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.
Every Lent Catholic schools go above and beyond for SCIAF so we're highlighting their amazing efforts with a special tribute to some tremendously terrific fundraising schools.
At their Spring meeting on Thursday SCIAF’s board prayed for the repose of the soul of Cardinal Keith Patrick O’Brien, with gratitude for his energetic support for SCIAF.
Sour Peakei is one of the many people in Cambodia who is being helped thanks to your generous donations. He explains the difference SCIAF's support has made to his life.
We talk to Scottish fisherman about the problems faced by their Cambodian counterparts and this year's WEE BOX appeal.
In celebration of International Women's day we're sharing the story of Pheor Kamphat, an inspirational woman from Cambodia.
We're delighted at the news that one of our patrons, the Blessed Oscar Romero, is to be canonised.
When Toum’s husband left her, it was up to her to provide for their four children alone.
Archbishops Philip Tartaglia and Leo Cushley, together with our Bishop President Joseph Toal, have called on Scots to back the WEE BOX.
By SCIAF's Director Alistair Dutton.
Pupils struck the right cord with shoppers as they played samba and traditional Scottish music, and sung their hearts out at the St Enoch Centre in Glasgow to help some of the world’s poorest people.
We are delighted to announce that pound you donate to our WEE BOX Lent Appeal will be doubled by the UK government Aid Match scheme.