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Rob Cope, director of Remember A Charity, said: “Over the years, we’ve seen a marked change in the way that advisers are approaching gifts in Wills with clients. Legacy giving is becoming more common across the client base, and there’s much less reticence when it comes to raising…
The committee called for at least 1% of the Scottish Government’s budget to be spent on the arts. Committee convener Joan McAlpine said: "The overall aim of this report was to put the focus of the arts funding system on the artists themselves. The committee heard compelling evide…
Sir John Low, CAF chief executive, said: “We all know that charities need to be prudent with the money they receive and in uncertain times they must keep some in reserve some for the future. “Charities are rightly looking for the best return on their rainy-day funds and we are pl…
Mental health support is four times more popular for 18 -24-year olds than older people, and climate change is the most important cause among 20% of this age group. Matt Haworth, co-founder of Reason Digital, said: “Our research has led us to a number of recommendations we feel t…
100% of funds raised by the public will go towards homelessness charities, with the money invested to sustainably help around 1,000,000 homeless and displaced people all over the world. As well as benefiting local charities, international partners for the campaign include UNICEF…

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25th November 2019

Beyond the Usual Suspects (produced by DTAS Community Ownership Support Service) is a practical guide to a range of alternative approaches for raising finance and fundraising. Although aimed at those looking for funding for community assets, its approach is relevant to a wide ran…
This year, the CashBack for Communities Youth Work fund has awarded £778,595.00 to 194 projects, benefiting 14,486 young people. Jamie the Unicorn has been visiting some of these projects on his travels. Jamie has his own twitter account @CashBackJamie and he has been tweeting ab…
It clams the unit is being offered half a mile away is much smaller, more expensive and is not a good location for tourist information. Director Sarah Maclean accused the council of ignoring its concerns. “They should be working with us to get the best outcome for Barra and our b…
A year-long probe into Scottish business rates by former RBS chairman Ken Barclay made 30 recommendations and found no justification for private schools or so called arms-length external organisations (Aleos) of councils to continue receiving preferential business rates. It was t…
The Big Give matches donations through partnerships with over 20 funding Champions, including Reed Foundation, The Childhood Trust, Four Acre Trust and the National Lottery Heritage Fund. People Know How is fundraising for its positive transitions service, which supports children…

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