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23rd September 2019

Cash for Culture from Voluntary Arts Scotland was created to help voluntary-led cultural groups navigate the funding landscape. The publication has been updated for 2019. Download a free copy at voluntaryarts.org/cash-for-culture or email info@vascotland.org.uk to request…
He said: “Our mission at Project Heather is to make the Sustainable Development Goals, and beyond, feasible and achievable. Project Heather integrates the routes most likely to move capital at the greatest speed and scale to the kinds of projects that most urgently address risks…
This is the first major redraft of the code in almost a decade, following a consultation in autumn 2018. Improvements have been made to style, presentation, clarity and accessibility to make it easier for fundraisers, charities and third-party organisations to understand the stan…
Citizens Advice Scotland has called for funding to be made to individuals as well as larger organisations. Spokesman Dr Jamie Stewart said: "While this investment is focussed on businesses and organisations, it's essential that similar packages are available to those who currentl…
It was part of the Scotland-wide Oor Wullie's Bucket Trail over the summer - and one of 60 in the capital. The Edinburgh auction raised £318,000 for the Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity. The artist who made the statues has now pledged to make and gift a small Oor Wullie scul…
“We’ve all been lured in by the free trial deals and become stuck with services we don’t even use,” said CAF’s Caroline Mallan. “With consumers wasting an eye-watering £800m on these deals, we wondered if people would rather see some of that money put to better use?” More than a…
Speaking ahead of the climate strikes today (Friday), Citizens Advice Scotland strategic lead for fair markets, Dr Jamie Stewart said it is vital that inequalities are not increased. “The climate emergency is now firmly on the agenda,” he said. “We are seeing commitments from pol…

£3m for community projects

19th September 2019

Fraser Mackenzie, chairperson of Strathpeffer Pavilion Community Trust, said: “This is a remarkable day for the Pavilion. I'm sure the good news will not only be celebrated by the community of Strathpeffer but throughout the Highland and Island region that the pavilion has served…
During her visit, the First Minister met with arts and heritage officer Louise Briggs, who introduced her to artists based in the studio spaces, members of the Studio Pavilion staff team, and artist and constituent Tessa Lynch (who is exhibiting in the current show, Stoop Stoop S…
She added: “Those same values are at the core of the global discussion on ethical finance, a discussion that has a natural home in Edinburgh the heart of Scotland’s thriving financial sector, with a long history and global reputation for innovation. “Ethical Finance 2019 will bri…

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