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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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Poverty campaigners say the Scottish Government and other bodies must take action to protect people from increased poverty due to Universal Credit

The Eco Larder is selling fresh and dry food and other household products that help people reduce the amount of plastic they use

Susan Smith discusses TFN's report into trustee experiences as well as other governance themed content in November's TFN magazine

Social care charities say local authorities are not paying the full price of social care and expect charities to meet costs themselves

Scottish third sector organisations are demonstrating the power of working together to help meet social care needs

Susan Smith reflects on a continuing lack of transparency amongst international aid agencies

Nobel Peace Prize laureate and girls education campaigner Malala Yousafzai will be the keynote speaker at this year's Social Bite dinner

Trusts and foundations are becoming ever more important in the face of drastic public spending cuts. TFN finds out how the sector is coping with demand.

A Glasgow social enterprise grocer is the latest organisation to benefit from funding from Social Investment Scotland

A new report into charity banking shows growth of cash assets and highlights which charities have the most cash and the biggest debts