Supporting Homeless Scots in London

Scottish Government will continue Borderline funding

Borderline, the charity supporting homeless Scots in London, will continue to receive Scottish Government funding in 2015-16, Housing Minster Margaret Burgess has announced.

Borderline is one of a range of organisations supported by the Scottish Government which help homeless and vulnerable people find homes and live independently. Borderline has been allocated £56,437 under the Housing Voluntary Grant Scheme.

Shona Fleming, Borderline CEO, said: “We are delighted that the Scottish Government has decided to continue to fund the vital work we do with some of the most vulnerable homeless Scots in London”