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Statement on the death of Barnardo’s colleague Alyson Watt

04 Jun 2017

It is with great sadness that Barnardo’s has learned of the death of our long-standing colleague Alyson Watt on Friday, June 2.

Statement on the death of Barnardo’s colleague Alyson Watt

03 Jun 2017

It is with great sadness that Barnardo’s has learned of the death of our long-standing colleague Alyson Watt on Friday, June 2.

Campaigners welcome progress on Child Poverty Bill but say that further strengthening of the Bill is necessary

01 Jun 2017

Ahead of MSPs debating the Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill members of the End Child Poverty (ECP) coalition in Scotland have welcomed a number of the recommendations made by the Social Security Committee which they say represent significant progress in strengthening the Bill.

You make the difference – but what does it really mean?

31 May 2017

This Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June), Barnardo’s Scotland is joining the hundreds of other charities taking the opportunity to thank volunteers and remind them that “you make the difference”.

Barnardo’s Scotland’s pop-up shop in the heart of Greenock

26 May 2017

Come along to our pop-up shop in Greenock’s Oak Mall Shopping Centre on Saturday 3 June, 10am – 4pm.

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12 May 2017

Javed Khan, CEO, made his first visit to Barnardo’s Scotland services in Renfrewshire and Inverclyde on 10 and 11 May 2017.

Reforming the law to give children equal protection from assault

12 May 2017

Martin Crewe, Director of Barnardo’s Scotland commenting on the launch of the consultation on the Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill

Priority Blog - Mental Health Strategy should be one part of a National priority says Kirsten Hogg, Head of Policy with Barnardo’s Scotland.

11 May 2017

Mental Health Awareness Week should be used as a way of getting out a positive and hopeful message on the importance of mental health and the theme this year of ‘thriving not just surviving’ does just that. There is little doubt that there is much greater awareness of the importance of mental health to overall wellbeing and recent campaigns have focussed on ensuring that mental health is taken as seriously as physical health.

1000 mile unicycle challenge to support vulnerable children

04 May 2017

Barnardo’s director, Jonathan Whalley is travelling 1000 miles on an electric unicycle across the UK to raise vital funds for vulnerable children - visiting Dumfries on 4th of May.

“Strictly” style competition to raise funds for vulnerable children

12 Apr 2017

A worldwide women’s organisation, Soroptimist International, is holding an evening of entertainment with a dance competition based on the popular Strictly Come Dancing TV show as the star attraction to raise funds for Barnardo’s Scotland.

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