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Funding Scotland

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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Charities come together to renew their focus on cyber resilience

third sector to be more resilient: “I am pleased to announce that the Scottish Government is providing funding,Eddie Nisbet, YouthLink Scotland Senior Digital & Communications Officer and member of the Third Sector


of the Scottish Charity Awards this year, but to win two of the categories (Campaign of the Year and Digital,platforms for our wellbeing services adding digital and telephone counselling, Zoom Coping with Change,workshops, befriending calls and a suite of digital self-help resources which have all been a major,By adding these digital services, we have become more accessible to people living in rural communities,of people accessing our support we must increase our services to meet demand, which takes additional funding

Scotland's Digital Participation Challenge fund

Our Digital Participation Challenge Fund, supported by the Scottish Government, the ERDF and BT, invests,in community digital participation projects across Scotland.,We are also working closely with organisations that have signed Scotland’s Digital Participation Charter,Participation Leadership Group made 33 direct offers of funding for digital participation projects.,Call 1 (Winter 2014) Over 70 applications were made to Call 1, and the Digital Participation Leadership

Scotland's Digital Participation Charter Fund

We are no longer taking applications for Round 5 Introduction Scotland is already a digital nation.,Over the past three years, the Digital Participation Challenge Fund and Charter Fund have supported 126,projects across Scotland to get people online and develop basic digital skills.,Supported by the Scottish Government and BT, the new Digital Participation Charter Fund is now open for,There is a particular focus for the Fund to support organisations currently working to tackle poverty

NTSF Apex Scotland

Depending on individual participant needs this timescale may differ.,process all Steps’ clients aim to gain the: SQA level 2 employability qualification or SCQF Level 2 Digital,This allows participants to access further training and progressive opportunities.,Some APEX participants are legally banned from using IT and even if participants could use IT the cost,Methods other than digital were devised which allowed engagement and delivery to continue.

SCVO digital delivery privacy notice

Who we are Digital Champion Training, Digital Checkup, DigiShift, Design Hops and the Senior Leaders,When you agree to engage with the SCVO Digital team on the Digital Charter, Digital Champion Training,We will use this data to offer your organisation support to develop in the areas of Digital Participation,For as long as you are receiving digital support from SCVO we may send you occasional ‘special’ digital,may use quotes from feedback for publicity and promotion, and to report to our funders (Big Lottery Fund

Digital training for The National Lottery Community Fund supported organisations

SCVO’s digital team are offering a free training programme, funded by the National Lottery Community,Fund, this spring to support organisations to move forward on their digital journey.,manage time more effectivelysolve problems fastercreate time for creativity Testimonials from recent participants,Over the past year (June 2021-June 2022) we have worked directly with 600 participants in our targeted,by The National Lottery Community Fund (Scotland)

Digital training for RS Macdonald supported organisations

SCVO’s digital team are offering a free training programme, funded by the RS Macdonald Charitable Trust,Programme details Make Digital Work for You series Session titleTopic summary1.,Over the past year (Jan 2022-Jan 2023) we have worked directly with 600 participants in our targeted,Testimonials from recent participants on SCVO Digital training Thanks for the session.,This programme has been funded by The RS Macdonald Charitable Trust

The five challenges

digital skills.,An essential prerequisite to helping people build their digital skills and confidence is a digitally,Organisations across all sectors can help narrow the digital skills gap by including digital skills training,Evidence from the Digital Participation Charter Fund and other projects to build foundation and essential,skills and building a digitally confident workforce.

Guide to organisational change

Finally, make sure you have explored all available funds and grants, like furlough, you may be able to,All of the support offered through JFS will be delivered remotely to participants using digital communication,During the programme, every participant will be offered a minimum of 4 hours flexible 1-2-1 digital support,and the opportunity to join at least 1 digital group session.,to: · Minimum of two 1-2-1 sessions with a designated adviser · A minimum of one digital group session