Families & Young People

Ten good gifts for Christmas

TFN looks at a range of gift options for those that want to make a difference this festive season

20th November 2017 by Gareth Jones

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Chief Encounters: Mark Ballard on selling out his 16-year-old self

The new director of Save the Children in Scotland is proud to be working to help children from Paisley to the Philippines

14th November 2017 by TFN Staff

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Good Movers 27/10/17 - who’s got a new job?

Good Movers - who's got a new job?

27th October 2017 by TFN

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Winners of Scotland’s Dementia Awards revealed

The ceremony celebrates innovative and creative projects

3rd October 2017 by Gareth Jones

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The Yard proves its worth to the wider community

The charity - which works with disabled children and their families - undertook research into its return on investment

8th September 2017 by Gareth Jones

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Chief Encounters: Paul Reddish on abandoning his dad in a service station loo!

Project Scotland's chief executive is doing what makes him happy

21st August 2017 by TFN Staff

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Street Soccer Scotland shows it’s in a league of its own

Jolene Campbell uncovers the secret of the success of this year's Charity of the Year winner

27th July 2017 by Jolene Campbell

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Good Movers - who’s going where in the third sector

Good Movers - who's going where in Scotland's third sector

8th June 2017 by TFN

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Chief encounters: Rosyln Neely is in at 7am and never grumpy

The chief executive of Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity says it's all about the mission, not the name

2nd May 2017 by TFN Guest

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Chief encounters: Dawn Fyfe

Chief encounters: Dawn Fyfe, SAY Women

10th March 2017 by TFN

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The toughest job in politics?

Robert Armour met Scotland’s welfare minister Jeane Freeman to find out how she aims to create a fairer benefits system for Scots during a period of austerity

2nd February 2017 by Robert Armour

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Chief encounters: Susie Williamson of Seamab

Find out what makes Susie Williamson of Seamab tick

23rd January 2017 by TFN

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Scouts Scotland: redefining itself for the 21st century

As scouting celebrates its highest popularity in generations, Paul Cardwell visited Scouts Scotland’s adventure centre at Lochgoilhead

7th December 2016 by Paul Cardwell

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Chief encounters: Chris Martin on taking risks and procrastinating

Chief executive of Callander Youth Project Trust Chris Martin won the Exceptional Employee award at the Scottish Charity Awards 2016

14th June 2016 by TFN Staff

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Goodmovers | Who has a new job in the voluntary sector | 17 May 2016

Find out who has been appointed to fill some of the biggest roles in the third sector in our latest Goodmovers round-up.

17th May 2016 by Paul Cardwell

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Chief Encounters: Rosi Prescott

Chief Encounters: Rosi Prescott

7th April 2016 by TFN

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Moving on up the career ladder

Finding work is hard but by volunteering and retaining a positive mental attitude, you can achieve your goal says Julie Shaw

2nd March 2016 by Robert Armour

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Chief encounters:  Does society recognise the enormous contribution made by charities?

​A trip by train to Aberdeen is more preferable than a flight to New York for Mary De la Peña MBE, chief executive of Children’s University Scotland

11th January 2016 by Paul Cardwell

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The Big TFN 2015 Quiz

Angelina Jolie, David Mundell, John Lewis and Coldplay – there has been some big names linked to charities this year. But do you know why? Take our quiz!

10th December 2015 by Paul Cardwell

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