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


    Analysis by Giving is Great


    • There has been strong growth in spending over the last 5 years
    • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
    • A significant proportion of recent income was derived from major grant makers

    Financial issues to consider:

    • Income was significantly lower than spending in the latest year
    Established: 8 years
    Scottish Charity Regulator
    UN SDGs
    Financial Data
    Income & Spending ?
    Period ending 30/06/17 31/03/18 31/03/19 31/03/20 31/03/21 31/03/22 31/03/23
    Total income £50,000 £7,177 £42,807 £65,581 £40,705 £93,266 £66,785
    Total spending £20,863 £30,546 £36,941 £46,087 £44,287 £57,306 £102,580
    Surplus/deficit £29,137 -£23,369 £5,866 £19,494 -£3,582 £35,960 -£35,795
    Listed activities
    • It carries out activities or services itself
    • The advancement of education
    • The advancement of health
    • The advancement of citizenship or community development
    Where it operates
    • Scotland and other parts of the UK, main operating location: Midlothian
    Who it helps
    • Children or young people
    • Older People
    • People with disabilities or health problems','Other defined groups','Other charities or voluntary bodies

    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£140,652
    Corra Foundation£25,000
    Foundation Scotland£22,785
    Scottish Government£2,000
    Virgin Money Foundation£2,000
    Specific Donations
    Amount When
    To be used for
    National Lottery Community Fund - Mental Health and Wellbeing Support
    £121,068 06/07/2022
    This organisation will provide a programme activities for people in Edinburgh affected by homelessness or at high risk of homelessness. The project will promote physical and emotional wellbeing by ....more
    Corra Foundation - HDG-21/1623
    £25,000 30/09/2021
    unrestricted funds.
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Street Fit Scotland
    £14,895 24/06/2021
    To fund project to increase the capacity of our gentle fitness programme.
    DCMS - VSCE CMC Fund
    £5,000 21/08/2020
    NET, Comic Relief and Children in Need will use this funding to provide: increased support to vulnerable people and hidden groups, thus reducing the burden on public services; reach local grassroots ....more
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Street Fit Scotland
    £5,000 21/08/2020
    To provide digital devices and both outdoor and online Zoom fitness classes and peer support sessions to 30 individuals to reduce isolation, self-harmful behaviours and suicide risk and increase ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - Recovery From Covid19
    £9,584 06/08/2020
    This group will provide homeless and vulnerably housed people with access to one-to-one online counselling weekly Zoom group meet ups and telephone support.
    Scottish Government - Street Fit Scotland
    £2,000 03/06/2020
    Detailed description not provided.
    The Clothworkers Foundation - Grant to Street Fit Scotland
    £530 01/06/2020
    COVID19 : Purchase of IT equipment for a charity that support vulnerable adults affected by homelessness in Edinburgh
    Foundation Scotland - Grant to Street Fit Scotland
    £2,890 24/04/2020
    To contribute the purchase of essential items to allow the provision of food and hygiene parcels and support for costs to allow them to move their serves online to support their beneficiaries remotely
    Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to Street Fit Scotland
    £2,000 16/10/2019
    Street Fit Scotland was set up to support those who have experienced homelessness by improving their health, fitness and wellbeing while reducing social isolation. The award was used to support the ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - Pathways to Change
    £10,000 09/05/2019
    This group will use the funding to advance health, and well-being of individuals affected by homelessness, by providing access to sport, fitness and recreational activities.
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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 21/06/2016, number: SC046638
    Filing Record
    5 returns made; AR19: 20 days late, AR18: 31 days late,
    Main office

    Street Fit Scotland, 19 South Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JD


    The organisation’s purposes are: 4.1 To advance health, and well-being of individuals affected by homelessness, by providing access to sport, fitness and recreational activities with a view to reducing isolation, increasing access to peer support and interaction, preventing homelessness and promoting access to other related services. 4.2 To advance citizenship and community development by: providing supported volunteering and pre-employability programmes or (opportunities) to those affected by reason of their disadvantage and the wider community. and To promote and provide a programme of fitness, wellbeing, healthy lifestyle and community participation to those affected by homelessness, substance misuse, the justice system and trauma. 4.3 To advance education through training in health and well-being activities for participants, staff and volunteers (including the provision of mental health support through counselling services and suicide prevention).

    Data Sources

    Scottish Charity Regulator
    360 Giving
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