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The community groups are operating as ‘anchors’, bringing together charities, volunteers, social enterprises and the public sector to co-ordinate the local response and channel support where it is needed. This includes making hot meals, organising grocery and prescription deliver…
The fund is being delivered through an innovative model which involves national organisations and funders working alongside Third Sector Interfaces from across Scotland’s 32 local authorities. So far the majority of applications have been from local organisations working within a…
Ben Doherty, employment partner at the firm, said organisations that receive public funding should not be put off from applying. He said: “Third sector organisations which receive public money may, in certain circumstances, still be able to place staff on furlough. They should ce…
In the first of a new feature, TFN highlights just people in the sector who have been making a difference during lockdown. #NeverMoreNeeded
News on how organisations are tackling the pandemic and coping under lockdown
Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) chief executive Anna Fowlie said: “For most of us, technology has played a crucial role in keeping us connected to friends and family, informed and entertained, and able to continue with learning and work. “However, there are pe…
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…
This includes feeding more than 1000 children at primary schools; providing nursery education, health checks and counselling support for young people with additional physical and emotional needs; making improvement to school infrastructure and creating a small grants scheme which…
Young carers losing out Members of the Scottish Youth Parliament have been consulting with young carers/young adult carers during lockdown.  A significant and recurring issue raised is that some are still not getting access to supermarkets during protected hours set aside for vul…
Tomorrow (Thursday 7 May), Beaumont will once again cycle 240 miles on a turbo trainer in his living room. Among those joining him are Paralympians Steve Bate MBE and Mel Nicholls and female round-the-world record holder Jenny Graham. Others who’ve taken part have done everything…

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