Comment on Covering costs to be Sustainable
Anonymous Senscot Bulletin Reader
Regarding covering costs to be sustainable (extract of your Bulletin comment on Muhammad Yunus below)
The idea th…
Glitter Beach wins the Pitch 2010 heat in Edinburgh
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Social Enterprise Ceilidh 2009 Programme
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Child care leader hits out at NSPCC
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Dear members and friends,
When I was in Spain recently, my aunt (my mother's sister) died at the age of 95 - I was pleased to be back in time for the funeral last Thursday. My aunts and uncles, on bot…
In praise of... grant funding
Martin Sime, Third Force News
There's a school of thought out there that all will be well if only the third sector can win some more contracts from government. F…
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