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  • Celebrating Laudato Si

    Monday 18th May marks the 3rd anniversary of Pope’s Francis encyclical letter Laudato Si’ “On care for our common home”.

  • £60,000 pledged to South Sudan

    We've committed £60,000 to give thousands of people in South Sudan food, shelter and emergency supplies.

  • Deacon Blue find dignity in running for the world's poorest

    Scottish singer song writer Ricky Ross and fellow Deacon Blue member Lorraine McIntosh will be running the SCIAF 6k Family Fun Run on 2nd June – and are urging other Scots to join them.

  • Priest says give running a go at our 6K Family Fun Run

    Running priest Fr John McGrath of St Aloysius, Springburn is urging Scottish Catholics to join him for the SCIAF 6K fun run at Strathclyde Park on June 2nd.

  • Mark Reynolds backs our 6k

    Superfit Aberdeen football star Mark Reynolds wants all our supporters to get on their marks and join in our fantastic 6k Family Fun Run on Saturday, 2nd at Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell to help kick-start a new healthy lifestyle.

  • Twins last cry for donations as WEE BOX deadline looms

    Our youngest supporters Grace and Eilidh Wright are crying out to Scots to get their WEE BOX appeal donations to us before 8th May.

  • SCIAF on Scottish isles to highlight looming WEE BOX deadline

    A SCIAF team visited the Outer Hebrides to meet local fishing communities, share story of this year’s WEE BOX appeal, and urge supporters to get their donations in by the 8th May to make sure they’re doubled by the UK government.

  • Bishops' last call to double WEE BOX donations

    SCIAF supporters are being urged to get their WEE BOX Lent appeal donations to SCIAF before 8th May to make sure they don’t miss out on the chance to double their money.

  • Nepal earthquake three years on

    Thank you for you for supporting our sisters and brothers in Nepal in their time of need.

  • Faith Leaders seek Climate Action

    Faith leaders from across Scotland’s religious traditions have joined forces to urge the Scottish Parliament to strengthen its Climate Change Act to help stem the tide of a growing climate crisis wreaking havoc on the world’s poorest countries.

  • Bishops fire starting pistol on 6k family fun run

    SCIAF's supporters urged to take part in a great summer event.

  • St Andrews students have a ball for SCIAF

    Students from Scotland’s oldest university are holding a ball to raise money to help some of the poorest people in the world not just to survive, but thrive.