A lifetime of equality, respect and love for care experienced people
The Digital Wellbeing project ran from October 2021-2022. It brought together 4 passionate members to explore and develop resources for our members and Corporate Parents on digital wellbeing.
Care Experienced news stories from 14th – 21st of November. This week the John Lewis ad is still trending, and the spotlight is on Foster Carers.
By Marie-Claire Jones
Director of Fundraising & Communications, Who Cares? Scotland
Care Experienced news stories from the 7th to the 14th of November. This was the week that the John Lewis advert aired, and it was everywhere!
To mark the end of Care Experienced Week 2022, 300 of our members and their families took off on an out-of-this-world experience at our Time to Shine festival.
Find out what happened at our Members’ Assembly this October.
Sunday 23rd of October 2022 saw the return of the Love Rally, where over 500 people took to the streets of Glasgow to demand a lifetime of love for all Care Experienced people.
Who Cares? Scotland has been announced as a nominated charity of the John Lewis and Waitrose Partnership.
Jasmin Pilling, a Care Experienced member, petitioned the Scottish Parliament to provide truly lifelong support for all Care Experienced people.
We are thrilled to announce that Who Cares? Scotland had been awarded the Investing in Volunteers (IiV) accreditation.
Our Communications Support Officer and WC?s Member, Damien Mack visited the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the first time and wrote a review of theatre show, Cassie and the Lights.
Our Internal Comms Officer and WC?S Member, Damien, shares his thoughts on TV adaptation of My Name is Leon and its portrayal of care.
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This unique role requires you to listen to what children and young people with experience of care say and support them to ensure their rights are upheld and their voices are heard in the processes of making decisions about their lives.
Are you passionate about about helping young people create positive change?
If you have experience as a Fundraiser, generating substantial sustainable income, with great management and interpersonal skills, and you want to be part of delivering change for Care Experienced people across Scotland, this could be the role for you!
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