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Nicole Dolan, The Prince and princess of wales hospice Registered Scottish Charity Lesley Evans, Dress for Success Scotland Ltd CharityEstablished in 2010, Dress for Success Scotland fills the initial need women have of finding work appropriate clothing for interview and starting work by providing a 1:1 suiting and volunteer personal dresser service to unemployed women, by integrating our service into existing employability initiatives. 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. Ronald McDonald House GlasgowKirsten Graham, Ronald McDonald House Glasgow Charity for families Julie Hall, WEvolution Business SupportWEvolution helps mainly women come together, save together, share and learn skills and develop businesses. Pam Hunter, Scottish Sports Futures Charity/sport/young peopleMoved back to Scotland after 20 years away (too long!) Cancer Support ScotlandKatie Mullen, Cancer Support Scotland supporting people with cancerCancer Support Scotland is a charity that was founded by renowned cancer specialist Professor Sir Kenneth Calman to bridge the gap between medical care and support for cancer patients. Kitted OutDeborah Russell, Kitted Out Community initiative, 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. Julia Watson, Women's Aid East and Midlothian Voluntary Sectory
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