The latest evidence shows that the Active Play Programme is helping to raise attainment in primary schools in Glasgow.
After presenting to delegates at the Scottish London Business Network, our Head of Investor Relations, Margaret Morton, looks at the importance of collaborating to effect change.
Following the Brexit vote and ongoing uncertainty, our CEO Celia Tennant calls for a continued focus on our charitable sector and those whom they serve.
Ahead of its summer holiday play programme, Abigail Treffry, development manager, at Barra Children’s Centre, reflects on its first term of Play Ranger sessions and the unique challenges of providing play in a rural island setting.
Six years ago, at the launch of the Go Play fund, Parent Action For Safe Play (PASP) were elated to be successful in being awarded a fund that allowed us to provide play for plays sake and not hide it under another umbrella. This had an immediate impact on our organisation, not just in receiving the money for play, but the fund being administered by Inspiring Scotland and the support given by them and their Performance Advisors.
Inspiring stories of success and the practical tools to meeting challenges were the order of the day at the latest 14:19 Fund portfolio day in Edinburgh this month.
Suffering grief, anxiety and isolation, Kate Brown discusses the support she found in a Link Up-funded community group in Leith, as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2016.
Avril Johnstone, a research student at Strathclyde University is today's guest blogger for our celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week, writing about the positive effects of Play on mental health.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and highlighting the important role positive relationships play in our wellbeing is at the heart of the campaign. Kaylie Allen, Performance Adviser for Self-Directed Support at Inspiring Scotland writes about how a Government Act is helping to maintain family relationships and successful independent living for the most vulnerable.
Charis Robertson of Hot Chocolate Trust, an Inspiring Scotland 14:19 Fund portfolio charity is celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week by asking the Hot Chocolate Trust young people what their hopes for the future of mental health support across Scotland.