The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme

As a small Community Interest Company we are very grateful to the generous funders who make our work possible through their ongoing support. They are essential to the continued success of Paws for Progress, enabling us to improve the lives of people and animals in Scotland.

We currently have / have had essential support and funding for Paws for Progress across our projects from many generous funders including BBC Children in Need, the Big Lottery Fund, The Robertson Trust, RBS Skills and Opportunities Fund, The Volant Charitable Trust, The Woodhaven Trust, The Clothworkers Foundation, Comic Relief, Foundation Scotland, The Cross Trust, Nancie Massey Charitable Trust, Carillion plc, Ross and Liddell Community Fund, Voluntary Action Fund, The Maple Trust, The Hugh Stenhouse Foundation, Santander Foundation, the Trusthouse Charitable Foundation and an anonymous charitable trust.

BBC Children In Need

BBC Children In Need play a key role in enabling us to employ a full-time member of staff to work with children and young people in the community through their generous multi-year award.

The Big Lottery

The Big Lottery Fund have awarded Paws for Progress several multiple year grants since we registered as a Community Interest Company, which have been essential for allowing us to continue providing our rescue dog training programme at HMP & YOI Polmont.

Robertson Trust

An exceptional supporter of Paws for Progress since the initial pilot project is The Robertson Trust, who we are particularly grateful to for their fantastic ongoing funding and support.

Foundation Scotland

The Maple Trust

RBS Skills and Opportunities Fund

Volant Charitable Trust

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Every donation, large or small, will help us to enhance the well-being of people and animals

News

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Exciting new collaboration unveiled with the Scottish Prison Service and the Dementia Dog Project.

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