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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.

Susan Smith

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 meets philanthropist David Graham, the man behind the new Social Impact Theatre (SIT-UP) Award at this year’s Fringe Festival.

 
On a recent visit to Falkirk, conservationist Chris Packham discussed his role as an ambassador for the National Autistic Society

 
Parents risk prosecution for leaving their children as young as five home alone during the summer holidays

 
A quarter of all shows at this year's Fringe festival have a social impact finds a new festival award programme

 
Keep Scotland Beautiful is urging the public to help make bathing water cleaner across Scotland's most popular beaches

 
Social care charity Quarriers is building 50 homes for private sale in a bid to raise cash to plug funding gaps caused by austerity measures

 
New research from the British Heart Foundation finds a dramatic growth in heart disease patients battling other illnesses, including dementia

 
Do you have a £1 million dream? Now's your chance to turn it into a reality with People's Postcode Lottery Dream Fund

 
A new campaign is raising awareness of a forum for Scots to tell their stories about growing up in residential care

 
Young music fans are staging their own Glasgow gig in a bid to highlight how music venues can provide them with a better service