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Growing Up Service - Helping young people with disabilities to flourish - Invitation to Information Session


An innovative service by children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland is offering skills in horticulture for young people with learning disabilities aged 18 – 30 years.

Barnardo’s Scotland brings you Coffee, Cake and Carers!


Children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland fostering has launched its new initiative ‘Word of Mouth’ (WoM) in the north of Scotland this month to give people considering fostering the chance to meet local foster carers and find out what fostering is all about.

Scottish Charities win UK Charity Excellence Award


Barnardo’s Scotland part of the Coalition for Continuing Care is celebrating today after receiving the Big Impact Award at the Third Sector Excellence Awards held in London on 18 September.

15 Lessons from Rotherham - Let’s not make the same mistakes in Scotland


The children’s charity Barnardo’s Scotland has today, 12 September, published a report, ‘Lessons for Scotland from the Jay Report into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham, highlighting the lessons for Scotland from the Rotherham Inquiry Report into Child Sexual Exploitation.

Clyde-siders – your Barnardo’s shops need you!


With their cheery ‘high fives’ and ‘happy-to-help’ attitude, the 15,000 Clyde-siders who volunteered at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow played a massive role in the event’s success.

Barnardo’s Scotland foster carers open up about their experiences to encourage more carers


“Fostering has given me so much – the children have been company, given me a reason to live, eat healthily and to get out into the world and be active!” Fiona Douglas – Foster Carer, Fife

Children from Inverclyde take to the Stage in Commonwealth Festival 2014


Children from Greenock, in Inverclyde took part in one of the biggest events in Glasgow Green as part of the Commonwealth Festival on Saturday 26 July 2014.

TV Presenter Helen Fospero backs Barnardo’s Scotland’s Missing Millions Gift Aid Appeal


Breakfast TV presenter and working mum, Helen Fospero has given her backing to the Missing Millions Barnardo’s Gift Aid appeal. She is helping the charity raise awareness about the importance of Gift Aid, a national Government tax scheme.

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