Gift Idea 1: £5+Gift Aid
Gift Idea 2: £5
Gift Idea 3: £10+Gift Aid
Gift Idea 4: £10
Gift Idea 5: £15+Gift Aid
Gift Idea 6: £15
Gift Idea 7: £20+Gift Aid
Gift Idea 8: £20
Gift Idea 9: £30 + Gift Aid
Gift Idea 10: £30
Our aim is to make the Zetland Park play zone into a place where all children, whether able or disabled, can play together.
Falkirk Council in partnership with Friends of Zetland Park and Play as One Scotland are working to achieve this vision and we asking for your help to raise £20,000 towards specialist inclusive play equipment.
The first of our fundraising targets is £5,500 for the purchase of an accessible roundabout which will allow all children to enjoy the sensation of spinning, together, at the same time. The design of the roundabout means that users can stand or sit and the space provided means that it can be used by those in wheelchairs and buggies.
Our next target will be to raise funds to purchase a wheelchair swing.
These pieces of play equipment will be integrated into a wider design for the play area which will allow for other opportunities for inclusive play.
- An accessible roundabout will allow all children to enjoy the sensation of spinning, together, at the same time. The design of the roundabout means that users can stand or sit and the space provided means that it can be used by those in wheelchairs and buggies.
- The swing will allow those in a wheelchair to experience both the joy and the physical benefits of swinging alongside their friends
In addition to the £20,000 that we are asking the community to assist with we will be seeking other funding from a variety of sources:
- Falkirk Council capital funding
- Grant applications including National Lottery Heritage Fund
- Play As One Scotland fundraising
- Local business support
Keep up to date with the Zetland Park Regeneration Project via our social media:
Wheelchair swing video shows a 12 year old student from Carrongrange School, Grangemouth enjoying his first experience of a swing at . This video was taken by the Zetland Park Regeneration Project as part of a visit with Carrongrange School to Play as One Scotland’s inclusive play area in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline. The inclusive roundabout image is being used with permission from Inclusive Play.
We’ve listed some suggested donations but if the exact amount you wish to donate is not listed on this page then please visit the Donate to a park page, choose Park Fund and then type a message starting with "Zetland Park Inclusive Play " in the Why did you want to support this park/city fund? field. You can also Gift Aid donations through the Donate to a park form.
Gift Aid Declaration
Boost your donation by 25p of Gift Aid for every £1 donated.
Gift Aid is reclaimed by MyParkScotland from the tax you pay for the current year. Your address is needed to identify you as a UK taxpayer.
By choosing a donation level that includes Gift Aid you confirm that I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations it is my responsibility to pay any difference.
The additional funds generated through Gift Aid donations are invested in the park endowment fund which supports the long term management of our wonderful parks.
Please notify MyParkScotland if you:
- want to cancel this declaration
- change your name or home address
- no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains
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MyParkScotland provides a safe and easy way to make a donation to support this great project.
To make a donation, click on ‘Support Now’ and select your choice of Gift Level. If you are a UK tax payer, selecting a Level which includes Gift Aid means that we can top up your donation at no extra cost to you. Adding Gift Aid typically means that your online donation of, for example, £10 becomes a park investment of £11.53 (after paying platform and management fees). You need to provide your address to enable us to claim Gift Aid.
Gift Aid is a Government scheme which allows charities to increase the value of donations made to them. Gift Aid makes a huge difference to small charities and local organisations, but if they aren’t registered with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator and HMRC, they can’t claim Gift Aid (and many that could claim Gift Aid don’t because they find the process too complicated). At MyParkScotland, we take care of the claim process on eligible donations, so that the Friends and community groups can concentrate on the great work they do in our parks.
We use PayPal to manage online donations and they charge a small platform fee for handling donations. We work hard to keep our fees as low as possible to make sure that as much of each donation as possible is invested in our parks. For donations without Gift Aid, at least 92% of your donation is invested in parks. MyParkScotland is a not-for-profit registered Scottish charity (No. SC045424) and any fees taken go towards covering essential operating costs.
You can find out more information about Gift Aid and MyParkScotland fees in the main Small Print section.