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Campbell said: “The health, social and economic impacts of Covid-19 have not been experienced equally in Scotland. This pandemic has highlighted existing inequalities, some of which have persisted for decades, and in many cases has made them more pronounced. “The crisis has given…
News from around the country on charities during the crisis
A hospice is launching a new way of taking donations as it looks to reopen its charity shops. The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice is to open a drive-thru drop off service as it launches an urgent appeal for clothes and textiles. The Glasgow charity announced it will soon be…
Remember A Charity’s campaign will enable charities and legal professionals to work together to celebrate and inspire legacy giving, using print and display advertising, legacy-focused national newspaper supplements, printed materials, online and social media channels. Rob Cope,…
She said: “In relation to business practice I would strongly commend a social enterprise model as being eminently suited to the recovery phase and beyond. “The effects of coronavirus have highlighted that the market value of jobs does not match the social value that we would asso…
The research , conducted by the Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit (SPIRU) at Glasgow Caledonian University, found: • 65% of frontline organisations report demand for emergency food has risen over the past month, with 73% of organisations anticipating a further rise in…
News around the country on charities during the crisis
Society staff at branches in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Galashiels, Troon and Inverness will support the helpline with expert advice on personal finance, help raise much-needed funds and promote Alzheimer Scotland’s range of vital services. At the culmination of Dementia Awareness Week,…
Hosted by Gaby Logan, the fundraiser showcased some of the life-changing projects supported by NET to date.  Projects include a diverse range of organisations on the community frontline, from food banks and meal delivery efforts to mental health support groups and voluntary medic…
The June edition of TFN magazine is now out – and is available to read online through our e-reader. Inside you’ll find everything (and a bit more!) that you would normally find in your TFN, as the team covers how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting on the voluntary sector. In t…

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