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On the evening that Jim, 73, passed away, he was experiencing stomach pain and being sick. During the night he suffered a massive heart attack and sadly Fiona and Diane lost their dad. The family later found out that stomach pain and sickness can be a sign of a heart attack. Fion…
Over the coming decade, the foundation said it believes the power to create change rests with people themselves. Corra’s role is to ensure that people with ideas for radical change are supported, skilled, connected and confident. Corra chief executive Fiona Duncan said: “Our stra…
Attacks on charities have been steadily rising in recent years and a third of respondents believe the risk of a cyber-attack has increased in the past year, rising to 40% among larger charities. While investment in cyber security has increased in the past year, particularly in la…
Assistance provided will be practical and tailored to a person's individual needs. Partners, such as the Simon Community, who work with vulnerable people , will apply to the fund on their behalf. Decisions on support will be made quickly to ensure people are able to seize opportu…
The two foundations will pull together opposing legends’ squads including a number of familiar faces from both football and rugby, and also a few celebrity supporters. Johnstone, who was named Celtic’s greatest ever player, died in 2006 after a battle with the condition. Weir, a…
The partnership follows Samaritans’ call for better mental and emotional health support for middle-aged men, who are three times more likely to take their own lives than women. Risk of suicide is also significantly higher than the national UK average for men who work in the const…
There was also face-painting and a henna tattooist on hand, as well as entertainment for all, including tombola, music, a photo booth and much more. Education and social care charity, LOVE Learning, took over the site of the former Gorgie City Farm in January after it went into l…

Final week at Funding Scotland

16th December 2019

Well, it’s my final week with SCVO and Funding Scotland as I’m ‘retiring’ to follow my own interests and have new adventures. I’ve been involved with Funding Scotland since it was first launched back in 2014 and am delighted that it’s now the go-to place to look f…

Sign up for the MoonWalk

27th February 2020

Talking about The MoonWalk Scotland and her treatment for cancer at the Western General, Kirsten said: “The nurses at The Breast Cancer Institute were amazing throughout my treatment and it was there that I first heard about the Cold Caps. The idea of losing my hair during chemo…

Time to Walk All Over Cancer

27th February 2020

It was saying goodbye to her grandmother that drove Kristel, originally from Kuressaare in Estonia, to become a cancer scientist. After completing her undergraduate degree, she joined the Cancer Research UK Edinburgh Centre to study for a PhD in optical medical imaging. Kristel s…

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