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Senscot's vision is of a socially just Scotland, served by a thriving social economy

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We support the social economy

Our mission is to establish and maintain a national support network for community activists and their social enterprises

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Our activities include:

Connecting and informing social enterprises across Scotland.

Supporting local and thematic social enterprise networks.

Working with others to establish new services for the sector.


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The latest update on community and social economy issues from the Senscot bulletin, including founder Laurence Demarco’s personal take on the week’s events.

It is also includes The SENs weekly update, a roundup of Social Enterprise Network activity, with news, events and funding opportunities for social enterprises.

Senscot News

Senscot AGM – Friday 6th March 2020 (13.15-14.30) …

19th February 2020
Senscot, February 2020 Senscot was first established as an unincorporated association in July 1999. In 2004…

Senscot AGM …

13th February 2020
Senscot Governance – Proposed Amendments Senscot was first established as an unincorporated organisat…
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Social Enterprise News

Voluntary Sector Values

27th February 2020
A blog by Martin Crewe, Director of Barnardo's Scotland 28th January 2020 Martin Crewe, Director of Barn…

Social Firms Scotland AGM

27th February 2020
Thursday, 5th March 2020 BTO Solicitors, 48 St Vincent St, Glasgow G2 5HS We hope you can join us at o…
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Social Enterprise Jobs

‘The Great Grub Share’ Pop up café and food swap Co-ordinator Contract

Location: Edinburgh
Company: Edinburgh Old Town Development Trust (EOTDT)
Salary: £29,000 - £34,000

Fundraiser (Trusts and Grants)

Location: Lossiemouth, Moray
Company: Outfit Moray
Salary: £29,000 - £34,000
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Open Aye CIC – February 2020

Open Aye provides engaging photography and videos for charity, social enterprise and community sector clients. It specialises in creating visual stories which show positive social change – and aim to accurately reflect Scotland’s people, places, issues and solutions.

Open Aye’s team of professional photographers help clients to demonstrate their social impact, through authentic, representative and ethical imagery.