Emergency Appeal

At this time of national emergency, our services are needed more than ever. Young people are having to isolate themselves in their homes which in turn is putting strain on their mental health. We urgently need funding and we are asking our supporters (if they can afford) to commit to giving Venture Scotland £10 every month to help us to continue our life changing, often lifesaving, work.

By setting up a regular gift to Venture Scotland, you can help us plan ahead and assure the future of our programme for young people from Greater Glasgow & Clyde and Edinburgh & the Lothians.

Regular income is like gold dust to any charity and your gift will help us to become more sustainable going forward and enable us to help more young people. It’s really easy. You choose which payment method is best for you by selecting one of the following ways:

Don’t forget Gift Aid – If you are a UK taxpayer, you can increase your gift by 25% at no extra cost to you.

Here are some ideas of how your donation could help us…

  • £5 Gift of Comfort - could pay for a young person’s breakfast, lunch and dinner on a bothy trip.
  • £10 Gift of Activity - could pay for a young person's indoor climbing session.
  • £20 Gift of Reflection - could pay for a young person to have a 1-2-1 session with a dedicated support worker to talk through the issues and barriers they are facing and how they can overcome them.
  • £30 Gift of Understanding - could pay a life skills session for young people to enable them to be fully informed. Subjects include cooking, sexual health, drug awareness, budgeting, first aid, volunteering & being work-ready.
  • £35 Gift of the Outdoors - could pay for a team building day at a local beach or up a hill. The outdoors can improve sleep, reduce anxiety and improves mental, emotional and physical well-being
  • £50 Gift of Care - could pay for 2 support staff to help a young people facing a crisis.

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