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Education Scotland, Scottish Government and Business in the Community in Scotland are working in partnership to fund and support the Food for Thought Education Programme, which supports Scotland’s first national food and drink policy.
Business Engagement in Early Years was a business-led programme, funded by the Scottish Government, offering businesses a structured means to help children (nursery-P4) living in less affluent areas to improve their life chances and become responsible citizens. The programme has now finished but you can still download the toolkit.
This "meet the experts" session hosted by Maurice Corry MSP will give employers of all sizes and sectors the chance to ask questions about why and how to become armed-forces friendly, and will introduce BITC's new toolkit to help them do so.
Businesses form collaboration to reduce poverty in Scotland
Business in the Community has today partnered with Accenture to launch a new report challenging business to be part of creating an inclusive digital revolution.
BITC Scotland pairs up with Edinburgh-based business to make a difference to young lives.
BITC Scotland staff will be tucking into their festive lunch at Home, a new social enterprise restaurant in Edinburgh.
Scottish Resilience Week begins today (Monday 7 November), highlighting the benefits of preparing for different emergencies and explaining actions that businesses and individuals can take to prepare for a wide range of eventualities.