About ACE IT Scotland

About ACE IT Scotland

Our Funding

As a charity, ACE IT relies on grants, donations, fundraising and bequests. Our main sources of funding are Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership, Queensberry House Trust, and the National Lottery Community Fund.  We are very grateful for all the generous donations we receive each year. We would like to extend a huge thank you to Edinburgh City Council for their continued support. This allows us to deliver our unique and special service to older people across Edinburgh.

EHSCP logo with the text 'Working together for a caring, healthier, safer Edinburgh'
"Community Fund" text in pink and black with National Lottery hand symbol to the left
"Queensberry House Trust" text with an image of a building above. "25th Anniversary Grants" text below


Another important way to help the charity is by leaving a bequest. If you would like to remember ACE IT Scotland in your will, please see our Legacies page for more information.

Volunteer Friendly Award

We have been awarded a Volunteer Friendly Award, which is Volunteer Scotland’s official accreditation that we are a great organisation to volunteer for! For more information about volunteering for ACE IT, click here.

Friends Against Scams

We are a Friends Against Scams Organisation, a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams.

Scottish Older People’s Assembly

We are a member of the Scottish Older People’s Assembly (SOPA), which aims to champion the voices and rights of older people on a national level.


Our 2022-26 strategy is summarised below.

A description of ACE IT's 2026 strategy

Accounts and annual report

You can view our accounts and annual reports for previous years below.


Our current constitution can be viewed below.