The Spartans Community Football Academy is delighted to work with and receive vital support from a range of partners who share our vision and support us to change lives in North Edinburgh.
Cash for Kids helps children who are disadvantaged through poverty, and who are sick or disabled. They also help groups and organisations that work to improve the lives of children in our community.Visit website
Social Investment Scotland is a charity and social enterprise that provides loans to other charities, social enterprises and community groups across Scotland.Visit website
We are delighted to be one of the organisations to benefit from Baillie Gifford's Community Engagement support.Visit website
Resilient Scotland provides investment and support to social enterprises. We are delighted to be partly funded by Resilient Scotland Ltd. from the JESSICA (Scotland) trust.Visit website
The Robertson Trust is currently the largest independent trust in Scotland and has a vision to improve the quality of life and realise the potential of people and communities in Scotland.Visit website
BBC Children in Need is the BBC's UK corporate charity that aims to make a real difference to the lives of children all across the UK.Visit website
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) helps communities and enriches lives by combining the collective strengths of the industry to provide grants, volunteer service and leadership.Visit website
The SFP Trust promotes public participation in football for people of all ages regardless of ability or social circumstance by providing funding and support for grassroots clubs and other charitable organisations with football related projects.
The Alternative School at The Academy is part of the Scottish Government's Youth Music Initiative (YMI) which is administered by Creative Scotland. The YMI creates access to high quality music making opportunities, enables young people to achieve their potential in or though music and supports the development of the sector for the benefit of young people.Visit website
We are delighted to be supported by Walter Scott.Visit website
Sporting Start is a charity which enables young people in Edinburgh and the Lothians to experience and enjoy sport.
Bain Capital supports a wide array of non-profit organisations through the Bain Capital Community Partnership.Visit website
"The Spartans Community Football Academy has an excellent reputation for running the business side of things exceptionally well and very professionally, whilst maintaining an absolute and responsible focus on the local community. Who would ever have thought that football could help improve dental health? [Through the Spartans Smilers programme.] It is this focus, passion and innovation that helps The Academy stand out.”