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Edinburgh charity worker Grant Douglas collects Queen’s Honour for services to disabled people

... Edinburgh charity worker Grant Douglas collects Queen’s Honour for services to disabled people Grant Douglas, Founder and CEO of S’up Products Ltd, will today (Thursday 15 March) collect his MBE at Buckingham Palace, London.  Grant, who...


News: Christmas gifting charity struggling to meet demand

... Magazine / News: Christmas gifting charity struggling to meet demand Posted 1 December, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond charity Children Families third sector young people A Fife charity is calling for help to meet the needs of families this...

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Fundraising on the menu as MasterChef Gary Maclean supports charity event

... Fundraising on the menu as MasterChef Gary Maclean supports charity event MasterChef champion Gary Maclean will be creating a four-course menu in aid of charity, as he supports our Food, Families, Futures charity partner Meals & More for...


Children in Scotland benefits from Gillespie Macandrew charity programme

... Children in Scotland benefits from Gillespie Macandrew charity programme Leading independent Scottish legal firm Gillespie Macandrew has donated a share of its profits to three children’s charities, including Children in Scotland. Robert...


Children in Scotland CEO Jackie Brock to step down from role, charity announces

...following Jackie’s departure, with responsibilities shared by three department heads in the charity’s Leadership Team. Sally Cavers, Head of Inclusion; Simon Massey, Head of Engagement and Learning; and Amy Woodhouse, Head of Policy,...

Board of Directors CEO chief executive Jackie Brock Joint Acting Chief Executives

News: charity appeal to support families this winter

... Image: Catherine Bromley Magazine / News: charity launches appeal to support families this winter Posted 3 November, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond. charity third sector Fife Gingerbread has launched its annual ‘Heat...

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Kindness is the key to the SSPCA’s education activity

...is at the cornerstone of the Scottish SPCA’s work. As Scotland’s animal welfare charity, we exist not only to prevent cruelty but to promote kindness. Our core belief is that the strength of the human-animal bond benefits all,...


Pandemic as portal: challenges and opportunities revealed by the exams debacle

...another world”. Graham Leicester is Director of International Futures Forum, a registered charity with a mission to enable people to thrive in powerful times. About the author Graham Leicester is Director of the...


Announcing the appointment of two new Board Directors

...very pleased to join the Board of Children in Scotland. I’m looking forward to supporting the charity in its important work based on my digital and wider strategy and governance experience. “The organisation has already shown its flexibility...

Ben Supple Rohan Gunatillake

2021-26 Manifesto launches with calls to put wellbeing at the heart of Scottish budget, include under-16s in Citizens’ Assemblies, target air pollution and introduce a ‘hobby premium’

...across the children’s sector. The Manifesto outlines key changes in policy and legislation the charity believes the next Scottish Government must make to improve outcomes for children and young people living in Scotland, and their...

budget Child protection community democracy economy Education environment equality Inequality Learning Manifesto Poverty rights Scottish Parliament UNCRC Wellbeing

Responding to trauma means all of us working together

...in the absence of the care and support they need. Kibble is a specialist child and youth care charity and social enterprise with roots dating back 160 years. We provide a range of integrated services for children and young people aged 5-26...


Shifting the focus from our shoes to our views – girls speak out against gender stereotypes

...and young women face and how do they think the world can be a better place?   As the leading charity for girls and young women in Scotland, we at Girlguiding Scotland wanted to find out. So in 2020 we set about asking girls what life is...


New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...Ensemble on the research, joined by the University of Stirling, the Scottish Government and the charity’s children and young people’s advisory group Changing our World. The project, announced today as part of Children’s Mental Health Week...

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Summer days, but changed services for families

...able to support families financially when needed and were delighted when we were chosen as the charity of choice by one of the younger members of the community: seven-year-old dog loving Rianne wrote a fantastic book called ‘Mayhem at...

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2021-26 Manifesto

...across the children’s sector. The Manifesto outlines key changes in policy and legislation the charity believes the next Scottish Government must make to improve outcomes for children and young people living in Scotland, and their...


New film shares learning from early years family support partnership project

...who develop parents’ skills, confidence and knowledge. Children in Scotland’s project saw the charity working with Parenting across Scotland and the University of Stirling for a year from April 2019 to emulate and test out the OK Kindergarten...

Early years early years policy family family centres family support Midlothian Nordic Norway open kindergartens Parenting across Scotland University of Stirling young children

‘Lessons for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark completion of groundbreaking five-year food project

...of two reports evidencing the success and impact of the partnership. FFF was developed by the charity in 2015 to address a major  social issue: food insecurity and its links with wellbeing and education. Working with families, communities and...

Children communities community familis FFF Food income Inequality partnership Poverty

Activate Your Rights (2019)

...Pack Young Scot Young Scot is the national youth information and citizenship charity for 11-26 year olds in Scotland Find out more 'We recommend full incorporation' In August, we submitted a consultation...


A bold new world

...movement in Scotland Visit the website 2050 Climate Group The award-winning charity empowering young leaders to take action on climate change Find out more Project and participation work The voices...


25 Calls response: Finding hope during a crisis

... Hard times and hope: how one Glasgow charity is making a difference for children and families 23 Apr 2020 Responding to Call 21 of our 25 Calls campaign, 3D Drumchapel's Operations Manager Elaine Milmine on the value of charity support...


Our offer to you during a critical time

Young citizens: Why learning about freedom of expression and digital rights should start at school

...issues, Scottish PEN would love to hear from you. Lisa Clark is Project Manager at Scottish PEN, a charity working to promote literature and defend free expression. Lisa can be reached at lisa@scottishpen.org Find out more about Scottish PEN at...


Why our third sector deserves first class support

...together they are able to offer support in a whole-family holistic approach. A support worker of a charity told us: “I’ve been supporting this disabled young person for a while. The family was coping well before the outbreak. Since the...

Children Covid-19 crisis emergency family services Support third sector

From protest to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools

...of your race, religion, or class. The other four pillars in my campaign include: Establishing a charity fund to support BME Businesses, the ADBSF Creating the first Scottish BME Heritage Museum, Ensuring a monument is built alongside charity One...

anti-racism black lives matter diversity Education equality Inequality protest racism

New fund will strengthen access to out of school childcare for low-income families

...from living in poverty. The Fund is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by the national charity Children in Scotland. In the first funding round a total of £1.5 million pounds will be allocated between successful applicants. Children in...

childcare Families family support holidays Inequality out of school care Poverty

"Halving child poverty by 2024 should be the floor, not the ceiling, of our ambition"

...enough money it’s hard to focus on anything else. Many families have been forced to rely on charity. One mother I spoke to recently told me “I was stranded, I had to feed my baby.” This is alongside lockdown, round-the-clock childcare...


Proportion of Children in Scotland staff to be furloughed for three-week period

...today that it will be furloughing some of its staff for a three-week period during June. The charity’s Chief Executive Jackie Brock said: “Our Leadership Team and Board recently came to the difficult decision to furlough a number of staff...

Covid-19 furlough third sector

Navigating post-virus renewal - five steps into the future

...may also feel energised, inspired and reflective. Julie Stokes, who founded the child bereavement charity Winston’s Wish, talks about loss and recovery in her podcast, COVID-19 and Leading Through Loss (click here to listen), which is incredibly...


How we can work together to stop child abuse before it starts

...of harm Stop It Now! Scotland (click here to visit the website) is a child protection charity focusing on the prevention of child sexual abuse. As part of the Lucy Faithfull Foundation (click here to visit the website), we have been...


Salvesen Mindroom Centre: Development Manager (Trusts & Foundations)

...depending on skills and experience  Edinburgh Our Vision is to be the leading charity on neurodiversity in Scotland, with a strong reputation within the UK and international recognition for our expertise and research. We aim to...


News: Call for specialised drug and alcohol treatment for young people

...use amongst young people. Click here to read the report in full   Related content charity launches appeal to support families this winter Nov 03, 2021 Campaign makes tackling mental health stigma an issue for everyone Oct 20,...

children and young people Health Mental Health

News: Mindfulness venture for early years receives financial boost

...mindfulness venture receives financial boost Posted 09 Nov 2021 by Jennifer Drummond charity funding mindfulness third sector An Edinburgh-based early years mindfulness enterprise has been chosen to receive...

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Ensuring no child is too hungry to learn

...evidence-based and hunger-focussed, argues Lorraine Kelly, Policy Officer (Scotland) for the UK charity Magic Breakfast Communities, third sector organisations and politicians across Scotland have been working for years to ensure children at...


News: Scottish Government reveals plans to overhaul Scottish Attainment Challenge funding

...content Calls to prioritise children in Scottish Budget November 16, 2021 charity launches appeal to support families this winter November 3, 2021 Comment: Children haven't forgotten that Hunger is Still Here October 25,...

Attainment Education funding Poverty Scottish Parliament

Please come and join us – we are looking for new directors

...in Scotland’s Chief Executive Jude Turbyne explains why becoming a board member of the charity could be such a great opportunity, our aim to appoint five new trustees including two young directors – and what you need to do to...

Board of Directors recruitment

Young people ‘must be able to help shape life of museums’, participation project finds

...according to a new report published today. The Living Museums project, delivered by national charity Children in Scotland from June 2020 - December 2021, aimed to ensure that 14-21-year-olds were included and heard within museums and that...

living museums museums Participation Project research

Design is for everyone

...relationship with our fellow members of Children in Scotland and Families Outside – a national charity that works solely on behalf of families in Scotland affected by imprisonment. A series of outreach workshops is being developed with one of...

community creativity design Health Learning Wellbeing

Comment: Childminding is suffering from an expansion programme that doesn't recognise its value

...Scottish Budget Nov 16, 2021 Early years mindfulness venture receives financial boost Nov 9, 2021 charity launches appeal to support families this winter  Nov 3, 2021 Scouts welcome new programme for early years children Sept 9,...

childcare childminding Early years ELC out of school care

Q&A with Betsy de Thierry: Understanding the impact of shame

...with troubled families. She is the Founding Director of the Trauma Recovery Centre (TRC), a charity that supports children and families, and the CEO of BdT Ltd Trauma Training and Consultancy, which supports professionals who work with...

trauma webinars

Judith Turbyne

...in Scotland in August 2021. She has spent most of her professional life working in and with the charity sector. For much of that time she worked in international development, with charities challenging global poverty and inequality. She worked...

turbyne

It’s time to recognise and understand our armed forces young people

...people 25 May 2021 The Royal Caledonian Education Trust, Scotland’s Armed Forces children’s charity, produced its first ever Manifesto for the 2021 Scottish elections. Their Chief Executive, Laura Falconer, explains why it was time to put...


Support Help and Integration in Perthshire (SHIP)

...after school clubs for children with complex additional support needs (5-18 years). The parent-led charity has been running since 1986 and has extensive experience in supporting children to access activities and their local communities. SHIP’s...


Radical wellbeing-focused redesign of Scottish Government budget key to post-Covid renewal

...Wellbeing Economy Alliance’s Dr Katherine Trebeck, with Amy Baker, was commissioned by national charity Children in Scotland, early years funder Cattanach and the Carnegie UK Trust. Click here to download and read a copy of the report It makes a...

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Launch of Young People’s Manifesto helps make political ideas more accessible for all

...contains 33 calls, across 10 themes, and outlines key changes in policy and legislation the charity believes the next Scottish Government must make to improve outcomes for children and young people living in Scotland, and their...

changing our world children and young people Election Manifesto Participation politics

‘No detriment on appeals’: call for urgent change to exams certification process ahead of Scottish Parliament Education Debate

...following the SQA’s announcement of plans for the alternative certification of results. The charity’s position is based on the views and evidence of young people it works with and comes ahead of today’s education debate at Holyrood. Amy...

appeals assessments covid Education exams SQA

Judith Turbyne appointed as new Chief Executive of Children in Scotland

...RELEASE 22 June 2021 Dr Judith Turbyne is to be the new Chief Executive of national charity Children in Scotland. Currently a senior manager at the Scottish charity Regulator, she will start in the post on 30 August 2021. Judith...

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Mohit Lakhanpal

...third sector since 2013, while he was at university completing a degree in Marketing. Within the charity sector he has worked for and supported a wide range of charities, including West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) and...

lakhanpal

‘Involve us in decisions about our education’: core message from young people echoed by OECD report

...on Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence as echoing core recommendations made by young people the charity has worked with. Amy Woodhouse, Children in Scotland’s Joint Interim Chief Executive and Head of Policy, Projects and Participation,...


Bringing confidence back to the community

...were funded, and at that point we weren’t funded at all, so he told us we had to register as a charity. He told us about Big Lottery funding and that’s how we really started.  We became a charitable organisation on 20 September 2013. At...


Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online

...and keeping young people connected online 3 Mar 2021 Claudia Baldacchino from social innovation charity People Know How – a contributor to our upcoming Learning Week – discusses how the organisation has adapted over the past 12 months to...



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Edinburgh charity worker Grant Douglas collects Queen’s Honour for services to disabled people

... Edinburgh charity worker Grant Douglas collects Queen’s Honour for services to disabled people Grant Douglas, Founder and CEO of S’up Products Ltd, will today (Thursday 15 March) collect his MBE at Buckingham Palace, London.  Grant, who...


Fundraising on the menu as MasterChef Gary Maclean supports charity event

... Fundraising on the menu as MasterChef Gary Maclean supports charity event MasterChef champion Gary Maclean will be creating a four-course menu in aid of charity, as he supports our Food, Families, Futures charity partner Meals & More for...


Children in Scotland benefits from Gillespie Macandrew charity programme

... Children in Scotland benefits from Gillespie Macandrew charity programme Leading independent Scottish legal firm Gillespie Macandrew has donated a share of its profits to three children’s charities, including Children in Scotland. Robert...


Children in Scotland CEO Jackie Brock to step down from role, charity announces

...following Jackie’s departure, with responsibilities shared by three department heads in the charity’s Leadership Team. Sally Cavers, Head of Inclusion; Simon Massey, Head of Engagement and Learning; and Amy Woodhouse, Head of Policy,...

Board of Directors CEO chief executive Jackie Brock Joint Acting Chief Executives

Kindness is the key to the SSPCA’s education activity

...is at the cornerstone of the Scottish SPCA’s work. As Scotland’s animal welfare charity, we exist not only to prevent cruelty but to promote kindness. Our core belief is that the strength of the human-animal bond benefits all,...


Pandemic as portal: challenges and opportunities revealed by the exams debacle

...another world”. Graham Leicester is Director of International Futures Forum, a registered charity with a mission to enable people to thrive in powerful times. About the author Graham Leicester is Director of the...


Announcing the appointment of two new Board Directors

...very pleased to join the Board of Children in Scotland. I’m looking forward to supporting the charity in its important work based on my digital and wider strategy and governance experience. “The organisation has already shown its flexibility...

Ben Supple Rohan Gunatillake

2021-26 Manifesto launches with calls to put wellbeing at the heart of Scottish budget, include under-16s in Citizens’ Assemblies, target air pollution and introduce a ‘hobby premium’

...across the children’s sector. The Manifesto outlines key changes in policy and legislation the charity believes the next Scottish Government must make to improve outcomes for children and young people living in Scotland, and their...

budget Child protection community democracy economy Education environment equality Inequality Learning Manifesto Poverty rights Scottish Parliament UNCRC Wellbeing

Responding to trauma means all of us working together

...in the absence of the care and support they need. Kibble is a specialist child and youth care charity and social enterprise with roots dating back 160 years. We provide a range of integrated services for children and young people aged 5-26...


Shifting the focus from our shoes to our views – girls speak out against gender stereotypes

...and young women face and how do they think the world can be a better place?   As the leading charity for girls and young women in Scotland, we at Girlguiding Scotland wanted to find out. So in 2020 we set about asking girls what life is...


New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...Ensemble on the research, joined by the University of Stirling, the Scottish Government and the charity’s children and young people’s advisory group Changing our World. The project, announced today as part of Children’s Mental Health Week...

Arts changing our world emerging minds Mental Health music research scottish ensemble stirling university Wellbeing

Summer days, but changed services for families

...able to support families financially when needed and were delighted when we were chosen as the charity of choice by one of the younger members of the community: seven-year-old dog loving Rianne wrote a fantastic book called ‘Mayhem at...

Covid-19 Families family support Home-Start islands Orkney Orkney Islands pandemic

New film shares learning from early years family support partnership project

...who develop parents’ skills, confidence and knowledge. Children in Scotland’s project saw the charity working with Parenting across Scotland and the University of Stirling for a year from April 2019 to emulate and test out the OK Kindergarten...

Early years early years policy family family centres family support Midlothian Nordic Norway open kindergartens Parenting across Scotland University of Stirling young children

‘Lessons for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark completion of groundbreaking five-year food project

...of two reports evidencing the success and impact of the partnership. FFF was developed by the charity in 2015 to address a major  social issue: food insecurity and its links with wellbeing and education. Working with families, communities and...

Children communities community familis FFF Food income Inequality partnership Poverty

25 Calls response: Finding hope during a crisis

... Hard times and hope: how one Glasgow charity is making a difference for children and families 23 Apr 2020 Responding to Call 21 of our 25 Calls campaign, 3D Drumchapel's Operations Manager Elaine Milmine on the value of charity support...


Young citizens: Why learning about freedom of expression and digital rights should start at school

...issues, Scottish PEN would love to hear from you. Lisa Clark is Project Manager at Scottish PEN, a charity working to promote literature and defend free expression. Lisa can be reached at lisa@scottishpen.org Find out more about Scottish PEN at...


Why our third sector deserves first class support

...together they are able to offer support in a whole-family holistic approach. A support worker of a charity told us: “I’ve been supporting this disabled young person for a while. The family was coping well before the outbreak. Since the...

Children Covid-19 crisis emergency family services Support third sector

From protest to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools

...of your race, religion, or class. The other four pillars in my campaign include: Establishing a charity fund to support BME Businesses, the ADBSF Creating the first Scottish BME Heritage Museum, Ensuring a monument is built alongside charity One...

anti-racism black lives matter diversity Education equality Inequality protest racism

New fund will strengthen access to out of school childcare for low-income families

...from living in poverty. The Fund is funded by the Scottish Government and managed by the national charity Children in Scotland. In the first funding round a total of £1.5 million pounds will be allocated between successful applicants. Children in...

childcare Families family support holidays Inequality out of school care Poverty

Proportion of Children in Scotland staff to be furloughed for three-week period

...today that it will be furloughing some of its staff for a three-week period during June. The charity’s Chief Executive Jackie Brock said: “Our Leadership Team and Board recently came to the difficult decision to furlough a number of staff...

Covid-19 furlough third sector

Navigating post-virus renewal - five steps into the future

...may also feel energised, inspired and reflective. Julie Stokes, who founded the child bereavement charity Winston’s Wish, talks about loss and recovery in her podcast, COVID-19 and Leading Through Loss (click here to listen), which is incredibly...


How we can work together to stop child abuse before it starts

...of harm Stop It Now! Scotland (click here to visit the website) is a child protection charity focusing on the prevention of child sexual abuse. As part of the Lucy Faithfull Foundation (click here to visit the website), we have been...


Ensuring no child is too hungry to learn

...evidence-based and hunger-focussed, argues Lorraine Kelly, Policy Officer (Scotland) for the UK charity Magic Breakfast Communities, third sector organisations and politicians across Scotland have been working for years to ensure children at...


Please come and join us – we are looking for new directors

...in Scotland’s Chief Executive Jude Turbyne explains why becoming a board member of the charity could be such a great opportunity, our aim to appoint five new trustees including two young directors – and what you need to do to...

Board of Directors recruitment

Young people ‘must be able to help shape life of museums’, participation project finds

...according to a new report published today. The Living Museums project, delivered by national charity Children in Scotland from June 2020 - December 2021, aimed to ensure that 14-21-year-olds were included and heard within museums and that...

living museums museums Participation Project research

Design is for everyone

...relationship with our fellow members of Children in Scotland and Families Outside – a national charity that works solely on behalf of families in Scotland affected by imprisonment. A series of outreach workshops is being developed with one of...

community creativity design Health Learning Wellbeing

It’s time to recognise and understand our armed forces young people

...people 25 May 2021 The Royal Caledonian Education Trust, Scotland’s Armed Forces children’s charity, produced its first ever Manifesto for the 2021 Scottish elections. Their Chief Executive, Laura Falconer, explains why it was time to put...


Radical wellbeing-focused redesign of Scottish Government budget key to post-Covid renewal

...Wellbeing Economy Alliance’s Dr Katherine Trebeck, with Amy Baker, was commissioned by national charity Children in Scotland, early years funder Cattanach and the Carnegie UK Trust. Click here to download and read a copy of the report It makes a...

budget budget process carnegie cattanach coronavirus covid dr katherine trebeck outcomes Participation radical systems change transparency Wellbeing wellbeing budgeting wellbeing budgets

Launch of Young People’s Manifesto helps make political ideas more accessible for all

...contains 33 calls, across 10 themes, and outlines key changes in policy and legislation the charity believes the next Scottish Government must make to improve outcomes for children and young people living in Scotland, and their...

changing our world children and young people Election Manifesto Participation politics

‘No detriment on appeals’: call for urgent change to exams certification process ahead of Scottish Parliament Education Debate

...following the SQA’s announcement of plans for the alternative certification of results. The charity’s position is based on the views and evidence of young people it works with and comes ahead of today’s education debate at Holyrood. Amy...

appeals assessments covid Education exams SQA

Judith Turbyne appointed as new Chief Executive of Children in Scotland

...RELEASE 22 June 2021 Dr Judith Turbyne is to be the new Chief Executive of national charity Children in Scotland. Currently a senior manager at the Scottish charity Regulator, she will start in the post on 30 August 2021. Judith...

appointment Bronwen Cohen CEO chief executive equality Inequality Jackie Brock Judith Turbyne OSCR post role

‘Involve us in decisions about our education’: core message from young people echoed by OECD report

...on Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence as echoing core recommendations made by young people the charity has worked with. Amy Woodhouse, Children in Scotland’s Joint Interim Chief Executive and Head of Policy, Projects and Participation,...


Bringing confidence back to the community

...were funded, and at that point we weren’t funded at all, so he told us we had to register as a charity. He told us about Big Lottery funding and that’s how we really started.  We became a charitable organisation on 20 September 2013. At...


Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online

...and keeping young people connected online 3 Mar 2021 Claudia Baldacchino from social innovation charity People Know How – a contributor to our upcoming Learning Week – discusses how the organisation has adapted over the past 12 months to...



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Salvesen Mindroom Centre: Development Manager (Trusts & Foundations)

...depending on skills and experience  Edinburgh Our Vision is to be the leading charity on neurodiversity in Scotland, with a strong reputation within the UK and international recognition for our expertise and research. We aim to...



Judith Turbyne

...in Scotland in August 2021. She has spent most of her professional life working in and with the charity sector. For much of that time she worked in international development, with charities challenging global poverty and inequality. She worked...

turbyne

Mohit Lakhanpal

...third sector since 2013, while he was at university completing a degree in Marketing. Within the charity sector he has worked for and supported a wide range of charities, including West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) and...

lakhanpal


Our offer to you during a critical time

Support Help and Integration in Perthshire (SHIP)

...after school clubs for children with complex additional support needs (5-18 years). The parent-led charity has been running since 1986 and has extensive experience in supporting children to access activities and their local communities. SHIP’s...



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News: Christmas gifting charity struggling to meet demand
post

... Magazine / News: Christmas gifting charity struggling to meet demand Posted 1 December, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond charity Children Families third sector young people A Fife charity is calling for help to meet the needs of families this...

charity Children Families third sector young people

News: charity appeal to support families this winter
post

... Image: Catherine Bromley Magazine / News: charity launches appeal to support families this winter Posted 3 November, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond. charity third sector Fife Gingerbread has launched its annual ‘Heat...

charity third sector

A bold new world
post

...movement in Scotland Visit the website 2050 Climate Group The award-winning charity empowering young leaders to take action on climate change Find out more Project and participation work The voices...


"Halving child poverty by 2024 should be the floor, not the ceiling, of our ambition"
post

...enough money it’s hard to focus on anything else. Many families have been forced to rely on charity. One mother I spoke to recently told me “I was stranded, I had to feed my baby.” This is alongside lockdown, round-the-clock childcare...


News: Call for specialised drug and alcohol treatment for young people
post

...use amongst young people. Click here to read the report in full   Related content charity launches appeal to support families this winter Nov 03, 2021 Campaign makes tackling mental health stigma an issue for everyone Oct 20,...

children and young people Health Mental Health

News: Mindfulness venture for early years receives financial boost
post

...mindfulness venture receives financial boost Posted 09 Nov 2021 by Jennifer Drummond charity funding mindfulness third sector An Edinburgh-based early years mindfulness enterprise has been chosen to receive...

charity funding mindfulness third sector

News: Scottish Government reveals plans to overhaul Scottish Attainment Challenge funding
post

...content Calls to prioritise children in Scottish Budget November 16, 2021 charity launches appeal to support families this winter November 3, 2021 Comment: Children haven't forgotten that Hunger is Still Here October 25,...

Attainment Education funding Poverty Scottish Parliament

Comment: Childminding is suffering from an expansion programme that doesn't recognise its value
post

...Scottish Budget Nov 16, 2021 Early years mindfulness venture receives financial boost Nov 9, 2021 charity launches appeal to support families this winter  Nov 3, 2021 Scouts welcome new programme for early years children Sept 9,...

childcare childminding Early years ELC out of school care

Q&A with Betsy de Thierry: Understanding the impact of shame
post

...with troubled families. She is the Founding Director of the Trauma Recovery Centre (TRC), a charity that supports children and families, and the CEO of BdT Ltd Trauma Training and Consultancy, which supports professionals who work with...

trauma webinars