Corporate Sponsors Print

TACC would like to thank the many corporate business and firms that have supported our efforts since 2006, in many different ways:


  • Services in kind...providing marketing and creative assistance free of charge
  • Taking a table at our Charity Balls
  • Providing raffle and auction prizes
  • "Matching" the efforts of their employees with donations to TACC


ScottishFA-200The Scottish Football Association

In 2008 the SFA adopted TACC as one of their nominated charities, and since they have given us unbelievable support, including:

  • a £2,500 donation to kick-start the South Africa 2010 campaign
  • a £5,000 donation at Christmas (they chose not to send Christmas cards this year, and instead donated the savings!)
  • auction and raffle prizes 
  • help to launch and publicise our campaigns

lastminute have generously donated several raffle and auction prizes in 2008 and 2009

Passport Travel

Passport Travel generously donated trips to see Scotland in Holland and Norway in 2009, which we used as special prizes to boost membership of the TACC lottery. They have also pledged the star prize in our April 2010 draw for everyone who raises £500 or more for TACC - a trip for two to a Scotland qualifying match in September or October 2010.

Red McGregor are another long-term TACC supporter, most recently providing the Charity Ball programme and TACC information booklets and flyers.

Kinetic have continually supported TACC, from creating our TACC and "Tartan" logos, to taking a table at the Balmoral and providing us with standing banners. “Kinetic are a progressive film, design & media production company run by young and highly experienced professionals working in the voluntary, private and public sectors as well as the corporate worlds of mixed media production. Kinetic are proud to support the work of TACC and help them achieve their aims.”

Alba Framing

John Stirling has been a long term supporter of TACC, from the commemorative James McFadden portrait, to the many signed strips and other items donated as raffle and auction prizes.


Royal Bank of Scotland
With the help of it’s supporters the Tartan Army Children’s Charity got off to a great start in 2008 with a £10,000 award from the Royal Bank of Scotland!

Bank employees and Daily Mail readers were asked to vote for their favourite UK children’s charity – with the help of friends and work colleagues, TAMB & TA Sunshine Appeal members, TACC were one of the lucky 90 charities to win an award.

In all, 91 charities shared RBS’s whopping £1million donation. 90 charities benefited from £10,000 each and one lucky charity received a massive £100,000 Award.

Over 18,000 votes were received for the Children's Charity Awards.

Thanks to everyone who voted!



Lick lived up to their name by creating the Kiltwalk logo, including the iconic "Wee man". They have also attended and sponsored our Charity Ball.



slanj-tacc-kilt-250x341Slanj kilts are the exclusive providers of the TACC Tartan, with kilts for hire and to buy





RAPP_logo_black_on_white RAPP Edinburgh
Yet another long-term supporter of TACC, the guys and girls at RAPP helped us launch the TACC Lottery in June 2008, and also sponsored the 2008 Charity Ball.

Fan Club Dynamo (Dynamo Kyiv Fan Club) donated some great raffle prizes for the Murryfield dance.

Oleg Taraday from FFU (Ukrainian Football Federation) also donated some prizes.

RBS (Andy Fell) donated a signed Andy Murray tennis top and also took a table at the Balmoral dance

Tesco Personal Finance (TPF) took 2 tables at the Balmoral and contributed towards the Band

Hitachi Capital UK made a donation

Turcan Connell of Edinburgh made a donation

The Red Lion TA Rampant made a very generous donation from their annual charity dinner

Staff at Sainsbury Bank in Edinburgh had a collection for us

As did staff at HBOS at Sighthill, Edinburgh

EASTA (East of Scotland TA) donated the proceeds from their McFadden T-shirt sales

The Balmoral Hotel who were fantastic hosts of our Black Tie dinner dance, giving us preferential rate and some great raffle prizes.

The Rocks restaurant at Dunbar donated a meal for two as a raffle prize…

As did A Room in the West End, Edinburgh

Joan McEvoy at Casita, Carnoustie donated two interiors gift packages as raffles prizes, and also did a raffle/collection at her shop.

The British Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia provided great support throughout, helping us to organise the whole project, and also donating a case of Georgian wine as a raffle prize

Tennents Lager (Andy Hall) provided a Framed 'Scotland Hopes' Shirt – another brilliant auction item

Howard Hunt Ltd from England not only took a table at the Balmoral but also bought two of the auction items

State Street of Edinburgh also took a table at the Balmoral

Simon Clarke of Red MacGregor, Edinburgh also took a table at the Balmoral

seaforth_white_badge_75_75 Seaforth Highlanders FC
Highlanders FC was formed to provide a social base for Highlanders and Islanders (Teuchters) living in Edinburgh. It has since grown, with two teams playing in the Lothian & Edinburgh Amateur League, and over 60 members from all over the place (Scotland, Ireland, Ukraine, & even England). The club has several Tartan Army travellers and runs a bus to every home Scotland match. It also does regular charity work.

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