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We support groups, such as young people from care/supported accommodation, young people attending Social Emotional Behavioural Difficulty (SEBD) schools and those at risk of disengaging from mainstream schools. By working alongside people we enable them to develop the skills and tools they need to reach their own long-term solutions, by offering a range of practical and emotional support services that provides many people every year with the confidence, skills and abilities to get their lives back on track.
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
As part of our World Book Night celebrations, our literacy workers gave all staff a copy of the brilliant "Me Mam. Me Dad. Me." by Head of Zeus Books.

Earlier this week we had a cuppa and a catch up to chat about the story - unanimously everyone loved it and a few staff commented it was the fastest they've finished a book in ages!

Our literacy staff gave everyone a personalised bookmark to take home too, so no excuses to not keep reading now!
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
Do you have the passion and commitment to help inspire a young person to reach their full potential?

We're looking for volunteer mentors in Glasgow to support young people to achieve personal goals, increase their skills and confidence, and build their positive social networks.

Mentors and young people meet once a week to work towards a goal, such as learning to play guitar, going to the gym, or taking a cookery class.

Find out more and get in touch πŸ‘‡
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
Josh* was referred to our mentoring service by the Early and Effective Intervention service after multiple offences and run-ins with the law. Since being matched with his volunteer mentor, he has avoided any further trouble with the police, is learning to play the piano with weekly lessons at Music Plus, and is due to start a college course in September to study Flooring and Tilling! πŸ‘

*Name has been changed.
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
Perfect for younger audiences, KID_X is an exciting new show coming to Tramway next week which collides digital circus, street dance, hypnotic video projections and a bass heavy original electronic score! With concession tickets for only Β£5, this could be a perfect activity for our Glasgow mentors and young people!
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
We're recruiting for a Trauma-Informed Senior Development Worker to join our Edinburgh team!

This is an exciting opportunity to develop our successful mentoring service by working alongside our mentoring staff to establish Move On as a Trauma-Informed organisation. The successful applicant will build on our expertise in mentoring disadvantaged young people by increasing the capacity of our staff and volunteer mentors to support young people to improve their well-being and mental health.

The closing date for applications is Monday 10th June, so find out more and download an application form ASAP! πŸ‘‡
Move On Scotland
Move On Scotland
Since starting in November 2017, our Family Food Service has provided over 100,000 meals to vulnerable children and their families. If you would like to show your support for what we do, please vote for us in the SCVO Scottish Charity Awards before 5pm today πŸ‘‰ https://bit.ly/2QaEgRA

Our network of organisations fighting hunger has grown to include Rosemount Lifelong Learning, Shakespeare St Youth Club, Whitehill Nursery School, Camstradden Primary., Thriving Places Lambhill, Milton and Cadder, Glasgow Life, Stepping Stones, New Yoker Diners, GHA - Glasgow Housing Association, Early Years Scotland, Refuweegee and many more!

By working together to support community meals and events, we give people the opportunity to make friends, learn new skills and enjoy meals together.