Annual Review 2019-2020

Read our full Annual Review 2019-2020

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Chairman's welcome

Jason Coward became Chairman of Poppyscotland in July 2020.

Read Jason's introduction to our Annual Review giving us an overview of our 2019/2020 performance.

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EHFS Group Financial Performance

Together the group generated income of £7,146k (2019 £8,888) which comprises unrestricted income amounting to £5,201k (2019 £6,263k) and restricted income of £1,945k (2019 £2,625k).

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Welfare services and support

Many in the Armed Forces community were acutely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. We adapted our services to ensure that those in need of support were able to receive it throughout the lockdown.


The closure of our public-facing outlets initially impacted on demand for our services, but as we adjusted to the new normal this steadily returned to historic levels.

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Fundraising and Learning

Our extensive programme of fundraising came to a grinding halt in late March 2020 with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Find out how we continued to drive donations through innovative digital measures.


Lady Haig's Poppy Factory

Forced to adopt homeworking during the lockdown, they worked tirelessly to safeguard the 2020 Scottish Poppy Appeal by producing more than one million poppies during this time.
Find out how the factory adapted in 2020

Looking forward

Mark Collins, our Interim Chief Executive, looks ahead to the remainder of 2020 and into 2021.
Our future plans

Annual Report and Accounts 2019-2020

You can read our full statutory accounts here.
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