The 2016 Scottish Charity Awards are now open for entries in seven categories.
Has your organisation achieved something special this year? Does your charity have an exceptional employee? Do you know somebody who has made an outstanding contribution to a charity or cause?
The annual Scottish Charity Awards are run by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) and celebrate the achievements of the third sector.
The Climate Challenge Fund is now open for applications.
Climate Change Minister Aileen McLeod has confirmed the fund will continue for another year, after it was allocated £10.3 million in the Scottish Government’s Draft Budget 2016-17.
Community groups across Scotland are now being invited to apply for a share of over £10 million to promote action against climate change.
Dr McLeod said:
Scottish Rural Action have announced that the first Scottish Rural Summit will take place on 24 November in East Lothian.
This event will bring together invited representatives from the public sector, rural communities and others to look at opportunities for rural Scotland to be empowered, connected and sustainable.