Members’ Assembly 2021: Shape the Future!

Kicking off at 11am on Saturday 27 February, our Members’ Assembly – an annual event where WC?S members get together to review the work of the organisation, to make plans for the coming year and to share views and ideas on campaigns and key issues for the Care Experienced community.

Voting is Now Closed

Members were given the opportunity to vote and elect:

  • Members of the WC?S Board [and]
  • National Representatives to sit on our National Representative Body (NRB)

The results will be announced during the Members’ Assembly before being shared with the wider membership.

Watch the videos below to meet the candidates for the Board and the NRB!

Meet the Candidates

Board Candidates
NRB Candidates

The Members’ Assembly includes our Annual General Meeting (AGM) so it’s the place to be to catch up with everything WC?S!

Help us keep WC?S on course in challenging times!

A message from our Chair & Vice-Chair

“For more than 40 years, Who Cares? Scotland has existed to not only provide support to Care Experienced people, but to ensure that Care Experienced voices are heard. The Members’ Assembly and the AGM is our key annual event where our members get to have a say in who sits on our Board, what our campaigning priorities should be for the year ahead, review our progress over the past year and connect with our Care Experienced community across Scotland. Our community needs us now more than ever as the effects of COVID have seen schools and services shut, support networks harder to reach and an increase in poverty, unemployment, and poor mental health. Even though COVID means our Members’ Assembly will be digital this year, it will not keep us apart. Your vote and participation will help steer Who Cares? Scotland in the right direction to deliver a lifetime of Equality, Respect and Love for all Care Experienced People.”

Ryan McCuaig (WCS Chair) & Megan Sutherland (Vice-Chair)

With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities, funding partners and donors who make our work possible.