CLAN Mini makes final journey before finding new home
A brand new Mini has made its final journey before being raffled off to raise funds and awareness for a leading north-east cancer support charity.
Touch of Tartan Ball raises £135k for CHILDREN 1ST's 130th birthday
A funky little Fiat 500 Pop, donated by Arnold Clark, has helped drive up donations to CHILDREN 1ST from this year’s Touch of Tartan ball to over £135,000.
Big Aberdeen Action
The ideas of many hundreds of Aberdonians make up The Big Aberdeen Action Plan published today by ACVO, the Third Sector Interface for Aberdeen.
Aberdeen bakery rises to the final of Big Lottery fund competition
A North-east bakery making a big social impact could be set to secure thousands of pounds of funding as part of a Big Lottery Fund competition.
Charity faces closure after 45 Years
Mental Health Charity and Social Enterprise, Send-it, is to close its doors after 45 years, following a decision by Aberdeen City Council to cut its funding.
Inspire's Deputy CEO retires after 37 years social care service
After a full and varied career of 37 years working in social care in the North East, covering all areas of work including Childcare, Mental Health, Criminal Justice and Learning Disabilities within statutory and the Third Sector, Rob Hughes is now retiring as deputy CEO from the leading North East of Scotland disability charity, Inspire PTL.
Triple celebration for Sue Ryder volunteers
ACVO are delighted that Sue Ryder, Aberdeen Services have become the first Sue Ryder service in the country to achieve the Volunteer Friendly Award.