The Directory of Social Change (DSC), in Association with Veterans Scotland and Cobseo are proud to announce the publication of the new report Sector Insight: Armed Forces Charities in Scotland.
This freely available report, funded by the Forces in Mind Trust provides an illuminating overview and analysis of the armed forces charity sector in Scotland.
The research presented is invaluable for charities policy makers, government and those interested in the armed forces charity sector through the detailed information on such topics as:
- How many armed forces charities are registered in Scotland
- Financial information on charities
- Classification of charity types and Service affiliation
- The impact of cross-border charities
- The provision made across the sector
- Recommendations for the future
‘Charities will benefit from the clearly detailed evidence in the report. The findings will be a valuable catalyst to encourage further partnership working, collaboration and effective communication between both armed forces charities and other third sector stakeholders.’ Colonel (Retired) Martin Gibson, OBE, DL Chair of Veterans Scotland and member of the Confederation of Service Charities Executive Committee
‘Unique for both the Scottish charity sector and the armed forces charities community alike, this report is bold in its scope, comprehensive in its methodology and illuminating in its content.’ Debra Allcock Tyler Chief Executive, Directory of Social Change
Sector Insight: Armed Forces Charities in Scotland report follows on from Sector Insight, UK Armed Forces Charities: An Overview and Analysis, published in 2014, which provided an overview and analysis of the armed forces charity sector. Both are part of a wider project which also includes a searchable online resource.
This resource features details of all the armed forces charities in the UK which are analysed as the basis for our reports.
Executive Summary of the new report Sector Insight: Armed Forces Charities in Scotland.