As of this week, people can now refer themselves for help from an NHS volunteer. This may be relevant to the people your charity works with. There is more information here.
We know that so many charities are facing a real funding crunch, and the government’s funding won’t reach everyone who needs it. That’s why NCVO and others are making the case that charities are #NeverMoreNeeded. Share your story on social media. It’s also very important for us to hear how your organisation is coping as we make the case for more support. You can use our new form to do that.
5 May | A brand new day of giving to complement the annual one in December.
Charity trustees are grappling with difficult decisions at the moment. Our governance lead Dan Francis has gathered together some key resources to help your board.
We’ve added guidance on the rules to our existing advice pages.
Whether you’re volunteering with a charity or lending a hand to a neighbour, this step by step guide tells you how to look after yourself and others.
Details on the progress of the government’s package of financial support for charities, via Chris Walker.
Watch the recording of our webinar with Bates Wells. Simply register to get the link.
Help for all those involved in the coronavirus effort including the many thousands of charity staff and volunteers. Upcoming free NCVO webinars
30 April | 15.00
What trustees’ priorities should be right now, top tips for remote working, key legal and regulatory updates to think about, and how to begin to plan for the future.
5 May | 10.00
Top tips on involving and supporting volunteers and an overview of the practical guidance and support available.
14 May | 14.00
We’ll bring you up to date on common volunteering roles, key safeguarding principles and well-being tips for your volunteers.
11 June | 14.00
For trustees and senior leaders. We’ll explain the big strategic challenges and decisions (and some opportunities) facing charities, how to balance immediate and strategic choices, and how to make good decisions in a time of crisis.