Moxie!

Over the summer our founder, Moxie DePaulitte has moved on from MOOL. We’ll really miss her and we owe her immeasurable thanks for the spirit and love which has made us what we are today. The following is a short tribute to the values and ethos which she has built into our organisation.

Current Arrangements

This is a particularly difficult time for many people on the refugee road. We’re doing our best to respond to the most urgent needs. For the time being we’re only taking the following items as donations. This may change as we get the opportunity to send more but for the time being…. For Greece:NappiesToothpasteRoll...

Letter to the Council

The situation for situation for people living in the Greek island camps is now worse than ever. Basic human rights are being denied, including access to shelter, education and drinking water. People are trapped in the Aegean Islands as a result of an inhumane European migration policy.  Please could you write a letter to...

MOOL in the time of COVID

Hello, friends! Hope you are keeping safe and well. We are sure you will understand that, until further notice, MOOL has closed the Depot until further notice due to health concerns surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Although the work we do is vital, it’s important that we protect our volunteers and friends who come to...

Could you be a MOOL Trustee?

Pssst… Could you be a MOOL trustee? We’d love to have some help steering the Good Ship MOOL into its next adventures. We’ve achieved so much over the past five years but would really love to take things to the next level! Full details here.

Song, St Andrew, Syria and Saltires

We had a wonderful evening on the 30th November, full of songs, stories and great food. Over 150 people came, a good mix of incomers and locals, all coming together to celebrate kindness and community. We’re really grateful to Bemis and the St Andrews Fair Saturday for enabling us to put the event on....

Mool volunteers in Calais

On 29th September five of our fantastic volunteers went over the France to work with Refugee Community Kitchen (RCK) and Care4Calais. You can read about their experiences from the following links. They had an extraordinary, challenging, but deeply rewarding time. https://www.mool.scot/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Volunteering-Care4Calais1.pdf https://www.mool.scot/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Volunteering-Care4Calais-2.pdf https://www.mool.scot/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Volunteering-Refugee-Community-Kitchen.pdf https://www.mool.scot/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Volunteering-Care4Calais-3.pdf

Mool Trip to Calais 2019

This heartbreaking note was given to Liz when she visited St Amer. This is a home for just under 30 unaccompanied boys and girls. The home itself impressed Liz with it’s warm and caring atmosphere and she really felt that the children are looked after well while their paperwork is completed but this note...