Becoming a Trauma Informed and Skilled organisation

Becoming a Trauma Informed and Skilled organisation

Move On is currently in the process of becoming a Trauma Informed and Skilled organisation. To start this process, we are building on our current practice and using the NHS Education for Scotland Knowledge and Skills Framework and The Scottish Psychological Trauma...
#KeepThePromise update

#KeepThePromise update

Through our intandem delivery, partnerships with Champions Boards across the country and our strides towards becoming a trauma informed and skilled organisation, our determination to #KeepThePromise has been central to our work over the past year. While the past 12...
Kiltwalk Virtual Weekend

Kiltwalk Virtual Weekend

Dust off your tartan – on the weekend of 23rd-25th April, the Kiltwalk is going virtual! You can take on any Kiltwalk-inspired challenge you fancy, from a wee wander to a mighty stride. By taking part for Move On, every penny you raise will help provide...
Employability training for 16-17 year olds

Employability training for 16-17 year olds

Our Employability Fund course gives 16-17 years olds who live in Glasgow and are not in employment, education or training the opportunity to gain employment focused qualifications and practical work experience in our FareShare Glasgow and the West of Scotland...
Young Start award

Young Start award

  We’re absolutely delighted to have been awarded £86,599 from the Young Start fund! Young Start, delivered by The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland, awards dormant bank account funding to projects that help young people reach their full potential....
5 million meals milestone

5 million meals milestone

  Our FareShare Glasgow and the West of Scotland service has now distributed a staggering 5 million meals during the pandemic. In our new video, two of our Community Food Members, Summerhill Community Centre and DRC Youth Project, share how we’re working...