Pupils from Bannockburn High School follow horticultural and personal development courses at Green Routes
The Benview Garden Centre at nearby Ward Toll supports Green Routes not just by meeting some of its garden needs but has also provided work experience opportunities for some of our students.
The Callander Youth Project is an independent voluntary youth organisation serving rural Stirlingshire. It provides a wide range of activities for young people, including a support programme for young people who are not in education or employment with training.
The Care Inspectorate helps make sure we continue to provide the highest quality of care for our students and that their rights are promoted and protected.
Clackmannanshire Council supports many of our students through its Education and Learning and Social Care and Health programmes.
Firstport supports individuals with great business ideas that benefit people, communities and the environment. Through business support, resources, training and funding, it can help turn ideas into a thriving social enterprise.
Forth Environment Link (FEL) began with the aim of teaching children about biodiversity and nature. It expanded to include adult education and demonstration projects. It now has charitable status and serves three local authority areas – Stirling, Clackmannanshire and Falkirk. It also has an additional focus on sustainable local food production and consumption. In 2012 FEL took over the hosting of Cycle Stirling bringing a new cycling focus to its work.
Green Routes leases its walled garden from the charitable organisation which owns Gartmore House and has a close working relationship with it.
The Henry Smith Charity is a large grant making charity. It currently supports up to 1,000 organisations and charities throughout the UK for initiatives and projects that address social inequality and economic disadvantage. The Henry Smith Charity currently helps support Green Routes.
Impression Engineering provide Green Routes with web design and ecommerce services.
New Caledonian Woodlands exist to enhance the natural environment, inspire positive environmental behaviour change and improve mental and physical well-being. They do this through environmental projects with a focus on hands-on conservation activity.
The Ogilvie Group is an important business supporter of Green Routes. The company currently helps us by providing significant material and technical support.
The Robertson Trust is an independent Scottish grant-making Trust It aims to identify and support charities, large and small, which deliver measurable outcomes on behalf of the individuals, groups and communities they seek to serve. The Robertson Trust currently helps support Green Routes.
The Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society runs an Achievement Award for those who wish to gain recognition for their gardening efforts and this is part of the learning programme for some of our students.
This body for voluntary organisations in Scotland offers development support to local voluntary projects like Green Routes in different practical ways.
Scottish Enterprise identifies and exploits opportunities for supporting Scottish initiatives.
Pupils from St Modan’s High School follow horticultural and personal development courses at Green Routes.
Through Education and Learning and Social Care and Health programmes, Stirling Council supports many of the students who benefit from the Green Routes experience.
Strathard Community Council is another local organisation which supports Green Routes by using our products and services.
The Gartmore community has run the village shop since January 1998.The shop sells garden produce from Green Routes and supports the social and personal development of our students.
The Forestry Commission Visitor Centre supports Green Routes in a number of ways, for example by purchasing our flowering baskets.
Tough Construction is a civil engineering and groundworks specialist based in Glasgow. They currently help support the Green routes project.
Trellis is the national Scottish charity that supports, promotes, and develops the use of horticulture to improve health, well-being and life opportunities for all. It provides valuable help for Green Routes.
The community-run business in Aberfoyle meets our needs for butane gas and petrol. It also supports Green Routes by selling our garden produce.
Pupils from Wallace High School follow horticultural and personal development courses at Green Routes.