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Enabling and Empowering

Posted on 31st August 2018

Dundee, Perth and Kinross, and Angus Third Sector Interfaces have joined forces to deliver a conference with a focus on governance. There will be a range of hot topics discussed over the day, including the launch of the Scottish Third Sector Governance Code. Find out more


News and Events from Dundee TSI – August 2018

Posted on 24th August 2018

Find out what’s happening in Dundee’s Third Sector – TSI Newsletter


Dundee TSI Newsletter is out!

Posted on 1st March 2018

The latest Dundee TSI Newsletter is out.   Click HERE to see!    


Dundee TSI Annual Review

Posted on 13th February 2018

Dundee Third Sector Interface (Dundee TSI) is a partnership between Dundee Social Enterprise Network, Dundee Voluntary Action and Volunteer Dundee. Our remit is to provide support to Third Sector Organisations and volunteers in Dundee. We are asking organisations within our networks and who we may have provided services during the year to help us to […]


VOLUNTEER: A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION TO KEEP

Posted on 12th February 2018

Volunteer Dundee is asking people to consider making a different resolution this New Year other than the usual get fit, lose weight or stop smoking – why not volunteer? Research shows we are more likely to keep a resolution that has a positive effect on others. Once people start volunteering and get a good feeling […]


#FEEDMEASTORY – PROJECT SUMMARY

Posted on 3rd February 2018

#FeedMeAStory was a pilot project that aimed to present food cultures of Dundee (and wider Tayside) as dynamic creative experiences that support cultural tourism and offer an economic and social life of the city and local area. People came together and shared their love for food and this highlighted the sense of community that exists in […]


Grow Your Own Project

Posted on 10th October 2017

Work starts on the ‘soon to be active’ mini ‘grow your own’ project in the Whitfield Community Services Complex. We will be growing vegetables for use in the community cafe and for people to take home. Whitfield High School Reunion group kindly donated to Link Up Whitfield to buy picnic benches and our first raised bed – […]