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Volunteering is one of the most rewarding things you can do.
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Volunteer Scotland is part of a coalition of eleven charities that has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to call for action to tackle the spiralling fuel costs crisis which is damaging the voluntary sector across the UK.
Social Justice Secretary Shona Robison launched Scotland’s Volunteering Action Plan on Wednesday 15th June at SCVO’s The Gathering.
We talk to some of the dancers from A&M Training about their experience at the Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony.
Jo Haythornthwaite tells us a little bit about the Maryhill Integration Network, her role there and the work that they do.
We speak to volunteers at Stirling Library Outreach Service to find out what they do and how it helps.