Funders and Investors

SIS aims to make a lasting, sustainable impact on communities, by helping organisations continue doing the great work they do or expand on that work. 

 

The Robertson Trust is currently the largest independent trust in Scotland and has a vision to improve the quality of life and realise the potential of people and communities in Scotland – inspired by the example of our founders, the Robertson Sisters.

 

The Coalfield Mission Statement is “To champion and strengthen coalfield communities, generate resources to respond to their needs and deliver programmes that make a positive and lasting difference".

 

NHS Forth Valley is one of 14 regional health boards and serves a population of around 300,000 in an diverse geographical area which covers the heart of Scotland.

 

Partners

Founded by Royal Charter in 1967, the University of Stirling was the first genuinely new university in Scotland for over 400 years. We retain our pioneering spirit and a passion for innovation and excellence in all we do.

We aim to be at the forefront of research and learning that helps to improve lives. Working with academic, commercial, public, private and voluntary sector partners, Stirling is one of the UK’s leading research universities in the fields of health and wellbeing, the environment and people, culture and society, enterprise and the economy, and sport.

 

DSDC is an international centre of knowledge and expertise dedicated to improving the lives of people with dementia.

 

Located at the heart of the University of Stirling, Macrobert Arts Centre is a cultural hub for Stirling, the Forth Valley and Scotland - making active connections with people communities and ideas, for entertainment, wellbeing and understanding.

 

Town Break (originally known as Town Break Stirling Group) began its journey in 1992 providing a service to people with dementia in the absence of any statutory provision. The service started with the provision of a Drop-in Centre (Day Care) in the Town Centre, where carers of people with dementia could safely leave the person they were caring for and go off for some time on their own, hence the name Town Break. NHS Forth Valley is one of 14 regional health boards and serves a population of around 300,000 in an diverse geographical area which covers the heart of Scotland.