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01 Nov The Tesco Charity Trust has announced that its Large Grants programme is open for applications.
01 Nov A PIioneering pilot scheme in Scottish secondary schools to tackle harassment, abuse and violence by men against women is to be rolled out to further council areas. The 40,000 pound project - developed by Strathclyde Police's Violence Reduction Unit - was introduced last year in two schools in Inverclyde and Edinburgh. Under the roll-out it will be taken up by secondaries in North Lanarkshire, the Borders, Perth and Kinross and East Ayrshire - with the involvement of more councils planned for the future.
26 Oct The Saltire Awards are the Scottish Government's new youth volunteering award for 12-25 year olds. These awards aim to strengthen the links between volunteering and schools and increase opportunities for young people to take part in volunteering within their local community.
26 Oct Pilotlight, the organisation that invites business leaders to mentor charities, is celebrating its fifth anniversary in Scotland this week.
Seven and a half million pounds goes to mentoring schemes for helping ex-offenders adapt to life on outside
26 Oct Millions of pounds of public money has been awarded to mentoring schemes designed to help criminals readjust to life outside prison and tackle substance misuse. The first awards from a seven and a half million Reducing Reoffending Change Fund have been awarded to 23 organisations.
26 Oct Chance UK is a charity offering mentoring to children aged 5-11 with behavioural difficulties, here they describe what the experience if like being a mentor with them and how commited volunteers are the key to their success.
26 Oct The Scottish Wholesale Association has been deluged with offers from senior industry figures keen to take part in its new mentoring scheme. The association, which unveiled the scheme at its summer conference, has taken the step to ensure the industry's most talented people realise their potential - for the benefit of the individuals and the sector as a whole.
18 Oct YouthLink Scotland has announced its sixth National Youth Worker of the Year Awards aimed at recognising outstanding service and performance by managers, youth workers and peer educators in the youth work field. Nominations are being accepted from now until Thursday 20th December.
17 Oct The Stanley Development Trust is recruiting a part-time Project Co-ordinator, to work 18 hours per week for a one year fixed contract (salary 21,111 pounds pro-rata). The closing date for all applications is 26th October 2012.
11 Oct In Fife, Kirkcaldy YMCA's 'Plus One' project supports children and young people at risk of offending, or who have already offended. Trained volunteer mentors keep in touch weekly through discussion and community activity.The aim is to help increase confidence and self esteem and get those at risk of offending actively involved in their education and community.