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David Gray, Gannochy Trust chairman, said: “Inspired by the philanthropic vision of our founder A K Bell, the Gannochy Trust has a long and proud history of supporting our local community. We recognise that during the Covid-19 outbreak, the good work of charities is more importan…
Most recently Walker has worked as a marketing and business development consultant, and was previously chief executive of Craft Scotland from 2008 until 2014. She also served as mental health spokesperson for the Scottish Liberal Democrats until February of this year. “It is a pr…
In particular, it highlights a significant backlog of cancelled operations and procedures; patients continuing to need treatment for Covid-19 until a vaccine is found; services needing to contend with regular winter pressures and Covid-19 during the winter of 2020 and A&E service…
Susan Pinkney, head of research at CAF, said: “We know the effect of this crisis meant that just when so many charities were facing incredible demand for services, their ability to deliver was also curtailed. “So many charities have impressed with their ability to move quickly to…
Edition 1: August 2018 August 2018 features: TFN focus on charity status; Shelter Scotland at 50; profile of Belu Water's Karen Lynch ... and more Edition 2: September 2018 In September 2018's edition: the charity retail revolution; TFN focus: life below the breadline; profile of…
How the sector is responding to the crisis #NeverMoreNeeded
How the sector is responding to the crisis #NeverMoreNeeded
Amyleigh Crumlish, 22, from Greenock, developed postpartum depression after the birth of her son Alexander two years ago. She says support from Home-Start has been invaluable to her recovery. “They go above and beyond to make sure my son and I are both okay and I don’t know how I…

RNLI in beach warning

27th May 2020

However the charity has said that it has had little time to adapt to how it will keep visitors and its staff safe when the virus still poses a risk. In an open letter, RNLI chief executive Mark Dowie said: “Safety advice and warnings will only go so far when people are desperate…
Sustrans deputy chief executive John Lauder, who is based in Edinburgh, said: “We are encouraged to see walking, cycling and wheeling being central to the government’s plan to enable people to travel safely during Covid-19. “We have been delighted with the response to our Spaces…

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