January 2020

"Since I admitted to myself and others, I had a problem with my own mental health, my recovery has been a slow and at times difficult daily practice. Instead of making that journey alone, I found others who are walking in the same direction. Brian's well-documented example has been a positive influence on me and he has become an encouraging friend. As you know, I loved Scott and admired him and his songwriting deeply and I treasure memories of our musical adventures bringing us together.

Staff at Scottish Borders Housing Association held a Mental Health Awareness Day recently, to highlight issues around mental well-being and support that is available. The Association’s Healthy Living Group, which promotes healthier lifestyles within SBHA, organised the day, during which staff were offered 1-1 sessions and listened to a presentation by SBHA’s Mental Health Advocate, Susan Falconer. There was also a bake sale, which raised £230 for Tiny Changes -  the Healthy Living Group was delighted to welcome Ron Hutchison as a special guest on the

The Centre, Livingston, one of Scotland’s largest shopping centres which attracts over 16m shoppers a year, has announced its new charity partner as Tiny Changes, a mental health charity started in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison. The charity was founded by Scott’s two brothers, Neil and Grant and mum Marion, to raise awareness about children and young people’s mental health, following the passing of Scott in 2018. The charity’s aim is to promote initiatives that provide help for children and young people impacted by

We are incredibly proud to be named by The Big Issue as one of their Top 100 Changemakers, recognising organisations and people that are doing what they can to make things better in Britain and beyond. The full list is available in this week's magazine, available from your local vendor or their online store: https://www.bigissue.com/latest/top-100-changemakers-celebrating-the-thinkers-creators-and-agitators/

Marion and Grant spoke with Tracey from The Sunday Post about the origins of Tiny Changes, what 2020 brings for the charity and why they're aiming to help children and young people in particular. Read the full article here: https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/family-of-scott-hutchison-reveal-campaign-to-help-young-peoples-mental-health-after-singers-shattering-death

There is light, but there’s a tunnel to crawl through. It’s a remarkable experience when someone describes exactly how you feel. It’s an overwhelming experience when someone tells you that it’s okay to feel how you feel. That’s what Scott’s music means to me, and when I heard that his family were setting up the charity Tiny Changes I knew that I had found my motivation to put myself through another outdoor obstacle course race (this time, a half marathon “beast”). Lewis and I had ran a

Sunday 26 January, 8pm – 10.30pm (Doors 7pm)Usher Hall, Lothian RoadTickets priced £40.00 (Inc. booking fee) – All proceeds raised going to the Tiny Changes charity A very special night of live music and entertainment in celebration of Scott Hutchison and Frightened Rabbit, curated by Grant Hutchison and family, featuring a host of artists and performers, whose lives were touched by both Scott’s music and friendship. Burns&Beyond is proud to embrace Tiny Changes as our official festival charity with all monies raised at ‘A Waltz Across