FAQs about Scope
What does Scope stand for?
Scope started life as the Spastics Society in 1952 and the name was changed in 1994. The letters in Scope don’t stand for anything; the name was chosen from over 400 possible names put forward. Read more about this in the Spastics Society to Scope pdf booklet.
How do I volunteer for Scope?
Check out our volunteer vacancies. Contact your local Scope shop or service for more details of how to get involved - type your postcode or county into the Scope nearest you box.
How can I find out about working for Scope?
Our current job vacancies are posted at www.scope.org.uk/jobs
We particularly welcome applications from disabled people, who make up over 25% of our workforce. We guarantee interviews to suitably qualified disabled applicants. Your personal direct experience and/or knowledge of disability will be seen as an advantage.
How can I use the Scope logo?
Please don’t copy the logo from the Scope website – it won’t be clear enough and may give the wrong impression about us and what we do. If you need our logo, whether it’s in Welsh or a different file format, contact our brand team.
Can I link my website to the Scope website?
Please link to us using the following text:
Disability charity Scope works with disabled people, of all ages, and their families, across England and Wales. Contact Scope Response or call free on 0808 800 3333.