle work with people with different health conditions, they work will people and not the condition, tailoring their support to the needs of every person they work with.
SCVO work in partnership with the third sector to advance the interests of their 2,000 members and the people and communities they support, to help make Scotland a better place for everyone.
CKUK offers innovative learning, peer education, drama and safe social networking. They provide engaging, accessible and interactive information and online learning materials through their fully accessible website.
Social Enterprise Academy work at local and national levels, bringing together learners to share and learn together, at all stages of personal and organisational growth.
The Robertson Trust fund and support charitable organisations of all sizes who are committed to achieving positive change for individuals and communities across Scotland.
Cranfield Trust – Every year their network of highly skilled volunteer management consultants share their knowledge and experience with charities. They provide free, independent advice and support on everything from business planning, to charity governance, and financial management.
The Hugh Fraser Foundation makes donations to charities working in many different sectors including medical research, hospitals, education, organisations working with the young and aged, the handicapped and the under-privileged and arts organisations.
The Internship Hub is a dedicated team sourcing and facilitating internship opportunities that are exclusive to University of Glasgow students.
The Big Lottery Fund funds projects and activities that make communities stronger and more vibrant, and that are led by the people who live in them.
We work in partnership with local authorities:
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