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Thursday 20 June  |  Radisson Blu, Glasgow  |  #ScotCharityAwards


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.

Scottish Charity Awards winners - 2010

The Scottish Charity Awards 2010, in the prestigious Mansfield Traquair Centre in Edinburgh, saw the third sector celebrate the achievements of some of the most dedicated and successful voluntary organisations in Scotland.

Catherine Morrison, chair of Crossroads (Harris) Care Attendant Scheme is presented with the Scottish Charity of the Year Award by David Bell of Cooperative Bank.

Ann Moulds, who spearheaded the Action Scotland Against Stalking Campaign, with her Campaign of the Year award.

Jimmy McIntosh enjoys becoming the 2010 Scottish Charity Awards Charity Champion with Christine Kelly, of Edinburgh First.

Michael Mochrie of Serenity Cafe the Community Action Award winner with Anne Hudson of Markel UK

Vince McErlane of CCLA (left) with Kathleen MacMillan of the Big Partnership (representing the Anthony Nolan Trust) and Ally Boyle of Strathclyde Fire and Rescue celebrate winning the Partnership Award.

Charity of the Year

Crossroads (Harris) Care Attendant Scheme – WINNER
Epilepsy Connections
Go Country
Heart and Minds
Scottish Wildlife Trust – SPECIAL COMMENDATION

Campaign of the Year

Action Scotland Against Stalking – WINNER
British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland: Out Of Order
British Red Cross: Black and Minority Ethnic Capacity Building Project
Gypsy/Travellers Lives Project

Charity Champion

Jimmy McIntosh, Partners in Advocacy – WINNER
Bill Brown, CHILDREN 1ST
Edie Gledhill, FOCUS team
Robert Clark, St Ninian’s Junior Concert Party – SPECIAL COMMENDATION

Community Action

Serenity Café – WINNER
Interest Link Borders
Grandparents Parenting Again & Kinship Carers – SPECIAL COMMENDATION
The Light House Foundation

Partnership Award

The Anthony Nolan Trust and Strathclyde Fire and Rescue – WINNER
Banardo’s Scotland and Scottish and Southern Energy
Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) and Real Radio Scotland
The National Autistic Society Scotland and Harper Macleod LLP

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