Princes, plotting and power struggles in medieval Wales have been brought vividly to life for schoolchildren in mid Wales thanks to a National Library of Wales Outreach Education Project marking this year’s Montgomeryshire and the Marches National Eisteddfod.
This week, 40 young people from across Scotland will receive new qualifications and awards from taking part in a personal development programme that has helped them turn their lives around.
Today, children from Currie Community High School in Edinburgh spent a day in the life of scientists and engineers, at the National Museum of Scotland, as part of the Get Energised programme.
Buckingham Palace this week announced that Northern Lights, based on the Wirral, was to become the recipient of the Queens Award for Voluntary Services (QAVS) for 2015.
As one of the top six Pipe Band’s in the World, the ScottishPower Pipe Band is celebrating 26 years of global success by releasing a new album which features a selection from the band’s current repertoire.
School children from Glasgow have taken part in a week-long adventure at Outward Bound’s Loch Eil Centre near Fort William, thanks to a project funded by the ScottishPower Foundation.
ScottishPower Foundation has today announced a new partnership with Scottish charity, Music in Hospitals Scotland, which offers high quality live musical performances to people living in care.
Llŷn based charity, O Ddrws i Ddrws, has today announced the expansion of its local community transport programme, thanks to funding from the ScottishPower Foundation.
RSPB Scotland marked an important stage in its visionary forest expansion project at Abernethy with the opening of a native tree nursery on the reserve.
Workshops to help job seekers, who are blind or partially sighted, to develop skills needed to gain or retain employment have been launched by sight loss charities RNIB and Action for Blind People, thanks to the ScottishPower Foundation.
Primary schools across Scotland are being offered the opportunity to create their dream library, thanks to Library Energiser. The initiative, created by the ScottishPower Foundation as part of its sponsorship of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Keep Scotland Beautiful is launching a call for community groups and projects from all over Scotland to take part in the ground-breaking 'It’s Your Neighbourhood (IYN)' initiative.
ScottishPower Foundation, Clwyd Theatr Cymru and Police Community Trust deliver session to over 1,000 young people to deter them from crime.
The ScottishPower Foundation, in partnership with its Spanish equivalent Fundacion IBERDROLA, has today announced 17 new post-graduate scholarship grants in the UK for the 2015/16 academic year.
Earlier this month the Children’s University Scotland, funded by the ScottishPower Foundation, held it first east of Scotland graduation ceremony at Queen Margaret University, to honour the success of 60 school pupils from across East Lothian.
Kirkcudbright pupil Josie Oliver, was today presented with an early Christmas present by ScottishPower’s Group Sponsorship Manager, Heather McDonald thanks to her creation of superhero Vanquish.
500 young Glaswegians celebrate receiving their Duke of Edinburgh's Awards at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Monday 10 November 2014.
ScottishPower Foundation funded initiative gives pupils hands-on workshops in science and engineering.
The ScottishPower Foundation, sponsor of the Wigtown Book Festival, is energising creative 15- to 25-year-olds in Dumfries & Galloway, in a challenge to develop a new comic book superhero.
Four projects across the UK have been recognised at the inaugural ScottishPower Foundation Awards which took place earlier this month at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
ScottishPower Foundation will celebrate its partnership with Edinburgh International Book Festival this week by launching Library Energiser, a brand new initiative giving primary schools in Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Lothians the opportunity to improve their reading provisions with a £2,000 investment and their very own book festival.
From Barrowfield Boy to BAFTA BRIT winner, Paul Brannigan helped 20 young people to follow in his footsteps and create their own path to success through a unique training opportunity using the power of drama and sport.
Five young people from Hyndland Secondary School in Glasgow visited the Palace of Holyrood House to collect their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards having been supported every step of the way by the ScottishPower Foundation.
A major new multi-media exhibition, celebrating the birth of iconic Welsh literary figure Dylan Thomas, was officially opened at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth on Saturday 28 June by the author’s granddaughter.
Young people from Glasgow took part in a week-long adventure at Outward Bound’s Loch Eil Centre near Fort William recently, thanks to a project funded by the ScottishPower Foundation.
ScottishPower Foundation and The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) have announced a continued partnership to enable more young people (aged 14–24) in Liverpool, Knowsley and the Wirral to start their DofE journey and benefit from the unique employability, social and personal development opportunities it brings.
The ScottishPower Foundation, in partnership with its Spanish equivalent Fundacion IBERDROLA, has today announced 17 new post-graduate scholarship grants for the 2014/15 academic year.
The ScottishPower Foundation Trustees met on 1st October, 2013 to review the 141 applications received for consideration for next year.
The ScottishPower Foundation is searching for the school with the most creative minds in Scotland in a competition to celebrate its sponsorship of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.
The ScottishPower Foundation has today announced a new partnership with National Museums Scotland bringing a programme of exciting science and engineering activity to secondary school pupils across Scotland.
A new charitable foundation from ScottishPower, established to reinforce the energy company’s commitment to charitable work throughout Britain, was launched in Glasgow today (Tuesday 18 June).