Finance Score: 2
Governance Score: 0
Support Score: 8
  • Strong growth: +2
  • No PartB
(no info on trustees)
    • Grant maker support: +8
    Overall GiG Score: 10 ?

    TOWARDS TRANSITION STIRLING SCIO 

    Analysis by Giving is Great

    Positives:

    • The charity has received backing from several prominent grant makers recently
    • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years
    • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
    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 £230,555 £292,403
    Donations & Legacies £3,815 £42,064
    Other Income £49,381 £338
    Investment Income
    Total income £150,920 £152,644 £179,954 £289,497 £428,176 £491,337
    Charitable activities spending £211,485 £495,557
    Fundraising costs 0%
    Other spending
    Total spending £146,781 £150,537 £167,460 £211,985 £401,297 £495,557
    Surplus/deficit £4,139 £2,107 £12,494 £77,512 £26,879 -£4,220
    Established: 12 years
    Scottish Charity Regulator
    UN SDGs
    ?
    Listed activities
    • It carries out activities or services itself
    GiG Classification
    • Land or water management
    Purposes
    • The advancement of citizenship or community development
    • The advancement of environmental protection or improvement
    Where it operates
    • More than one local authority area in Scotland, main operating location: Stirling
    Who it helps
    • 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
    National Lottery Community Fund£170,000
    Scottish Government£120,449
    Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations£15,000
    Specific Donations
    Amount When
    Months
    To be used for
    National Lottery Community Fund - Transtion Stirling Community Resource Sharing
    £150,000 10/01/2022
    36
    The group will use the funding to continue to provide a range of community activity centred around sustainable living and zero waste which will benefit people resident in Stirling. Three Project ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - Training for Reuse and Sharing Economy
    £10,000 07/12/2021
    The group will use the funding to hire a training coordinator upskill their volunteers to be able to contribute to their reuse hub and deliver events where volunteers can then pass on their skills ....more
    Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations - Reboot Stirling
    £15,000 01/07/2021
    Detailed information not yet available.
    Scottish Government - Towards Transition Stirling SCIO
    £47,619 07/04/2021
    Detailed description not provided.
    Scottish Government - Towards Transition Stirling SCIO
    £24,802 18/01/2021
    Detailed description not provided.
    Scottish Government - Towards Transition Stirling SCIO
    £25,000 16/12/2020
    Detailed description not provided.
    Scottish Government - Towards Transition Stirling SCIO
    £23,028 15/05/2020
    Detailed description not provided.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Covid19
    £10,000 12/05/2020
    3
    This group will use the funding to provide food parcels and ready made meals to local people impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
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    Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

    How is it governed?

    Trustees

    Sorry we have no information about the Trustees.

    Legal constitution
    • Charity registered in Scotland on 04/10/2012, number: SC043469
    Filing Record
    4 returns made; all on time
    Main office

    , FK8 2BS

    Objectives

    The organisations purposes are: to advance citizenship or community development (including rural or urban regeneration and the promotion of civic responsibility, volunteering, the voluntary sector or the effectiveness or efficiency of charities). to advance environmental protection or improvement by/through raising awareness of the implications of Climate Change and Peak Oil and encourage contributions from all sections of the community to plan and take action for a locally resilient, sustainable future. exploring and following pathways of practical actions that will reduce our harmful greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on fossil fuels and build local economy building Stirling?s resilience, that is, its ability to withstand ?shocks? from the outside, through being more self reliant in areas such as food, energy, health care, jobs and economics. working in partnership with other organisations, particularly local community groups and other voluntary organisations to meet our purposes as outlined above.

    Data Sources

    Scottish Charity Regulator
    360 Giving
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