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Spirit of Our Community Awards

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Founded in 2022, the Spirit of Our Community Awards recognise and reward the charities and not-for-profit organisations making a real difference to the lives of people in the communities where our team and their families live. 

2023 Winners

SPOC Winners2023 saw the return of the International Beverage Spirit of Our Community Awards. The initiative was extended to communities close to our five Scottish distilleries, where separate prize funds were allocated.

Judged by a mix of our employees and external associates, the competition was open to any charity or not-for-profit organisation based near to our Scottish sites:

Zone 1: The ML5 and ML6 Airdrie and Coatbridge region.

Zone 2: Within a 25-mile radius of Aberdeenshire’s Knockdhu Distillery and Speyside-based distilleries Balmenach and Speyburn.

Zone 3: Within a 25-mile radius of the business’s two more northerly distilleries, Pulteney in Wick and Balblair in Tain.

A total of £20,000 was donated and allocated amongst the three winning charities, which were chosen from a raft of applications:

  • Airdrie’s Moira Anderson Foundation, which offers invaluable support for children and adults affected by childhood sexual abuse.
  • Watermill Foundation, the Nairn-based trust that gives children with physical and developmental disabilities the opportunity to race and ride bikes.
  • Ormlie Community Association, an organization that provides social services and care to individuals and their families within a deprived area of the Highlands.

 A further £5,000 donation was split amongst seven runners up: St Andrew’s Hospice, Diamonds in the Community, James Support Group, Seaboard Memorial Hall, Culrain and District Hall Committee, Young Enterprise Scotland Highland and Moray and Scotland Charity Air Ambulance.