Are you looking for a volunteering role with SLA or know someone for whom this role might just be right?
Find out more about our Appeal for girls which has just been launched and how you can get involved.
Read all about our New Projects Presentation Evening
Tickets on sale now for the Bridge and Cream Tea Afternoon
Scottish Love in Action are delighted to have published our 2015-16 Annual Report.
Ladies' Cinema Night fundraiser on Thursday the 23rd March 2017
2017 Book Café in aid of SLA
This year we sold out all 3 Lightastic Fireworks Extravaganzas and welcomed 7500 guests to our Events.
One-man art sale in aid of SLA.
So what in the name of Guy Fawkes is a human firework? Who is up for the Challenge?
SLA Job Vacancy for a Trainee Development Coordinator
This year Brian Barron, Robin Fallas and Malcolm Jack retired as Trustees.
We recently received the sad news that, Dilip , a past pupil of Tuni has died.
SLA Team celebrate International Women's Day with children in Tuni.
Director of the Light of Love Home and School awarded 'The Jewel of India Award'.
Our Let’s Work Together! A Teachers’ Information Evening was held in April 2016 to introduce SLA and it's already successful Schools Programme to more schools.
It is with great sadness we announce the death of Amy Moar (1991-2016).
Dr. Sowmya receives award for her services to the poor and needy.
Another sell-out for our annual Ladies' Cinema Night at the Dominion.
Book Café 2016 raised over £2,100.
The official opening ceremony of new Medical Centre took place in September 2015.
SLA delighted to be presented with cheque after being selected as one of the charities to benefit from the Captain's Charity Day 2015 at Gullane Golf Club.
A big thank you to all who attended our Spooktacular Fireworks Extravaganza on Sunday the 1st of November 2015.
Acclaimed and much loved composer and renowned choir director John Rutter will lead a workshop day to help SLA.
After watching 'Lighting Candles for India' four girls from Dunbar decided to take action and make a difference.
The Greenbank Buskers Band are available to hire and all proceeds go to charity.
The results of this year’s 10th Class exams have been announced.
Your leftover travel money might not have great value to you, but it can make a big difference to SLA.
In June 850 Primary and Nursery children did the Rice Relay Sponsored Challenge for SLA.
It is with great sadness that we learnt of the death of our Indian Partner’s founder Dr Christopher Premdas.
Everything is New is an international outreach project in aid of SLA.
To have a working knowledge of English is essential in modern India. The Synthetic Phonics Programme the school have implemented is an important step in this process.
Help us SHARE our new film as far as possible by joining in our film campaign launch #beacandleforSLA
SLA are delighted to announce that we have launched our short docufilm about our work in India.
Irvine Welsh, author of 'Trainspotting', talks about why he supports Scottish Love in Action (SLA)
Professor Sugata Mitra, winner of the 2013 TED Prize, supports Scottish Love in Action (SLA)
In September 2013 we launched our first ever Appeal. We reached our target in April 2014 following an incredible response.
Sheila Cannell shares memories from her Volunteer Expedition to India and Tuni with SLA.
SLA's Annual Report 2013-2014 has recently been published.
Morag Osborne shares memories from her Volunteer Expedition to India and Tuni with SLA.
Hazel Macauley shares memories from her Volunteer Expedition to India and Tuni with SLA.
The Guardian newspaper reports that Increasing numbers of Indians, rich and poor, are paying for schooling.
We are thrilled to report that 49 out of 50 children at the Tuni Home passed their 10th Class exams in 2014, a 98% pass rate.
A legacy left to SLA by Tom Fleming, SLA's Patron from 2000-2010, will help to build a new medical centre in Tuni.