Dundee Friends Property Trust

General description about the charity and its aims

Dundee Friends' Property Trust (hereafter the Trust) is a charitable Trust registered in Scotland under the Charities Act - Charity number SC021138. Its Trust purposes are found in the Contract of Fue and Disposition by and between the Commissioners of Police for the Burgh of Dundee and the Trustees for the "Dundee Branch of the Society of Friends" dated 20th May and 26th June, 1st and 9th July and recorded in the Books of Council and Session on 23rd July all days in the year 1891 (hereafter referred as the Trust Deed).

The Trust Deed requires that the Trust ensures a place of worship in Dundee and directs that grants can be made by the Trust. Grants are made using any surplus or profit arising out of the letting of property and the interest of any money invested.

The Trust employs a part time Administrator who can be contacted at the registered address, 7 Whitehall Crescent, Dundee, DD1 4AR or by email to dundeequakermeeting [at] hotmail.com

The Trustees usually meet four times a year (January, April, June and November).

Dundee Friends' Property Trust is a registered charity (SC021138) and the registered address is 7 Whitehall Crescent, Dundee, DD1 4AR.


There are currently 8 Trustees:-

Bill Edgar - Clerk

Richard Raggett - Assistant Clerk - Acting Clerk

Sue Mansfield - Assistant Clerk (Minutes)

Pam Brunt - Treasurer

Laurie Naumann - Assistant Treasurer

George Berwick

Clare Kearns

Martin Pippard

Information about the moratorium on grant giving

Dundee Friends' Property Trust has traditionally supported organisations whose aims and objectives reflect Quaker testimonies of peace, simplicity and truth. The Trust currently has a moratorium on grant giving - agreed by Trustees on 31-08-18. This is due to the Trust's financial situation with regards to changes in tenancies and the planned works in the basement and ground floor of the Dundee Meeting House in Whitehall Crescent.

Members and Attenders of the Religious Society of Friends in Dundee, Perth and St Andrews Local Meetings should apply to the Treasurer of East of Scotland Area Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends for any grants.