Some of the charities we've supported since 2014


As proud local businesses, Sure Recruitment and Sure Training will always work with charities and local groups, and whilst it’s impossible to support every charity, we do try and identify charities that mean a lot to our workforce, our staff, our clients and suppliers.

Our latest donations have been..

  • 2024 : we decided to support CHAS (childrens hospices across Scotland) for the year, as of June we’d donated over £4,500 to them, including raising money at our Golf Day, supporting the Rocking Horse Ball and we even had some sky divers raising money for CHAS in June.
  • Nov 23 : £500 to enable kick mental health to continue offering ‘free’ football sessions to help with Mental Health in Central Scotland amongst mostly (but not exclusively) young men.
  • Oct 23 : £154.20 raised for “wear it pink” by holding a cake sale in the Glasgow office
  • Sept 23 : £1,800.00 was donated to Transaid to support their London-Paris cycle challenge
  • May 23 : £200.85 we raised this by having ‘Cuppa Days’ in our Livingston and Glasgow offices
  • March 23 : £500 to enable kick mental health to continue offering ‘free’ football sessions to help with Mental Health in Central Scotland amongst mostly (but not exclusively) young men.
  • December 22 : £1,244 was donated by our Scottish Recruitment & Training businesses after a poll was launched to decide which charity should be the recipient, with the most popular choice being to split the donation equally between the 4 nominated charities (Demensia UK, Leukemia Care, Salvation Army Toy Appeal and Scottish Association for Mental Health).
  • December 22 : £104 raised for the ‘Save the Children’ Xmas Jumper Day on 8th December
  • November 22 : £1,000 from Sure NI to ‘Action Medical Research for Children’
  • November 22 : £455 from Sure NI to ‘Action Cancer’
  • October 22 : £339 by a cake sale in the Scotland offices for ‘wear it pink’ supporting ‘breast cancer now‘s‘  fundraising day on 21st October
  • October 22 : £2,681 for the Air Ambulance in Northern Ireland
  • September 22 : £400 to enable kick mental health to continue offering ‘free’ football sessions to help with Mental Health in Central Scotland amongst mostly (but not exclusively) young men.
  • March 22 : £250 donation to  ShelterBox  to provide emergency shelter and tools for families robbed of their homes by the war in Ukraine
  • Feb 22 : £400 donation to Kick Mental Health – so they can continue to offer their football sessions ‘free of charge’ in order to help combat mental health, loneliness and stigma through their 7-a-side games in Livingston

In December 2021 we invited each department to select a charity that means something to them, and we made a donation for each person who worked for them in the first week of the month

We’ve also supported CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland) in December with a donation of £100 and Save the Children in December 2021 by participating in their Xmas Jumper Day on 10th December.


Some of the other charities we have supported since 2018 include..

  • Prostate Cancer UK –
  • Poppy Scotland
  • Save the Children
  • Trust Jack
  • Social Bite
  • Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Variety
  • National Autistic Society
  • Yellow Ribbon Suicide Prevention – click here
  • Salvation Army’s ‘family appeal – for information on how we supported this charity click here
  • Age UK –
  • Kick Mental Health –


2017 Charity Fundraising

For the winter of 2017  we decided to support the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (formerly Yorkhill Royal Hospital for Sick Children) and as such we tried to raise as much money as possible for this very worthwhile local cause, including complete the Santa Dash in Glasgow in temperatures of minus 4.

And on Wednesday 7th February 2018 we were delighted to present a cheque to the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity for a grand total of £2,130.25

Useful Links

  • For information on the Santa Dash – click here
  • For information on the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity – click here


Previous charities we have supported in 2014-2016.

Children with Cancer and Leukaemia Advice and Support for Parents (CCLASP) help children and teenagers suffering from cancer or leukaemia in Scotland. We also help diagnosed families and bereaved families express and share with each other the feelings, anxieties, and horror of having a child with a life-threatening illness and provide practical and emotional support.

Transaid is an international development charity who identify, champion, implement and share local transport solutions to improve access to basic services and economic opportunity for people in Africa and in developing countries. They partner with local communities, governments, donors and organisations to achieve their aims and facilitate exchange of skills and knowledge gained from their projects.

SAMH is the Scottish Association for Mental Healthround- Around since 1923, SAMH currently operates over 60 services in communities across Scotland providing mental health social care support, homelessness, addictions and employment services, among others. These services together with our national programme work in See Me, respectme, suicide prevention, sport and physical activity; inform our policy and campaign work to influence positive social change.

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) – each of us has a responsibility to keep childhood free from abuse, and we must do everything possible to protect children and prevent it from happening. So if a law needs to change, or if more needs to be done to protect children, we demand it. The fact that we’re independent – relying on the public to fund our work – means we can push for change when others can’t.

Poppy Scotland provides life-changing support to our Armed Forces community.  We reach out to those who have served, those still serving, and their families at times of crisis and need by offering vital, practical advice, assistance and funding.  We believe that those who serve or have served, whether regular or reserve, are deserving of our support to live life fully without disadvantage after service.  No veteran should live without the prospect of employment, good health and a home, and we all have a part to play in achieving this.