Hull CVS have been asked by NAVCA (National Association for Voluntary and Community Action) and NCVO (National Council for Voluntary Organisations) to understand the local voluntary sector response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
We recognize that everyone is extremely busy at this current time, however your response will help us to identify any areas of unmet need and enable us to work with statutory and voluntary sector services to ensure wherever possible that need is met.
Other Key Advice for the Voluntary & Community Sector (COVID-19)Craig Thirkettle2020-06-26T15:22:37+01:00
Other Key Advice for the Voluntary & Community Sector
Here you will find all other useful information that has been released for the Voluntary and Community Sector relating to Coronavirus. Check back regularly for further updates.
The NCVO look at the governments Covid 19 recovery strategy, the phased plan for easing lockdown and what the implications may be for Charities, their staff and volunteers.
The NCVO and others are making a case for additional support from the government. They are appealing for information on how your organisation is impacted financially via this work. You can find out how to have you say here.
Governance Round-Up from NCVO for May 2020. Including information on the webinars free to attend on moving forward.
Bates Wells solicitors release guidance following the anticipated changes to the insolvency act, allowing charities more flexibility.
Hull City Council’s 10 step plan to help you return to the workplace safely.
The Fundraising Regulator tells charities it is time to start fundraising again if it is safe to do so. You can read their advice on re-starting fundraising activities and other supporting information on their website.