What is an organisation identifier?
An organisation identifier is a unique piece of text that definitively identifies an organisation.
Examples include charity numbers and company numbers.
Identifiers are usually assigned by an external body like a regulator.
Findthatcharity uses the Org ID scheme to create identifiers.
GB-SC gives the scheme for this identifier (Scottish Charity Register), while SC033599 is the identifier for this organisation within the scheme.
The advancement of education and the advancement of citizenship or community development.
Also known as
- 101st City of Edinburgh Brownies
OSCR Charity number
£4,634 (on )
This organisation record is based on data from Office of Scottish Charity Regulator Charity Register Download published by Office of Scottish Charity Regulator.
Depending on the data source, location may describe the headquarters of the organisation rather than the area it operates in.
Registered Office in the UK
This organisation has been classified using different categories:
- It carries out activities or services itself
- Children or young people
- The advancement of education
- The advancement of citizenship or community development
International Classification of Non-profit and Third Sector Organizations (ICNP/TSO)
ICNP/TSO categories have been automatically assigned from a machine learning model, as part of the UK Charity Classification project.
Community and economic development activities
UK Charity Activity Tags
These tags are taken from a project to classify all UK charities using a common set of tags. The tags are applied using keyword searching, so may be incorrect for particular cases.
Visit charityclassification.org.uk for more information on the project. If you have any feedback on the classification system or how it has been applied there is a form on the project homepage.
AS» Youth Groups
Economic and community development
EC» Community development
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Registered as a charity
Data on funds and reserves are only available for financial years where the charity's income was more than £500,000.