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Survivors of Childhood Abuse Support Fund

Moving on Ayrshire

Moving On Ayrshire (MOA) is a charity based in Ayr which provides a counselling service at locations throughout South Ayrshire. They offer survivors of sexual abuse and rape aged 14 years and up free one-to-one person-centred counselling in safe, confidential settings. This enables survivors to address sensitive issues and work towards a heathier, happier future. MOA also provides awareness-raising, guidance and support to organisations and schools throughout South Ayrshire.

Sitting down with digital experts and Specialist Volunteers, Gordon and Elena
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Sitting down with digital experts and Specialist Volunteers, Gordon and Elena

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Independent support for people accessing the social care system
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Celebrating Our Future Leaders

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