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The Robertson Trust have launched their new strategy for the next ten years. It focuses on tackling poverty and trauma in Scotland and the impact this has on the physical, mental and material wellbeing of individuals, families and communities. The Trust want to fu…
Run annually by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), the awards celebrate the best of Scotland’s voluntary sector. Due to the impact of coronavirus, this year the awards were held in an entirely online ceremony so that all finalists and attendees who wanted to…
The Community & Third Sector Recovery Programme is a £25m Scottish Government funded programme aiming to support charities, community groups, social enterprises and voluntary organisations that are supporting people and communities through the shift from l…
Thanks to an increase in funding, Foundation Scotland have widened the scope of their Response, Recovery and Resilience Fund to support even more organisations with their recovery. They have removed the income cap for organisations wishing to apply, which was prev…
For the price of just £25 to take part – which is the same cost of providing a week’s worth of meals for a family at a CHAS hospice - participants will receive a bespoke dinner party pack, a discount code for a luxury Haar at Home box and will be entered into a prize draw to win…
The second strand is a Communities Recovery Fund which offers funding to reintroduce the delivery of existing services and activities that have been suspended or severely reduced because of Covid, or deliver new services identified as a priority by the community as a result of th…
QR codes and microchips, which are automatically recognised by smart phones, have been placed on poppy boxes so that members of the public will still be able to give in a socially distant, completely contactless and secure way. What’s more, all of the charity’s Poppy Appeal area…
The Community Recovery Fund would be financed through the defunct National Fund, a charity established in 1928 with £500,000 and the aim of paying off the national debt. Its funds have since grown to £500 million but, with the national debt approaching £2 trillion, it is unlikely…
The biggest night of the year for the Scottish voluntary sector has almost arrived. The Scottish Charity Awards take place this evening (Friday 25 September) from 7pm till 8pm. The ceremony can be watched live from the comfort of your home, with finalists and special guests joini…
Researchers found the largest falls in the proportion of people who said they had given to charity came among those aged between 45 and 65. The data from nfpSynergy, which is based on quarterly polling of 1,000 representative UK adults, also found that 28% of people said they had…

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