To date Pilotlight has provided £7.3m in services to more than 280 charities, improving over 3.3m lives in the UK
Two years after working with Pilotlight, charities achieve average income growth of 50% and increase the number of disadvantaged people they help by 107%
85% of Pilotlight charities showed significant improvement in key areas, including strategic planning and financial management
Simon Hall from Access Sport leaps over the charity's brave team of Pilotlighters
Suffolk Family Carers provides information, advocacy and practical support to people of all ages who care for loved ones • Find out more
Living Options Devon gives local people with sensory or physical disabilities greater access to the countryside • Find out more
Green Corridor's land-based projects help young people gain new skills and experience • Find out more
Baillieston Community Care helps people in the communities of east Glasgow maintain their independence • Find out more
CoolTan Arts is a mental health charity using art to boost mental well-being • Find out more
Brainstrust's 'brainbox' contains useful and supportive information for those living with a brain cancer diagnosis • Find out more
6VT is a popular youth club, offering everything from fitness classes to cookery as well as family support services • Find out more
Rowan Alba works with those whose lives are chaotic, often due to domestic abuse, drugs or alcohol • Find out more
The Albert Kennedy Trust supports young people, homeless or living in a hostile environment, because of their sexuality • Find out more
Pilotlight matches talented business people with charities and manages the relationship - together we coach the charities to become sustainable
Scots charities will be mentored to success by top business people as part of Legacy 2014’s Pilotlight initiative.
RBS graduate George Moore tells The Guardian what he learnt from his Pilotlight experience.