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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.

TFN Guide to Running A Charity or Social Enterprise 2018 is out now!

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The TFN Guide to Running A Charity or Social Enterprise 2018 is packed full of practical information to help you run your organisation

Once a year, Third Force News creates a special magazine guide full of practical information to help Scotland's third sector run their organisations well.

This year's TFN Guide to Running a Charity or Social Enterprise is now out. You can pick up copies from your local third sector interface.

This year's guide includes the brand new Scottish Governance Code for the Third Sector as a special central pullout.

It also includes feature articles focusing on Scottish Charity of the Year 2018 winners Blood Bikes, young Scottish trustees and how to recruit a young person to your board, how to improve your organisation's carbon footprint, and one trustees reflections on closing down a charity.

Scotland's cabinet secretary for communities and local government Aileen Campbell provides some hints and tips on how charities can better promote themselves. Other contributers cover issues from how to investment third sector funds to safeguarding, volunteer management, leadership, digital and more.

SCVO's bank account comparison table also provides useful information to help charities find the right bank acount for them.

TFN has produced enough copies of the guide for every charity and social enterprise in Scotland. Third Force News subscribers will recieve a copy alongside their November issue of the magazine, copies are also available from your local third sector interface.

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Kelly Mcgillvary
almost 4 years ago
I HAVE DOCUMENTED THE FOUR TIMES I HAVE HAD MY VERY BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATED. I AM A MOTHER COMING OUT FIGHTING FOR MY SON. I HAVE PROOF OF CORRUPTION SOMEONE WILL LISTEN TO ME EVENTUALLY. FROM FIFE
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William John Buchanan
almost 4 years ago
Scottish Governance Code for the Third Sector is`nt worth the paper it is written on. Produced by dreamers and do gooders who are completely out of touch with reality .