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Outlander Fan Documentary Benefitting Charities


Our Charities

Loving others is what the Outlander fandom is all about.

Outlander Fan Documentary Charity - Supernova Legacy

In 2020, Supernova Legacy Scholarship set out to make a difference in the lives of young aspiring drama students by providing them with all the resources they need in order to achieve their dreams of becoming a star on the stage, or on the screen; just like RCS alum, Sam Heughan. Since then, we have gained recognition from international media outlets for all of our efforts — and we couldn’t be happier to share them with you. 


After just 2 campaigns, we have raised over $50,000 and helped 10 drama students and 6 Ukrainian music students displaced due to war. Read about all of our latest updates, and learn more about the newest campaign efforts.

Outlander Fan Documentary Charity -  Blue Sky Autism


Blue Sky is an innovative and unique service providing individualised programmes of therapy to young children aged from six months old who are experiencing developmental delays, including autism. They focus on using evidence based Naturalistic Developmental Behavioural Intervention (NDBI) approaches to support child development, including our own Play2Talk model alongside the well researched Pivotal Response Therapy (PRT), the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) and DIR Floortime.

Children do not need a diagnosis to access their programmes and they can provide a range of support, from online parent coaching to low and high intensity home, centre and nursery/ school based therapy programmes.
Their play-based, well established approach has a positive impact on all aspects of a child's development. It is particularly effective in supporting children to learn to talk.

Their A Film About Finding Your Voice features a number of children who have been accessing our programmes for the past few years. Click here to learn more >

Outlander Fan Documentary Charity - The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project was founded in 1998 in order to respond to the lack of resources available for the LGBTQ+ community. They provide counseling, suicide prevention hotlines, peer support groups, and education for the public. 


The Trevor Project helps to ensure that no LGBTQ+ youth feels alone. They are the largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention program worldwide for the LGBTQ+ community. 


They pride themselves on abiding by the principles of diversity and inclusion, youth centricity, growth, quality, innovation, and best-in-class teams.

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