The charitable arm of Appin Community Co-operative - supporting charitable and educational activities in the north Lorn area.
Established in 1991, the Trust is the charitable arm of the Cooperative. The 4 trustees are appointed by the Cooperative Management Committee (2 Trustees) and the general community (2 Trustees) with an appointed chairman.
The trust whose income comes predominantly from the cooperative, enhanced by legacies and donations, donates to many charitable and educational activities in the north Lorn area.
In recent years the trust has been the funding agent for several large projects – the community carpark, the all-weather pitch, the reflooring of the Port Appin hall and the major refurbishment of the Jubilee Bridge.
The trust also runs the 100 Club to raise funds to maintain and improve Appin’s leisure facilities.
Read more about Appin Community Trust projects here>
See also the main Appin.scot News & Events page>
Appin Community Trust: Spring 2019 update
Spring 2019 update from Appin Community Trust
Appin Community Trust: Winter 2018 update
Winter 2018 update from Appin Community Trust
Appin Community Trust: 2017 review
2017 review from Appin Community Trust
Appin Community Trust: 2016 review
2016 review from Appin Community Trust