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Every region in Scotland has a Third Sector Interface (TSI). TSI’s provide a single point of access for support and advice for the third sector within the local area.

A TSI is independent from the Scottish Government, but is funded by the government to deliver the following four areas of activity across the whole local authority area:

  1. Volunteering development
  2. Social enterprise development
  3. Supporting and developing a strong third sector
  4. Building the third sector relationship with community planning

Dundee TSI is a partnership interface between Dundee Social Enterprise Network, Dundee Voluntary Action and Volunteer Dundee.

The Dundee TSI exists to fulfil the following purpose:


  • To build and enable resilient, sustainable and inclusive communities in Dundee, working with people, civil society and organisations to build social capital.

Strategic Objectives:

  • To work together effectively to maximise resources that will help deliver thriving, sustainable and inclusive communities in Dundee through voluntary/social action, volunteering and social enterprise.
  • To ensure the Third Sector is a key partner in Community Planning.
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