A Paisley based charity focusing on promoting the social mobility, encouraging the health and well being and advancing the education of people in the town.
Here's some of our objectives, resources and future plans.
To promote social mobility, encourage health and well being and advance the education of those living in Paisley and the surrounding area who require assistance.
To co-operate with other like-minded charitable organisations in Paisley.
To support charitable appeals and projects for the benefit of the people of Paisley.
P³ currently has a managed investment portfolio. Through the Committee’s network of contacts, the income is distributed as seen fit to grant applicants, often made by applications from third parties acting, in confidence, on behalf of individuals.The Committee also has the power to solicit donations, sponsorship and the like in pursuit of the Association’s objectives.
Having ‘re-invented’ itself in 2003, to better meet the needs of society, now and in the future, P³ will continue distributing funds out of income. Plans are being developed to link with other like-minded organisations and public bodies to assess the possibility of undertaking additional, more substantial, projects that share the same core objectives. It is envisaged that this will require raising the Association’s profile and to commence fund-raising initiatives to meet the needs of the projects identified.
If you are interested in assisting in the future plans of the Association please contact the Secretary or any member of the Committee. Similarly, if you know of any individual, project or organisation which meets the Association’s Objectives and might benefit from funding please make an application to any member of the Committee.
ACCORD’s Chief Executive Helen Simpson welcomed Committee members to the refurbished In Patient Unit on 6th February where they were introduced to staff and volunteers.
James Lang presented a grant cheque for £1,500 to ACCORD’s Chief Executive, Helen Simpson, on 10th March 2020. The request for a contribution to the
On Wednesday 4th April 2018 James Lang, Chair of Providing for People in Paisley (P³) presented Lynne Gilday founder of Back to School Bank Paisley
James Lang, Chair, of ‘Providing for People in Paisley’ presented Lynne Gilday and volunteer Jamie-lee Dickson with sixty seven winter coats on 23rd February. James
In 2015 a group of Gleniffer High School pupils entered the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative. They were successful in their bid and secured a grant
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