Our new strategy for 2020-2030 sharpens our focus on helping to improve the lives of people and communities with experience of poverty, trauma or both.
Our focus is on improving the lives of people and communities experiencing poverty and trauma. We'll be building on and applying our understanding of particular areas in the course of our strategy.
Over the next ten years, we'll provide around £200 million in funding to third sector organisations that help people and communities in Scotland living with poverty and trauma. Applications now open!
As well as funding others, our own projects and pieces of work reflect our aim to help to improve the lives of people and communities in Scotland experiencing poverty and trauma.
Journey to Success
Our in-house Scholarship scheme helps promising youngsters overcome financial and social barriers to gain the university education they deserve and the career they aspire to.
Founded almost 60 years ago by the Robertson sisters, we continue to build on their vision and legacy. Discover more about our story.
Watch on-demand: We need to talk
As part of Challenge Poverty week, this free event offered a space to consider how talking can and does result in system change.
Voices: 3D Drumpchapel
The latest group in our Voices series is 3D Drumchapel which works with families from pre-birth to early secondary school in the north of Glasgow. It designs services around its key goals: improving family relationships, improving parenting skills, increasing family members' wellbeing, improving child development and maximising volunteers' potential.
Watch our funding webinars on demand
The recordings of our three webinars introducing our new funds are now available for all to view.