Our Funders

We are incredibly grateful and thankful to have received funds from a multitude of Trusts and Foundations over the years. It costs around £250,000 a year for us to run our comprehensive programme of outdoor activities and events for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, their families and local communities, and we rely heavily on Trust and Grant making charities for that income. Without the support of our generous funders, we would not be able to continue our work.

Outfit Moray would like to thank the following funders for their support in 2018/19:

Unrestricted Funds:

Outdoor learning and adventure with Outfit Moray

For EnerG

EnerG is Outfit Moray’s main strand of programmes and focuses on providing outdoor learning and adventure activities for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people. EnerG has several different programmes: Kickstart (for young people at risk of harm through alcohol), Ignite (6 week, 2 day a week course to help young people re-engage with education), respite breaks and identified school groups.

The Adventure Links programme is also part of the EnerG strand and encourages vulnerable or disadvantaged young people to join local clubs and groups, by giving them experience in outdoor activities such as climbing or mountain biking.

  • Adam Family Foundation
  • Adamson Trust
  • Alpkit
  • Armed Forces Covenant
  • Barbara Ward Children’s Foundation
  • Barratt North Scotland Community Fund
  • Christina Mary Hendry Trust
  • Corra Foundation (Henry Duncan Grants)
  • MFR Cash for Kids
  • Netherdale Trust
  • Nineveh Charitable Trust
  • Robertson Trust
  • R S Macdonald Charitable Trust
  • Scotmid
  • Souter Charitable Trust
  • The Percy Bilton Charity
  • The Silverhill Trust
  • The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust Ann Rylands Fund
  • William Grant Foundation
  • Youthlink Cashback for Communities

Activ8

Activ8 is Outfit Moray’s second main strand after EnerG. It is focused on providing affordable and accessible outdoor activities and adventure for all the young people in Moray. This is usually though our school holiday programmes, after school activities and transition events through Moray primary schools. Our  Adventure Links programme is also part of our Activ8 strand and encourages young people to join local clubs and groups, by giving them experience in outdoor activities such as climbing or mountain biking.

  • Groundwork Scotland (Tesco Bags of Help)

For Communic8

Communic8 is Outfit Moray’s teaching strand and provides the opportunity to pass on their knowledge and information to the local community, whether that’s through Bike Revolution bike maintenance classes or talks to local groups and clubs. Outfit Moray are able to provide support and training that benefits the local community.

  • Cycling Scotland
  • Energy Saving Trust
  • The Pebble Trust

Last updated 5th June 2019