Welcome to our Cromarty Care Project  SC045704


Cromarty Care Project became a registered charity in 2015. We aim to improve health and wellbeing in the town of Cromarty.  We want to help make care available to those who need it, with local people caring for local people. We are also keen to work on projects which give immediate benefit to our community, reducing social isolation and improving health and wellbeing generally.

Cromarty Care Project is managed by a board of trustees who are all local volunteers.

Require Home Care ?

If you need care or know of someone who does please phone the NHS single point of access number  to arrange for an assessment - 01349 860460

If you have any questions about home care, please contact: 

Jill Stoner


Cromarty Care Project received The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service for our work in Cromarty during the Covid pandemic.




We have two separate funds. The General Fund and the Cromarty Crisis Fund (CCF)

The General Fund is for our day to day work.

This is the fund we have been using to support families during the Covid-19 pandemic. Any donated funds will be used for the benefit of residents within the Cromarty and District Community Council Area.

Current projects are the Cromarty Winter Warmth Fund and the Cromarty Community Sharing Larder. These projects assist with heating costs and essential groceries for families in need in the area.

The Cromarty Crisis Fund is a new fund that we are building up. This fund will be ring fenced for the use of the Cromarty community in future years. The idea for this has arisen from the Covid-19 pandemic. Any monies donated to CCF will not be used for current spending and will form the bank account deposit for the new initiative.

The following link is to the General Fund. 

If you wish to donate to the Cromarty Crisis Fund the donation link is on our Projects page. 





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