Our Supporters

Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees is a partnership project which is supported by a wide range of organisations, communities and individuals. 

We are grateful for the financial support that has been offered to help deliver the project:-

From donations by individuals and groups, including:

Boat of Garten Church of Scotland Guild

Cameron Toll Chaplaincy

Ceilidh Connections, Edinburgh City of Sanctuary, the Welcoming Association and Re-Act – proceeds from raffle at ceilidh July 2017

Dunfermline Abbey Church of Scotland

Drumoak-Durris Church of Scotland

East Lothian Family Group – Iona Community

Edinburgh: Priestfield Church of Scotland

Greenock West United Reformed Church

Helensburgh Parish Church – Church of Scotland

Kelso Quaker Meeting

Kirknewton & East Calder Church of Scotland

Our Lady of Loretto and St Michael Catholic Church, Musselburgh

Perth and Kinross Presbyterial Council Church of Scotland Guild

Rutherglen United Church

Scottish Episcopal Church General Synod 2017 – offering during the Synod’s opening Eucharist

Skene Parish Church – Church of Scotland

St Columba’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Grantown-on-Spey

St Mark’s Unitarian Church, Edinburgh

St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh with Edinburgh: Palmerston Place Church of Scotland

St Paul’s and St George’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Edinburgh

United Church of Bute – Church of Scotland

United Reformed Church – Scotland Synod Fairtrade Stall March 2017

Wardie and Goldenacre Council of Churches

Yester, Bolton and Saltoun Church – Church of Scotland


And in the form of grants from institutions:

The Church of Scotland

The Scottish Catholic Bishops’ Conference

Action of Churches Together in Scotland

The Scottish Episcopal Church

The Salvation Army – Scotland Office

The Methodist Church in Scotland

The United Free Church of Scotland

The United Reformed Church National Synod of Scotland

The Scottish Council of Jewish Communities

Quakers in Scotland – the Religious Society of Friends General Meeting for Scotland

Police Scotland, Scottish Government and City of Edinburgh Council for the ‘Shared Vision Your Decision’ participatory budgeting fund for work to eradicate Islamophobia and associated prejudiced behaviour.

The EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund which part-funded two significant projects over the last 4 years: The New Scots Integration Programme in partnership with the Scottish Refugee Council; and our Faithful Welcome project in partnership with Faith in Community Scotland.