The charity has been funded by Awards for All for its Expanding Horizons programme in Paisley & Renfrewshire. This engagement programme will run to March 2019.
We are grateful to the following organisations for generous donations throughout this year
- Communication Workers Union
- EIS Aberdeenshire Local Association
- EIS North Lanarkshire Local Association
- EIS South Lanarkshire Local Association
- EIS West Lothian Local Association
- Fire Brigades Union
- Irvine & North Ayrshire Trades Union Council
- Kilmarnock & Loudon Trades Union Council
- Musicians’ Union (Scotland)
- Renfrewshire Council
- Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association (TSSA)
- University and College Union (London)
Outspoken Arts Scotland is regularly funded by Glasgow City Council.
Glasgow, with a population of around 600,000, is Scotland’s largest city and is the commercial capital of Scotland. It is the UK’s largest retail centre after London.
Situated in the Central Belt of Scotland on the west coast it is easily accessible by road, rail and air.
Glasgow is one of Europe’s top 20 financial centres and is home to many of Scotland’s leading businesses.
The city houses many wonderful municipal art galleries and museums, first class sports and leisure facilities; excellent theatres; an array of restaurants, pubs and clubs; and beautiful parks. Spectacular countryside and coastal views are within easy reach and the city is only 42 miles from Scotland’s capital city of Edinburgh.
The city is administered by Glasgow City Council with the municipal headquarters, the City Chambers, situated in George Square, at the heart of the city.
The City Council works with partner agencies including Scottish Enterprise, the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley Tourist Board, Greater Glasgow Health Board, public sector organisations, educational institutions and the private and voluntary sectors to raise the profile of the city and make it an attractive place to live in, study in, work in, or visit.
Outspoken Arts Scotland is funded by Creative Scotland. Creative Scotland is the national leader for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries. It’s our job to help Scotland’s creativity shine at home and abroad. We invest in talented people and exciting ideas. We develop the creative industries and champion everything that’s good about Scottish creativity. Scotland boasts an incredible range of talent, from award-winning directors and writers to widely recognised actors and internationally renowned musicians, visual artists, architects and digital companies. As a result of the wealth of indigenous talent, Scotland produces a huge volume of home-grown productions and products each year. http://www.creativescotland.org.uk
Multinational Software Corporation
Provider of free software to non-profit organisations, Microsoft believe technology can do amazing things. That’s why they donate, on average, $1 million dollars a day in software to nonprofits around the world. In the hands of nonprofit organizations, technology can boost productivity, increase effectiveness through better collaboration, and extend services to new communities and individuals in need. Moreover, technology can be a powerful force that opens exciting opportunities for nonprofits to better achieve their missions and accelerate their impact.
Microsoft has donated over £10,000 of software to our charity over the last 15 years.