A lifetime of equality, respect and love for care experienced people
Care Experienced Week 2023 took place from the 22nd to the 29th of October. Find out how we celebrated this year.
To mark Black History Month, Care Experienced writer Leah Flint has written a blog sharing her experience growing up as a mixed race child in a white foster family and offers 3 pieces of advice on how we can all be better allies to the black community.
Talented Who Cares? Scotland member unveiled as the first designer behind new brand with the John Lewis Partnership.
Carmel, who grew up in kinship care and has been a member of Who Cares? Scotland for many years, will now take up the role of Chair following a robust internal recruitment process.
Our new Fundraising and Partnerships Manager Lucy writes about her plans to take on the Edinburgh Kiltwalk.
Two members of the NRB Marissa and Amie went to Manchester to attend a two-day conference which explored the emotions and experiences in the history of care. Here Marissa shares what the Compassion and Care conference was like.
In May, our members were invited to take part in our media club. They were offered a copy of ‘Ginger and Me’ by Elissa Soave to read before joining a Q&A session online with the author. Check out what they thought of the book here.
Comms & Events Manager Katie MacMillan writes about the Summer Meet Up, our first residential members event in over 3 years.
The Kitchen Depot, a Kitchen supplier based in Hillington, has donated a new kitchen to our Renfrewshire Youth Space in Paisley.
Andrea, a teacher from Kirkcaldy has raised over £5,000 for Who Cares? Scotland and Mary’s Meals by taking on Africa’s tallest mountain.
To mark Refugee Week 2023, 21-year-old Sudanese refugee, Kadim has shared his thoughts on why there are so many refugees, the challenges they face and what needs to change to make the world a safer, more equal place to live for everyone.
This week the Scottish Government held a debate on education, following publication of the report of the National Discussion on Education. While we welcome the report, we would like to see more focus on Care Experienced learners in the recommendations.
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Our Bright Stars group is our fortnightly youth group for Care Experienced young people aged 10 - 14 to come along and have some fun.
We’re looking for members to help us plan our 2024 Care Day celebrations.
Want to be a part of helping Care Experienced children and young people engage in activities to build their confidence and skills? Then take a look at this new volunteering opportunity.
If you believe Care Experienced people deserve a lifetime of equality, respect and love, then please donate and support our work.
Every pound you give helps us support more people who have care experience. If you donate £15 a month, we will send you one of our Care Family Tartan Scarves