Social Benefits Wishlist
Name Town/Area Category  Details of Wish List request Dated added to wishlist
Renton Community Development Trust. Renton

Donations of money / materials / labour to support local community projects

Request 1

Roughcasting repairs -  Materials & labour needed to complete task.


Request 2

Emulsion Paint needed to decorate the foyer and the hall male toilets. We will provide the labour for the decorating.
Dalmuir Park Sheltered Housing Glasgow Donation of goods to support local health or wellbeing projects

Wish list for both Nairn Street and Shaftesbury Street Sheltered Complex would be:

  • Purchase 6 electric wheelchair storage units.
  • Funds to provide a fitness trainer 2 sessions a week for chair exercise classes.
  • Funds to provide 6 social events indoors and outdoors in the wider community to include bus hires.
  • Funds to replace kitchen utensils.
  • Funds to decorate both common rooms.
Clifftop Projects Dumbarton Donation of money to support local community projects

Donations to Clifftop Projects would support transport for local young people in West Dunbartonshire to attend theatre and performance events across Scotland. It could also pay for a performance company to come to Dumbarton with a show. 


We would be happy to arrange sponsorship with a supplier. You can find out more about any of our projects here:
Dalmuir Barclay Church Clydebank  Donation of money to support local community projects

Currently looking for donations to replace our matting on the floor at the entrance of our church. Looking to replace it with a non-slip material and we would be very appreciative and grateful if there was a company who could help us out with the cost of replacing this.

Measurements for non slip matting.  244 x 184 cms

Bonhill Community Garden Braehead, Bonhill

Provision of labour, money or materials to support local community projects.

Help needed for:

  • Building a wooden fence around work area
  • Painting wooden beds & pergolas
  • Landscaping features (manual labour)
  • Planting out (veg/trees/flowers)
  • Grass cutting
  • Weeding

Donations of household Cleaning wipes, toilet roll, hand sanitiser, plaster gloves, bin liners (small & large), gardening gloves (adult & kids), larger plant pots (40-60cm), garden trowels & forks, long handled steel weeding brush, work safety boots UK size 8&9, padlock & keys, copy paper & printer's ink for Epsom copier.

Dynamite Gymnastics Club Clydebank Provision of labour to support local community projects

We are currently needing our shutter fixed but we are also looking to improve our toilet facilities at the club and could do with help for the following jobs:

  • Wet Wall or similar product to be put up in girls/boys toilets
  • New cubicle doors to be hung/painted
  • Toilet seats/handles replaced

We also have a leak in our roof which has been repaired on a number of occasions but we are still getting water in – if anyone could look at that then it would be appreciated.

Finally, the gutters regularly fill with leaves/moss from the trees on the railway – so these need cleared a lot so any help with that would also be great.

Drumchapel Amateurs Clydebank Donation of money to support local community projects

Despite our name, Drumchapel Amateurs are a Clydebank based club.  We have our own grass park in Duntocher and we work  in partnership with Clydebank Community Sport Hub in Whitecrook where all our players train.   We have over 300 players and 60 volunteers and the club is growing all the time. We aim to keep costs at a minimum to allow us to inclusive to all.

We are always looking to refresh equipment due to high usage and new teams starting annually currently we are in need of:

Size 3 Balls
Size 5 Balls
Plastic Mannequins
Inflatable Mannequins
Replacement small sided goals

Drumchapel Amateurs Clydebank Donation of money to support local community projects

Despite our name, Drumchapel Amateurs are a Clydebank based club.  We have our own grass park in Duntocher and we work in partnership with Clydebank Community Sport Hub in Whitecrook where all our players train. We have over 300 players and 60 volunteers and the club is growing all the time. 

Last year we hosted an October Camp that was FREE for all participants our main focus was to tackle holiday hunger with lunch and snacks being provided every day.  In addition to this we had Scotland Association Mental Health (SAMH) in attendance to deliver workshops on mental health & wellbeing.  We also had workshops focusing on rail safety and also Food & Nutrition.  Each day we delivered important messages in order to tackle sectarianism. 

Our hope is to deliver this camp again if we can obtain enough funding. The SFA in partnership with Cash Back Communities have agreed to provide some funding towards this but we are looking for additional funding to generate as many places as possible for vulnerable children over the holiday period.
OKFP HUB CIC Old Kilpatrick Donations of money / materials to support local community projects

We are developing a Community Garden as there is not currently anywhere in our village that engages the residents to meet and come together to enjoy an outdoor project. We plan on building raised beds which we will grow a selection of root vegetables to distribute in our foodbank as we only have tins and packets of food to give to families and we would like to be able to offer fresh produce. We also plan on having a reflection seating area for people to rest and relax while our volunteers are on hand for a chat or to offer support/advice if required. Essential food parcels and toiletries will also be available free of charge together with dog treats and poo bags. Currently looking for:

  • External paint
  • Internal emulsion and gloss/satin wood
  • 30sqm slabs
  • Fencing and posts
  • Kitchen units and worktop
  • Folding tables and chairs for outdoor use
  • Exterior paint including spray paints
  • Internal paint and rollers/brushes
  • Labour to lay slabs in community garden
  • Community garden volunteers
  • Security camera
  • Groceries or vouchers for food for our foodbank
  • Tumbler dryer for our community laundry
  • Takeaway containers and cups for our community cafe
Vale of Leven Football Club Alexandria Donation of money to support local community projects.

Currently looking for the following donations - Balls, strips, kit, bibs, money for facility fees and other equipment. We are also looking for donations to help build a toilet block that will include disabled facilities. At the moment we don't have this for our disabled members which restricts their independence and dignity. Our club members will benefit from a toilet block that includes disabled facilities as well as supporters from visiting teams. We are also looking at starting a disability team and this will be a minimum requirement.

Clydebank Men's Shed Clydebank Donation of cash or materials to support local health or wellbeing projects

Men's Shed Clydebank is about helping all men at different stages of their lives by making available opportunities to join with other men in creating meaningful, enjoyable mutually agreed activities and projects along with the companionship and support of each other… in a 'SHED' environment. We currently have 120 registered members, and work with a number of other local community groups including local schools and nurseries. Cash donations are a great help to allow us to support other community groups and individuals. Material donations are welcome too as they help us to offset the costs of the construction we undertake on behalf of the community.

The Vale of Leven Trust Alexandria and the Vale of Leven Donation of goods to support local health or wellbeing projects.

We run social walks in the area and we have become aware that not everyone has waterproof jackets suitable for walking. To prevent people's own jacket being soaked (and possibly there only one) we want to be able to offer a loan of a breathable waterproof jacket whilst out with us. The type of thing we are interested in would be: a mix of breathable waterproof jackets with hoods (small & medium and possibly a large.) We can have up to 10 on our walks so we would like to build up to that.

An iPhone 8 (refurbished is fine) so that our volunteer has a mobile phone when out on social walks (we would cover the sim card).


Routes Young Person's Project (Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs) West Dunbartonshire Donation of money to support local community projects

We support local young people aged 12-26 who are affected by parental alcohol or drug use.
Many of our young people don't get much for their birthday or Christmas so we endeavor to get them all a gift personal to them, this is becoming harder as the number of the young people we support is growing.
Money to buy each young person a birthday and Christmas present personal to them.
An emergency fund to buy items like school uniform item, phone charger etc.
We are always looking for a room for 1-2-1 support work, small group work or a base for our two members of staff . If any local businesses have a room we could use, we would be very grateful.

The Lennox Partnership Clydebank Donation of cash to support local health or wellbeing projects

We are currently working with 25 participants who are aged 50 or over - they have all come from complex backgrounds and 90% of them live in the highest deprived areas of WDC. We are requesting a donation of money so that we have the ability to purchase gym memberships or pay-as-you-go passes for our participants so that we can start a keep fit club one afternoon a week. We are also hoping to look into booking a gym hall or badminton court one day a week so that we can encourage our participants to exercise, release happy endorphins, take part in team building activities, form a bond with their key worker in a more relaxed environment and ideally break down some barriers that our participants are facing. After getting to know the individuals that we support, we have come to the conclusion that there is a real need for this club.

Growing Beardmore Community Garden Dalmuir Donation of money to support local community projects.

As a local community garden group we have really grown in numbers and do a lot of good work with local children and adults.  As a result of this we are looking for funding to obtain a bigger shed, large pots and a washing station. We would also be keen to get a portable toilet if possible.

Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels Old Kilpatrick Donation of cash to support local health or wellbeing projects

We are an emergency foodbank currently feeding over 200 families per week in West Dunbartonshire who are both working and unemployed but equally struggling financially.

West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare Dumbarton Donation of money to support local community projects

We wish for donations of food items, baby items, school uniform items and (at Christmas) donations of new toys for our projects - all donations are distributed to local people affected by poverty. We would also welcome monetary donations which would allow us to purchase items requested which we do not have in stock.

West Dunbartonshire Community Foodshare West Dunbartonshire Donation of cash to support local health or wellbeing projects
Ensuring we have enough funding to continue employment of our workers will ensure we can continue to provide our essential service to anyone in need across West Dunbartonshire.
We would also be grateful for support with donations of ambient, fresh and frozen food items.
Unity-Empower  Dalmuir Donation of money to support local community projects At the moment we support our service users with many different activities which includes cooking and gardening. We have recently been offered a small outdoor space within the grounds of Dalmuir community centre which we hope to add to the small indoor gardening space that we have within our activity room. At the moment we are growing many types of vegetables which we aim to use in our own cooking activities and to enhance this by a small outdoor area with perhaps three raised beds where we can continue to grow vegetables such as potatoes, leeks, lettuce etc. we are looking to have the three beds build and some foundation materials such as soil, seeds and small tools. 01/02/2022
Alternatives Community-based Recovery Dumbarton Donation of goods to support local health or wellbeing projects
3. Sink and short section of cupboards and worktop
4. Children's warm waterproof clothing - jackets, trousers, fleeces and wellingtons - for use by participants in our schools programme, after school group, school holiday activities and monthly children’s club.
The Clydebank Sea Cadets Clydebank Donation of money to support local community projects We are a youth charity that uses a nautical medium to provide young people, aged 10 to 18, with a head start in life. One of our principal outputs is to boost the physical and mental wellbeing of our youngsters. We provide a wealth of sports and waterborne opportunities as well as qualifications and life skills such as First Aid, Cookery,Communication and Team skills. Importantly, our starting point is to provide a safe and friendly environment for our young people, a place where they can make friends and feel part of a family. We try to be as inclusive as possible by setting our monthly subscription at £12 per child and by subsiding those who do not have the means to pay this or for equipment or activity costs.As we receive no income other than our subscriptions we welcome any donation to us and guarantee that it will go exclusively towards helping a child to a better future. We are a purely voluntary organisation that gives from the heart. 01/02/2022
Dumbarton United Dumbarton Donation of cash to support local health or wellbeing projects

Match kit sponsorship or support in obtaining new training equipment, training kit, tracksuits, footballs and assistance to pay let fees and ongoing bills.

The people who will benefit this the most will be the group of 20 boys who train and play week in week out with Dumbarton United 2009. The kids are all currently 14/15years old and for some this is their only means of social interaction outside of school. It is also for some the only fitness activity they have.

With access to the benefits the boys will be able to reap the rewards of new kit and new training aids. In the current financial climate this will help elevate some of the hardship some parents in our group struggle with in accessing football. This kind benefit will also assist in keeping the monthly cost to parents to a minimum.