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Amyleigh Crumlish, 22, from Greenock, developed postpartum depression after the birth of her son Alexander two years ago. She says support from Home-Start has been invaluable to her recovery. “They go above and beyond to make sure my son and I are both okay and I don’t know how I…

RNLI in beach warning

27th May 2020

However the charity has said that it has had little time to adapt to how it will keep visitors and its staff safe when the virus still poses a risk. In an open letter, RNLI chief executive Mark Dowie said: “Safety advice and warnings will only go so far when people are desperate…
Sustrans deputy chief executive John Lauder, who is based in Edinburgh, said: “We are encouraged to see walking, cycling and wheeling being central to the government’s plan to enable people to travel safely during Covid-19. “We have been delighted with the response to our Spaces…
This enabled Africa on the Ball to meet urgent costs such as soap, toilet roll, tapped buckets of water and PPE for medical staff and community workers. The charity also bought 300 washable face masks for members of the community, made by the Women’s Economic Empowerment Zambia,…
Do you know a remarkable fundraiser who has made the world a better place? Or do you have a fundraiser or team in your charity who achieved something special this year? Nominate them for a National Fundraising Award! The National Fundraising Awards, hosted by the…
Celebrity chef Nick Nairn has created a special menu for the dinner, and anyone who signs up will be offered a masterclass showing them how to prepare and cook the meal ahead of the big night. Guests are also encouraged to dress up if possible, although the charity has stressed t…
Careless walkers rescued by charity Arrochar Mountain Rescue team was called-out for the first time since lockdown began - to rescue a group of hillwalkers taking on The Cobbler in Argyll. At around 3.20pm yesterday afternoon, the team located the three walkers who had got lost u…
Funding Scotland will be out and about in a few weeks, visiting funding events and chatting to people from the sector. First, we’ll be stopping off in Grangemouth for the Falkirk Funders Fayre on Tuesday 10 March. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions of…
An award of £100,863 over three years means the organisation can continue its work across Angus delivering and developing its Young Expert Groups (YEGs). These groups empower young people under 18 who have been affected by domestic abuse, either at home or in their own relationsh…
Call for national day of grieving Britain needs a national day of remembrance for the victims of coronavirus to help process a “tsunami of loss” that risks damaging lives for decades to come, the terminal illness charity Marie Curie has said. The charity is proposing a “a day of…

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