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The voice of Scotland’s vibrant voluntary sector

Published by Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

TFN is published by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh, EH3 6BB. The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registration number SC003558.

Posts by Susan Smith

Campaigns Manager, SCVO
Susan Smith is campaigns manager for the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations. She has worked as a journalist for twenty years across a range of publications including Which, The Scotsman and the Edinburgh Evening News.

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Susan Smith: We need to ensure the Christie Commission vision becomes a reality

 
Susan Smith on why voluntary organisations need to start preparing for the next big threat - climate change

 
It’s time to relax a little, celebrate and reflect on a job well done

 
Susan Smith explains why SCVO is launching a new climate change project to help support voluntary organisations make the transition to a greener future

 
Susan Smith says the voluntary sector is Never More Needed in the Young Person's Guarantee drive to ensure jobs for 18 to 24 year olds after Covid

 
Susan Smith argues that exploring the possibility of merging with another cause has never been more important than now

 
Susan Smith says the lessons learnt from working together through Covid will help ensure the community and voluntary sector is at the heart of the new normal

 
Susan Smith says the voluntary sector’s is Never More Needed to help people manage life in Scotland's second lockdown

 
Face-to-face support has been stripped away, but mental health charity Penumbra is still looking after its community through the Covid pandemic

 
It's been a year of disappointments, but Susan Smith urges Scotland's voluntary sector to take comfort in a job well done