Partner Organisations and Youth Charities

Check out these amazing youth charities and organisations! If you enjoy Connect Alloa, or are interested in learning more about youth work, charity work within the local area, and/or volunteering opportunities, these organisations are a fantastic place to start.


We've also included some information about Connect Alloa's different funding providers. With their generous support, we've been able to grow as a charity and improve our youth sessions. 


Interested in working with us? We are always open to new collaborations and learning from other charities. 

partner organisations for Alloa

Local Organisations and Youth Charities

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Hawkhill Community Association

Based in Alloa,  Hawkhill is a community centre situated in the heart of the Hawkhill housing estate. They offer a wide range of facilities and activities to support individuals and the local community.


Clackmannanshire's Third Sector Interface. CTSI is a ‘single door’ access point for a wide range of support and services for charitable organisations, community and voluntary action groups, volunteering and social enterprise in Clackmannanshire.

Play Alloa

Play Alloa is a fantastic local charity supporting children, young people and adults with disabilities and learning difficulties from across Clackmannanshire. They provide a range of different play and social activities.

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Wimpy Park Community Group

Wimpy Park Community Group are responsible for reviving and maintaining Wimpy Park in Alloa. They have transformed this important local space over the past few years and have recently been selected as part of the  BBC's Beechgrove Garden makeover project.

Ochil View Housing Association

Ochil View are a local housing association established in 1989, providing affordable and sustainable accommodation in Clackmannanshire. 

Wee County Veterans

Wee County Veterans support ex-service and currently serving personnel. They fundraise for and support local veterans in the Clackmannanshire community. They participate in poppy collections, distribute food hampers, and assist with memorials.

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Home-Start Clackmannanshrie

Home-Start works with families in the local community, supporting both parents and children. They provide a network of support, including group events/workshops and trained family volunteers.

National Organisations

Youth Scotland

Youth Scotland is a national charity that aims to support and provide youth work across the country.
Our team have accessed funding opportunities, support and training through working with Youth Scotland.

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YouthLink Scotland


YouthLink Scotland champions the youth work sector, challenging government at national and local levels to invest in development and support for youth organisations and workers.

Funding Providers

The Robertson Trust

The Robertson Trust is the largest independent grant-making trust in Scotland. They have helped Connect Alloa by part-funding our Project Leader role for 3 years.

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust operates across former coal-mining communities in the U.K. They have supported Connect Alloa through providing funding for digital engagement, extra youth work hours, our Living Wage Accreditation and new technology.

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St. James's Place Charitable Foundation

The St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation supports people in need through awarding grants to charities registered in the UK. With their funding, Connect Alloa was able to rent our own office space & expand our creative activities.

National Lottery Community Fund

The National Lottery Community Fund has provided joint funding for our Project Leader, salaries for our part time Youth Worker & Digital Engagement Worker and associated costs to keep Connect running until July 2022.


Scottish Charity Number: SC049028