A recent nationwide survey showed that in the past year 42% of people had volunteered in a formal capacity. With nearly half of people giving up their time in the service of others, what motivates so many? Read more.
With more than 50% of our clients dealing with mental health issues, it’s important that they are given the support and treatment they need. That’s why ScotsCare are pleased to announce the launch of a joint pilot project with Camden Psychotherapy Unit. Read more.
On Wednesday 5th August, ScotsCare left with ten young people on a three night adventure holiday in East Sussex. The youngsters, who are children of ScotsCare clients, enjoyed the three night activity trip at a PGL centre by partaking in various skill-building activities from climbing, canoeing to abseiling. Read more.
Here at ScotsCare we believe in looking after those who help others. Our 51 volunteers help support our services, but most importantly – our clients. From receptionists to Blether Buddies, our volunteers lend a helping hand, and often an ear, to fellow Scots. Read more.
All involved with ScotsCare are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Sir Thomas (Tommy) Macpherson CBE MC TD ML. Tommy’s outstanding military record and business career are well documented and many of us will be privileged to have considered him as a true friend. Read more.