Our Supporters

We are very grateful to our supporters and local sponsors who have supported WL50+ in a number of different ways from financial, in-kind contributions or donations of items for individual events and activities. 
We are also very appreciative of the support from Funders and Trusts who support WL50+ with core funding for our team – our Hub Coordinators staffing our members’ hub and administrative support to the charity; a development officer to help grow our Network, and our Manager; supporting the development and refurbishment of our new premises; and the delivery of our activities.    
A big thank you to all who have supported WL50+ over the year and in particular those listed below who have supported us in 2021 and 2022.

Almond Housing

Bathgate Partnership Centre

Enterprising Bathgate

Howdens Bathgate

Linlithgow Round Table

The National Lottery Community Fund – Awards for All 

Queensberry House Trust

The Robertson Trust

Prudential Community Fund

Scottish Government – Adapt and Thrive Fund

Scottish Government – Community Grant Fund

Home Instead

Age Scotland – Recovery & Resilience Fund

Co-op – Whitburn Store

Co-op Local Community Fund

Miss Isabel Harvey Charitable Trust

Queensberry Charitable Trust

ASDA Foundation

The Conundrum Trust

Tesco Community Grants

Marsh Charitable Trust

West Lothian Council – Voluntary Organisation Modernisation and Improvement Fund

West Lothian Council – Third Sector Community Support

Walker Family Charitable Trust

Baillie Gifford Community Fund

Arnold Clark Community Fund

Albert Hunt Trust

Scotmid Community Fund

Swinton Paterson Trust


Boghall Butchers

David Stein Butchers


Hilcroft Hotel

Sibbald Training/ D&J Sibbald

SPAR – Bathgate

Tesco – Bathgate

West Lothian Bike Library 

West Lothian Council

Wyndford Farm Plants

Cllr David Tait

Cllr Diane Calder

Cllr Angela Doran-Timson

Cllr Chris Horne

Cllr Maria MacAulay

Cllr Tom Ullathorne

Cllr Pauline Clark

Cllr David Dodds

Cllr Kirsteen Sullivan

Cllr John McGinty

Cllr Sarah King

Cllr Andrew McGuire