The Castle Craig Foundation is a project which is being established to provide a structure and focus for our organisational desire to give as well as a means for engaging with the voluntary sector, it also provides an opportunity to share and apply expertise in an effort to tackle challenging social issues. This charity will exist to further charitable purposes for the public benefit and not the purposes of the company. The Castle Craig Foundation is not yet a registered charity.
Initiatives related to Castle Craig’s principal mission of treating the disease of addiction:
- After-care services provided free of charge in Glasgow, Lanark, Edinburgh (1988 – ongoing)
- Founded and funds the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Trust, a non-profit organisation (2008)
- Research into hyperbaric oxygen therapy (2008 – ongoing)
- Sponsorship of Daily Dose and Wired In (2000 – ongoing)
- Provision and distribution of free information leaflets on abstinence to addiction services in the UK (2010)
- Sponsoring the establishment of Narcotics Anonymous in Romania (2007, 2008)
- Sponsorship of the Sick Doctors Trust (1998 – 2005)
- Training provided for charity-run treatment centre in Malta (2001)
- Low Moss prison project (1999).
Support for community development projects and for those who are disadvantaged either through age, ill health, disability or natural and man-made disasters – both in the UK and abroad:
- Annual barbeque and Outing for Disabled (2000 – 2010)
- Sponsorship of Community Aid Network, a Romanian charity (2004 – 2010)
- Organisation and sponsorship of mailing to raise funds for a major international relief agency’s response to the Haiti Earthquake (2010)
- Sponsorship of tents for families following flooding in Dorohoi, Romania (2010)
- Sponsorship of the ‘Malta Camp’ in Wales for disabled youth (2010)
- Organisation and sponsorship of mailing to raise funds for a major international relief agency’s response to the Asian Tsunami (2004)
- Sponsorship of emergency medicines for a state orphanage in Romania (2004).
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