Examples of collaboration between the voluntary and public sectors are being sought for the Scottish Public Service Awards
An awards ceremony is set to highlight successful partnership between the public and voluntary sectors.
The Scottish Public Service Awards take place at the Scottish Parliament on 4 December.
Returning for a sixth year, the awards celebrate excellence within Scotland’s public services.
And examples of good partnerships that have been forged with the third sector are being sought.
The Third Sector Partnership Award, sponsored by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), will recognise public and voluntary sector organisations working in partnership to deliver better outcomes in public services.
Projects that have made a big difference to people and communities are being invited to apply, with judges looking for clear evidence – facts, figures and real-life examples – of how the initiative has succeeded.
Nominations are open now and will close on 30 October. For more information and to apply, see the awards website.