A further donation given at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic to help them while they will be unable to fund raise in other ways.

St Andrew’s Hospice is an independent charity providing care and treatment for those living with life threatening illnesses in North and South Lanarkshire. It strives to meet the needs of all irrespective of religious, cultural or ethnic background.

Donation given towards new equipment in this local community park to give children age appropriate play park equipment.

Donation given to their For Can Do project at the start of the Corona Virus pandemic. This project will create a dedicated webpage of activities and resources. The page will include a range of exciting activities including: games; quizzes; online virtual activity sessions i.e. yoga/ dance; online and interactive activities i.e. a virtual tour of a museum; and opportunities for young people to continue socialising through social media and developing online video diaries.

Donation given to a summer play scheme intended to improve the welfare of children in Midlothian through play targeting those most in need, often due to multiple deprivation. In 2019 over 1,400 children and young people, 60 organisations and 500 adults benefited from the scheme.

YPI is an established leader in the field of citizenship education programmes, providing a uniquely intensive, all round programme which has proven impact on personal, enterprise, employability and citizenship skills. YPI has been cited in eight of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for Education (HMIE) School Reports as an example of best practice in Citizenship Education, specifically referencing its ability to develop wider achievement and enrich the life of the school.

The Trust is a partner of YPI in Midlothian.