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How the sector is responding to the pandemic #NeverMoreNeeded
Finance secretary Kate Forbes, said: “Our package of business support is under constant review as we look for improvements that can be made to existing schemes, or any gaps we are able to fill. “It had become clear that many charities which run small premises, such as day centres…
Baroness Barran, the UK Government’s minister for civil society, ruled out a similar proposal in late April, saying that it would open the door to fraudulent claims and employee exploitation. However, Baroness Tyler says these risks are “inherently remote” in the third sector, an…
How the sector is responding to the pandemic #NeverMoreNeeded
The May edition of TFN magazine is now out – and is available to read online through our e-reader. Inside you’ll find everything (and a bit more!) that you would normally find in your TFN, as the team covers how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting on the voluntary sector. We fe…
The charity – which cares for people living with chest, heart and stroke conditions, including coronavirus - says it has seen demand for its advice line and one to one community support services steadily increase - reaching a peak last week of 80% more demand compared with the sa…
Examples of projects funded to date include support to reach vulnerable people that are self-isolating, vital help for foodbanks, aid for community response co-ordination, the purchase of safety equipment for caring groups and funds for those supporting health and wellbeing needs…
NTS chief executive Simon Skinner said: “The extreme and unprecedented public health emergency has put the charity’s future in doubt. “This is despite us running the trust in a financially prudent way, building up our reserves, and latterly taking critical decisions at the outset…
A record 3,961 charities got behind the campaign which was launched last month. Now, 15 days after the challenge began, more than £10 million has been raised, prompting a message from the Queen. A letter sent to Sir John Spurling, chairman of London Marathon Events, read: "Congra…
Roly Owers, WHW chief executive, said: “The current situation, and the economic fallout from the pandemic, will just make a bad situation a whole lot worse. There is no capacity within the UK’s equine rescue system so it is vital, as we start to rehome animals again, that we have…

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