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Happy Easter to all our young people, families and supporters! Have a fantastic day from everyone at
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Aberlour Apr 20
to everyone who has supported our young people this . Special thanks to , @FifeSelfDrive, Slamannan Parish Church & Bonnie Bridge Parish Church. Discover how you can support Scotland's vulnerable children:
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Aberlour Apr 19
Only 10 days to go until the ! We are still offering free places for all Aberlour supporters until registration closes on 24th April. Contact us today to secure your place:
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Aberlour Apr 19
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Aberlour Apr 18
for your generous donation from the recent ! This will be used to help vulnerable children across Scotland.
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Aberlour Apr 18
Congratulations !
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Aberlour Apr 17
"I enjoy spending time with Rebecca*, she always asks me what I want to do, she listens to me & is easy to talk to." Marta's* befriender helps her when she needs her the most. Could you transform a life? *Names changed.
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Aberlour Apr 16
“Before Aberlour Sustain started to help me, I struggled daily with the children & could not see the light at the end of the tunnel.” We understand the importance of keeping families together, read Katie's story:
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Aberlour Apr 15
Thanks to you we have held another successful Tinto Sports Club! Many thanks to the Pollokshaws & Eastwood Community Council for joining us last week to hand out the well earned trophies & Easter eggs, which they kindly donated, to all our young people.
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Aberlour Apr 15
We are ! We are currently a Young People's Worker for our Options Borders service. If you are passionate about providing the highest level of physical and emotional care to the young people supported by us, we want to hear from you!
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Aberlour Apr 11
“I see first-hand the need for Aberlour. My team & I are really looking forward to taking part in & raising funds to help many more children who need our help." Can you join us to support Scotland's vulnerable children?
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Aberlour Apr 11
"Every day we see how much the families we work with rely on Aberlour. We never fail to be impressed by the understanding they show both to the children and their families." to Josh, Kirstine, Jo & Rona for taking part in .
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Aberlour Apr 10
Our provide a loving & stable home for a child allowing them to flourish. To mark we wished to share a heart-warming poem from one of our foster carers children about how their has grown.
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Ryan McCuaig Apr 9
“Universal Basic Income would have meant I wouldn’t have to choose between heating and eating after I left care.” on
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Gary Robertson Apr 9
Young people leaving care should be given guaranteed basic income to reduce the chances of them ending up homeless or in prison. Charity says that people who've been in care don't have the luxury of the "bank of mum and dad" 0715
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Aberlour Apr 9
recently spoke with about how corporate parents should be the bank of mum and dad for care leavers to provide hope and financial security. Read SallyAnn's full blog to find out more:
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CPAGScotland Apr 7
Strong arguments from and that we can't tackle the attainment gap if we don't reduce child poverty.
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CPAGScotland Apr 7
SallyAnn Kelly of argues that we need to use the power we all have to protect our children. Ensuring we deliver the income supplement urgently is a key part of that.
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Poverty Alliance Apr 5
Going to the conference on Sunday? Join us for our lunchtime fringe meeting with to discuss using Scotland social security powers to tackle poverty. Speakers include
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Aberlour Apr 5
Ever considered yourself the next James Bond or Ethan Hunt? Then we have the for you! Join us this summer at the Abseil to raise funds for vulnerable children across Scotland. Get in touch today!
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