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St Andrews Community Trust

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Key Statistics

project-statistics

337

Projects Funded

£954,386

Funding Awarded

141

Community Groups Supported

What people are saying

 ‘Holy Trinity is central to Scottish history. Events here in the summer of 1559 transformed the religious future of this country. This project, supported by the Community Trust, has tried to recapture the character of Holy Trinity as it was on the eve of the momentous changes of 1559 and our hope is that it will act as a community resource fostering awareness of a key local heritage site, and its role shaping the burgh of St Andrews and the history of Scotland as a whole. It will also produce digital resources which could be used in future permanent exhibits, and which can be used for teaching purposes (at both primary and secondary level).’  – Dr Bess Rhodes, of the Schools of History and Computer Science

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I would like to thank The Trust for its continuing support of the club and its activities. The court reconstruction is a huge project which the Club has been working on for many years.  We are very grateful for the Trust’s decisive award, which along with other awards and the Club’s own fundraising efforts, has allowed the work to go ahead this summer – Elisa Mclachlan, President St Andrews Tennis Club

Sincere thanks from everyone at Options in Life for the support of St Andrews Community Trust during this extremely trying time. Your funding has helped us to make a real difference to the lives of the young adults we support, and their familiesMary Scott, Vice-Chair Options In Life

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“The Band is deeply indebted to the Trust for its support at a time when so many organisations are struggling to keep going in these trying times.” – Dawn Waddell, Band Manager

The Forest Community Garden is a new way of enabling members to grow organic food collectively. The result has exceeded all our expectations and should continue for many years. Thank you for your support – Robert Bilson, Strathkinness Community Trust

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We are extremely grateful to St Andrews Community Trust for this support. One in five people struggle to cope with their grief following the death of a loved one and need additional, professional support. We rely on local funders like St Andrews Community Trust to support our vital work across Scotland and it’s thanks to them that we can offer hope when the future seems empty. – Keith Robertson, Chief Executive Officer, Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland

 

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