Thanks to our friends @EngageNews1 for sharing info about the Laureus Sport for Good Response Fund. Grant funding and in-kind support available to help ensure Sport for Development programmes can continue. More info here 👉 bit.ly/3fih2EX
Comic Relief have launched a £9m Change Makers programme. Funding for organisations looking at the social and structural changes needed to address the longer term impact of Covid-19 on communities. Open for applications Mon 13 July. Find out more 👉: bit.ly/2ZaEBKc
July's Sport and Social Enterprise Newsletter is out now. If you are subscribed it will have landed in your inbox (or maybe your junk 🤨), and if not you can read it online here: senscot.net/63030-2/pic.twitter.com/x5T6…
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I'm giving HR my reasons for leaving.
They sit there like psychiatrists, taking notes.
I was happy to begin with, I tell them…
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The Scottish Land Fu…
Social Entrepreneurs Network Scotland (Senscot) is registered as a Scottish charity under Scottish Charity No. SC029210 and as a limited company under Company Registration No. SC278156. It's registered office is at 21 Walker Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7HX.