The latest articles and ideas from Inspiring Scotland and our partners.
Move On, a charity in Inspiring Scotland’s 14:19 and intandem funds, has been working with pro bono volunteer and HR expert Lynn Reid over an extended period of time to look at some ongoing staffing and organisationalÂ challenges. Lynn has been able to commit time to the project thanks to the flexible working approach and corporateRead More
Resilience is more important now than ever for the charity sector â€“ but it is just the beginning of the journey we need to take, says Julia Abel, Head of Funds. Being resilient to shocks and change is more important for the charity sector now than it has ever been. I need hardly utter why;Read More
Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Pro Bono team has been working with J.P. Morgan over the last two years. Through its Force for Good program, J.P. Morgan provides, on a pro bono basis, expertise in innovative technology to local charitable organisations. The bankâ€™s Force for Good initiative leverages the power of technology and people to inspire change, fosterRead More
The 29th of January 2018 marks 10 years since Inspiring Scotland was founded. The story of our first 10 years is a story about people, a lot of people, the relationships we have built with one another, and the impact we have been able to create together. We started with the ambition of tackling theRead More
Mental Health has been a taboo for a long time. It is encouraging to see the topic going up the agenda and becoming a subject of lively conversation, not just amongst professionals but with family and friends too. It is slowly but surely becoming looked at for its universal relevance and central importance to ourRead More
Our vision for Scotland is achievable, says Chief Executive Celia Tennant. A Scotland without poverty or disadvantage â€“ that is our vision. It is not going to be easy to achieve. But we know from experience when people, communities, charities and government all work together, remarkable things can be accomplished. We want to tackle someRead More
Tackling societies biggest issues depends on very special types of people on the frontline. At Link Up we have been analysing what the critical factors are that make our workers most effective in connecting the communities in which they work. Â Since 2012 Inspiring Scotlandâ€™s Link Up Programme has been leading efforts in actively tackling inequalityRead More
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