Edinburgh Pride Parade

Join Scottish Adoption as we support the LGBTQ+ community and march at this years Pride Edinburgh Event!

The last time we marched with our families at a Pride event was back in 2019, before the pandemic. We are so excited to be back marching and supporting our LGBTQ+ Families and the wider LGBTQ+ Community at this special 25th Anniversary Pride March in Edinburgh.

Join us as we take to the streets of Edinburgh on Saturday 25th of June starting at 12pm. The route is still to be planned so email david@scottishadoption.org to register your interest to march and we will keep you updated.

2022 marks thirteen years since LGBTQ+ couples have been able to adopt together and it would be great to have many of our families able to join us at these marches celebrating all the LGBTQ+ families Scottish Adoption have helped to create in these last thirteen years and the many more we hope to support in the future! You do not need to be part of the LGBTQ+ community to come march with us, everyone is welcome so bring your family, friends and dogs for a great afternoon out!

The march will be a mix of young and old LGBTQ+ people and will include Politicians from across Scotland mixed with a range of colourful floats and community groups, organisations and businesses alongside members of the public and will highlight the need for fairness and equality across Scotland, the UK and the rest of the world.

If you would like to march with Scottish Adoption families, workers and supporters please do email david@scottishadoption.org to register your interest. Hand made banners will be a bonus!

Glasgow Pride

Scottish Adoption attended Glasgow Pride and took part in their first ever Pride March!

Scottish Adoption were chosen as the Charity Partner for Glasgow Pride 2017 and with the theme for Pride being #ProudFamilies, was something that we were proud to be part of. Taking part in our first ever Pride Event meant we were able to take part in our first ever Pride March which meant we could reach a much wider audience as we marched our way through the streets of Glasgow.

The two day event started on the Saturday with the Pride March through the centre of Glasgow. The Scottish Adoption team, made up of adopted families and their children, staff and supporters, were part of a 7000 strong crowd who marched through the city. One gay dad who marched with Scottish Adoption commented about how humbled he felt with all the support Scottish Adoption were getting from the people who had lined the street. He added that he was welling up at moments during the parade because the support for being a gay adopter from the crowds was overwhelming.

After the march Scottish Adoption had set up camp in the Expo area where lots of other organisations and charities had set up stalls. Everyone who came along to the Scottish Adoption stall heard all about the adoption process as well as hearing about the work the After Adoption team do, the support they give to adopters, children as well as other family members affected by adoption.

Messages of suport come in from Ruth Davidson and Patrick Harvie wishing Scottish Adoption all the best on our first Pride March.



Day two and Leasa and Dave were back for another day of sharing the world of Adoption with the LGBTQI Community. They were joined by a very special guest, the latest addition to the Scottish Adoption family, Reiver. Reiver attracted more people to the stall so it was another busy day sharing information, getting cuddles, belly rubs and licks.

Scottish Adoption were extremely proud to have been asked to take part in this year’s Glasgow Pride. Having worked with the LGBTQI Community for many years, Scottish Adoption have become the number one agency in Scotland for placing children with LGBTQI families and it is a relationship that will continue to grow and that Scottish Adoption will continue to support. #BraveEveryday #PrideFamilies #ProudFamilies #LGBTAdoption