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Children admit to bullying others about their looks

Changing Faces say youngsters with a disfigurement are struggling with a very hostile school environment

23rd May 2018 by Susan Smith

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The clock is ticking for vulnerable children

Vulnerable children who don't get access to support quickly are ending up struggling with far bigger problems later in life

23rd May 2018 by Susan Smith

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Help lotteries raise much more, Dame Ellen MacArthur tells MSPs

Campaign is calling for the limit on how much society lotteries can raise in a year to increase from £10m to £100m

23rd May 2018 by Susan Smith

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Charity marks 50th year with funding call to arms

Cyrenians is looking to raise £500,000 from the business community to boost support for the homeless in Edinburgh

23rd May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Campaign calls for Scotland to take a stand against Brexit

Declaration: Scotland for Europe has been backed by representatives of 40 civil society groups and actor Brian Cox

23rd May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Charities snubbed in £475m fund plea

The Attorney General has rejected calls for a dormant charity's funds to be handed to good causes

22nd May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Multi-million pound fund open for applications

Groups can get funding to tackle one of society's biggest problems

22nd May 2018 by Robert Armour

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Recovery cafe finds new home

The Serenity Cafe has been saved after charity Comas secured a new base in Edinburgh

22nd May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Westminster means testing plan could see disabled lose jobs

A key employment subsidy is to be axed – putting more than 600 disabled workers in Scotland out of work

22nd May 2018 by Graham Martin

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Staff to go at Oxfam UK

The international development charity has said it will have to lose staff at home and abroad in order to "live within our means" following sex scandal

21st May 2018 by Susan Smith

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Revealed: the extent of mountain hare slaughter in Scotland

The true extent of mountain hare slaughter in Scotland has been revealed for the first time

21st May 2018 by Graham Martin

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Call for cars to be banned from school gates

Living Streets has said action is needed to encourage more youngsters to walk to school

21st May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Intergenerational pen pal project secures funding boost

A new initiative from Contact the Elderly will link primary school pupils with isolated older people

21st May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Funds provided for smart asthma treatments

Asthma UK has teamed up with the Scottish Government in a bid to improve how the condition is treated

21st May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Sun shines for Glasgow Race for Life

More than 7,000 people took part in the annual Cancer Research UK event at Glasgow Green

21st May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Harry and Meghan reveal preferred charity gift list

Instead of presents, guests at the Royal Wedding were asked to donate to a list of seven good causes

21st May 2018 by Robert Armour

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The terrible toll stress is taking on our young people

Six out of ten Scottish young people have felt so stressed by pressure to succeed they are unable to cope

18th May 2018 by Graham Martin

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Whale Trail set to bring tourism boost

The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust will lead a project to secure Scotland's position as a world-class whale watching destination

18th May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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New controller allows those with limited mobility to play games

A new device will allow those with disabilities to tailor controls, allowing them to access the full suite of Xbox games

18th May 2018 by Gareth Jones

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