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Find out about the work Aberlour does today to support Scotland's children, young people and their families: Aberlour Services.
Ben had always wanted to go horse riding and with Aberlour’s help his confidence grew. At horse riding he met the Millar family and they applied to become Ben’s foster carers.
Kaitlin is 10 years old and her brother John is 16 and has a profound learning disability. Aberlour provides respite care for the family. “When John goes to Aberlour Options - Fife, it is easier for me to cope at home. It feels calmer. I can watch TV and have my friends round. My mum lets me have my friends for a sleepover.
5 Apr 2014
RGU's The Last Spring Fling
Aberdeen's Marcliffe Hotel plays host to the Last Spring Fling, a formal dance hosted by students from Robert Gordon University,…
27 Apr 2014
The KiltWalk and WoofWalk Glasgow to Loch Lomond 2014
Join one of Scotland's fastest growing fundraising events and take on a marathon walk for Scotland's children, in associatio…
30 Jan 2014
Olympian Dr Katherine Grainger CBE Goes for Gold for Aberlour
Gold medal winning Olympian, Dr Katherine Grainger CBE has helped launch a prestigious fundraising evening for Scotland’s children’s charity.
29 Jan 2014
Sainsbury’s Bank Goes Walkies for Scotland’s Children’s Charity
Dougal, the four legged mascot for Sainsbury’s Bank in Edinburgh, along with Aberlour mascot Alfie and fundraiser, Nicola Gandy helped Scotland’s children’s charity, Aberlour to launch its flagship fundraising event, the Edinburgh WoofWalk.