Overall Score: 11 based on 3 data points
Finance: 6
Governance: -5
Support: 10
(no PartB)
Reasonable growth: +1, Future income +5,
(no info on trustees)only 0 Trustees: -5,
Supporters: +10


Analysis by Giving is Great


  • The charity has received backing from several prominent grant makers recently and there are significant future grants due to be received
  • There has been reasonable growth in spending since inception
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years

Regulatory & Governance issues to consider:

  • There are only 0 trustees
Established: 11 years
Scottish Charity Regulator
Financial Data
Income & Spending ?
Period ending 31/03/18 31/03/19 31/03/20 31/03/21 31/03/22
Charitable activities £281,403 £301,548 £261,550
Donations & Legacies £3,369 £10,152 £3,133
Other Income
Investment Income
Total income £204,459 £287,851 £314,502 £277,298 £331,571
Charitable activities spending £268,699 £272,530 £261,791
Fundraising costs
Other spending
Total spending £179,955 £268,699 £272,530 £261,791 £340,510
Surplus/deficit £24,504 £19,152 £41,972 £15,507 -£8,939
What it does
  • It carries out activities or services itself
Who it helps
  • Other defined groups
  • The advancement of citizenship or community development
  • The advancement of public participation in sport
  • 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 promotion of equality and diversity
Where it operates
  • Operations cover all or most of Scotland, main operating location: Glasgow City

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
The National Lottery Community Fund£130,450
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation£104,755
BBC Children in Need£30,000
Scottish Government£25,680
Scottish Council For Voluntary Organisations£10,000
LGBT Consortium£10,000
Foundation Scotland£9,764
Specific Donations
Amount When
To be used for
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
£9,523 20/02/2023
Towards unrestricted core costs as a Cost of Living Uplift
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
£95,232 19/01/2022
Towards core costs Trans Sport Policy & Participation, a project to increase inclusion of trans* people in sport and physical activity in Scotland whilst tackling the multiple barriers which ....more
Scottish Council For Voluntary Organisations
£10,000 03/01/2022
Detailed information not yet available.
Scottish Government
£19,600 20/01/2021
Detailed description not provided.
BBC Children in Need
£30,000 21/12/2020
72 gender variant children aged 8-12 will participate in family work, sports, physical activities and group work across central Scotland. They will have improved mental health and wellbeing, physical ....more
Foundation Scotland
£4,764 28/10/2020
To support intersectional sports group leaders across Scotland to develop the necessary skills to ensure their groups are able to keep running in the face of COVID-19.
LGBT Consortium
£10,000 29/09/2020
Core costs grant towards a fundraising post within LEAP Sports Scotland, in response to covid and the impact it has had on LGBT communities.
Scottish Government
£6,080 17/04/2020
Detailed description not provided.
The National Lottery Community Fund
£10,000 26/02/2020
This group will provide a weekend of well-being for 80 LGBTIQ+ young people to bring them together to connect with their peers and help improve confidence and personal skills.
The National Lottery Community Fund
£120,450 25/02/2020
This group will use the funding to improve the lives of LGBTI people by tackling the barriers that prevent them from accessing and participating in physical activity and sport. The project will work ....more
Foundation Scotland
£5,000 09/12/2019
to contribute towards delivering the Trans*Active project.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund
£10,000 08/08/2018
YOYP Rainbow Sport Youth Leadership Academy
The National Lottery Community Fund
£149,982 21/12/2016
This group will use the grant to improve accessibility and participation in sport for people within the LGBTI community. The work will also include providing specific support programmes for the ....more
The National Lottery Community Fund
£10,000 08/09/2015
This group will use the funding to produce a short film featuring the stories of individuals with differing gender identities and their participation in sport.
Comic Relief
£50,000 18/03/2015
Research by LEAP Scottish Sport in 2012 found many LGBT young people dropped out of sport during transition into adult lives. Bullying in PE, exclusion and negative attitudes towards gender mean they ....more
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Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?


Sorry we have no information about the Trustees.

Legal constitution
  • Charity registered in Scotland on 13/06/2012, number: SC043210
Main office

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4 The organisation is established for charitable purposes only. The organisation exists to champion equality and inclusion for all within sports and outdoor activity across Scotland, and in particular, the objects are: 4.1 To advance community development through supporting the development of LGBTI sports organisations and their leaders across Scotland. and 4.2 To promote equality and diversity through challenging discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity within sport, and to work towards the visibility and inclusion of LGBTI people in mainstream sports. and 4.3 To promote equality and diversity through influencing national agencies, governing bodies and leaders within mainstream sports, and to support them to implement policies of equality and inclusion. and 4.4 To organise recreational activities which improve the quality of life for LGBTI people encouraging and enabling them to overcome the barriers which block their access to sport. and 4.5 To further the advancement of public participation in sport by using the legacy of sports events as an opportunity for LGBTI sports

Data Sources

Scottish Charity Regulator
360 Giving
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