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Due to the specialist nature of Kibble’s work we focus on developing key partnerships to help us deliver more efficient and effective services. These partnerships take a wide variety of forms, including philanthropy, social investment and a range of collaborations to allow us to adopt and share knowledge and best practice locally, nationally and internationally.
The past decade has seen investment of around £20 million in our programmes, our staff and our buildings, made possible by the careful blending of philanthropic donations, grants from statutory sources, and reinvestment of Kibble’s operating surplus.
We recently completed a £4 million capital project to redevelop specialist facilities on our 17.5 hectare campus to deliver secondary education and youth training to young people aged 12 to 18. The Robertson Trust Trades Learning Centre and Big Lottery funded Lifeskills Centre were completed in 2007 and opened by HRH The Princess Royal. Two new Education Suites (£1.3 million) supported by the Scottish Investment Fund (£500,000 grant and £500,000 loan) and the Gannochy Trust Centre for Expressive Arts (£600,000) were completed at the end of July 2010.
Philanthropy in Action
|Robertson Trust Trades Learning Centre||2007|
|2 Education Suites||2010|
|Gannochy Trust Centre for Expressive Arts||2010|
Education Suites Gannochy Trust Centre for Expressive Arts
A big thank you to all our supporters who have helped us to sustain and develop our work with young people at risk.
We also thank our volunteers, who give their time and commitment so generously.
IF YOU WISH TO MAKE A DONATION
Please make your cheque payable to Kibble Education and Care Centre and send to:-
Ms Lesley Fuller
Funding, Marketing and Communications Manager
Kibble Education and Care Centre
Scottish Charity Number SC026917