In The Community

At Trinity Factors, we feel that businesses should support their local community. That’s why we support community projects as well as national and international charities, with a preference to supporting smaller charities and community projects.

We can provide financial help or practical help with materials, printing, postage or loan of equipment such as vans, trailers and manpower.

For more information as to how we could help your organisation please email

Organizations we have supported in the past include:

Appeal Of The Arts

Supported an innovative programme to construct a major performing arts centre on campus at Erskine Stewarts Melville Schools in Edinburgh.

Bethany is a wonderful charity working in this difficult field. We pass on redundant furniture etc from flats in our care. Recycling at its best! When we are furnishing flats in our care, we support Bethany, British Heart Foundation and Barnardos in particular, as well as other charity shops.

CRY Cardiac Risk in the Young provides support and care for young people with heart disorder. They welcome used postage stamps and they get all ours.

We provided our professional services free of charge to project manage the creation of a three bedroom flat within the centre. We now manage the flat to provide significant, regular income to the centre.

We are pleased to annually gift the first prize for their fund-raising raffle.

We're delighted to support the John Muir Trust financially. It’s appropriate for us to do so as some of the property in our care is woodland, garden ground and amenity space (although admittedly we wouldn't call it wild).

We were delighted to pay for five cataract operations in West Africa, giving the gift of sight.

We were delighted to respond to a request for modest funding to assist improvements to the Education Room at Newhailes, near Musselburgh.

We are financially supporting the theatre's bold plans for redevelopment and expansion. Good Luck!

RYLA is an outdoor education opportunity for school-age children, organised by Rotary International. We're sponsoring one place each year for three years to enable a pupil chosen by Firhill High School to attend the course at Ardeonaig on Loch Tay.

With the support of many of our staff and clients, we raised over £2,000 to buy four shelterboxes - emergency accommodation and equipment.

We matched the gift of a member of our staff to assist in promoting worldwide justice, equality and eradicating poverty.

We purchased a brilliant painting of Creel boats on the River Dee, donated to the charity by a local artist. You are welcome to view it in our Aberdeen office - no appointment necessary. We might even run to a cup of coffee!

We've supported an initiative to raise funds for the trust by buying and giving away loads of reusable shopping bags to cut down on plastic carrier bags.

Contact us for more information