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News on how the sector is responding to the pandemic
The idea came about when old Elgin chums, James and Kevin were having a chat about wanting to do something to help and both had been very shocked by reports on empty food banks. After a chat with (Small Faces and River City) actor Iain Robertson, a plan was hatched to pull togeth…
Among the first donations to the cause was a £500 contribution from Clyde Munro, Scotland’s biggest dental group. Modest David shared news of his fundraiser with colleagues when he performed during an online concert for Clyde Munro’s 500 staff across Scotland – and bosses immedia…
Although treatments for liver cancer exist, it is still classified as one of the less survivable cancers in the UK. Liver cancer kills just under 600 people each year in Scotland alone. About half of these cancers are preventable through behavioural and lifestyle changes, with ob…
At the heart of the chaos will be host CBeebies star James Mackenzie, who has worked extensively on fundraisers with CHAS over the last few years – from Teddy Bears Picnics to a Saharan Trek. In order to help support the ongoing physical and new virtual hospice services provided…
A charity has made a plea for funding as it faces closures. The Homeless Veterans Project provides temporary housing for eight ex-servicemen with mental health problems in Dundonald, Ayrshire. The charity says it faces collapse with only enough funds in the bank to pay rent for i…
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said: “Autistic people find the extreme change in their daily lives more difficult to deal with, which is why we have fast-tracked this funding to improve the consistency and availability of support. These are unprecedented times and it is important…
Glasgow-based charity Playlist for Life has won a major national award for its works using personal music to help improve the lives of people with dementia and their families. Chosen from more than 400 charities across the UK, the charity was one of ten winners of…
Community based projects are being encouraged to apply for Historic Environment Scotland’s new Coasts and Waters Heritage Fund which celebrates the Year of Coasts and Waters. Grants between £3,000 and £20,000 will be available for projects which help communities to protec…

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