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The SRC will use their £50,000 award to establish a National Lived Experience Network across Scotland, bringing together and training people with experience of problematic substance use to become leaders in giving a voice to their communities. These leaders will be encouraged to…
Many charities dumbed down or totally stopped proven fundraising approaches such as direct mail, telephone and face-to-face contact before GDPR came into force last year. Yet the report shows that the average annual rate for charity Direct Debit cancellations fell to a record low…
TIE has been a huge success over the years - and last year it transformed into a charity. However, in April it was reported that it was facing funding problems and could close. Chloe Divers, a member of the charity's Teachers Panel, says that growing up as a lesbian under Section…
Emily Sturdy, digital supporter engagement manager at the charity, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Thinking of You to offer supporters a new and innovative way to support us. There’s currently no cure for Parkinson’s but it doesn’t need to stay that way, and every donat…
The Scottish Child Payment will give more immediate support to eligible families who need it most, as almost 60% of all children in poverty live in a family with a child under the age of six. It will be delivered to all remaining eligible families with children under 16 by the en…
Founded by entrepreneur Colin Loveday, Good Call offers low-cost mobile communications solutions to charities, social enterprises and community groups in the form of handsets and contracts, together with expert advice. The company returns all profits to its partner charities in t…
All office space in the hub has been taken, with Aberlour, Paths 4 All and Enable amongst the charities that will move in shortly. Alongside office accommodation, there will also be conference space for events for up to 200 people. Venue manager Fiona Jamieson said the trust is l…
The social isolation experienced by some children during the school holiday as a result of low household income can have a negative impact on attainment, learning and wellbeing. Taking part in holiday clubs and programmes can promote positive outcomes for children, as well as add…
Reputational risks were also high on charities’ agendas in the wake of the Oxfam sexual exploitation scandal, emerging as the biggest perceived risk over the long term. Brexit and growing political instability were listed by charity leaders as other long-term concerns. Ecclesiast…
The figures show that of those workers, 35% have gone without food for their household at least once over the last year as a result. The research is published ahead of an expected announcement from the Scottish Government on an income supplement later this week. CAS is encouragin…

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