The Scottish Poppy Appeal is Scotland’s largest fundraising campaign and takes place annually in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday in November.
In addition to the Scottish Poppy Appeal we run an impressively exciting and diverse year-round programme of fundraising activities.
Our 2020 Scottish Poppy Appeal reception is available to view here.
The team at Lady Haig’s Poppy Factory in Edinburgh - around 40 disabled veterans - hand-assemble over four million poppies and 14,000 wreaths for the Scottish Poppy Appeal annually.
Each year our Light Up Red campaign raises awareness of the Scottish Poppy Appeal. Find out which buildings and structures took part in our 2020 campaign.
The Scottish Poppy Appeal covers every city, every town and every village in Scotland. Each year more than 4 million poppies and 60,000 collecting tins are distributed.
Lt Col. John McCrae's poem was the inspiration behind the Poppy as a way to remember those who died in conflict. His memory lives on today, all over the world.
Injured veterans are struggling to access the benefits they need. Together with the Royal British Legion, we're campaigning to get this fixed.
A free service provided by Legion Scotland to help Service personnel in Scotland at war pensions tribunals.
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Sign up for our 1921 Poppy Pledge. Celebrate 100 yrs of the Poppy and help us raise vital funds to support our Armed Forces community.
An international search has been launched to uncover the identity of a fallen hero from the 51st Highland Division. Read this incredible story and get in touch if you can help our search to identify 'Len Scott Keller'.
We're calling on pipers to play the Heroes of St Valery at 10am on Saturday 12th June 2021 from their doorsteps or local war memorial to commemorate the men of the 51st Highland Division who fought and fell at St Valery. Find out more.
Run, walk or jog any distance, whenever and wherever it suits you and raise vital funds to support our Armed Forces community.
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of Poppyscotland. But we need more volunteers. We need you.
How the poppy became as a symbol of Remembrance and hope for a peaceful future, as well as how it became an important fundraising tool.