Michelle and Alan (not their real names) have each spent a number of years in prison, and are rebuilding their lives. They want to share their story because ScotsCare has given them significant help in having a fresh start. Read more.
In July, ScotsCare took to the water to enjoy our annual Thames riverboat cruise party. Volunteers, trustees, staff and guests enjoyed music, drinks and a buffet while soaking up the scenic view of iconic London landmarks. Read more.
ScotsCare caught up with one of the stars of the Olivier Award-winning West End play 'Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour' to talk about London, Scotland, being a Scot in London, and the work of ScotsCare. Read more.
With just over 20 staff, ScotsCare supports Scots in London in a range of ways - from family support and education and training grants to housing for over-55s. But without its 50 volunteers, there are some services the charity wouldn’t be able to offer. Read more.
Shona Fleming has just completed her first three months at the head of the ScotsCare. At the end of December, the Committee of Management confirmed her appointment as the Charity’s new Chief Executive. Read more.