Our Funders

The Charitable Society is funded by numerous organisations which you will see a list of below. The money given by these organisations is divided between each of the different areas of the society, social club, community resource centre etc.

Big Lottery Fund

Awards lottery money to community groups and projects that improve health, education and the environment.

Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation

The Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation promotes rengeneration and development through professional support in partnership with others to miners welfare schemes and other coalfield charities/community organisations and groups. Striving to empower people and communities through confidential client/beneficiary support and project development.

Coalfields Regeneration Trust
An independent charity established in 1999 and dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in Britain's coalfield communities.

South Lanarkshire Council
With a one billion gross annual budget, South Lanarkshire Council has 16,250 employees (6000 are part-time) and provides services for 308,000 people in central and southern Scotland. Our larger towns include East Kilbride, Scotland's first and most successful new town, the burghs of Cambuslang and Rutherglen and the county town of Hamilton where the Council has its headquarters. Our large rural area includes the Clyde Valley and the market towns of Lanark, Carluke and Biggar.

European Union
The European (EU) is an economic and political union of 27 member states commited to regional integation. The EU supports a vast array of projects across Europe.

The Robertson Trust
The Robertson Trust is an independent Scottish grant-making Trust which exists to provide financial support to charities.

Changing Places
Changing Places is a group dedicated to community regeneration in Blantyre/Hamilton. They are a partnership of local agencies, organisations and people working together to tackle poverty and inequality in communities in and around Hillhouse, Whitehill, Burnbank, Fairhill, Low Waters, and Blantyre and in doing so they aim to improve the life chances and quality of life for residents young and old.