Who Cares? Scotland comment on recent figures highlighting the number of missing people in care
Who Cares? Scotland member Carol shares how she supports Care Experienced people for World Voice Day
Kenny Murray is recognized at the National Campaigner Awards 2019 for the ‘Who We Are’ project.
Maree Todd MSP announces plans to introduce new laws to protect brothers and sisters in care.
Speakers tell of discrimination and stigma faced by Care Experienced people, by public who don’t understand care.
Kenny Murray writes about the power of cinema as a tool for fair representation, and our members reactions to the new film ‘Instant Family’
This Care Day, civic buildings and monuments will light up in red to show love and unity to Scotland’s Care Experienced population.
We are delighted to announce our first strategic corporate partner, with house-building company Mactaggart & Mickel.
Corporate Parents progress reviewed in Scotland by Minister for Childcare and Early Years
A grant for every care experienced young person at university or college, up to £8,100, has been announced