Support Inverness Heroes – Charities in the Highlands you can support

Support Inverness are highlighting the charities in our local area who have stepped up as real heroes, working to provide vital support to people both within and outside our community. This year please consider supporting our Support Inverness Heroes by clicking the button beneath each entry to discover their mission and fundraising methods.

Highland Hospice

An independent local charity reliant on our community. Your contribution of time or money, as a volunteer, fundraiser or donor, can make a meaningful difference to people when they need it most. Please click the link below to find out more about Highland Hospices’ fundraising efforts and how you can best support them.

Smile With Your Eyes Highland


Grant and Becky are infection Doctors working in Raigmore Hospital in the Highlands of Scotland and have spent most of the past 18+months working on COVID wards. They have created this small book full of talent and creativity from their workforce, and are selling this to raise funds for Vaccinaid. Find out more at the link below.

Gateway/Highland Homeless Trust

At Gateway our goal is to support vulnerable people in our community. Our aim is to provide a range of high quality services and activities that improves the well-being of the vulnerable people we support.

Alzheimer Scotland – Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey


Our aim is to make sure nobody faces dementia alone. We are currently supporting people and families living with dementia by telephone and through a wide range of virtual supports. We hope to start some face to face contact again soon. To support our work, you can donate via the justgiving page available at the below button.

If you would like your worthy cause adding to our Support Inverness Heroes section like those above, please email and tell us a little about what you do and your registered charity number.

There’s lots of ways to support our local businesses right now.

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Thinking about your reopening plan?

Support Inverness is all about supporting our community and the businesses that make it great. As we move into a new phase of how we operate, we understand that a lot of people might be struggling with where to start. The creators of Support Inverness have put together a guide to help structure your individual plan for reopening, including a practical checklist. Download your copy below.

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