Who Cares? Scotland, Scottish Charity Awards Nominations

12.05.2017

Who Cares? Scotland have been nominated for Charity of the Year 2017, SCVO Scottish Charity Awards.

“Our nomination for Charity of the Year is testament to the incredible impact our care experienced members have had, when supported to influence government at the highest level. Their voices have inspired the First Minister to announce an independent root and branch review of the care system, with care experienced people at its heart. We’re proud to have created the platform for the biggest political commitment to care experienced people in history.” – Duncan Dunlop, CEO, Who Cares? Scotland

As a nominee, Who Cares? Scotland is also in the running for the People’s Choice Award, which is up for a public vote.

“I believe winning the People’s Choice Award would show Scotland the incredible power of the care experienced community.” – Callum Lynch, Who Cares? Scotland Ambassador

Vote for Who? Cares Scotland to win the People’s Choice Award 2017, here.

Over the past 12 months, Who Cares? Scotland has achieved unprecedented success in enabling change of the care system, and empowering the care experienced people of Scotland. They achieved the biggest political commitment to care experienced people in history, and the first with care experienced people at its core.

https://www.whocaresscotland.org/who-we-are/blog/care-experienced-people-made-history-today/

Who Cares? Scotland has spoken on worldwide platforms about what it means to be care experienced, and challenged stigma and stereotypes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-wp7HN9Zvs

http://player.stv.tv/episode/3cph/stv-appeal-2016/who-cares/

Who Cares? Scotland have supported their members to understand who they are, and to understand how their care experience is a part of their identity.  They have encouraged those who feel they can, to speak out about their experiences, and most importantly, have welcomed care experienced people to be part of the Who Cares? Scotland family.

Who Cares? Scotland plans to engage with care experienced children and young people over the coming months. To find out more about how to get involved click here.

For more information on the Care Review click here.

To find out more about Who Cares? Scotland’s involvement in securing the 1000 Voices and the Care Review click here.

To find out more about the SCVO Scottish Charity Awards, click here.

With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities and funding partners, who make our work possible
Who Cares? Scotland Funding Partners