Since 1987 Drumchapel Money Advice Centre (or DMAC as it is widely known) has been helping people with problems.  Originally working only in the Drumchapel area, it now covers the West Glasgow area and is:

  • A community controlled and registered charity
  • 3 projects
  • Sees over 1,000 clients every year

The 3 projects are:

The Advocacy Project - Founded in 1993, it provides advocates for vulnerable adults, aged 18 and over, helping an individual to speak up for themselves.

The Children's Rights Project - Founded in 1998, for children and young people aged 5 - 18 years, the Project aims to give them a voice.

The Money Advice Project - The Centre employs fully trained Money Advisors who provide advice and representation in money advice and welfare rights.

All three Projects are dedicated to providing the best service to clients, through high quality advice and excellent customer care.  Every year we produce an Annual Report - if you would like a copy, please e-mail or telephone.

We operate every week-day and are committed to making a difference in people's lives.


The centre receives grants to carry out its work.  Annual accounts are prepared by an external examiner and presented each year at the AGM. All funders receive reports and data on the work carried out and how the grant monies have been spent.

Our current funders are Glasgow City Council, The Volant Charitable Trust and The Robertson Trust.


Unit 1 | KCEDG Commercial Centre | Ladyloan Place | Drumchapel | Glasgow | G15 8LB
Tel:  0141 944 0507 | Fax:  0141 944 5504 | E-mail:
Last Updated: 18/01/2018
DMAC is a voluntary organisation incorporating Children's Rights and Advocacy Project.  Registered Charity Number SC021548.  Funded by Glasgow City Council's Integrated Grant Fund
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