Aberlour Response – to the Welfare Reform Committee’s inquiry into the future delivery of Scottish Social Security

Aberlour – Scotland’s children’s charity, has been working with vulnerable families who require extra assistance from the state throughout our 140 year history.

Annual Review Year Ended March 31, 2015

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Annual Accounts year ended March 31, 2016

Aberlour Annual Review 2015-16

Aberlour has published its annual review, 20015-16.

A young man supported by an Aberlour disability service

Aberlour Perinatal Befriending Support Service – An Evaluation

An evaluation of Aberlour Perinatal Befriending Support Service, carried out by the University of Stirling, has shown that the service boosts the mental health of mothers.


mother with baby

Aberlour Annual Accounts Year End March 2017

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Aberlour response to the Scottish Government A Blueprint for 2020 Expansion of Early Learning Childcare in Scotland Consultation

As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour welcomes the Scottish Government’s proposal to increase and extend the provision of funded early learning and childcare (ELC) places available to parents of 3 and 4-year-old, and entitled 2-year-old, children.

Response to the Governance in Education Consultation

As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour supports all proposals aimed at improving the educational outcomes of Scotland’s children and young people.

Aberlour Response to the Scottish Government’s Child Poverty Action Bill

As Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish Children’s charity, Aberlour supports any and every attempt to end child poverty. More than one in five children in Scotland currently live in poverty and we believe it is unacceptable that any child in Scotland should experience poverty for any reason

Aberlour Response – to the Scottish Parliament’s inquiry “We need to talk about palliative care”

Aberlour is Scotland’s largest solely Scottish children’s charity. Working in over 40 locations across Scotland in fields such as disabilities; residential and foster care for looked after children and parental substance use.

Aberlour Response – to the proposed Support for Children (impact of parental imprisonment) (Scotland) Bill

Aberlour has worked both in prisons and in the community to provide support for families affected by parental imprisonment for many years. We have seen, first hand, the impact that parental imprisonment can have on attachment, resilience and life outcomes in children of all ages.

Aberlour Evidence – on the Carers (Scotland) Bill

Aberlour’s written stage 1 evidence to the Health and Sport committee of the Scottish Parliament in respect of the Carers Scotland Bill

Annual Accounts Year ended March 31, 2015