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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.

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Press coverage tips for charities

release – and make the subject stand out!,user-generated content (i.e. staff and volunteers using their phones or contacts to create social media posts,release tips?,approach doesn’t work, find relevant reporters such as political or social affairs correspondentsPress releases,if certain details are vital or if they can be linked etc Do press releases have to include photos?

https://scvo.scot/about/work/campaigns/archive/never-more-needed/resources/press-coverage-tips-for-charities

About SCVO

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https://scvo.scot/about

Planning for EU Exit (Brexit)

You can find SCVO blogs, SCVO policy briefings and press releases on Brexit topics here.

https://scvo.scot/support/running-your-organisation/planning-for-eu-exit-brexit

After the no vote: Scotland must control energy policy

Post referendum, Scotland needs more energy powers

https://tfn.scot/news/after-the-no-vote-scotland-must-control-energy-policy

SIS Group sees lending return to pre-pandemic levels

The financial results reflect the group’s strategic action plan post-pandemic.

https://tfn.scot/news/sis-group-sees-lending-return-to-pre-pandemic-levels

Health visitor shortage spells doom for Named Person

The Scottish Conservatives say a serious shortage of health visitors will make the Scottish Government's new named person scheme unworkable

https://tfn.scot/news/health-visitor-shortage-spells-doom-for-named-person

Scottish anti-abortion group denies links to religious extremists

Questions have been asked about links between Compassion Scotland and American hate groups.

https://tfn.scot/news/scottish-anti-abortion-group-denies-links-to-religious-extremists

Spring Statement Briefing from SCVO and Volunteer Scotland

Support for charities to safely reduce energy use, such as releasing social finance and grants for energy,In Scotland rising energy costs are the most pressing rising cost issue, impacting 48% of organisations,voluntary organisations and local authorities in Scotland a clear commitment to the future of Levelling Up post

https://scvo.scot/p/58267/2023/03/13/spring-statement-briefing-from-scvo-and-volunteer-scotland

Scotland needs new economic model that puts people at heart of economy

SCVO media release 7 May 2014 For immediate release The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations,For further info or to request an interview, please contact Charlotte McNeill, Communications & Press

https://scvo.scot/p/4717/2014/05/07/scotland-needs-new-economic-model-that-puts-people-at-heart-of-economy

#benefitcap: civil society must keep fighting unjust policies

The rhetoric and press coverage surrounding the welfare cap suggests that the Coalition Government’s,The worst outcome post September would be if nothing changes.

https://scvo.scot/p/4003/2014/03/26/benefitcap-civil-society-must-keep-fighting-unjust-policies