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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…
News around the country on charities during the crisis
Campaigners including social investment firm Big Society Capital are now urging the government to commit to a two-year extension for SITR as social enterprises and community projects struggle with the impact of the pandemic. “The very social fabric of our country is being tested…
Cancer Research UK expects to see its fundraising income decline by up to 25% in the next financial year as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Lisa Adams, Cancer Research UK spokeswoman in Scotland, said: “We remain tirelessly committed to making progress for people affect…
Fears over health sees protest cancelled Health concerns from Glasgow's black community have halted a planned Black Lives Matter protest.  Demonstrators were supposed to meet this weekend at Glasgow Green for a protest in support of victims of racism and police brutality, after t…
Survey respondents said they fear far-reaching and long lasting economic impact as businesses struggle to recover from Covid-19, including the charity retail. Themes running through the concerns aired include uncertainty over what happens when reserves get used up, the furlough s…
The third sector's coronavirus response
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…

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