Finance Score: 2
Governance Score: 0
Support Score: 5
  • Strong growth: +2
  • No PartB
(no info on trustees)
    • Grant maker support: +5
    Overall GiG Score: 7 ?

    EQUI-POWER CENTRAL SCOTLAND RDA SCIO 

    Analysis by Giving is Great

    Positives:

    • The charity has received backing from multiple 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
    Established: 9 years
    Scottish Charity Regulator
    Financial Data
    Income & Spending ?
    Period ending 31/08/17 31/08/18 31/08/19 31/08/20 31/08/21 31/08/22
    Total income £18,790 £23,907 £42,624 £60,445 £142,199 £120,690
    Total spending £33,437 £31,517 £39,574 £54,723 £70,570 £122,455
    Surplus/deficit -£14,647 -£7,610 £3,050 £5,722 £71,629 -£1,765
    What it does
    • It carries out activities or services itself
    Who it helps
    • People with disabilities or health problems
    • Other charities or voluntary bodies
    Purposes
    • 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
    • Stirling

    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
    Foundation Scotland£15,521
    Scottish Government£11,691
    National Lottery Community Fund£10,000
    The Foyle Foundation£4,000
    Co-Operative Group£1,486
    Specific Donations
    Amount When
    Months
    To be used for
    Co-Operative Group - Grant to Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA
    £1,486 22/10/2022
    We would like to increase our support for young people with additional needs, so they can volunteer with Equi-Power.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Equi-Power@Kildean
    £10,000 01/09/2022
    The group will use the funding to engage an architect to draw up plans for a riding centre which will benefit people with additional support needs in Stirling city.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £2,021 28/09/2021
    To fund additional coaching fees and towards the purchase of materials to improve stables in need of repair, so aiding their work using horses to develop life skills for children and young people ....more
    Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA
    £500 12/08/2021
    Grant through the Colleagues in the Community Fund towards the cost of architect fees for the new riding centre.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £5,000 07/07/2021
    to fund additional equine equipment for children and young people with additional support needs in Forth Valley.
    The Foyle Foundation - Small Grants
    £4,000 28/04/2021
    towards an appropriate second-hand vehicle to transport horses, equipment and participants with additional needs (awarded grant in response to coronavirus)
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £2,000 01/04/2021
    to fund livery costs for a year.
    Scottish Government - Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA SCIO
    £6,591 15/03/2021
    Detailed description not provided.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £2,500 19/10/2020
    to cover volunteer costs.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £2,000 29/09/2020
    To contribute towards the cost of a volunteer co-ordinator.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Equi-Power - Central Scotland RDA
    £2,000 02/09/2020
    The grant would contribute towards the cost of PPE equipment and coaching costs
    Scottish Government - Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA SCIO
    £5,100 18/05/2020
    Detailed description not provided.
    Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA
    £500 07/04/2020
    Grant through the Colleagues in the Community Fund towards the cost of a new trampette, crash mats and competition costs.
    Corra Foundation - HDA-19/21
    £4,880 01/02/2019
    Towards a sessional Project Worker (£2,000) to deliver the Equine Assisted Volunteer Learning programme and to cover the recruitment of a new part-time administrator (£2,880) conditional upon ....more
    Co-Operative Group - Grant to Equi-Power Central Scotland RDA
    £2,845 19/11/2018
    We want to buy equipment for a new horse: this will allow us to increase the services and opportunities we provide.
    Robertson Trust - the staff costs of the Interim Services
    £20,000 19/09/2017
    the staff costs of the Interim Services
    Robertson Trust - the staff costs of the Interim Services
    £10,000 29/02/2016
    the staff costs of the Interim Services
    National Lottery Community Fund - Equi-Power Capacity Building Phase 1
    £10,000 23/02/2016
    12
    This project will engage a sessional development worker to work with contractors, trustees and partners from the horse-riding sector to oversee the creation of a new riding for the disabled centre. ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - EQUI- POWER Social Enterprise Feasibility Study
    £10,000 18/11/2015
    24
    EQUI- POWER Social Enterprise Feasibility Study
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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 31/08/2015, number: SC045949
    Filing Record
    5 returns made; all on time
    Main office

    3 Fairfields, Moss Road, Nr Dunmore, Falkirk , Stirlingshire , FK2 8RY

    Objectives

    The organisation's purpose is to promote the objects of the Riding for the Disabled Association incorporating Carriage Driving (Company No 5010395) a charity registered under Charity Number SC039473 ('the Company') by providing disabled people with the opportunity to ride and/or to carriage drive to benefit their health and wellbeing in the Central Scotland area.

    Data Sources

    Scottish Charity Regulator
    360 Giving
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