Research project investigates digital use by vulnerable in the region
Charity Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway is collecting data on the nature of exclusion to develop a wider understanding of what needs to change.
Citizens Advice Service here to help with current energy crisis
The Service is here to help with soaring energy bills, as prices rise and the cost of living increases.
Lodge opened after redevelopment for support service at Shambellie
The Lodge is the first part of the redevelopment project at Shambellie House to be completed.
Vacancies on offer as part of Long Term Unemployed 25+ project
A range of opportunities have been created across the Public and Third sectors, with each placement featuring a blend of training and on-the-job learning.
Regeneration project to reinvigorate rural D&G communities
Glentrool and Bargrennan Community Trust have received over £280,000 to help develop more affordable and sustainable housing in the area.
Home from hospital food packs to support health and social care in region
Alliance between Health and Social Care Partnership in partnership and local charity piloted.
Calling all entrepreneurial 16 to 25-year-olds in south of Scotland
The IGNITE programme is a short course, flexibly delivered over the month of March.
Work starts on charity Food Train’s new headquarters
Work on the former Dumfries and Galloway Council office building on English Street started this week, with the charity hoping to move in later this year.
Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund deadline passes
The Communities Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund in the south of Scotland has now closed to applications. For further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Solway Credit Union adds more than 100 new members during pandemic
The Solway Credit Union exists to provide low-cost and supportive credit to the people of Annandale and Eskdale, Nithsdale, and the Stewartry.
Wigtownshire charities recognised at Royal Carol Service
John Brennan and Kirsty Currie, together with their partners, were nominated by the Lord Lieutenant of Wigtown, Aileen Brewis.
Tree planting grant scheme sees first school planting day
The South of Scotland Tree Planting Grant Scheme supports the small-scale planting of Native Trees, providing biodiversity, carbon capture and other benefits to the landscape.