I Am Me Scotland - Disability Hate Crime

Changing attitudes and behaviours so that disabled and vulnerable people can feel safe within their communities.

iamme@renfrewshire.gov.uk

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COVID-19

The team are working at home during this time.  We will be working on our new strategic plan, the evaluation of Keep Safe and we will continue to work on improving  Keep Safe and our #MakeaDifference programme.  Please email us at iamme@renfrewshire.gov.uk if you need anything, but most importantly, please Keep Safe!

Help us to #MakeaDifference

We rely on fundraising, small grants and goodwill to fund our services. Any donations will help us to continue to #MakeaDifference

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National Diversity Awards

We have been nominated for a National Diversity Award and would love your vote. 

About Us

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Our Team

Our History

Our History

The I Am Me Scotland team - Carol, Mhairi, Molly and Kieran are supported by a fantastic volunteer management committee and Board of Trustees

In Progress

Our History

Our History

Our History

The Charity began as a community project in 2012.  Carol Burt started the project in response to a TV Programme about Disability Hate Crime.

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Our Aim

Our History

Our Aim

The Charity aims to create a movement for change, through focusing on early intervention and prevention with a range of educational programmes.

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