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Bayile Adeoti, Dechomai Ltd BME Social Enterprise Tamsin Ferrier, Seamab Care and education charitySeamab is a charity that provides car and education to some of the most vulnerable children from across Scotland. We aspire to give children back their childhood, making sure they grow, heal and learn, that they go on against all odds to have the futures they deserve. Robyn Friel, Epilepsy Scotland Scotland's epilepsy charity Julie Hall, WEvolution Business SupportWEvolution helps mainly women come together, save together, share and learn skills and develop businesses. Pam Hunter, SAY Women Sexual abuse, homelessnessI am running a great charity which supports young women aged 16 to 25 who are homeless due to sexual abuse. Laura Murphy, Sense 5 Events with a social impact Moyra Reid, St Andrew's First Aid First Aid CharitySt Andrew’s First Aid is a registered UK charity, run by a dedicated team of 50 staff members across the charity and social enterprise. Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus ScotlandDeborah Roe, Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland Charity Elaine Sergeant, Glasgow Care Foundation CharityFor over 140 years Glasgow Care Foundation have been assisting families and individuals in Glasgow who cannot get help from any other agency with basic household goods. We also support local community projects, holidays for families and distribute toys and food vouchers at Christmas. Advice Direct ScotlandPamela Stewart, Advice Direct Scotland Omni Channel Contact CentreAdvice Direct Scotland is a registered charity providing advice and information by way of omni channel contact centres based in Glasgow's Merchant City and Stornoway in the Isle of Lewis. Our current funders include Scottish Government, UK Government and Glasgow City Council.