Coronavirus resources and guidance


We’ve spent this week telling the government how much financial danger your organisations and the causes they serve are in, and I’m hopeful we’ll see some help coming soon.
Please keep telling us what’s happening with you: how have you been impacted, how are you helping, what does it mean for your organisation’s futurereply and let me know.
The more we hear about what’s happening on the ground, the better we can tell decision makers what’s going on and what help you need to support the people and causes you work for.
Best wishes
Karl Wilding
Chief Executive, NCVO

Coronavirus resources and guidance

*Updated* Your organisation and coronavirus

Our main practical guidance with information to help you protect your staff, volunteers and beneficiaries, and handle the financial and other impacts on your organisation.

*New* Are volunteers on lockdown?

Our volunteering development manager Shaun Delaney explains what we know.

*New* New procurement guidance in response to Covid-19: implications for charities

Charities delivering public services are facing serious challenges. Rebecca Young explains the issues and what the government’s new guidance for contracting authorities will mean in practice.

*New* Key coronavirus legal issues for charities explained

Our free webinar with Bates Wells solicitors is available watch again on demand. It’s full of great advice on topics like HR law, contracts, insurance, governance and volunteer managment. Just register to view.

*New* Free working from home webinar with Phoenix Systems

Tuesday 2 April at 10.00
Our Trusted Supplier will explain how to keep your remote workers safe and secure.
What charity trustees need to think about
Our governance lead Dan Francis outlines nine questions to consider.
Volunteers responding to coronavirus
Shaun Delaney on the coordination efforts going on behind the scenes and explains the best ways to offer your support.
Coronavirus and charity funding
Paul Winyard details initiatives like the new National Emergencies Trust appeal and promises of support from grantmakers.

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