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Campaigning for better policies and action for people with dyslexia is what drives us. But we need your help to do it.

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Racing enthusiasts - buy your own limited edition print signed by Sir Jackie Stewart

We were delighted when artist Jonathan Mitchell donated an original oil painting of our President Sir Jackie Stewart racing at the 1969 German Grand Prix in the Matra MS80. The painting was commissioned in co-operation with Sir Jackie Stewart in order to raise funds and awareness for Dyslexia Scotland. The original painting was sold at auction at the Goodwood Revival Weekend in Chichester on 14 September 2013. This sale raised a phenomenal £5,000 for Dyslexia Scotland.

The limited edition autographed Sir Jackie Stewart prints are available to buy. Each print costs £250 (including mount). This amount comprises a payment of £150 for the actual print and a donation of £100 (suggested minimum) to Dyslexia Scotland - postage and packing is additional.

Click here to order your own limited edition signed print. By ordering this way, you can add 25% Gift Aid to the donation to Dyslexia Scotland at no extra cost to you.

Or click here to order directly from Canvas Art Gallery if you are not a UK taxpayer.

Click here to see Sir Jackie signing the limited edition print.

Choose us as your chosen charity when you order through AmazonSmile

Order your goods through AmazonSmile rather than Amazon, choose Dyslexia Scotland as your preferred charity and AmazonSmile will make a donation to us.  Follow this link to place your orders.


'Just a Minute' Campaign 

If you don't have a lot of time, but would like to help us to raise awareness of dyslexia, see our microvolunteering opportunities here.

Thank you

We’d like to say a sincere thank you to everyone who helps us. Supporting us in ways like this not only helps raise valuable funds but also increases awareness and understanding of dyslexia. 

If you’re interested in raising money for Dyslexia Scotland, or have ideas you’d like to share, we’d love you to get in touch.

We acknowledge the support and funding from the Scottish Government for our work.