Financial Stability & Sustainability

Rydale Carers Support

Case study

Ryedale Carers Support (RCS) started in 1991 as a project of Ryedale Voluntary Action and registered as an independent charity nine years later. It provides practical and emotional support for carers, the people they care for and older people living on their own, relieving social isolation and often getting involved at times of stress or change due to illness or bereavement.

Father's Network Scotland

Case study

Black and white father and son gentle kissFathers Network Scotland is building a father-friendly world for families, from its contribution to research and national policy through to local events, resources and support.

The charity was formed in 2008 by a group of fathers, workers and professionals responding to a perceived lack of resources and support for Fathers.   

Contract win in the West Midlands

Case study

When The Haven was preparing to bid for its largest contract, providing support to women and families suffering from domestic violence, it engaged the support of the Cranfield Trust. 

Future sustainability for The Food Chain: supporting people with HIV

Case study

The cookery school run by The Food Chain now targets corporate clients following strategic advice from Cranfield Trust volunteer Maria Toneva. 

New funding helps Edinburgh's homeless

Case study

Rowan Alba approached the Cranfield Trust for help with a development plan for their work with homeless people in Edinburgh who have experienced abuse. Advice from Trust volunteer Bob Kelly resulted in a lottery win of over £400,000.  

Subscribe to RSS - Financial Stability & Sustainability