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Charities lose out on PS600 million in Gift Aid cash

Charities miss out on £600 million in funding
Calls have been made to make the Gift Aid process simpler for charities and those donating
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Charities losing out as gangs attack collecting bins
Charities are losing a fortune following a spate of clothing recycling bin thefts
20 March 2018 by Graham Martin
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Goodmoves
Anti-sectarian project funding fears
Organisations which tackle religious prejudice in Scotland face losing their funding in less than a fortnight
19 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Hollywood actor takes aim at legal loan sharks
The Hollywood actor has created the End High Cost Credit Alliance, which aims to promote affordable lending for those excluded from mainstream credit
20 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Scots brave the mini-beast to raise cash for homeless
Scots raised over £15,000 for the homeless by taking part in the Bethany Big Sleep Out in Edinburgh and Glasgow
19 March 2018 by Graham Martin
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Reading challenge to be extended
The First Minister's Reading Challenge is run by the Scottish Book Trust and aims to get youngsters reading for pleasure
19 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Half a million available for youth groups
Heritage, community and sports groups across Scotland can benefit from good cause cash
19 March 2018 by Graham Martin
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Women of Influence awards recognise the remarkable
Action for Children's annual fundraiser was held in Glasgow this weekend
19 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Call for change to university admissions to boost disabled student numbers
The One in Five campaign wants to see disability recognised as a fundamental part of university admissions
19 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Island set for community takeover
Residents of Ulva have secured £4.4 million and hope to buy land using new community empowerment legislation
19 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Offensive behaviour at football act binned by politicians
Supporters have been warned that they could still face prosecution for behaving unacceptably
16 March 2018 by Gareth Jones
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Poll: should greyhound racing be banned?
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Former senior figures from the World Bank and the United Nations (UN) will lead an independent commission into the sex scandal that has engulfed Oxfam
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Support call for people struggling with prescription drugs
Campaigners who want a discussion on the use of drugs such as anti-depressants and benzodiazepines have taken their fight to the Scottish Parliament
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Charities still struggling to embrace digital technology
The 2018 Charity Digital Skills report has shown that progress in the sector improving its digital capabilities is slow
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Industry figures shows the welfare toll taken on racing dogs
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Hey Girls is Scotland’s top business startup
Virgin StartUps has recognised period poverty social enterprise Hey Girls as an outstanding new business
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Intense child poverty affects affluent areas
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“Like slave labour”: time to ban unpaid shift work
MPs, unions and campaigners are demanding a blanket ban on “exploitative” unpaid shift work
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To notify or not to notify: that is the question!
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OSCR names new board members
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