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Disadvantaged groups facing hardships such as homelessness, food insecurity or social isolation and loneliness are among those to benefit from services such as: • emergency accommodation in Glasgow and Edinburgh • the provision of food and essential supplies to vulnerable groups…
The facility is inspired by the internationally-renowned Barnahus model, first developed in Iceland.  Designed to feel like a family home, the child’s house will be a space where children can give evidence, receive medical care, take part in decisions about their protection and g…
Unlike for-profit businesses, many charities have limited cash reserves from which to draw and so some face immediate threat of closure. Unite is especially concerned for the tens of thousands of its members who work in the voluntary and not for profit sector who, as frontline wo…
Together, the charity's two air ambulances will cover the whole of Scotland, working alongside two government-funded helicopters and two fixed-wing aircraft - all tasked through the country's 999 emergency response service. John Bullough, founding chairman of SCAA, described toda…
In addition, the National Lottery Heritage Fund is continuing to support 2,500 projects already in delivery across the UK, an overall commitment of £1.1bn. This funding has been made possible thanks to money raised by National Lottery players. Funding through the emergency fund f…
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…
With the cancellation of all fundraising events and the temporary closure of rehoming, boarding and charity shops, the home has seen a dramatic drop in income. Financial losses of around £650,000 are predicted. Therefore, the charity said it had to take drastic measures to ensure…
Grants from the Scottish Government’s £350 million Communities Fund have been made to Scottish Women’s Aid (£1.35m) and Rape Crisis Scotland (£226,000) to ensure that access to tkey support services is maintained and victims still have access to methods of reporting crimes during…
Sir Tom said: “These are extraordinarily tough times for Scottish charities – scores of them are facing the reality of having to close their doors completely, with devastating consequences for so many great causes. “The Kiltwalking heroes have responded magnificently, raising £72…
Half (52%) of charities have reduced existing or previous levels of service, with a further 12% intending to in the future and 83% say that the most important thing for their organisation’s sustainability over the coming three to six months is access to emergency grant funding. M…

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