Life lessons

Life Lessons Move On’s Youth and Community Skills group have used their own life experiences to inspire creative writing pieces. Vanessa wrote a poem about what life on the streets feels like and about what it’s like experiencing cyber bullying. Paula has also shared...
#ChristmasWRap competition entries for #GivingTuesday

#ChristmasWRap competition entries for #GivingTuesday

Today, Tuesday 1 December is #GivingTuesday, the national day of giving. Move On’s theme for the event this year is #ChristmasWRap – we’ll be gift wrapping at St James Shopping Centre in Edinburgh on Thursday, and we have also been running a rap...
Freya Kennedy, Administrator, Glasgow

Freya Kennedy, Administrator, Glasgow

Freya writes: I have been working for Move On for six months now, and have enjoyed many unique experiences and exciting opportunities during this time. As admin assistant I spend the majority of my time in the Move On office on Ingram Street in Glasgow. The atmosphere...
Rebecca Grant, Development Worker, Glasgow

Rebecca Grant, Development Worker, Glasgow

Since starting my role as Development Worker at Move On’s Glasgow office in August, I have been able to get involved in many of the fantastic services that Move On offers young people. I am currently involved in the mentoring programme, coordinating matches between...
My Move On experience (literacies)

My Move On experience (literacies)

Two of our service users, Tommy and Daniel (name changed), share their stories of how Move On has helped them improve their literacy and numeracy skills. Tommy’s story After 30 years using drugs I arrived at Jericho House Rehab Unit, Greenock to work on my addiction...