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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.

Posts tagged Regulations

SCVO and Chartered Institute of Fundraising Scotland - Redress for Survivors (Historical Child Abuse in Care) (Scotland) Bill Stage one evidence Download a PDF version of this paperDownload SCVO and the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Scotland have concerns around the... Read more

New grant making standards will replace gagging clause - but what do they mean? Read more

Synopsis Scottish Fundraising Working Group June 2016 Foreword Scotland’s charity sector is a critical component of our civic society. The impact of charitable fundraising every day, in every community across Scotland, is genuinely life changing. It is, however, not without its... Read more

Making the case for charities to respond to the Scottish consultation on fundraising regulation Read more

1 April 2016 The Scottish Fundraising Working Group, convened by SCVO, has developed three options for a new charity fundraising regulatory system in Scotland. The group is seeking views throughout spring 2016 on the best direction to take. The online survey closed (closed 3... Read more

Bobath Scotland CEO, Stephanie Fraser, on the importance of getting regulation right in Scotland Read more

We have three options - which should we choose? Read more

Update following the summit in November Read more

Context SCVO’s report into charitable public fundraising in Scotland was published on 23 September, alongside a review conducted by Sir Stuart Etherington for the Cabinet Office of the UK Government. Both reports share the broad conclusions that the current arrangements are not... Read more