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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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A new National Autistic Society campaign is educating shops about how to make their stores less stressful for people with autism

 
Research from Zurich Municipal reveals charities are taking on more risk because of the rising cost of insurance premiums

 
A charity programme to overcome family conflict could help tackle youth mental health problems in schools across Scotland

 
Dedicated volunteer fundraiser Linda Campbell was honoured at the Scottish Fundraising Awards alongside professional individuals and teams

 
​Susan Smith believes charity shops are a boon to Scotland's high streets, and still have more to offer

 
Forces charities will be the biggest beneficiaries of this year's Edinburgh Military Tattoo donation, but £250,000 will also go to the arts

 
Scottish housing association Blackwood rewards the best new innovations for disabled people

 
A charity is to work with academics, charities and people with experience of mental ill health to find solutions to the youth mental health epidemic

 
South Lanarkshire Council has closed all 19 public toilets it operated in 2010 while other councils have also made dramatic reductions

 
When even bankers are charities, is it time to rethink charity status?