Big Hearts aims to improve outcomes of people at risk of social isolation in Edinburgh and surrounding areas.
Our programmes are designed to provide free meaningful support to adults and young people most vulnerable.
We work in partnership with well-established organisations including the SPFL Trust, Multi-Cultural Family Base, the Scottish Association for Mental Health and Space at Broomhouse Hub.
With dedicated helplines and a range of remote support available, Big Hearts continues to help groups most vulnerable during the pandemic.
Kinship Care Programme
Our flagship Kinship Care programme provides valuable advice & peer support to children and their carers living in this ‘hidden’ form of care.
That's Me! Project
Through one to one advice and group activities, this project promotes young people’s positive mental health and wellbeing.
Working closely with local schools, this initiative offers free meals and activities to disadvantaged young people in South West Edinburgh.
Talk O' The Toun
This community wellbeing initiative, led by Hearts’ podcast hosts, aims to offer supporters a 90-min online chat with like-minded people.
Big Hearts Supporters
This ground breaking initiative in Scottish football enables Hearts fans to get involved in their community and make a difference.
The Changing Room
Led by SAMH, this group harnesses the power of the beautiful game to engage with men and promote positive mental health.