Barratt Developments donation

Barratt Developments donation

We want to say an enormous thank you to Barratt Homes for donating an incredible £10,000 to support our employability services! As we anticipate a sharp rise in unemployment as a result of the pandemic, this generous donation will help safeguard the training,...
Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation

Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation

As part of our work on tobacco prevention, Move On has signed up to Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation. The charter is an initiative to help reduce the harm caused by smoking and deliver a tobacco-free generation by 2034. Over 380 organisations...
Mental health resources

Mental health resources

As today marks one year since the first lockdown, we want to say it’s normal to feel overwhelmed and anxious right now. Please remember that you are not alone. We’ve rounded up some helpful mental health resources from these fantastic organisations:...
Adele’s mentoring experience

Adele’s mentoring experience

Adele was living in supported accommodation and struggling with several extremely volatile personal relationships when we matched her with her mentor Katherine.Through weekly meetings both in person and online, Adele and Katherine took part in various activities...
Employability training for 18+ year olds

Employability training for 18+ year olds

We have an exciting new opportunity for people to gain carpentry and woodworking knowledge and skills at our Move On Wood Recycling workshop. Our Employability Fund Stage 4 course is for people who are aged 18+ and not currently in education, training or employment....
Dean’s employability journey

Dean’s employability journey

Dean had left college and was struggling to find education or employment opportunities during the pandemic when he joined the Employability Fund course at our FareShare Glasgow and the West of Scotland warehouse. He has now gained qualifications, skills and practical...