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Our Partners

The Young Person's Guarantee is a commitment to bring together employers, partners and young people. It aims to connect every 16 to 24 year old in Scotland to an opportunity.

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The STA is the largest member organisation for tourism businesses in Scotland and the leading representative body for its tourism industry.

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The heart of Scotland's world-renowned education system. Offering globally recognised qualifications and services to realise your potential.


With over 240 organisations in membership, representing almost 500 individual sites across the country, ASVA connects the attractions sector together, providing advice, information, statistics, networking and training.


STAND promotes formal and non-formal education as a tool for personal and professional development. To create networks and partnerships with national and international organisations and institutions. 


The Poverty Alliance works alongside people experiencing poverty to influence policies at local and national level that will have an impact on poverty.

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Scotland Food & Drink is the only food and drink body in the world which facilitates and enables government and industry to work side by side. Their commitment is toward strengthening reputations, developing growth strategies and broadening networks to deliver a competitive edge for members and continued success for Scotland’s food and drink industry. 


Disability Equality Scotland is a membership organisation for disabled people and disability groups/organisations.

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Silver Stag of Scotland is a Community Interest Company (CIC) and the Community Kitchen's parent organisation.  


Learning Alliance Scotland

The Learning Alliance Scotland (LAS) is an informal cluster of several third sector interfaces and organisations. They offer training and support into employment for young people and adults in East Dunbartonshire through a person led approach.


The British Dietetic Association (BDA) is the only body in the UK representing the whole of the dietetic workforce.


Hunger has no place in 21st century Scotland.

Good Food Scotland work with partners as diverse as food banks and local community food organisations, politicians and companies, to make sure it becomes a thing of the past.

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