Bòrd na Gàidhlig –
To ensure a sustainable future for the Gaelic language and culture in Scotland.
Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig -.
They are charged with co-ordinating the production and the distribution of curriculum resources for Gaelic education.
MG Alba –
The remit of MG ALBA (the operating name of Seirbheis nam Meadhanan Gàidhlig or Gaelic Media Service) under the Communications Act 2003 is to ensure that high quality television programmes in Gaelic are made available to persons in Scotland.
Comunn na Gàidhlig -
“Ranging from international to community level, CnaG strengthens Gaelic in each area.”
They do this by organising different schemes (Graduate Placement Scheme, Student Placements Scheme, etc), youth camps, events etc.
It's the main aim of CLI to help and support adult Gaelic learners to achieve oral fluency in the language. To realise this aim, they may produce new learning materials, train tutors and act as an information service to the public to increase awareness and demand for the language.
An Comunn Gàidhealach –
To support the language, culture and history of the Gael at local, national and international levels - The Royal National Mòd and the various local Mòds are their main projects.
Comann nam Pàrant
Comann nam Pàrant, or “Parents Organisation” represents the interest of parents whose children are educated through the medium of Gaelic at the various levels, from pre-school to secondary level.
Fèisean nan Gàidheal
It is a membership organisation that offers a range of services to its members including grant-aid, training, insurance, and instrument loans.