Support SDS

MyDonate is a not-for-profit service provided by BT to encourage as many people as possible to donate or fundraise online. Every penny of the money that donors contribute (excluding credit and debit card charges) is paid to SDS.


Everytime you buy something online you could be raising money for Scottish Disability Sport. Over 2,400 well known retailers including Amazon, M&S, Boden, Waitrose, House of Fraser, Vodafone, Virgin Atlantic and many more, will donate a percentage of what you spend to Scottish Disability Sport when you shop with them, via fundraising website

Each purchase generates a donation. So instead of going directly to a retailer’s website, go to easyfundraising first and choose the retailer you want to shop with – then everything you spend earns a donation for Scottish Disability Sport. It’s completely free to use and your shopping won’t cost you a penny more. On average, each retailer will donate 5% of the cost of your shopping – and those donations soon mount up. Please register to support us when you shop online –


Switch your searching to easysearch and raise money for Scottish Disability Sport. Every time you search the web using instead of another search engine, half a penny is raised for Scottish Disability Sport. Search just 15 times a day and you can raise around £25 a year.

The next time you need to find something online, please use and raise money for Scottish Disability Sport with every search you make.


Gifts in Wills and in memory

Scottish Disability Sport passionately believes in the power of sport to transform lives and bring lifelong social, physical and psychological benefits for participants and athletes with a disability. Your gift would be used to support the work of the Association in important areas such as education, coaching, training, and to help those with gain significantly from involvement in sport.

If you have any questions or need any help with specific reference to SDS, please don’t hesitate to contact Gavin Macleod on 0131 317 1130 or In addition, the website Remember a Charity provides a resource to answer questions you may have.