We believe Scotlandâ€™s voluntary sector has a transformative effect on the lives of those living in Scotland who otherwise may struggle to make the best of their lives due to life circumstances, poverty, or other disadvantages.Â OurÂ aimÂ is to amplify and strengthen the impact of organisationsÂ across civic societyÂ by helpingÂ themÂ build their strength, resilience, and reach.
We do thatÂ throughÂ harnessing the power of private, public, and voluntary sectors.Â Since 2008 Inspiring Scotland has worked towards a Scotland where everyone, no matter where they live, or the circumstances they are born into, is given the chance to enjoy a happy, healthy life free from poverty or disadvantage.
Read about the focusÂ and highlights ofÂ our work across Scotland in our 2021 / 2022Â annual overview.Learn More
We identify and solve problems on a national scale, working together to get results.
Inspiring Scotland funds, designs and implements pioneering solutions addressing deep-rooted social problems.Read More
Our network of professional volunteers are a team of changemakers who offer their expertise to charities, helping them to build capacity and overcome problems.Read More
We connect people, charities, organisations and volunteers to solve problems and bring about positive social change.Read More
Each year between the 25th November and 10th December communities across the world take part in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence. The campaign calls for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.Â In Scotland, this yearâ€™s 16 Days of Activism wants us to â€˜Imagine a Scotland without Gender BasedRead More
Our Building Brighter Futures Fund (BBFF) team recently visited Govan High School alongside the Hub Community Foundation (HCF) where PEEK showcased their â€˜Your Choiceâ€™ programme delivered in partnership with Govan High School and Police Scotland.Â Your Choice is PEEKâ€™s early intervention project funded by BBFF to support young people disengaging from mainstream educational provision withRead More
As the clocks go back and the night draws in, it got me thinking about my childhood, and the unwritten rule that when the streetlights came on, we all knew it was time to go home and play time was over.Â Â Now, as a parent myself, these universal â€˜rulesâ€™ have changed. The surge in technologyRead More
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