We appreciate your support!

Penicuik YMCA-YWCA relies our community support, from children young people and families, alongside Midlothian Council and many organisations and funders. We are extremely grateful to the full range from large grant givers including, but not limited to:

 

  • National Lottery Awards for All
  • Midlothian Council
  • Garfield Weston
  • Robertson Trust
  • The Ponton House Trust
  • The Souter Charitable Trust
  • The Nancie Massie Charitable Trust
  • The Erskine Cunningham Trust
  • Third Sector Resilience Fund 

Our Supporting Funders

Check out our supporting funders websites.

William Syson Foundation

The William Syson Foundation was established in 2012. An enthusiastic and long-time supporter of music and the visual arts, particularly in Scotland, William Syson’s objective in setting up the Foundation was to help provide opportunities for practice and enjoyment of the arts, and to assist and encourage the country’s next generation of musical and artistic talent.

LTA Britain

The LTA is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. We’re here to govern and grow tennis in Britain, from grassroots participation through to the professional game. We play an important part in ensuring the popularity and future of our sport. Our vision is tennis opened up; we’re working towards a future where tennis is truly a sport for all.

The National Lottery

Every day the people, projects and communities we support generate valuable evidence, learning and data. Here you’ll find our latest insights into their achievements, successes and challenges.

The Robertson Trust

Our strategy sets out why we are focusing on helping to further understand and alleviate the effects of poverty and trauma on our society, and how we hope to do this.

It underpins all our activities, including the funding we offer, and guides the way we work. It builds on our experience over six decades and on our strong relationships with others across the third, public and private sectors.

Garfield Weston Foundation

From small community groups, to large national institutions, the Foundation’s aim is to support organisations that have effective solutions to helping those most in need.

The Orcome Trust

The Orcome Trust is a small charity originally based at Newhall House in Midlothian where the Trust was set up in the 1960s by the Misses Maclagan, the then owners of Newhall Estate.

The present Trustees selected from the local community have varied experience, knowledge and interests.

Souter Charitable Trust

Set up by Sir Brian and Lady Elizabeth Souter, the charitable trust assists projects engaged in the relief of human suffering in the UK and overseas – particularly, but not exclusively, those promoting spiritual welfare.

Ponton House Trust

The Trust's charitable fund was established in August 1993 following the sale of Ponton House, a former boys' home. The Trustees determined to move from the outdated residential support service for disaffected boys to a broader role of supporting young people in need in the Edinburgh area. It has been making grants since then, distributing over £1 million over this period.

Social Investment Scotland

About Social Investment Scotland Helping you make a difference We are SIS (Social Investment Scotland), a social enterprise and charity. We offer loan funding and business support for other social enterprises, charities and community groups looking to make a positive impact on people’s lives, society or the environment.

Midlothian Council

Reducing inequalities in learning outcomes, Reducing inequalities in health, Reducing inequalities in economic circumstances, Reducing Midlothian carbon emissions to net zero.

The Gannochy Trust

The Gannochy Trust was founded in 1937 by Scottish businessman and philanthropist Arthur Kinmond Bell, known as A.K. Bell. His unique approach to philanthropy has matured into a lasting legacy that has improved the quality of life of many thousands of people, not only in Perth but all over Scotland.

Clysdale Bank

Our commitment to the communities we serve goes much deeper than simply providing a first-class banking service. We feel it’s vital to give something back. So we take a very active role in supporting charities and other community programmes. Our staff are equally supportive and many take an active role supporting these charities and projects as well as generally helping out in their communities.

Health in Mind

At Health in Mind, we’ve been promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in Scotland since 1982. We do this by providing a wide range of services and courses to support people and enable them to make a positive difference in their lives.