We are very pleased to announce our recent funding from The Big Lottery Fund. This means an awful lot to both the charity and those we help on a daily basis. Thank you and keep playing the lottery!!   Edinburgh based charity, Raised Voices, receives £3,000 to run a series of creative writing and performance […]

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We are delighted to announce that our production Home has been longlisted for the 2017 Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award. For more than 15 years, the Freedom of Expression Award has highlighted the very best of human rights themed produtions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, culminating in an award ceremony where the winning and […]

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Watch below our very own Blair Christie talk about when he was working in finance for years, then made the leap and quit his job. He is a care worker, studying to be a community learning officer whilst running this charity and working creatively with homeless and vulnerable people in Edinburgh.  

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Our Festival Fringe Show is Almost here! Full details below. It’s a play about hope that centres around a homeless man as he tries to get his first home. The show highlights some of the hoops he is made to jump through and the people he meets as he tries to make his dream a […]

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Thank you for visiting. Raised Voices was set up in 2013 with the aim of providing creative writing and performance workshops for the homeless of Edinburgh. We strongly believe that through providing a platform where people can create, collaborate and express themselves it will enable the users of the service not only to integrate more […]

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