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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.

Goodmovers 23/02/2018

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Who's on the move in Scotland's third sector?

Dr Nanette Milne and Dr Bryan Anderson

Goodmovers 23/02/2018

Marie Curie has bolstered its volunteer board with the appointment of Dr Nanette Milne and Dr Bryan Anderson. Dr Milne's career started in clinical and research settings and prior to her recent retirement she spent 13 years as a member of the Scottish Parliament and as the Scottish Conservatives' public health spokesperson. Dr Bryan Anderson is a non-executive member of Healthcare Improvement Scotland and was a GP for over 20 years with other roles as medical director for quality and primary care within the Lincolnshire Primary Care Trust and regional medical director for urgent care within a private healthcare provider. Marie Curie's Scottish Advisory Board provides advice on all aspects of the charity's work in Scotland, including on palliative care, raising charitable funds, the law and working with government, NHS and Scottish communities.

Big Hearts Community Trust

Goodmovers 23/02/2018

Big Hearts Community Trust, Heart of Midlothian’s official charity partner, has announced a new staff structure with five full-time employees, which will enable the family focused charity achieve new ambitions for the coming years. This new set up takes place following the appointment of Caryn Kerr as fundraising and development manager. Other members of the staff team are Craig Wilson, general manager, who joined Big Hearts in 2015 as communications and fundraising officer and now leads the charity, reporting to the board of trustees, Innes Shirreff, recruited in the summer 2016 as volunteer development officer, who takes charge of the Big Hearts Supporters Programme which sees fans of the club volunteer across the community, Kirsty Roebuck, project administrator also recruited in the summer 2016, coordinates the delivery of Big Hearts’ programmes of support in coordination with lead partners. Charlotte Cailliez is communications and fundraising officer and initially joined the team for maternity cover in 2017, and she now takes care of promoting Big Hearts’ activities and supporting community fundraising.