Culture & Leisure

The impact of small-scale philanthropy

Susan Smith meets philanthropist David Graham, the man behind the new Social Impact Theatre (SIT-UP) Award at this year’s Fringe Festival.

17th August 2018 by Susan Smith

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Goodmovers 07/12/2018 - who has a new job?

Goodmovers 07/12/2018 - who has a new job?

7th December 2018 by TFN

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Premium Cafés with a conscience: capital service in city centre gem

This month’s review of a social enterprise eatery sees Susan Smith visit the Grassmarket Café, a popular stop off for locals and tourists in Edinburgh’s old tow

3rd December 2018 by Susan Smith

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Premium Doddie is driving MND research forwards

My Name’5 Doddie Foundation has raised £1m in just a year. Gareth Jones talks to trustee Jill Douglas about the challenges of setting up a charity.

23rd November 2018 by Gareth Jones

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I died in the back of an ambulance, but went on to embrace life

To mark Alcohol Awareness Week 2018, David Richardson discusses his life of alcoholism, adversity and recovery with TFN blogger Dan Mushens

21st November 2018 by TFN Guest

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Goodmovers Friday, 16 November 2018

Goodmovers: who has a new job?

16th November 2018 by TFN

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Premium Mighty strides forward: how the Kiltwalk was saved

Sir Tom Hunter writes exclusively for TFN on how the Kiltwalk was saved

23rd October 2018 by TFN Guest

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Premium Charity shops winning the high-street war

TFN investigates how charities are faring on the high street and what the future holds for charity retail

28th September 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Goodmovers 21/09/2018 - who has a new job?

Goodmovers 21/09/2018 - who has a new job?

21st September 2018 by TFN

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Cafes with a conscience: Wild Olive Tree

This month Robert Armour visited the Wild Olive Tree, situated in the heart of Glasgow on Buchanan Street

17th August 2018 by Robert Armour

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Global good, profit, partnership and movie stars – it’s the Social Enterprise World Forum

Global good, profit, partnership and movie stars will be on everyone's lips at this year's Social Enterprise World Forum in Edinburgh in September

28th June 2018 by Susan Smith

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Scotland enjoys the Big Lunch

The annual event, created by the Eden Project, sees communities come together to enjoy food and conversation

5th June 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Work relating to death does not have to be miserable

Mark Hazelwood, chief executive of the Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care and Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief says he is enjoying living life

28th May 2018 by TFN Guest

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Minimum pricing for alcohol in Scotland arrives after long wait

After five years of legal battles, a minimum price of 50p per unit will be set from next week

24th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Goodmovers 23/02/2018

Goodmovers - who has a new job?

23rd February 2018 by TFN

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Social enterprise gym is going from strength to strength

Projekt 42 aims to provide a fitness space for all, whilst promoting good physical and mental health

11th January 2018 by Gareth Jones

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