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Non-profit organisations are invited to apply to the group for help with running costs and capital funding. Individuals can apply for support with fees for short courses and teaching aids for arts projects in schools and the community. The total amount of grant funding available…
Heather hoped to have put her days of cancer behind her after being successfully treated for cervical cancer aged 27. A talented hockey player, she was back training weekly, ran the London marathon and started a new job as a fundraising manager for Cancer Research UK. But in the…
The poll of 2,000 Scottish households by YouGov demonstrates the financial strain the economic impact of lockdown is putting on people in different housing tenures, and in different parts of the country. In the private rented sector, almost half of tenants (45%) have seen a drop…
But bills had already risen for over 36% of respondents, and 55% were certain their energy use had increased during lockdown. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to keep many workers at home, concerns are growing about the impact on household energy bills - 58% of people said t…
The award winning visitor attraction, in North Berwick, has been hit hard by Covid closures. In order to avoid permanent closure, the Scottish Seabird Centre has set an overall fundraising target of £500,000. In the 20 years that the conservation charity has been operating, it ha…

Charity shops to reopen

29th June 2020

Head of retail Sue Blair said: “When the coronavirus pandemic unfolded it became clear that plans we had to maximise income from shops this year were not going to happen, and that a significant loss of income was on the cards. “Together with the cancellation of fundraising events…
In the quarter of a century which has followed, the charity’s work for the over-65s has been expanded across eight other regions, now supporting over 3,000 members - many of them disabled or suffering from health problems - to eat well, enjoy more social contact and live at home…
John Herriman, chief executive of the National Emergencies Trust (NET), said: “With their agility and local know-how, grassroots community organisations in Scotland are uniquely placed to help those in urgent need. From sports clubs turned soup kitchens, to youth clubs turned cou…
It found social enterprises are facing considerable immediate challenges. The financial situation of social enterprises as a consequence of Covid-19 was described as perilous, and the study concludes many will not recover without financial support. The vast majority (81%) of soci…
How the third sector is responding to the pandemic #NeverMoreNeeded

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