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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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Exclusive membership benefits and support networks A strong community of voluntary organisations of all,sizes Shape the future of the voluntary sector in Scotland Membership-exclusive events We regularly,manager at Leuchie House who told us all about their organisation.,our SCVO membership community.,One of our membership team members will help you as quickly as we can.


Funding Scotland Policy & influencing We recognise that funding is one of the key priorities across the,Other funding policy and influencing More information Running Costs #EssentialSector Guide to finding,funding Our funding guide takes you through the key steps to consider when thinking about funding for

HR service

sickness redundancies and changing terms and conditionsof employment reviewing and developing employment policies,resources and information Access to all exclusive HR guides, resources and templates Included in your membership,Sign in HR Service Subscription without SCVO membership Some free templates, resources and information,Sign in About the service The SCVO HR Service supports you with your HR needs.,Our policies and guides include all the statutory requirements plus everything you need to be a good

The future of SCVO: consulting on a new strategic approach

You may be a member, you may contribute to our policy and influencing networks, you may subscribe to,and why we choose to co-produce/collaborate/negotiate/consult /listen/act independently We are clear about,Membership We are conscious that our role as a membership organisation has been subject to a great deal,voluntary sector organisations use this model, and we believe it is more authentic than simply being about,Describing the sector There is an ongoing debate about the best way to describe the sector, with some


The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is the national membership body for Scotland's,We're passionate about what the voluntary sector can achieve.,We lobby government on policy issues, create jobs for young people and support organisations to embrace

SCVO supply partner selection process

Partner has a defined complaints procedurePartner has a defined customer service and after sales support policy,surveys from those who have used the service Monthly review of complaint register To find out more or ask about

Handling complaints

A clear complaints procedure will: give your board information about concerns, so they can suggest improvements,you may wish to highlight any common themes, particular services or issues that complaints are made about


Awards Email Find out more SCVO Digital team Email Find out more SCVO Membership,team Email Find out more SCVO Policy team Email Find out more,Organisations with enquiries about awards, orders or monitoring data - please contact help@connecting.scotPeople

SCVO Annual Review 2020-21

There's more information about the work of our support services in the ‘Support Services’ section on,v=WKfx6pO215w Services More detail about the various services SCVO has provided over the past year Over,Policy Insights into our policy work and how we have worked to support and advocate for the sector We,Our Policy team identified six key areas of focus for our policy work: CoronavirusEconomic actorEuropeEmployerPartnershipsRegulation,Our members voted in support of a new membership fee structure in early 2021 and we created a new membership


feedback from those organisations that kindly took part in the conversations, as well as from the broader membership,Intermediaries are also called umbrella bodies, membership bodies or network bodies, and their main role,These organisations are supported by a strong network of Intermediaries that inform members about current,policy issues, communicate the views of their members to policy makers, and provide a range of vital,Why intermediaries are important When we talk about a high-performing economy, we recognise the need

Get involved

Collaborate with us and our members to develop and promote voluntary sector policy perspectives for Scotland