Become a partner

Dyslexia Scotland is funded and supported by a diverse range of partners.

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Become a partner

Although we receive funding from the Scottish Government, contributions from Trusts,  private companies and personal donations are all crucial to our work in supporting people with and affected by dyslexia.

In return our partners enjoy a range of benefits.

Official sponsorship: become an official sponsor of our services, such as the helpline, tutoring, and training.

Aberdeen Asset Management has kindly supported the publication of Dyslexia Scotland's magazine 'Dyslexia Voice' over recent years.

In 2014-16 Dyslexia Scotland is the Scottish Football Association's nominated charity. This partnership will help to increase awareness about dyslexia in the footballing world as well as helping Dyslexia Scotland to raise funds at football matches during the partnership period. 

The Dyslexia Scotland Junior Cup: Dyslexia Scotland also joined up with the Scottish Junior FA as the official Scottish Junior Cup partner until the end of the season. The partnership was formed as part of Dyslexia Scotland’s Official Nominated Charity status with the Scottish FA in order to raise the profile and awareness of our activities.

Scotland striker Steven Naismith, one of our Ambassadors, launched our partnership with the Scottish FA in October 2014. Read more here

 

Become Dyslexia friendly: 

Add your voice to many others working to raise greater awareness about dyslexia. With our help, your organisation can become dyslexia friendly - enhancing accessibility and equality for your staff.

Westwater Advocates supports Dyslexia Scotland

In April 2015, Westwater Advocates Stable Director Calum MacNeill QC said, “Dyslexia is still an inadequately recognised and understood condition. We are delighted to do what we can to assist Dyslexia Scotland in their remarkable work.”

Cathy Magee, Chief Executive of Dyslexia Scotland added, “We are delighted to have been selected as the stable’s nominated charity this year and very much look forward to working with the Westwater Advocates to raise awareness of dyslexia as well as funds to support our work.”

The Stable of Advocates plans to support Dyslexia Scotland by raising awareness of Dyslexia Scotland and to support its fund raising activities. As a start Sir Crispin Agnew QC and Neil MacDougall joined the team to collect for Dyslexia Scotland outside the Scotland v Gibraltar European Qualifier football match at Hampden Park on Sunday 29 March.

Click here for the full press release and photos.

Become an advisor: 

You and your staff will have the opportunity to help steer our Sub Groups, by sharing expertise in areas such as media handling, publications, membership and research.

You can also support us by becoming a corporate member. To see the benefits of Corporate Membership, go to the Members section.

If you would like to discuss the possibility of a Partnership, simply get in touch with our team today.