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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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Homes with solar panels enjoyed an energy boost in June as the sun shone across Scotland

The UK government has announced plans to increase the ticket sales limit on charity lotteries from £10m to £100m

An emotional new video released for Macular Awareness Week shows how the common condition can affect your sight

Global good, profit, partnership and movie stars will be on everyone's lips at this year's Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh in September

Those who struggle to heat their homes in winter are more likely to be under 65 and living in rented accommodation

An animal welfare charity said it did not sack its head of policy because he spoke out about pension fund investments in firms using animal testing

A Scottish charity and university have worked together to create a groundbreaking foster care service for seriously traumatised children

A groundbreaking campaign to introduce a drug to reduce HIV infections in Scotland has won the Cracking Campaign award at the Scottish Charity Awards

Terminal illness charity Marie Curie has been awarded after making a major change to its record keeping system

The Scottish Centre for Personal Safety course for blind and visually impaired people won Pioneering Project at the Scottish Charity Awards