COPE Scotland seeks to help tackle inequality

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We recognise the mental distress and additional pressures people, families and communities challenged by inequality can face and we wanted to do something practical to help. We were honoured to have two motions passed in Scottish Parliament recognising what we; with others, are seeking to achieve( see word documents re motions). 



Examples of some of this work includes:

  • ​Help support dignity baskets
  • Understanding more about benefit sanctions
  • Wellness at Foodbanks
  • What can we do to help?
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