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About our members

Our membership brings together the expertise and experience of dedicated professionals, united in the purpose of giving all children in Scotland an equal chance to flourish.

For some, the value of membership lies in strengthening knowledge and sharing ideas. This can take the form of access to:
• Free training and events
• Our bi-annual magazine Insight, a space for incisive comment, dialogue and celebration of changemakers in the sector, and
• The monthly Members' News which pulls together resources, recommended reads and recruitment opportunities.

For others, membership is an opportunity to share the priorities and experiences of their organisation with like-minded colleagues across Scotland, and work together to promote best practice.

Our members recognise the value of working constructively to influence decision makers at local and national level. Through involvement in our policy work, our members contribute towards real change for children and young people in Scotland.

Have a look at our Member Directory to find out who makes up our community, the largest national children's sector membership organisation in Scotland. Check out the quotes, blogs and vacancies currently available to the right to get to know our members better.

Our current membership of 450 includes:

More than 250 charities, statutory bodies and organisations across Scotland
11 Local Authorities responsible for around 421,587 of Scotland’s children & young people
111 nurseries, schools and universities (this figure includes after-school clubs, sports clubs, libraries, care services and residential care homes)
38 individual sector professionals
Corporate partnership with the RS Macdonald Charitable Trust

All information is correct as at June 2022.

Member Directory

Find out who makes up our community.

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Our member blogs

Each month our members share learning on policy, projects and activities.

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'You are not afraid to tackle the big issues facing children in Scotland, you promote best practice and your values really resonate with our values. Great workshop and webinar topics too!' - Sue Brunton, Scottish Adoption

‘Being a Member means being involved in a fantastic network of professionals and organisations working together to do their best for children, young people and their families'.’ - Antonia Clark, Scottish Book Trust

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Job opportunities with our members

Find out more about current vacancies with our member organisations.

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Members' forums

Get connected, informed and inspired as part of our network dedicated to improving children’s lives.

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