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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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sentiment is echoed in the report on the National Digital Ethics Public Panel.1 The Panel developed three ‘Statements,Across the three Statements of Expectation, the panel attributed a range of responsibility across government,It is the beginning of a post-pandemic roadmap to define where we’re at, where we need to go and the

New service delivery models

Pinned posts that stay at the top of your feed are useful for this. ,quickly, a Twitter thread or ‘view-only’ link to a Google Doc is more accessible and just as quick to post,If you’re capturing any personal data through a form or booking system, you will need a privacy statement,See also our blog post on questions about privacy and security when using Zoom.If you’re running a Zoom


A volunteer policy is a written statement of the aims and values of an organisation, and the role that,volunteer the importance of their role, and help them decide themselves whether they are suitable for the post

Cost of living & the #RunningCostsCrisis

SCVO welcomes Scottish Government’s latest commitment to progress Fairer Funding - read the latest statement,Good governance and difficult decision making Rethinking reserves Property options in a post-pandemic

Does Levelling Up have a future?

A clear commitment to the future of Levelling Up post-2025 is urgently needed to provide certainty for

Spring Statement Briefing from SCVO and Volunteer Scotland

In a letter to the Treasury the Civil Society Group have called for the Spring Statement to include:,The Spring Statement can and should support organisations with these financial pressures.,voluntary organisations and local authorities in Scotland a clear commitment to the future of Levelling Up post,In a recent survey by Volunteer Glasgow, over 70% of people said that a statement provided by the DWP

SCVO response to the Social Justice & Social Security Committee: Charities (Regulation & Administration) (Scotland) Bill

Accounts and the Scottish Charity Register Requirement on OSCR to publish the statements of account for,exempted from being included in the Register on safety grounds will never be included in published statements,Removal from the Scottish Charity Register of unresponsive charities that fail to submit statements of,expect the way in which these concerns have been addressed to be suitably communicated to charities in post-legislation,from the regulator towards the engagement, communication, guidance, and support that will be required post-legislation

National third sector bodies join forces on Brexit

Umbrella organisations for the voluntary sector in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are putting pressure on the UK government

OSCR announces permanent CEO

Good news for interim CEO

Interim leadership team for children’s charity

Simon Massey and Amy Woodhouse will lead Children in Scotland for the rest of the year, with Jackie Brock on a leave of absence