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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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SCVO Annual Review 2020-21

We have worked in partnership with Scottish Government on the pandemic response as well as on policy,We worked with Scottish Government and independent grant-makers to create a Coronavirus Funding Hub offering,We also worked with the Scottish Government and a wide range of partners to develop and deliver the Connecting,funding to the voluntary sector through our new Coronavirus Funding Hubpartnered in the development,and delivery of a £50 million Wellbeing Fund (small and large grants) and £45 million Communities and

https://scvo.scot/about/work/annual-review/html

SCVO Impact Report 2021/22

Group on Ukraine Scottish Government’s group on Successor to EU funding Community Planning Improvement,by funded by SCVO, The Scottish Government, The National Lottery Community Fund and The William Grant,community and connecting them to technology to enhance support for health and wellbeing.,Working with Scottish Government and local government on employability, particularly the implications,Dealing with European funding for the sector at a Scottish Government, UK Government and EU level has

https://scvo.scot/about/work/impact-2021-22

Coronavirus and Scotland Follow up, Scottish Affairs Select Committee - response from SCVO

How adequate was UK Government and Scottish Government support for your industry or sector to get back,Scottish Government The Scottish Government acted quickly to provide emergency financial support, as,UK government support Voluntary organisations in Scotland made use of the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme,The Scottish Government split the emergency funds between direct funds to specific organisations and,These emergency wellbeing funds supported a range of actions including co-ordination of food and grocery

https://scvo.scot/p/60273/2023/06/26/coronavirus-and-scotland-follow-up-scottish-affairs-select-committee-response-from-scvo

Charities invited to apply to £50m fund

The Wellbeing Fund aims to assist third sector organisations working with people impacted by the coronavirus

https://tfn.scot/news/charities-invited-to-apply-to-50m-fund

Vital coronavirus fund re-opens for applications

Those who missed out on initial funding from the Wellbeing Fund are invited to apply, with more than

https://tfn.scot/news/vital-coronavirus-fund-re-opens-for-applications

£8m boost for wellbeing projects across Scotland

More than 300 organisations across the country are delivering vital support to help communities cope

https://tfn.scot/news/8m-boost-for-wellbeing-projects-across-scotland

Funding aims to help autistic people feel connected

The Scottish Government has announced new funds for charities that are helping to support autistic people,through the coronavirus pandemic

https://tfn.scot/news/funding-aims-to-help-autistic-people-feel-connected

£30m pledge to Scottish charities

The emergency funding is part of a wider £750 million package which aims to support organisations across

https://tfn.scot/news/30m-pledge-to-scottish-charities

£10m boost for community groups

Further significant funding has been allocated to groups that are leading the response to Covid-19 in

https://tfn.scot/news/10m-boost-for-community-groups

Half of charities fear running out of cash within months

A new study has shown the extent to which charities face a fight for their future, with demand surging but income falling rapidly

https://tfn.scot/news/half-of-charities-fear-running-out-of-cash-within-months