We’ve attracted an amazing portfolio of innovative, ambitious charities serving different causes.
These charities are looking for the skills of professionals and some funding to tackle their projects.

© Enabling Enterprise

10 active projects operating in the “Mental health and disability services” area.


FrontlineAid in war and conflict zones and... get rid of Red Tape in the development sector (localising aid)

Helping Grassroots Initiatives to do what they good at - not putting them in front of computers! Only less than 2% of international aid goes to local organisations. In the aid sector, each organization is competing with each other – for money, for visibility, for paying their employees’ salaries. Local initiatives are struggling to survive, worn down by bureaucracy.

Areas of interest
Arts & Culture
Mental health and disability services

Community Food Initiatives North East CFINE)

FARE (Food Access Regeneration Enterprise))

To promote CFINE, raising our profile, creating a foundation to market our produce generating new enterprise customers, in turn generating increased profit to support our considerable community services and support.

Beyond Aberdeen
Areas of interest
Employability & Skills
Minority rights
Health & Wellbeing
Prevention and relief of poverty
Issues affecting women
Mental health and disability services
Environment & Sustainability

Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland

Shop 'til You Drop

Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland (SBH Scotland) adds quality to life, every day. We are the only registered charity with a Scotland-wide remit to support children, young people and adults with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus. Since 1965 we have been supporting people in Scotland with spina bifida and we now support more people than ever before. Our services are not provided by the NHS or any other organisation. We are looking into the possibility of opening a charity shop to continue our fundraising efforts, however, due to limited resources to date we have not had the means to research the pros & cons of this.

bEYondme Scotland