Made from 100% paper, the new plastic-free poppy.
The new plastic-free poppy

Poppyscotland provide support for current and former members of the Armed Forces as well as their families. This support, in recognition of their sacrifices and service, is holistic and bespoke.

We have helped countless men, women and families with issues linked to their time in the Armed Forces or with struggles adjusting from military to civilian life. We even help with needs that have arisen long after someone has left the Armed Forces. Whenever, wherever support is needed, we are here.


Where the money goes

The donations we receive during the Poppy Appeal are used to provide life-changing support to members of our Armed Forces community.

From advice to employment support, we are here to provide a helping hand to those who have served, still serving and their families.

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We need you!

We don't just need help during the Scottish Poppy Appeal, we need volunteers all year round.

Whether it's spending an hour or two volunteering at a fundraising event or taking on the role of an Area Organiser, we have volunteering opportunities to suit everyone.

Volunteer today

Buy a wreath

Lady Haig's Poppy Factory wreaths are produced from individual poppies that are made by hand. Order online from a wide selection including simple wreaths, badged wreaths and special edition anniversary wreaths.
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FREE learning resources

Whether you are a teacher, youth group leader or parent, we have a wealth of resources to help children learn more about remembrance, the poppy and it's legacy.


Resources are FREE to download and suitable for all CfE levels.

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Our team is a phone call away

If you need Welfare support, call us on 0131 550 1557. 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week, or to email, Click Here.

If your query is in relation to the Scottish Poppy Appeal, please call 0131 557 2782

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Supporting our veterans

“I couldn’t afford the deposit for the rents for new places. I lost all my possessions and my pictures. I couldn’t go to my family; they were scared to talk to me. It was the lowest time of my life. I thought to myself: ‘You’ve served your country, you come home and no-one seems to give a damn about you." - Donald

Read Donald's story

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