‘Champions for Change’ Funding Boost

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14 October 2016 Nil by Mouth is celebrating again after receiving a £2,000 donation from the WA Cargill Trust to support our ‘Champions for Change’ school awards scheme. The Trust’s support will deliver a series of events across 2017 bringing … Continued

Charity Thanks Big Hearted Cabbie

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September 7 2016 A big hearted Cumbernauld cabbie has donned his running shoes to help raise hundreds of pounds for Nil by Mouth. Paul Audain drives his black taxi around the streets of Cumbernauld but after he parks it he … Continued

Champions for Change Award

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Starting in August 2016, Nil By Mouth’s school programme will focus more specifically on building, and sustaining, positive relationships between two (or more) partner schools. NBM’s new Champions for Change Award has been created to recognise and celebrate the efforts … Continued

Big Cycle in Little Glasgow

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12th August 2016 A group of Nil By Mouth volunteers have cycled across Glasgow and Lanarkshire to raise money for schools who work together to battle bigotry. The group raised over £1000 for the charity’s ‘Champions for Change Appeal‘ with … Continued

Gretna Aim for Success on and off the Park

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August 5 2016 A Lowland League Football team and Dumfries and Galloway Council have teamed up to promote equality and mental health to fans of the ‘Beautiful Game.’ Annandale East and Eskdale Cllr Archie Dryburgh will use his councillors grant for … Continued

Police Education Programme Honoured

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22 July 2016 The efforts of Lanarkshire Police Officers to tackle sectarianism have been honoured by one of the country’s leading anti-bigotry charities. Officers from Police Scotland Lanarkshire Division have been presented with a ‘Champions for Change’ award at the … Continued

Pupils Celebrate Charity Funding Boost

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17 June 2016 Pupils from across Lanarkshire have teamed up with the police and anti-sectarian campaigners to help ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ once and for all. Female footballers from eight Lanarkshire schools will compete  in the first ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ Cup at … Continued

Uddingston Schools Come Together to Celebrate Difference

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7 June 2016 Two South Lanarkshire schools have teamed up with Scotland’s anti-sectarianism charity to help its efforts to build bridges between communities. Pupils at Muiredge and St John the Baptist Primary Schools in Uddingston took part in a special day of sporting activities … Continued

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