The Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee formed a new Registered Charity in March 2017, which is regulated by OSCR (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation No: SCO47218).
Under its constitution, income, which is primarily from rental income on a historical property, is used to continue the charitable works of the Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee, and this is listed in particular as: The advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science to include support appropriate to the Nine Incorporated Trades of Dundee; The advancement of citizenship or community development; The prevention or relief of poverty; The advancement of education; The advancement of religion; and The advancement of health.
The Trustees of the General Fund Charity make grants, donations, loans and gifts to organisations, and, rarely, individuals. A small number of pensions are also paid to individuals who used to work in the trades, where they do not have access to State Pensions. Whilst applications are considered from national organisations, preference, when possible, is given to charities based in and around Dundee, particularly focused on supporting youth and the vulnerable and disadvantaged.
The Charity works closely with both Universities, the Dundee & Angus College, and also the High School of Dundee, to provide support for both secondary and tertiary education for disadvantaged individuals.
Supported by the Nine Trades
- Apprentice Award
- Creative Spaces
- DJCAD Final Year Degree Project Award
DJCAD Final Year Degree Project Award
- Hammerman Awards
- Tayside Dynamos
- The Cordiners Best Use of Leather Prize
The Cordiners Best Use of Leather Prize
- The Dundee Tapestry
The Dundee Tapestry
- The Dyer Trade Award for Surface Print
The Dyer Trade Award for Surface Print
- The Tailors Prize
The Tailors Prize
- The Weavers Prize 2020
The Weavers Prize 2020
- The Weavers Prize 2021
The Weavers Prize 2021
Bruce is the Business Advisor and External Relations officer with Dundee and Angus College. He is Chair of Y.E.S Area Board, a Cub Leader and general life enthusiast.
David is a retired butcher and owned Robertsons foodhall, the family business in Brook Street, Broughty Ferry.