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...the latest from Volunteer Scotland
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has launched a major survey about how historic sites and heritage places affect our wellbeing.
Volunteer Scotland and SFA are working in partnership to support volunteers who need extra financial support to volunteer at Euro 2020 in Glasgow.
These events will provide you with the opportunity to discuss the PVG Disclosure Bill in greater detail. Various times and locations will be available.
Small Charity Week (17th- 22nd June) is the biggest event in the small charity calendar, providing free initiatives, competitions and support over six days for charities or local community organisations with an annual turnover under £1 million.
Thank you to everyone that helped up celebrate Volunteers' Week 2019.
We've put together some of the highlights from this year, including partner stats and top social media supporters.
Volunteers’ Week 2019 (1-7 June) may be drawing to a close, but the benefits for charities and voluntary organisations will be felt all year round thanks to a new and free online course.
Scotland's Urban Past have a fantastic opportunity for members of the public to contribute to their local heritage by becoming an ‘Urban Detective’.
2019 marks the 35th anniversary of Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) when thousands of charities and voluntary organisations across Scotland will hold events celebrating volunteering.
Volunteer fundraiser and community superhero, Keith Armour, has raised more than a quarter of a million pounds for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) by putting on five major sci-fi and pop-culture events in Edinburgh and Falkirk – Capital Sci-Fi Con and The Falkirk Invasion.
BBC Scotland’s new discussion programme, hosted by Stephen Jardine, is looking for you to be part of the audience and put your questions to the people in power.