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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 digital delivery privacy notice

Who we are Digital Champion Training, Digital Checkup, DigiShift, Design Hops and the Senior Leaders,, Digital Checkup, DigiShift, Design Hops or the Senior Leaders Programme we collect information about,Leadership development programme with monthly meetings and interactive support from SCVO Digital team,Regular networking events.,For as long as you are receiving digital support from SCVO we may send you occasional ‘special’ digital

New service delivery models

, see our How To Guide: Digital Services SCVO in collaboration with Third Sector Lab are also supporting,organisations to share best practice through regular DigiShift zoom calls, DigiListen podcasts and blogs,For live events when you can’t meet face-to-face Cast have an excellent guide on preparing and running,in a Mailchimp umessage A WhatsApp or bulk text message with a survey link More information See SCVO events,calendar for details of upcoming DigiShift zoom calls, and this resource page for access to call recordings

Coronavirus Third Sector Information Hub

We are still providing guidance and support to help organisations respond to the pandemic, but this is,now part of our main website: HR and employment Digital support Finding funding Events Celebrating the,Other key topics were coronavirus restrictions (10% of traffic), employee support (10% of traffic) and,digital change (5% of all traffic).,We used this to develop hundreds of webinars (like our Opendoor and DigiShift webinars), with help from

SCVO Digital Call To Action 3

gets digital Themes and key next steps Our ask to funders and support organisations Introduction This,During this time of change, over 2,500 organisations came to 50 DigiShift community calls to develop,, training and support.,Our digital champions provided person-centred support to help people to get the most out of the devices,With thanks to The DigiShift Community and all of the inspirational organisations we’ve worked with Wm

SCVO Annual Review 2020-21

support, development of digital platforms and delivery of a shared funding platformtransforming the,offering ‘quick fix’ emergency digital support service to 60 organisations.,Our digital team has hosted 40 free #DigiShift webinars and six Cyber Scotland Week events for hundreds,to support learning and developing long term digital skills.,To-date, over 40,000 households have been supported and 2,700 Digital Champions have been trained to

SCVO Impact Report 2022/23

These findings continue to be pivotal in shaping SCVO's policy, digital, communications and support activities,This emergency work took place alongside our continued support of digitally excluded households across,Had the chance to learn directly from digital experts 112 Digital checkups 35 Topical digital training,sessions with 627 learners 12 DigiShift community calls were attended by 527 people 43,000 SCVO digital,webpage views 60 organisations received Cyber Readiness Check support calls Digital inclusion SCVO’s

Why not hybrid? Reflection on The Gathering 2022

Earlier this month, we launched our new Digital Call to Action at an in-person event, ahead of an online,Folk on Twitter pointed out that this wasn’t good enough – how could we talk about a digitally-confident,Firstly, our own recent experience of DigiShift and our topical digital training is that fully online,Part of the answer is that digital evolution is all about responding to raised expectations: https://,Our experience with DigiShift community calls is that organisations of all sizes come with ideas and

Agile Working and Risk Management

Our Digishift on developing a post pandemic digital strategy provides some helpful tips here too about,planning for digital inclusion in communities.,Some of this takes time and trust, with the organisation that is supporting them, with the learners they,If in doubt, reach out to Volunteer Scotland for more support and resources.,“What if no-one shows up to our event?”

Building big digital movements

At this week’s DigiShift, we heard from Paul de Gregorio, founder of Rally and a leading digital engagement,this, it’s really important to be able to engage and inspire lots of people, and respond rapidly to events,This helps them see what engages their supporters and reinforces the sense that they are doing things,How can you articulate to leadership that people who support a cause/organisation are not a 'tool' i.e,while, it’s worth catching up again on this DigiShift call.

Digital evolution – a longer view

SCVO has been supporting the Scottish Voluntary Sector to make better use of digital for around ten years,support.,Our second ‘Digitally Confident Third Sector’ event built on that initial vision and dug into how organisations,At that event we had a vibrant community of digital changemakers from right across the third sector,,Agile, responsive and impactful: reaching and supporting service users digitally will mean that the third

Our work to help organisations grow their digital capacity is supported by: