A North-east is set to overcome her hatred of gravy in honour of a charity close to her heart.
An Aberdeen charity is organising a sensory disco for children and adults with additional support needs.
The Oxfam aid scandal must not be used as “cover” by those who want the UK to slash the help it provides to poorer nations overseas, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Defending the UK’s foreign aid budget has been made harder by the Oxfam scandal, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.
An animal welfare centre has made a plea for people to help provide homes for horses and ponies – some who have been waiting to be relocated for more than a year.
An Easter egg appeal which has collected more than 45,000 chocolate creations over the years has returned.
Scotland’s charity regulator has dealt with 15 cases of alleged sexual misconduct within the sector in the past two years.
A North-east hotel is set to hold a murder mystery dinner to raise money for a cancer charity.
A North-east restaurant has marked its birthday by handing more than £35,000 to a cancer charity.
The International Development Secretary met with top law enforcement officials on Thursday to discusshow vulnerable people receiving charity aid can be protected from sex abuse.
Children with additional support needs and their families will get the chance to take part in a relaxed trampoline session in Aberdeen.
A Cafod employee accused of sexual misconduct when he worked for Oxfam in Haiti has been dismissed from his current role, the charity said.
Busking school pupils have helped launch a Scottish charity’s annual fundraising drive to help benefit some of the world’s poorest people.
A team of volunteers and staff from an Aberdeen charity are helping rough sleepers turn their lives around.
Allegations of sexual misconduct among senior Oxfam staff have rocked the charity, which receives millions of pounds of public money.
A new initiative to help men and women suffering from drug and alcohol addictions has been hailed a major success.
The charity watchdog is to begin its inquiry into Oxfam following the aid worker sex scandal which resulted in the resignation of one of its most senior figures.
Oxfam has issued an “unreserved apology” to the Government, donors, supporters and the people of Haiti in the wake of the aid worker sex scandal which resulted in the resignation of the charity’s deputy chief executive.
Oxfam’s deputy chief executive has quit in the wake of the aid worker sex scandal saying she was “ashamed” of what had happened.
A charity is looking for volunteers to help them open a new store in Aberdeen by the end of the month.
An Aberdeen mum who is taking on the London marathon is holding a charity night to raise cash for a charity close to her heart.
Here are some of the questions being asked about the Oxfam scandal:
Oxfam faces crisis talks with the Government as it deals with the fall-out following claims of sexual misconduct by aid workers.
The Government is reviewing its relationship with Oxfam amid growing criticism of the charity’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations against some of its staff.
The Government is reviewing its relationship with Oxfam in the wake of sex allegations against some of the charity’s staff.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said the death of her partner’s mother from cancer was behind her decision to star on a charity edition of the Great British Bake Off.
Teachers should be prepared to ask school children if they are suicidal if they notice a change in their behaviour, a charity boss has warned.
Four friends whose once-in-a-lifetime participation in a charity endurance race was nearly scuppered at the start line have completed their challenge.
More than 400 runners are preparing for a vertical challenge – running up the 1,576 steps of the Empire State Building.
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