What we're all about

We believe that everyone is entitled to join Scouts and we provide support so that it is possible for girls, boys and young adults with disabilities aged 8 to 25 to take part. We provide volunteer one to one support so that all young people gain confidence, develop independence, make new friends and gain skills for life.

Joining as a young person

We welcome young people aged 8 to 25 who have additional needs which require one to one support. We currently have a waiting list in all of our sections but if you would like to get in touch about joining the group please click below and send us your details!

Support our work

We are a charity run entirely by volunteers, so we are always on the lookout for new members of our team. Find out about the rewarding ways you can volunteer below. We also rely on donations to continue our work, so whatever contribution you can make we would appreciate it.

Our latest adventures

All the latest news from Glasgow Disabled Scouts

Redeveloped Glengoyne Lodge officially opened

On Saturday 8th July we were delighted to officially open the re-developed Glengoyne Lodge – our home for short breaks, providing adventure for young people and respite for families.

Join us on the Kiltwalk!

We are launching our appeal for supporters to join us on the Glasgow Kiltwalk on Sunday 30th April 2023 and help us raise funds so that we can continue to…

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International Day for People with Disabilities

A blog by our lead volunteer, Michael Shanks3rd December is International Day of People with Disabilities, a day to celebrate the achievements of disabled people but more importantly to recognise…

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