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Dollar Community Development Trust benefits from strong partnerships and support from other local organisations. Here are just some of the organisations that help make our work possible.
The Trust works in partnership with the Community Council as set out in our Memorandum of Understanding (See below). In practical terms this means we work closely together on projects that make Dollar a better, more vibrant, place.
For an overview of what a Community Council does click here
We have formalised this partnership in a document which you can read here
CTSI have been invaluable in guiding The Trust through its first year, providing training for Trustees and access to a range of supportive networks and keeping us updated on funding opportunities.
Visit their website: http://ctsi.org.uk/
These three charitable Funds are provided by EDF-ER, the developer of the Burnfoot Hill, Burnfoot North and Rhodders Wind Farms. The funds benefit a number of different communities in Perth & Kinross and Clackmannanshire.
The Burnfoot Hill Fund benefits the Community Council areas of Alva, Dollar and Tillicoultry, Coalsnaughton & Devonside in Clackmannanshire and Blackford and the hamlet of Glendevon in Perth and Kinross.
Visit their website for more information.
The members of the Dollar Co-op have chosen The Trust to be one of the supported ‘Good Causes’ which means that every time you shop at the Co-op the trust gets a small percentage towards our fundraising which we are very grateful for.
We are members of DTAS and are very grateful for the support they gave us while we were getting set up and they are currently helping us through the community asset transfer process.
Find out more about our Community Asset Transfer here.
DTAS Website: http://www.dtascot.org.uk/
COSS Website: http://www.dtascommunityownership.org.uk/
We are delighted to be working with OYCI. Through them we ensure that we don’t lose the young peoples voices in the community. They are also helping us with our Play Parks Project.