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Charities warned against profiteering awards company

Charities warned against profiteering awards company
Charities have voiced their unease over a private company which is targeting Scotland’s third sector, setting up an awards ceremony to generate cash
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Family charity in closure threat
Dads Rock has launched an urgent appeal for support - with its funding due to dry up before Christmas
28 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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What you can do this #GivingTuesday
The antidote to Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Giving Tuesday - your chance to get into the Christmas spirit early by making a donation to charity
27 November 2017 by Susan Smith
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Goodmoves
Service Manager
Organisation: Aberlour
Salary: (plus 5% unsocial hours allowance)
Location: Fife, Dunfermline
Closing Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2017
Digital Skills Officer x3
Organisation: RNIB Scotland
Salary: 18 hours per week. Fixed Term Contract until 31 July 2018.
Location: Perth, Inverness or Kirkcaldy
Closing Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2017
Public Affairs Manager (Scotland)
Organisation: Cancer Research UK
Salary: Permanent.
Location: Edinburgh
Closing Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2017
Regional Engagement Manager
Organisation: Diabetes UK
Salary: 35 hours per week Permanent
Location: Home-based in North/Central Scotland
Closing Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2017
Campaign targets shocking levels of domestic abuse in Polish communities
Two thirds of women who seek refuge in Edinburgh because of domestic abuse are from a Polish background
27 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Brave Leva looks forward to a special birthday
Nominations are open for the Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens Star Awards, which recognises little fighters who have overcome the illness
28 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Fighting stigma is central to cutting HIV infections
A new action plan has been launched to help Scotland reach zero new HIV infections by fighting the stigma of disease
28 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Charity lottery raises £1m in first year
The Scottish Children's Lottery has supported more than 50 projects since it started
27 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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More gay and bisexual men able to donate blood
New rules - which have been introduced across the UK - have been welcomed by the Equality Network
28 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Politicians to discuss gender based violence
Equalities secretary Angela Constance has said a clear message needs to be sent that violence against women is never acceptable
28 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Sport and literature team up for fundraiser
The Eric Liddell Centre has pulled in Scottish Rugby's Chris Paterson and author Alexander McCall Smith for its inaugural fundraiser
27 November 2017 by Susan Smith
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Scots are wasting hundreds a year on unwanted subscriptions
Citizens Advice Scotland has said that people are spending over £50 per month on unwanted subscriptions like gym memberships
27 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Funding boost for welfare impact projects
More than £280,000 has been allocated to help third sector organisations tackle the effects of the cuts
27 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Group vows to continue Named Person fight
Campaigners have said they will launch a second legal fight if the bill is voted in
27 November 2017 by Gareth Jones
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Courses on offer to charity shop volunteers
Barnardo's Scotland has launched a new scheme which allows volunteers to gain qualifications
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Book Week shows Scots are still in love with the printed word
More than two-thirds of people in Scotland plan to give books as Christmas gifts, according to a new poll commissioned for the start of Book Week
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BB members raise funds for project
Youngsters have been working to secure funds to support environmental efforts in Bangladesh
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Campaign aims to end gender based violence
The Edinburgh chapter of 16 Days of Activism will be launched this weekend
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Age of uncertainty: less people support charities providing public services
There has been a drop in the number of people enthusiastic about seeing charities providing public services
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Comedian aims to help single parent families this Christmas
One Parent Families Scotland has launched its Twelve Weans of Christmas Appeal
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Advice service sees huge spike in Universal Credit concerns
Queries about the welfare reforms have almost tripled, Citizens Advice Scotland has revealed
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Work of carers is not being recognised
New research released to mark Carers Rights Day has shown that nearly half of the population do not know a carer
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Police called in over Youth Parliament sexual harassment claims
The Scottish Youth Parliament contacted police after complaints were raised about sexual harassment
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Wise Group announces new chief executive
One of Scotland's biggest social enterprises has a new man at the helm with a background in private industry
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Awards search for humanitarian heroes
The Robert Burns Humanitarian Awards aims to recognise those who have improved the lives of others
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I had to move school seven times because of bullying
Dallas, 20, is one of the thousands of youngsters with a disability who contacted Childline, after he was bullied because of autism
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Is Christmas too commercial?
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