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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The Sisters of Nazareth

The members of the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth, a voluntary association of religious women known as the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth, represented by The Trustees for the Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth Generalate, a charity established by trust deed dated 1 October 2010 (registered in England and Wales with charity number 1138876) of:
St Michaels
Nazareth House
169-175 Hammersmith Road
W6 8DB

Date added to contributor list

1 February 2022

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 of abuse up to the maximum agreed figure of £5,750,000.

Acknowledgment letter

The Congregation of the Sisters of Nazareth apologises wholeheartedly and unreservedly to each child who suffered any form of abuse whilst in our care in Scotland. We are deeply saddened by the pain and distress that you suffered and may be continuing to suffer. We hope this renewed public apology and participation in the redress scheme will assist with the process of healing and reconciliation.

Sister Brenda McCall
Superior General
January 2022


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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