Our Partners

Church of Scotland 
This is the official website of the Church of Scotland



For many people life can be difficult. Faced with various physical, emotional and social challenges, we aren't always equipped to cope on our own. 

CrossReach believes that with the right support, at the right time, every person can flourish and every life cab be fulfilling.

If you want to learn more contact CrossReach at the following link.


Stirling Presbytery

A Presbytery is a group of Church of Scotland congregations who work with each other, support each other and learn from each other.

The Presbytery of Stirling consists of 45 congregations spread from Killin in the North, to Strathblane in the South; and from Clackmannan on the Forth in the East, to Buchanan on the shores of Loch Lomond in the West.


Christian Aid

Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. 1.7m people in need reached by our humanitarian programmes.


Start Up Stirling

Supporting Our Community

Together we can make a difference to help local people who are going through a difficult time.Our project is focused on relieving poverty, suffering and distress of people in crisis across the Stirling Council area

People all across the Stirling Council area find themselves in financial difficulty, poverty or crisis. It can happen to anyone—people find themselves in difficulty, unexpectedly, more often than you might think.

Ongoing rising costs, particularly of food and domestic fuel, have an acute effect on low income households. People in rural areas typically need to spend between 10% and 20% more on everyday requirements than those in urban areas. The more remote the area, the greater are these additional costs.

Losing paid employment, receiving an unexpected high bill, going through a family breakdown, being ill and losing pay or benefit delays can all cause people to experience financial difficulty, food poverty or homelessness.

This is where Start Up Stirling comes in



Salvation Army - Stirling Branch

Killearn Kirk supports the Salvation Army with their Christmas Appeal for gifts for young people and families in the Stirlingshire area.


Tear Fund
A Christian aid and development organisation.