The SAYCA Community Centre Stewarton is a registered Scottish charity: SCO51434.

We consist of a small volunteer committee along with two part time staff members. Our monthly income comes mainly from community members who hire the centre and donations.

The SAYCA community centre hosts many other charities and free services that are vital to our community. Namely the Larder, Foodbank, police clinics, health checks and our Winter Warm Space. If you are in a position to contribute in any way we would be extremely grateful. Thank you.

The SAYCA Centre committee & staff

A special thank you to the following companies & individuals for their support

A short historical timeline of 'The Centre'

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The original building is believed to have been constructed circa 1903 as the 'Drill Hall' for training WWI conscripts. An additional two story extension was added to the building during the 1970s with the official opening of 'The Centre' on 1st June 1973. Over the course of the years the centre has gone through several name changes before finally settling on ‘Stewarton Annick Youth and Community Association’ (SAYCA). A further one storey extension has been retrofitted to the centre since then, which now consists of four combined and interconnected structures.