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Supporting Scotland's vibrant voluntary sector

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations is the membership organisation for Scotland's charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises. Charity registered in Scotland SC003558. Registered office Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB.

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Useful contacts

Circular Communities Scotland Community Land Scotland Community Land Scotland is a member-based organisation,Community Fund Scottish Rural Action (SRA) SRA supports the rural movement in Scotland, working with our members,ACRE) ACRE is national charity speaking up for and supporting rural communities in England, including Village,Halls Week, a national campaign shining a spotlight on the contribution England’s 10,000+ village halls,Provide advice, deals and audits.

https://scvo.scot/support/village-community-halls/useful-contacts

Voluntary sector resilience in the wake of Covid-19

They self-organised through existing or new structures and networks to get support to where it was needed,We must not laud the ability of voluntary organisations to deal with the uncertainty of short-term funding,Along with our community of 2,700+ members, we believe that charities, social enterprises, and voluntary,voluntary sector encompasses an estimated 40,000+ organisations, from grassroots community groups and village,hall committees to more than 6,000 social enterprises, nearly 25,000 registered national charities,

https://scvo.scot/p/47280/2021/12/01/voluntary-sector-resilience-in-the-wake-of-covid-19

Inquiry into the Scottish Government’s Public Service Reform programme - SCVO response

Scottish Government’s latest commitment to progress Fairer Funding (April 2023)SCVO and TSI Scotland Network,Role of the sector Finance and Public Administration Committee members are aware of the voluntary sector's,Progressed Fairer Funding arrangements, including exploring options to implement multi-year funding deals,These figures all come before the significant pay deals offered to public service workers based in the,The sector is hugely diverse, ranging from tiny volunteer-run community groups like village halls and

https://scvo.scot/p/59486/2023/05/01/inquiry-into-the-scottish-governments-public-service-reform-programme-scvo-response-to-the-finance-and-public-administration-committee

SCVO Brief on UK Budget 2018: The unknown - Brexit and Spending Review

Growth Deal.,The government will provide up to £8 million to help with the cost of repairs and alterations to village,halls, Miners’ Welfare facilities and Armed Forces organisations’ facilities.,We have over 1,900 members who range from individuals and grassroots groups, to Scotland-wide organisations,committee from the sector, we are managed by the sector, for the sector brings together organisations and networks

https://scvo.scot/p/27390/2018/10/30/27390

Post-legislative scrutiny: Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014

In August, SCVO and the TSI Scotland Network published the paper, 'Fair Funding and Fair Work.',Sadly, the Network ceased with the end of the contract.,Organisations frequently deal with multiple funding streams, each with its distinct rules and requirements,Along with our community of 3,500+ members and supporters, we want to see a thriving voluntary sector,From grassroots volunteer-run community groups like village halls and playgroups to major providers of

https://scvo.scot/p/62600/2023/09/27/post-legislative-scrutiny-procurement-reform-scotland-act-2014

SCVO response to Scottish Parliament Finance and Constitution Committee

Along with our community of 2,000+ members, we believe that charities, social enterprises, and voluntary,voluntary sector encompasses an estimated 40,000+ organisations, from grassroots community groups and village,hall committees to more than 6,000 social enterprises, nearly 25,000 registered national charities,,referendum, and ever since the result was known, SCVO has been working closely and consistently with members,and protections to either achieve a competitive economic advantage, or as the price of future trade deals

https://scvo.scot/p/39883/2020/08/07/scvo-response-to-scottish-parliament-finance-and-constitution-committee

SCVO submission to the House of Lords: lessons from coronavirus

Along with our community of 2,000+ members, we believe that charities, social enterprises, and voluntary,voluntary sector encompasses an estimated 40,000+ organisations, from grassroots community groups and village,hall committees to over 6,000 social enterprises, approximately 25,000 registered national charities,Government’s understanding of the vital role that charities and community groups can and will play in dealing,For others, crucial funding to support the continued crisis response – such as local community food networks

https://scvo.scot/p/39501/2020/07/10/scvo-submission-to-the-house-of-lords-lessons-from-coronavirus