Who supports us

Thank You


We work with a wide range of different partner organisations, professionals and voluntary groups who help to strengthen our work and ensure that the projects we deliver are directly relevant to the young people we seek to support.

Inspiring Scotland

Our Inspiring Scotland (IS) programme was first developed in 2008 in partnership with Inspiring Scotland (a venture philanthropy organisation).  Inspiring Scotland is the principal funder of the IS programme and provides Tullochan with on-going professional guidance and support.


Robertson Trust

The Robertson Trust is supporting our Future Choices Project over 3 years and development plans through their Enterprise Fund, also for 3 years.

Working 4 You

We work with Working 4 You practitioners within West Dunbartonshire Council to share opportunities and best practice and address local needs.

West Dunbartonshire Council Education Department

We work with the Head and Pastoral Care Teachers and the More Choices More Chances Team within all five secondary schools in West Dunbartonshire who identify the young people who would benefit from Tullochan’s support.


West Dunbartonshire Youth Alliance

We are Members of the West Dunbartonshire Youth Alliance.  This is a a relatively new partnership initiative coordinated through a steering group of statutory, voluntary and private sector partners including the Police, West Dunbartonshire Council’s Community Safety and Anti Social Behaviour Team, Educational Services, The Pulse, Y Sort-it, CAOS, West Dunbartonshire Community Health and Care Partnership, West Dunbartonshire Council’s Community & Learning Development  and Tullochan.

It’s aim is to bring together all local youth support providers and their representatives to share experiences, help improve the quality of our work and get better results from all programmes.  The Youth Alliance also aims to “fill in” any gaps in youth services in West Dunbartonshire and end any duplication of services; ensuring monies spent in Youth Services in West Dunbartonshire are being directed where they are most needed.


Without grants and individual donations we would not exist.  We are most grateful to the following for their support of our work in 2014/15:

BIG Lottery

Caram Charitable Trust

Christina Mary Hendrie Trust

Dumbarton Academy

Execution Charitable Trust

Friends of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Glenhead Tavern

Howden Joinery

Hugh Fraser Foundation

Inspiring Scotland

Kenneth Barge Memorial Trust


Matthew B Campbell Trust

MEB Charitable Trust

Maclay Murray & Spens

Polaroid Eyeware

Raeburn Hope clients

Royal Navy

RS Macdonald Charitable Trust

Saints & Sinners

Scottish Government – People and Community Fund

STV Appeal

St Peter & the Apostle High School

The Robertson Trust

Trades House of Glasgow – Commonweal Fund

Vale of Leven Academy

WA Cargill Fund

West Dunbartonshire Council – Common Good Fund

West Dunbartonshire Council – Community Planning Partnership



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