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The voice of Scotland’s vibrant voluntary sector

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Posts by Niall Christie


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The overwhelming majority of Scots (84 per cent) agree that loneliness is still a problem now even though restrictions have lifted.

 
Currently, the UK government has only one-third of a single civil servant’s time dedicated to philanthropy policy.

 
The legislation was recommended by an independent review, led by John Scott QC.

 
The summit will hear from over 40 of Scotland’s civic, community and trade union organisations on pay, benefits, energy poverty, housing and transport.

 
Her 30-year track-record in research has focused on her passions of promoting resilience and tackling the root causes of disempowerment, poverty, and poor mental health. 

 
Make Your Mark is part of Scotland’s strategy for the built environment.

 
“If we all do something, we will change somebody’s world."

 
The awards saw a number of other organisations pick up gongs, with Charity of the Year being won by S.M.I.L.E Counselling. 

 
The foundation provides children with a book every month from their birth until they turn five. 

 
"I am not trying to suggest the next few years aren’t going to be challenging. We may have difficult decisions to make"