"Approach the game with no preset agendas and you'll probably come away surprised at your overall efforts."
SALSC works hard to develop partnerships with national organisations relevant to the needs of our membership, from obvious partners like sportscotland and the Scottish Government to more specialist organisations such as Volunteer Development Scotland the Safeguarding in Sport. SALSC is also part of the Scottish Sports Alliance with the Scottish Sports Association and Scottish Student Sport to campaign and raise awareness on major issues relevant to us all. News from all these partners and more, as well as SALSC’s own major news items can be found on this page. For more information on our partners please visit the Partners page.
If you have a news story you would like to feature on this section then please submit it to the SALSC National Development Officer using the contact details found at the bottom of this page.
Friday 18 May 2018
The refreshed sportscotland Sport Facilities Fund (SFF) is now open for applications. Awards of up to £100,000 are available. Focusing support on those projects that have the greatest impact on participation or progression in sport or physical activity.
Saturday 07 October 2017
On Saturday 9th September 2017 SALSC welcomed a number of our member Sports Councils to the Mercure Hotel Perth. The theme for this year’s Seminar was Sport for Change and Volunteering in Sport. Everyone at SALSC would like to take this opportunity to thank all speakers and workshops leaders who presented as part of the programme.
Thursday 01 June 2017
The Scottish Association of Local Sports Councils (SALSC) has an exciting new opportunity available for a Digital Support Volunteer. The role will support SALSC’s National Development Officer (NDO) update and maintain the SALSC website and social media channels.
Monday 29 May 2017
Persimmon has 29 regional businesses in England, Wales and Scotland and a head office in York - 30 businesses in total. Every month from May 2017 to December 2017 all 30 business will donate up to £750 each to clubs, schools, organisations, charities and individuals who deliver sport to young people aged 18 and under.