Move On works in Scotland to unlock the potential of vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness in order to improve their lives.

Move On’s work was featured in a 4-page feature in the Daily Record on 28th October as part of our 20th anniversary celebrations and our #give20 campaign.

From our bases in Edinburgh and Glasgow, Move On works with vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness.

We offer a range of services providing advice, training, guidance and support enabling vulnerable young people and those affected by homelessness to unlock their potential and achieve a range of positive outcomes. These positive outcomes include; securing or progressing towards a job, accessing and sustaining a home, building confidence, growing support networks and increasing life skills.

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Monday, November 20th, 2017 at 11:38am
Hi from Family Food Service, a network of Glasgow partners committed to tackling Holiday Hunger. The service will provide food to families during school holidays and outwith school hours. https://t.co/b0QJZ4acTY @HOScotstoun @CCHGlasgow @AnnexeComm @scottishgov #FORFOODSAKE
Friday, November 17th, 2017 at 6:44am
If you're aged 14-26, engaging with @moveonscotland @FShareGlasgow @venturetrust or have done in the past, please complete this survey about your interest in creative/physical activities and what has prevented you participating. Many thanks. https://t.co/HQ2FuzsGxN
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