Advice around the coronavirus in sign language, for trustees, first aiders, and those working in criminal justice sector, plus help for rough sleepers, and statements from the BBC and Royal Mail.
Covid-19 news – What’s the latest, Charity Commission deadline delay, request for sector support from government & emergency appeals, what’s closed and what’s open,
Coronavirus – Covid 19 UK Aid umbrella organisation set up for support organisations, London Marathon postponed, funders prepared to be flexible, and rescue loan scheme may not apply to charities
Specific advice for the charity sector around dealing with Coronavirus.
Safer Stronger Consortium is seeking expressions of interest to undertake an evaluation of their Safer Stronger Women project.
A full list of the new Cabinet, following last month’s reshuffle, including all positions, and contact details, in case you need to write to someone, or keep an eye on them in the news.
Advice and guidance from the NCVO for charities and voluntary organisations around cybercrime, Brexit, Human Resources and basic legal advice.
Four government consultations around women’s experiences of endometriosis, mental health tribunal reforms, freeports (ie economic regeneration proposals) and embryo storage.
Treverbyn Hall, Stenalees, near St Austell, is offering special rates on room hire now. If you’re interested, or want to find out more about other activities happening there, see their website.
‘Theory of Change in 10 Steps’, and ‘Understanding Impact’ reports from NPC – useful tools for charities trying to make a difference, and measure it.
Should money donated for disaster relief fund core costs? In a blog for NCP, Martha Mackenzie argues that transparency is key, together with greater understanding by donors.
ESF, ERDF and other EU funding will continue as planned, now the UK has left the EU. Plus, find out about ESF-funded growth-hub seminars.
Brexit – the EU Settlement Scheme, and other guidance for UK and EU citizens, living here or in mainland Europe.
Reminder for the Charity Awards and Business Charity Awards submission deadlines, coming up next week. Plus a website with dozens of other awards listed, if you want to apply.
Could your organisation supply Counselling services through Inclusion Cornwall’s Village Works project, in Bude, Camelford, and Heston & the Lizard?
Useful info from the NCVO on future planning, insights& training materials that could help support your voluntary organisation, plus charities exemption from new money-laundering regs.
A busy month of awareness days, including around health, LGBT+, sexual abuse, hearing, volunteering, Fairtrade, dignity in care, safer internet, and random acts of kindness.
News round-up around work and careers, a Real Living Wage increase, changes to bank charges and debt management, and gambling addictions.
Updates, plus hints and tips for voluntary organisations that use Facebook and Instagram – changes being introduced and how to make the most of your followers.
The government has just launched a safeguarding portal, which curates information about how to handle safeguarding allegations in a charity.