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Commercial property experts at the firm, whose lawyers work with a range of voluntary sector organisations, believe charities grappling with an unprecedented collapse in income need to be especially vigilant about service charges linked to buildings they share with others as they…
In total, 95% of the 4,827 charities who replied to the survey said they had taken some type of action to counter the impact of coronavirus on their organisation. The survey also asked respondents to submit recommendations to OSCR. The most common recommendation asked the regulat…
Applications for Windfarm funded grants are to be fast-tracked to support local groups and organisations impacted by measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus. Community Benefit Funds generated by windfarms in South Lanarkshire total about £3.1million annually, measure…
The Crowdfund Scotland team are running an online workshop on Tuesday the 12th of May, in association with our partners at LEADER. This will be an introductory session suitable for anyone who wants to find out more about this method of fundraising and the potentia…
From clothes and books to vintage toys and ornaments, the BHF hopes to receive good quality items that the public have been clearing out while at home. These will be sold either online via the charity’s eBay store or at a BHF shop. Allison Swaine-Hughes, retail Director at the Br…
How organisations across the country are responding to Covid-19
RZSS chief executive David Field said, “We welcome the Scottish Government’s efforts to reopen the tourism sector in Scotland because we desperately need our parks to open again. “While we understand it is vital for lockdown measures to be eased gradually, we had hoped to open by…
Ella Simpson, chief executive at Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations Council (EVOC), said: “From the beginning of this pandemic, local organisations stepped up to support the most vulnerable and now we’re having the rug pulled out from beneath our feet. They offer amazing value, wi…
He said: “It’s a real privilege to become chair of Corra Foundation, particularly as we embark on our new 10-year strategy. The world has changed dramatically since the strategy was launched in early March, but its themes of voice, power and change driven by communities are more…
As well as the resources provided by the partners involved, the Scottish Government provided £250,000 to support the feasibility work in Scotland. Led by the Citizens’ Basic Income Feasibility Study Steering Group, partners have now developed a proposed model for a CBI pilot whic…

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