Third Force News has a whole new approach to providing you with all the latest third sector news.
Third Force News has launched TFN digital, a new approach to providing news for and about the third sector in Scotland.
TFN digital will see all the latest news about the third sector posted on the new TFN website throughout the day Monday to Friday.
Fans of TFN's weekly newspaper will continue to receive the paper, full of the week's top stories, comment and analysis, every Friday.
However, if you are managing an organisation and want to hear about the latest funding and finance news or governance developments as soon as they occur, then you can sign up to TFN digital to receive regular tailored updates.
You can also sign up to receive emails with all the latest updates in: health and social care, the youth sector, housing, environment and community development, and social justice and poverty.
Sign up to receive tailored emails before 28 February to be entered into a prize draw to win a tablet
Susan Smith, TFN editor, said: "TFN digital will provide far more opportunity for voluntary organisations in Scotland to feed in digital content and use TFN to get their news and views heard by third sector colleagues and decision makers in Scotland.
"We want organisations to continue to send us their news stories, but also more photographs, videos and blogs that highlight the important work they are doing in communities every day.
"The TFN team are all really excited about working on TFN digital and helping ensure that the voice of the third sector in Scotland reaches as wide an auidence as possible."
TFN's new website, designed and built by creative and digital agency Whitespace, is design responsive, so readers can access third sector news on mobile phones, tablets, laptops and PCs.
All TFN's exisiting e-bulletin subscribers will automatically receive a weekly digital digest and if you sign up to receive additional tailored digests before 28 February, you will be entered into a prize draw to win a tablet.
To contribute your stories and content to TFN email [email protected] or call 0131 474 8000 and ask to speak to a member of the TFN team.