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Voices: Geeza Break

In our Voices series, we share the stories and opinions from our funded organisations that are helping to find solutions to poverty and trauma in Scotland. The latest group is Geeza Break, a charity that provides family support and flexible respite services to parents with children aged 0-16 years, predominantly within the East/North East in Glasgow.
October 2021
Blog

Meet the Trustees: The Robertson Trust welcomes three new members to its Board of Trustees

First announced last week, The Robertson Trust is pleased to share more details about the three new members who will join our Board of Trustees.
October 2021
Blog

Survey Results: Third Sector Capacity Building

We are delighted to share the results of our Third Sector Capacity Building Survey, which we will use to contribute to the design of our current and future offers; helping us to respond to the challenges organisations are currently facing whilst also informing the development of a longer-term package of support.
September 2021
Blog

The Robertson Trust announces Board changes

Read on for updates to our Board of Trustees.
September 2021
Blog

Response to press reports - July 2021

Our statement is now available.
July 2021
Blog

#ChristiePlus10: A Housing First approach to Covid recovery

As part of #ChristiePlus10, we will be publishing a series of expert blogs in the coming weeks reflecting on ten years since the publication of the Christie Commission. Today we continue our series with our next contributor, Mike Burns, CEO of Penumbra and former CEO of Aberdeen Cyrenians, who reflects on the Christie Commission from a Housing First perspective and how this is key for our COVID recovery.
September 2021
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Privacy Policy

The Robertson Trust's privacy policy.
September 2020
Blog

Vacancy: Scholarship Administrator

The Robertson Trust is now recruiting a Scholarship Administrator to assist in the delivery of our Journey to Success Scholarship Programme.
September 2021
Publication

Issue 2 – Kairos: developing a community-led women’s space

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) and the University of Strathclyde were commissioned by The Robertson Trust in 2015 to undertake an exploration of the development of women’s spaces. The latest reports are now available to download.
September 2020
Publication

Issue 4 – Lochaber Hope: a person-centred approach

The latest thematic summary from our Women's Centre programme is now available.
September 2020
Publication

Issue 3 – Heart & Soul: reflecting on participation

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) and the University of Strathclyde were commissioned by The Robertson Trust in 2015 to undertake an exploration of the development of women’s spaces. The latest reports are now available to download.
September 2020
Publication

Issue 6 (final) – Kairos: co-producing a community-led, inclusive women’s space

This is the sixth, and final, in a series of thematic summaries in which we share what we have heard and learned from the people that have taken part in our Women’s Centre Programme.
June 2021
Blog

New sessions announced - meet with our funding team in September

Our next session with our funding team will be hosted on the 29th September. Sessions will take place on Microsoft Teams or by phone with half hour slots available throughout the day.
September 2021
Blog

Invitation to Tender: Learning and Evaluation Partner for Partners in Change

We recently announced grants of more than £2.4 million to six ambitious projects which aim to prevent and mitigate the negative impacts of poverty and trauma in Scotland. We are now looking for an experienced Learning and Evaluation Partner to work alongside us and our partners in change to explore what helps and hinders change, and how we as a funder can best support change projects.
September 2021
Blog

Over £1.4M awarded to organisations across Scotland

We are delighted to announce our latest funding recipients with 36 organisations working to alleviate poverty and trauma across Scotland receiving just over £1.4 million.
September 2021