Who we are


We have a strong commitment to supporting charitable organisations both at a local and national level. We are keen supporters of charities that promote entrepreneurship or use technology to improve health and welfare. We encourage staff to be engaged citizens and many of them regularly participate in charitable events and fundraising activities.


By funding our programme across Glasgow, SEP is supporting the long-term impact and sustainability of YPI across the city. SEP’s active involvement in programme activity also brings their expertise directly into our YPI schools.

Jonathan Christie, Programme Manager, YPI Scotland

Case studies

Here are some of the charities we are pleased to work with.

Winning Scotland

SEP supports Winning Scotland to inspire young people to achieve their personal best through Mindset in Education, positive coaching and other initiatives that boost resilience and self-belief.

YPI Scotland

SEP is supporting the Youth & Philanthropy Initiative (YPI Scotland) across Glasgow secondary schools. YPI enables young people to engage with and support social issues in their local community.

Move On

SEP is supporting the work of Move On in Scotland, helping them to unlock the potential of vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness in order to improve their lives.

Rob Roy

A team from SEP completed the gruelling Rob Roy Challenge 2016, raising funds for a number of charities including Mercy Ships, Maggie’s and Marie Curie.

STV Children's Appeal

SEP supports the STV Children's Appeal which tackles childhood poverty across Scotland. Staff have taken part in the Glasgow Kiltwalk and the Great Scottish Run to raise funds for the charity.

Jeely Piece

SEP staff undertook a triathlon challenge in the Lake District, raising £20,000 for the Jeely Piece Club, which supports vulnerable families in Castlemilk, Glasgow.