Aberlour Child Care Trust

Scotland's children's charity

Registered Charity Number: SC007991
Stirling

Aberlour is the largest, solely Scottish, children’s charity which helps over 7,500 of Scotland’s most vulnerable children, young people and their families each year.

At Aberlour, we recognise that not all children are born with an equal chance and that those who are marginalised or are born in the most deprived communities can often struggle to access the same opportunities as others.

Our services are tailored to help each child, young person or family to be the very best they can be. We support them to overcome significant challenges like growing up in and leaving care, living with a disability and dealing with the impact of drugs and alcohol on family life.

We offer support at the earliest opportunity: giving children the best possible start in life is at the heart of everything we do.

By leaving Aberlour a gift in your will, you could help transform the futures of some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children; your generosity could mean that children across Scotland don’t just survive, but thrive. Including Aberlour in your will, will not cost you anything today, and every gift, big or small, would make a life-changing and lasting difference to the next generation.

After you have taken care of your loved ones, even just 1% of your estate to Aberlour would make a huge difference to vulnerable children and young people in Scotland.

Contact Us

Aberlour Child Care Trust Kintail House
Forthside Way
Stirling
FK8 1QZ

Phone: 0800 0856 150

Fax: 01786 473238

Email: hello@aberlour.org.uk

56.118305270667, -3.9308792462424

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