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“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.

Volunteer with Barnardo’s Scotland in Clydebank and help change lives

11 Apr 2017

By accepting donated clothing, each charity shop in the UK diverts an average of 34 tonnes per annum of textiles from landfill.* So it’s no surprise that Barnardo’s Scotland’s donation centre in Clydebank, who processes considerably more than their standard shop counterparts, is in need of volunteers to help with this important job.

Toddlers in Scotland raise over £27,000 for Barnardo’s Scotland

10 Apr 2017

Toddlers throughout nurseries in Scotland raised £27,426 for Barnardo’s Scotland during last summer’s animal themed Big Toddle.

Let's Get it Right for Autism in West Lothian

06 Apr 2017

This year the charity’s Caern Service would like to launch a new initiative in West Lothian for children and young people with Asperger’s, high functioning autism who are in mainstream education.

Children’s charity supporting care experience young people in South Ayrshire gains Quality Award

05 Apr 2017

A service supporting young people in the local area which has only been running for 18 months has been awarded the Project Quality Award from the Scottish Mentoring Network.

Clear your wardrobe and conscience with a spring clean!

04 Apr 2017

Survey reveals Scots feel “guilty” about their unworn clothes – Let your local Barnardo’s Scotland shop ease you of your guilt

Aberdeen students host charity ball for local children

04 Apr 2017

Students are inviting residents and businesses to a ‘Green’ Tie Charity Ball in aid of children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland – green to reflect the charity’s brand colour.

In response to the Scottish Government's Mental Health Strategy annoucement

31 Mar 2017

Barnardo’s Scotland has signed a joint statement alongside Aberlour, Action for Children, Children 1st, Includem and NSPCC Scotland in response to the Scottish Government’s publication of the 10 Year Mental Health Strategy:

New Mental Health Strategy falls short of the mark say third sector children’s services providers

30 Mar 2017

Scotland’s largest children’s charities have expressed their disappointment that the Scottish Government’s 10 year strategy for mental health in Scotland lacks detail on how the transformational change needed to address children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing will be addressed.

Make a big splash for local children

28 Mar 2017

People of Dumfries & Galloway and Ayrshire are being invited to join in the swimming fundraising extravaganza, the River Dee Wild Swim, at the Crossmichael Marina on Saturday 3rd June. Whether you’re swimming for fun or for charity, there’s a water-based challenge available for the whole family!

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