Charitable Trusts

Grants from charitable trusts and foundations are a vital source of funding for MND Scotland

Grants and trusts are of enormous benefit to people affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND) across Scotland, enabling us to invest in vital services, and power ground-breaking MND research.

Trusts are established in order to distribute income to good causes. Many are family trusts, set up in a bequest or in memory of an individual, and others are the charitable arm of a business.

Trusts often specify the type of work they wish to support and, because of the range of services we offer, MND Scotland is well-placed to submit applications targeting their interests. For example, we receive grants from trusts wishing to help people affected by MND to fund our services, or grants to help fund research into a cure.

Every grant received has given direct help to those affected by MND in Scotland, and we are deeply grateful for the kindness and generosity of the charitable trusts and foundations, who are currently supporting our work.

Our current backers

Alan Davidson Foundation

Broughton Charitable Trust

Crerar Trust

Cruden Foundation

DWT Cargill Fund

Dunclay Charitable Trust

Evelyn Drysdale Charitable Trust

Hugh Fraser Foundation

IBB Trust

James Weir Foundation

JTH Charitable Trust

Mrs M A Black’s Charitable Trust

M V HillhouseTrust

Martin Connell

My Name'5 Doddie Foundation

Netherdale Trust

Northwood Charitable Trust

PF Charitable Trust

People's Postcode Lottery

Peter Brough Bequest Fund

Ronald Miller Foundation

RS Macdonald Charitable Trust

St Katharine’s Fund

Sir Iain Stewart Foundation

Talteg Limited

Tay Charitable Trust

Templeton Goodwill Trust

Get in touch

If you would like to contact us about grants and trusts, please email or call us on 0141 332 3903.


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