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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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Kickstart in heritage: funding available to create new jobs for young people

secure resources from other sources As such, in 2011, we got into partnership with SCVO on a similar scheme,to Kickstart- the Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) programme, which has worked well for us, and we have,Which is why we bought into the great idea of the Community Jobs Scotland initiative – and now Kickstart,When we take a young person on, via the likes of the Kickstart scheme, our objective is to make sure,Kickstart is like Community Jobs Scotland in this respect.

SCVO Annual Review 2020-21

scheme on behalf of our payroll clients and switched to publishing our monthly Third Force News (TFN,v=mayrysgDux4 Employability Background on our employability work with goodmoves, CJS and Kickstart From,We created and filled 115 Community Jobs Scotland (CJS) jobs.,We became a gateway organisation for the UK government’s Kickstart scheme, working with 121 voluntary,retention scheme on behalf of our payroll clients, and processed payroll for over 400 organisations

The Kickstart needed for Generation Z?

Lorna Forrest discusses the new Kickstart initiative and reveals how voluntary sector organisations can

Young people get step on housing career ladder

Boost for those starting on the career path

SCVO Impact Report 2022/23

government to provide charities with access to the same support as businesses through the Energy Bill Relief Scheme,supporting employability for younger and older people across Scotland through the following programmes: Kickstart,SCVO acted as a gateway organisation for Kickstart - giving participants experience of working in the,or Higher/Further education, and 60% of those went onto a job being retained by their employer.,government to provide charities with access to the same support as businesses through the Energy Bill Relief Scheme

Youth unemployment could hit 100,000 in Scotland

More action is needed to help the many thousands of young people who will be looking for work by the end of the year

Social enterprise to create 30 jobs in Glasgow

Investment will allow organisation to expand

Social enterprises are a key solution to the employment challenge

Duncan Thorp says social enterprises can play a vital role in helping to get people back into work post-coronavirus

Fears for disabled youngsters facing double disadvantage

Job market downturn will affect them most