Quarriers is a Scottish charity offering families resilience to deal with the challenges life brings.
Transforming lives for over 140 years, the charity has been providing social care in Scotland, supporting young homeless people, giving people affected by epilepsy a new life, helping adults with disabilities to grab more opportunities in life, and importantly, a voice.
Offering a flexible support to families in Scotland and across the UK, Quarriers runs 100 different services helping thousands of people in urgent need.
Their staff members are experts in providing care in a wide range of areas specialised in providing children, families and young adults the opportunity to succeed and the support to overcome their problems.
The charity welcomes anyone who need help dealing with epilepsy or adult disability.
Quarriers is giving practical care and support for thousands of vulnerable children, adults and families who are facing very difficult and challenging circumstances.
Getting involved at Quarriers can go from support assistants and project workers to specialist family placement coordinators and decision-making service directors. Everyone plays their part in providing care and their Volunteers are just as important as they give their time to a huge number of services.
Quarriers works towards transforming the life of those suffering from epilepsy and other disabilities.
Fundraising, The Exchange
Bridge of Weir
Phone: 01505 612224
Fax: 01505 616014