The Scottish Poppy Appeal is Poppyscotland’s largest fundraising campaign, which takes place annually in the lead up to Remembrance Sunday in November. Five million poppies are distributed across Scotland by our army of volunteers who ensure that the poppies and tins are displayed in shops, businesses and schools. As well as street collections there is a host of activity aimed at raising as much money as possible. Money raised during the Scottish Poppy Appeal is used to provide vital support to the Armed Forces community living in Scotland.
Click here to make a donation to the Scottish Poppy Appeal.
How to get involved
There are lots of ways to get involved in the Scottish Poppy Appeal.
Will you go the #ExtraMile for the 2016 Scottish Poppy Appeal?
Visit one of our Poppy-Up Shops open during the Appeal
How your donations help
Whether someone has suffered a battlefield injury, is haunted by events witnessed on the frontline or is simply struggling to adjust to life outside the Armed Forces, Poppyscotland is there.
Poppy Appeal volunteers
An army of volunteers ensure that poppies are available in every city, town and village across Scotland.
Poppy Appeal activities
The Scottish Poppy Appeal is our largest fundraising campaign, with a host of activities taking place during the Remembrance period.
History of the poppy
For over 90 years Poppyscotland has been providing life-changing support to the Armed Forces community.
Lady Haig's Poppy Factory
Poppies and wreaths are hand-made by disabled ex-Servicemen at Lady Haig's Poppy Factory in Edinburgh.
Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
A look back at our previous advertising campaigns to encourage donations to the Scottish Poppy Appeal.