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by Rachel Berry

Bridges Project: Co-production with young people in Scotland

For almost 40 years, Bridges Project has been supporting some of the most vulnerable young people in Midlothian and East Lothian in Scotland. For some, working with Bridges Project is the first time they’ve had a supportive adult in their lives. “A lot of our clients have said they feel like no one has shown faith in them, or believed…

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by Rachel Berry

Smalls for All Supplies a Growing Number of UK Organisations

We talk about poverty more than we used to. What was once considered something that happens elsewhere is now undeniably a part of everyday life in the UK, for a growing number of families. And West Lothian-based charity Smalls for All (Smalls) can trace the line of this change from when it was founded as an African aid organisation in…

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by Robin Forrester

Three inspiring charities who have mastered digital storytelling

Storytelling is a powerful way of helping charity work. Robin Forrester looks at three charities who use storytelling to great effect.

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by Azad Sharma

Fun Palaces: fostering culture and community

We spent a lot of 2019 thinking about co-production in the arts and we want to begin 2020 with the same creativity at the front of our minds. Creativity in a community setting encourages togetherness and often the sharing of valuable skills to nurture arts and sciences at a grassroots level.  We were delighted to find Fun Palaces, an organisation…

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Burcu Borysik, Mayday Trust