Scotland’s Redress Scheme: contributor list

Organisations participating in the redress scheme by making a fair and meaningful financial contribution. Scotland’s Redress Scheme is for survivors of historical abuse in care.

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Poor Servants of the Mother of God

The Trustees of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God, a charity established by trust deed dated 5 April 1959 (registered in England and Wales with charity number 227931) of:
Maryfield Convent
Mount Angelus Road
SW15 4JA

Date added to contributor list

8 December 2021

Date removed from contributor list (if relevant): N/A
Removal with retrospective effect (yes/no): N/A

Commitment made

Pay agreed proportion of all determined cases where relevant as a place where abuse took place

Acknowledgment letter

he Trustees of the Congregation of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God acknowledge with sadness the wrongfulness of any and every form of abuse and harm suffered by children in care in many institutions in Scotland in former years.

In solidarity with other religious orders, the Congregation wishes to be part of Scotland Redress Scheme.

The Trustees appreciate the compassion, graciousness and effort that the Scotland Redress Scheme on behalf of the Scottish Government portrays in setting up this Scheme for the benefit of Survivors.

They hope and pray that such unfortunate situations will never arise again.

Sr.  Rosarii O'Connor
Congregational Leader and Chair of Trustees
December 2021


Email enquiries about the statutory scheme:
If you are unsure of the organisation with responsibility for a particular care setting we will do our best to advise. Telephone: 0808 196 1502

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