A memorable 30th anniversary Your Champions Awards ceremony was held on the 17th November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Chester, with Colin Jackson CBE the special guest of the night and awards presented by Carl Wood, Trinity Mirror and Stephen Stewart representing ScottishPower Foundation.
A unique video project commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of Wales's most famous Great War poet, Ellis Humphrey Evans was on the 10th November beamed onto the front of the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth after receiving backing from the ScottishPower Foundation.
An awards fund of £30,000, which will be shared amongst seven UK charities, was announced at the ScottishPower Foundation Awards that took place in Glasgow last night (7 Nov).
On 11 October 2017 ScottishPower’s Glasgow Headquarters was the venue for a special event when the ScottishPower Foundation, in conjunction with the Royal Scottish Geographical Society (RSGS), hosted the presentation of the prestigious Shackleton Medal.
Ninety Wallasey school pupils have taken part in a programme aimed at helping students to make informed career choices and prepare them for life beyond education.
A drive to boost pupil participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics has received backing from the ScottishPower Foundation.
Scenic Route structure opens at new site in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
The Llangollen Eisteddfod is celebrating the ninth year of its Inclusion Project with the commission of a new performance piece and a prestigious Arts & Business Cymru Award nomination.
On Friday 23rd June, a glittering Wales Arts & Business Awards event was held at the iconic Millennium Centre in Cardiff and the ScottishPower Foundation was shortlisted in two categories.
The 2017 ScottishPower Foundation scholarship candidates have been announced for the Postgraduate Studies in Energy and Environment in the United Kingdom.
Scotland’s youth climate group, the 2050 Climate Group, has been named best project in the United Kingdom in the prestigious Energy Globe Awards.
Following the success of ‘Justice in a Day’ and ‘Connor’s Time’ which spotlighted vital issues in crime and justice for secondary school students, Theatr Clwyd, with the support of the ScottishPower Foundation, brings a new show about cyber bullying into thirteen junior schools in Flintshire and Gwynedd in June.
We are currently looking to appoint two additional independent trustees with a passion for, and commitment to, the Foundation’s mission. We are keen to hear from applicants with expertise and strategic experience in: change management; arts and culture; and the environment. A well-founded understanding of governance at board level and particularly in grant making is an asset. Applications must be received by 19th June 2017.
The ScottishPower Foundation and National Museums Scotland have launched a new photography competition for primary and secondary school students across Scotland. Budding photographers (aged 9 to 14) are being asked to submit a single photograph that brings to life their interpretation of the word ‘energy’ – this could be anything from a wind farm, steam from a boiling kettle, or even the gleaming shine of a lightbulb.
Twenty six UK-based charities will be awarded funding from the ScottishPower Foundation this year. The programme for 2017 was unveiled today (10 March 2017) at the National Theatre of Scotland in Glasgow - one of the projects set to benefit from the £1.8million largest funding pot to date.
The ScottishPower Foundation is calling on undergraduates keen to progress their careers in the energy and environment industry to apply for its Masters Scholarships programme as it announces 28 new grants will be awarded for the 2017/18 academic year.