Supporting individuals and families in the Stirlingshire area who are experiencing homelessness, housing difficulties and financial hardship.


Can I contact the project directly for help for me and my family?

  • We operate by referral only. For referrals please contact:
  • Citizens Advice Bureau – 01786 470239
  • Customer First – Money, Debt and Benefits Advice – 01786 233528
  • Stirling Council Housing Mainstream – 01786 816515
  • Stirling Council Homeless Unit – 01786 237900
  • Forth Housing Association – 01786 446066
  • Rural Stirling Housing Association – 01786 841101

Can I bring you furniture, bedding, curtains and other household items and appliances?

  • We are unable to accept any of the above items.  However, The Salvation Army Valley Project are able to uplift and reuse many household items.  Please contact them direct on: or 01786 479262.

How can I make a financial donation to support your work?

How do you meet the cost of your premises, staff and running costs?

  • Our Project Co-ordinator regularly applies for funding to a variety of grant making trusts and funders.  Over the last few years we have been supported by: Stirling Council Homelessness Partnership, Church of Scotland Parish Development Fund (now referred to as the Go For It Fund), Faiths in Scotland Community Action Fund, The Lintel Trust and the Big Lottery Fund.

I’m interested in volunteering, how do I find out more?

When is your Premises open and receiving donations:

  • We are open to receive donations between 9 am and 3 pm Monday to Friday.

Where else can I Donate:

  • Forth Valley College, Stirling Campus Reception
  • St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Dunblane
  • Sainsburys, Stirling
  • Morrisons, Stirling
  • Waitrose, Stirling
  • Tesco, Stirling
  • Tesco, Dunblane
  • Bannockburn High School, Bannockburn
  • The Dunblane Centre, Dunblane
  • TSB Bridge Of Allan
  • Wallace House, City Centre Stirling
  • The Yoga Tree, Stirling
  • Cambusbarron Library
  • Drymen Library
  • Plean Library
  • St Ninians Library