Finance Score: 3
Governance Score: 6
Support Score: 11
  • Fundraising costs low: +3
  • No PartB
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Gender balanced board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +11
Overall GiG Score: 20 ?

3DDRUMCHAPEL 

Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • Spending has increased over the last 3 years relative to the previous period
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
  • Fundraising costs are unusually low relative to funds raised
  • A significant proportion of recent income was derived from major grant makers
  • The Board appears to be well diversified in terms of age and gender
  • This charity is based in an area of extremely high deprivation
Established: 27 years
Scottish Charity RegulatorCompanies House
UN SDGs
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Financial Data
Income & Spending ?
Period ending 31/03/18 31/03/19 31/03/20 31/03/21 31/03/22 31/03/23
Charitable activities £369,658 £1,105 £453,669 £467,957 £463,370
Donations & Legacies £2,637 £335,665 £30,070 £18,957 £28,874
Other Income £895 £7,606 £2,032
Investment Income £30 £414 £555 £605 £962
Total income £373,220 £337,184 £484,294 £495,125 £441,084 £495,238
Charitable activities spending £288,348 £341,282 £409,409 £439,435 £436,587
Fundraising costs 4% 5% 3% 4% 5% 5%
Other spending
Total spending £304,295 £357,400 £421,940 £457,619 £432,981 £458,955
Surplus/deficit £68,925 -£20,216 £62,354 £37,506 £8,103 £36,283
Listed activities
  • It carries out activities or services itself
Purposes
  • The prevention or relief of poverty
  • The advancement of health
  • The advancement of citizenship or community development','the provision of recreational facilities, or the organisation of recreational activities, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended','the relief of those in need by reason of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage
Where it operates
  • Glasgow City
  • This charity is based in an area of extremely high deprivation
Who it helps
  • Children or young people
  • No specific group, or for the benefit of the community

Who's supporting them? ?

Donations from Grant Makers ?

We have details on the following significant donations. Multi-year donations are allocated to the years for which they are earmarked.

Major supporters in last 5 years
William Grant Foundation£274,000
RS Macdonald Charitable Trust£64,857
Foundation Scotland£50,000
Virgin Money Foundation£50,000
Robertson Trust£36,000
Garfield Weston Foundation£20,000
Scottish Government£16,601
CAF£7,000
Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
William Grant Foundation - General operating support 2023-2024
£44,000 30/09/2023
Unrestricted funding for this family support charity in Glasgow in 2023. Keywords: holistic family support; first 1,000 days; parenting support; perinatal; peer support.
RS Macdonald Charitable Trust - Children & Family Work Team and Programme
£45,000 24/11/2022
Seeking 3 year funding (£45k over 3 years) towards the children & families work team and the programme costs related to this. This team support children & families in Drumchapel, ....more
William Grant Foundation - General Operating Support 2023
£70,000 15/11/2022
Unrestricted funding for this family support charity in Glasgow in 2023. Keywords: holistic family support; first 1,000 days; parenting support; perinatal; peer support.
Garfield Weston Foundation - Multi-Year Grant (3 Years) award
£20,000 19/11/2021
3D Drumchapel Core Costs
William Grant Foundation - General operating support 2021-2023
£80,000 28/09/2021
24
Unrestricted funding for this family support charity in Glasgow in 2021-2023. Keywords: holistic family support; first 1,000 days; parenting support; perinatal; peer support.
BBC Children in Need - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£1,000 31/08/2021
This project will provide training and mentoring to a project worker who will deliver money management sessions to disadvantaged children. Children will improve their life skills through developing ....more
Foundation Scotland - 3D Drumchapel Core Costs
£45,000 08/04/2021
to contribute to the cost of a Children and Family worker's salary.
Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£30,000 07/04/2021
12
Grant towards the organisations running costs.
Scottish Government - 3DDrumchapel
£8,101 25/11/2020
Detailed description not provided.
William Grant Foundation - General operating support 2020-21
£30,000 15/10/2020
12
Unrestricted funding for the core costs of this family support charity over one year.
Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£20,000 03/08/2020
12
Grant towards the organisation’s running costs.
CAF - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£7,000 27/05/2020
3
Grant to 3D Drumchapel to support the organisation through COVID19
Scottish Government - 3DDrumchapel
£8,500 18/05/2020
Detailed description not provided.
Foundation Scotland - Grant to 3DDrumchapel
£5,000 13/04/2020
To provide families in Drumchapel, Glasgow, with basic and essential supplies that they would otherwise not be able to afford or access due to current living restrictions they are facing.
William Grant Foundation - Unrestricted funding 2019 top up
£20,000 10/12/2019
12
A second unrestricted award this year to this community-based holistic family support charity working in Drumchapel, northeast Glasgow. The award is unrestricted but made in response to the ....more
William Grant Foundation - General operating support 2019
£30,000 29/10/2019
12
Unrestricted funding to support the work of this community-based holistic family support charity working in Drumchapel, northwest Glasgow.
Robertson Trust - The Project Manager
£36,000 30/05/2019
The Project Manager
RS Macdonald Charitable Trust - Children & Family Team
£19,857 29/05/2019
The funding is towards the cost of a Children and Family Team in order to sustain this team over the next 3 years. The Children and Family Team consists of 6 part-time workers. The work of this team ....more
Glasgow City Council - 3D Drumchapel
£24,300 15/03/2019
Provides care, help and support to families, children and young people in Drumchapel through a range of activities including positive parenting, after-school and evening activities for children and ....more
Glasgow City Council - 3D Drumchapel
£24,300 07/06/2018
Provides care, help and support to families, children and young people in Drumchapel through a range of activities including positive parenting, after-school and evening activities for children and ....more
Garfield Weston Foundation - Main Grants award
£10,000 14/02/2018
Core Funding
Tudor Trust - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£6,000 13/02/2018
12
as a development grant towards external consultancy to develop a shared learning package for a charity supporting families in Drumchapel, Glasgow
Glasgow City Council - 3D Drumchapel Relocation
£6,000 15/07/2017
To relocate the project from Open Gate to Garscadden House
Tudor Trust - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£42,000 02/05/2017
36
over three years as continuation funding towards the salary and associated costs of a dad's development worker at a charity supporting families in inner-city Glasgow
National Lottery Community Fund - Perinatal Family Support Programme
£147,852 26/04/2017
60
This group will use the funding to continue their perinatal family support programme. The programme provides a variety of courses, workshops, 1:1 sessions, support groups and a buddy system to help ....more
BBC Children in Need - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£85,481 11/10/2016
36
This project will provide a wide range of activities for 210 children and young people aged 0-18 in Drumchapel, Glasgow. It will increase confidence, improve health and supports participants to ....more
RS Macdonald Charitable Trust - Children and Family Workers Team
£40,500 25/05/2016
Funding towards our Children and Family Workers Team in order to sustain this team over the next 3 years. The Children and Family Workers team makes a big difference to families and the local ....more
Glasgow City Council - 3D Drumchapel
£24,300 14/04/2016
Provides care, help and support to families, children and young people in Drumchapel through a range of activities including positive parenting, after-school and evening activities for children and ....more
Robertson Trust - the salary costs of the Project Manager
£63,000 29/02/2016
the salary costs of the Project Manager
Henry Smith Charity - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£90,000 03/12/2015
36
towards three years' running costs of a project providing activities, workshops and support to disadvantaged children and families in Glasgow
Tudor Trust - Grant to 3D Drumchapel
£63,000 23/01/2014
36
over three years towards the salary and associated costs of a children and family worker to work with dads and grandads in Drumchapel, Glasgow
National Lottery Community Fund - Learning and Developing with 3D Drumchapel
£10,000 01/03/2010
12
The group will provide a programme of learning and issues-based workshops for families in the local area. There will also be courses in bereavement and personal development. This grant for will pay ....more
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Directors (10)
Current Directors appointed
Gender Split
Based on 9/10 persons

Age Range of Directors: 36-77
  • GOODE, Toni
    Appointed: 2020
    Occupation: Financial Planning And Analysis Accountant
  • SLOWE, Jon
    Appointed: 2021
    Occupation: Director - Delta Energy And Environment
Legal constitution
  • Charity registered in Scotland on 11/02/1997, number: SC025820
  • Registered at Companies House on 29/08/2002, number: SC236098
Filing Record
5 returns made; all on time
Main office

The Drumchapel Community Centre, 320 Kinfauns Drive, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 7HA

Objectives

To relieve poverty particularly among the residents of the G15 postcode area of Glasgow (' the Operating Area' ). To relieve those who are in need, particularly among residents of the Operating Area, as a result of ill-health , financial hardship or other disadvantage. To provide recreational facilities particularly within the Operating Area, and organise recreational activities particularly within the Operating Area, with such facilities/activities being available to members of the public at large with the object of improving their conditions of life. To advance education particularly among the residents of the Operating Area. To promote training in skills of all kinds, particularly such skills as will assist residents of the Operating Area in obtaining paid employment. To advance health and to prevent and/or relieve ill health particularly among residents of the Operating Area and to do so through the increase of public knowledge and awareness of issues relating to health and health living. To advance citizenship and community development including through helping young people resident in the Operating Area to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacity so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and as members of society. and To promote, establish, operate and/or support other similar schemes and projects which further charitable purposes particularly for the benefit of the community within the Operating Area, and to do so in a manner which is based on Christian principles

Data Sources

Scottish Charity Regulator
360 Giving
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