Total results: 124 | Current page: 1 of 13
Child poverty campaigners have warned the situation is only going to be exacerbated by the coronavirus crisis. Director of the Poverty Alliance, Peter Kelly said:  "Today’s figures paint a shocking picture of poverty in Scotland, with one in five people living in poverty even bef…
She said: “I first visited The Yard Edinburgh on a one-day training programme with my work. They showed us a short video, which had lots of children playing, and showed all the charity does for disabled children and their families. I thought it was magical. One of my family membe…
Council delvers vital food parcels Edinburgh Council will be delivering 2,000 emergency food parcels to vulnerable families across the city today (Friday 27 March). A team of drivers will be delivering the parcels to families who have been identified as being most in need at this…
Charities who support women and girls are invited to apply for a share of £15 million. The money is being made available from the Tampon Tax Fund, raised through VAT on sanitary products. This tax will come to an end in January 2021 following the UK’s exit from the Europe…
The report calls on funders and commissioners to recognise the importance of long term, secure funding for services to allow them to deliver relational approaches and to do this well. It also highlights the need for a shift in culture within services so that compassionate care is…
The temporary pause only applies to second hand items, and customers can continue to place online orders of new goods from the Sourced by Oxfam range for now, as these are processed at a facility where social distancing measures can be implemented. They can also continue ordering…
The fund will be delivered by Firstport, Social Investment Scotland and the Corra Foundation and will provide grants between £5,000 and £100,000. In addition there will be up to a further £5m available in fully flexible, 0% interest loans starting at £50,000. The fund will be com…

Coronavirus scams warning

25th March 2020

Trading Standards Scotland has launched new e-bulletin which will be listing some of the most recent scams reported by consumers across Scotland. A spokesman said: “Phone, email and online scams are constantly evolving and we want to make sure that consumers are aware of as many…
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…
Plans have also been made to continue production of our TFN magazine. As of April, and for the foreseeable future, it will be made available via a PDF e-reader. It is hoped that production of physical copies can be resumed when the current crisis abates. TFN editor Graham Martin…

Hide fund

Are you sure you want to hide ""?

If you choose "Hide", this fund will no longer appear in:

  • search results
  • email alerts
  • lists of saved funds
  • related funds