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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.

Kathryn Parry-Wilkes

Digital Inclusion Assistant Development Officer

Digital and Programmes

Latest posts by Kathryn Parry-Wilkes

Renfrewshire Council is a leader in establishing a place-based approach to digital inclusion in Scotland. Through the development of a cross-sector partnership for action, ‘Citizen Voice’, and supported by SCVO, agencies including the Council, housing associations, health... Read more

Digital inclusion is foundational across Digital Health and Care and is critical to the design and development of digital services, resources and wider digital transformation across health and social care. The Digital inclusion programme formally launched in March 2023 with a... Read more

Carr Gomm is a social care and community development charity, providing person-centred support to over 4,000 people each year to live their best possible lives. The online shift of vital services and community connections during the pandemic highlighted the need for digital... Read more

Connectivity is essential, and everyone should have access to the opportunities it provides. Through our everyone.connected campaign aim we want to help 4 million people living in digital exclusion by the end of 2025. We have already connected 1.5million people digitally... Read more

North West Glasgow Voluntary Sector Network, is a support organisation that offers advocacy, training, advice and networking to charities and community groups in the North West of Glasgow. During lockdown, member organisations, came to us saying that they were moving most of... Read more

CLASP - a local charity in North Ayrshire, runs a project for over 50s called HOPE in the Community, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund. Alongside our vision of increased health and wellbeing and reduced social isolation, HOPE aims to get more older people online so... Read more

Children and young people are increasingly growing up with a large percentage of their lives lived and experienced either online, or facilitated by online activities and social trends. The most recent OfCom report on children and media use provides a wealth of information about... Read more

Last week saw the release of the Lloyds Bank 2019 Consumer Digital Index and the Ofcom Adults: Media use and attitudes report 2019. These two reports contain key insights into the ways that different groups engage with the word through digital means, as well as highlighting those... Read more