If you are interested in hearing more about our work we can arrange for a member of our team to come to your school, group or workplace.  Our presentations can last from 15 to 30 minutes and will focus on our fundraising work and the different welfare services that we provide.

We can bring a projector; all we need is a blank wall or screen that we can project onto!

Please fill in the form below and we will get back to you as soon as we can.


  • Please tell us the name of the organisation requesting a talk.
  • Please provide a mobile number for contact on the day of the talk.
  • Please provide us with a preferred date and time for your talk. Please be aware that from 15th October to 15th November we are at our busiest and it is unlikely that we will be able to accommodate any requests for talks during this time.
  • Do you have a projector that we can use?
  • We would like to keep you informed of our work with the Armed Forces community, fundraising activities, and merchandising opportunities as well as ways you can get involved. By answering the questions below you will enable us to provide you with the best possible experience each time you contact us. Please tell us how you are happy to hear from us by ticking the relevant boxes below:
  • Poppyscotland and your personal data

    As you will be aware there has been a lot of media coverage recently regarding the charity sector, the information charities hold about you and what happens to your details. We would like to reassure you that Poppyscotland does not and never has sold on data to third parties this includes other charities. If you were feeling apprehensive, we hope we have put your mind at ease.






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