On this page you will find funding opportunities for the voluntary sector response to Coronavirus.


Big Local SW11 Alliance 
Covid-19 Battersea Community Support Fund

The Big Local SW11 Alliance community partnership is launching a fund directed at supporting local groups and organisations in Battersea in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The fund will enable groups to better support and protect local volunteers; provide services and supplies to the most vulnerable and those that may not be in touch with other agencies or statutory services. We aim to invite others to contribute to the fund.

Access to the fund had been made as simple as possible by email.

A BLSW11 Alliance panel will decide applications on a case-by-case basis.

This community partnership aims to work alongside other organisations delivering Covid-19 support in Battersea.

Further Details

The Big Local SW11 Alliance is a community partnership of Big Local SW11, Katherine Low Settlement, Caius House, Carney’s Community, Providence House and St Peters Church

For more information on Big Local and the Alliance go here: http://www.biglocalsw11.co.uk/

To Download the Application form go here: https://www.biglocalsw11.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Covid-19-Community-Support-Fund-Application-Form-Final-3.docx

If you have questions about this Fund please email to: info@biglocalsw11.co.uk


London Community Response Fund (New Round)
Vital funding support offered to London’s civil society groups affected by COVID-19

A new round of the London Community Response Fund has opened, with particular priority given to the following themes:

  •  Equity and inclusion: organisations led by and for marginalised communities and those most affected by the covid-19 crisis (particularly Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), deaf and disabled, LGBT+, and/or women’s-led groups.
  • Strong connections: groups who reach and connect with people at high risk or negative impacts from Covid-19
  • Smaller organisations: typically, those with a turnover of up to £1m per year.

 There are two types of funding available:

  •  Small – grants of up to £10,000, using a simple application form
  •  Large – grants of up to £50,000, involving a longer application form, with decisions typically made within eight weeks of the application.

The fund is expected to close at the end of July.

Please read the Guidance for Applicants for more information and apply here: https://londoncommunityresponsefund.org.uk/


The National Community Lottery Fund (NCLF) has announced that the Government’s new Coronavirus Community Support Fund will open for applications at 10am on Friday 22 May.

This new funding stream makes available £200m in Government funding that will be aimed primarily at small to medium organisations in England.

The Fund has two key objectives:

  • To increase community support to vulnerable people affected by the COVID-19 crisis, through the work of civil society organisations.
  • To reduce temporary closures of essential charities and social enterprises, ensuring services for vulnerable people impacted by COVID-19 have the financial resources to operate, and so reduce the burden on public services.

Grants will allow organisations to meet service costs, where they are experiencing increased demand and/or short-term income disruption. Grants will also allow organisations to refocus services to address more immediate beneficiary needs in light of COVID-19.
Please go to the NCLF funding pages for further details and to apply – all on their website from 10am on Friday 22nd May.

https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/news/press-releases/2020-05-20/statement-about-the-coronavirus-community-support-fund


SOCIAL PRESCRIBING GRANT FUND

Enable is pleased to announce the Social Prescribing Grant Fund is now open. The aim of the Fund is to help local voluntary and community organisations to increase capacity within existing services or develop new activities/services that address unmet needs within the borough.

There are two funding categories available:

  • Tier 1 – up to £500 - these are small grants to help existing services/activities develop.
  • Tier 2 up to £3000 - these are larger grants to help increase capacity within the voluntary and community sector, including: developing new activities, expanding existing programmes to other areas of the borough or sustaining successful projects whilst longer term funding is sourced.

Further detail is included on the information sheet attached which we recommend you read fully before applying.

If you wish to apply, please complete the appropriate application form attached (Tier 1 or Tier 2) and email to swlccg.socialprescribing@nhs.net   Closing date for applications: 31st July 2020. Applications will then be reviewed by a panel and grants awarded to successful applicants by September 2020.


NatWest Social and Community Capital are launching a £1m Coronavirus Response Fund on Monday 22nd June.

We know that many social enterprises, trading charities and community businesses have suffered a loss of income because of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. We want to help bridge the income gap so that organisations survive the crisis and continue to have a positive impact in their communities.

In response to the pandemic, we are launching a £1 million Coronavirus Response Fund. We are offering grants of between £5,000 and £50,000 to organisations across the UK that employ people from vulnerable or disadvantaged groups. These grants are unrestricted and can be used for any purpose, including core costs. Organisations must have an annual turnover between £50,000 and £1 million, must have been generating at least 30% of revenue from trading income before the crisis and must have suffered a loss in trading income due to lockdown restrictions. Full eligibility criteria are outlined below.

Applications will open through our websites at 9am on Monday 22nd Juneand stay open for at least one week. We hope to leave applications open for longer but may need to close after a week depending on how many applications we receive and if we reach our capacity, so encourage applicants to submit the application as soon as possible. We have outlined the key information required in the application below.

Applications will be open from 9am on Monday 22nd June and stay open for at least one week. Applications may be open longer depending on how many applications we receive and if we reach our capacity, so we encourage organisations to submit their application as soon as they can.

Full information on the grants, including the application form and how to apply, will be available on their website from Monday 22nd June.


The Resilience & Recovery Loan Fund

The Resilience & Recovery Loan Fund (RRLF) is a new fund for social enterprises and charities who are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of COVID-19. It has been established to make an existing government scheme (the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS - see below) more easily accessible to charities and social enterprises.

The RRLF is being run by Social Investment Business (SIB) with an initial £25m investment and support from Big Society Capital. SIB is the lender, and will work initially with three experienced social investor partners on delivery of the fund: Big Issue InvestCharity Bank, and Social and Sustainable Capital. Other delivery partners may be added in future.  See below for where to apply.

The £25m is part of a wider package of support announced by Big Society Capital.

For more information: https://www.sibgroup.org.uk/resilience-and-recovery-loan-fund


Chancellor’s £750m Coronavirus Funding Package for UK Charities

The Chancellor announced on the 8th April that £360m will be directly allocated by Government departments to charities providing key services and supporting vulnerable people during the crisis. These will include:

  •   Hospices to help increase capacity and give stability to the sector.
  •   St John’s Ambulance
  •   Victims charities, including domestic abuse
  •   Vulnerable children charities
  •   Citizens Advice

£370m will be directed to small and medium-sized charities, including through a grant to the National Lottery Community Fund for those in England, to support those organisations at the heart of local communities which are making a big difference during the outbreak, including those delivering food, essential medicines and providing financial support.

https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/


Alpkit Foundation – Grassroots Now

Grants of up to £500 are available for organisations serving those affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Examples of eligible expenditure include being active in local communities to help elderly or vulnerable people, minimising the impact of self-isolation and support foodbanks.

https://alpkit.com/blogs/foundation/adapting-to-the-coranavirus-crisis


Asda Foundation – Covid-19 Healthy Holiday Grants 

Grants are available to support charitable groups that typically would be holding summer holiday activities to ensure vulnerable children are provided with a hot meal.

Grants of up to £500 are available per group to provide vulnerable children with nutritious meals during the summer holidays. Applications are made via the group’s local Asda Store’s Community Champion and a total of £1,125 can be awarded per store.

https://www.asdafoundation.org/how-to-apply


Asda Foundation – Covid-19 Hygiene Grants

Grants are available for care homes, hospices and homeless shelters supporting residents/patients in facilities in the UK, who are struggling and unable to provide their own toiletries either through lack of funds or access to family support as a result of the current crisis.

Grants of up to £500 are available and applications are made via the group’s local Asda Store’s Community Champion.

https://www.asdafoundation.org/how-to-apply


Aviva Community Fund

Small charities and constituted community groups with innovative ideas that benefit their community can apply for funding of up to £50,000 for projects that build more connected, more resilient communities and give people the tools to become more financially independent. 

In response to the Covid-19 Aviva are temporarily opening up the Fund to projects that will ensure organisations can adapt or maintain critical services and infrastructure in response to the impacts of COVID-19.

Projects must still relate to one of Aviva’s key funding areas.

The closing date for this funding round is 28 July 2020.

https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/start-crowdfunding#criteria 


Bame Infrastructure Support Fund

Grants for BAME-led organisations to help more BAME organisations and groups apply for National Emergencies Trust coronavirus funding.

The UK Community Foundation has launched this new fund to support Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups who have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus crisis. The funding I intended to support BAME-led groups that can, in turn, help other BAME organisations to access their local Community Foundation and secure National Emergencies Trust (NET) funds from them.

Grants of between £5,000 and £20,000 is available. Up to 20% of costs can be covered.

https://www.ukcommunityfoundations.org/news-article/bame-infra-fund?dm_i=1OSC,6Y2AZ,CFOVZ1,RXXTZ,1


BBC Children in Need is launching a COVID-19 Response Programmes as follows:

  • The COVID-19 2020 Booster Grants programme will open to current BBC Children in Need grant-holders from Monday 18th May 2020 and will enable organisations to apply for funding up to £5,000 over a 6 month period.
  • The COVID-19 Large Grants programme will open to applications from 8th June 2020 and will enable organisations to apply for funding up to £80,000 over an 18 month period.

Their purpose is to assist you to reach and continue to meet the needs of disadvantaged children and young people, including those young people impacted by hidden risks including poverty and abuse. BBC Children in Need appreciates that the crisis is developing rapidly and that accurately predicting how COVID-19 may impact your work will be challenging.  Your organisation may be reviewing its working practices, trying to source equipment and materials, finding new ways of working and adapting to address the current and emerging needs of children and young people. These grants aim to provide you with the funds to respond effectively and flexibly to these changes and continue to meet the needs of children and young people during this time.

More details on both of these funds will be made available on their website so please check regularly for updates.

https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/grants/


Big Local SW11 Battersea Community Support Fund

Funding directed at supporting local groups and organisations in Battersea in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund will enable groups to better support and protect local volunteers, provide services and supplies to the most vulnerable and those that may not be in touch with other agencies or statutory services.

Access to the fund will be made as simple as possible, and applications will be assessment on case-by-case basis.

https://www.biglocalsw11.co.uk/ 


British Muslim Covid-19 Fund 

Grants are available for charities, organisations and voluntary groups in the UK impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The aim of the fund is to support charities, voluntary groups and other organisations who are working to protect and assist vulnerable people during the pandemic.

Grants of £250 to £5,000 are available and are available to groups irrespective of faith.

https://britishmuslimcovid19fund.co.uk/


Charity Excellence

The Charity Excellence website https://www.charityexcellence.co.uk/ has a free Covid19 database which is now live, giving access to 1000s of funders websites both for organisations and individuals. Sign-up is free. 
They will be adding this onto our website along with other funders we are notified about:
https://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/leisure-and-culture/volunteering/grants-for-the-community-and-voluntary-sector/covid-19-support-fund/

https://www.charityexcellence.co.uk | charityexcellence@gmail.com 


Co-Op Foundation #iwill Fund

A limited number of grants are available for not-for-profit organisations to deliver peer support and/or youth led advocacy projects to help young people up to the age of 20 experiencing bereavement. It is expected that five grants of up to £10,000 each will be awarded in this round. To be eligible applicants must be charities, social enterprises or voluntary groups working in one of the UK’s 30% most deprived areas.

The deadline for expressions of interest is the 31st July 2020.

https://www.coopfoundation.org.uk/funding_support/iwill-fund-bereavement/


Coronavirus Community Support Fund

Emergency grants are available for small to medium-sized charities and social enterprise organisations in England to help them continue to deliver services to people and communities affected coronavirus.

The fund is administered by the National Lottery Community Fund and has two key objectives

  •  To increase community support to vulnerable people affected by covid-19,
  •  to reduce temporary closures of essential charities and social enterprises, ensuring services for vulnerable people impacted by covid-19 have the financial resources to operate. 

There are three kinds of funding available:

  •  grants from £300 to £10,000
  •  grants from £10,000 to £100,000
  • grants for organisations working in partnership from £10,000 to £100,000

https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/funding


Covid-19 Emergency Surplus Food Grant: Phase 2

Grants are available to provide vital financial support to small not-for-profit organisations who can redistribute surplus food from the likes of retailers, wholesalers and food manufacturers to people in need or those considered vulnerable.

Eligible applicants may apply for grants of between £5,000 and £10,000. The grant may be used to fund the eligible capital and revenue costs.

Applications close on the 28th August 2020.

https://wrap.org.uk/content/covid-19-emergency-surplus-food-grant-phase-2


Covid-19 Response Grant (MoJ)

Grants are available for voluntary organisations that are working in the criminal justice system in England and Wales to support their vital work during coronavirus/Covid-19.

Grants will range from £3,000 to £5,000 and all funding must be spent by December 2020.

The fund is intended to be open until September 2020.

https://www.clinks.org/our-work/coronavirus-covid-19#grants 


Crisis Response Grants

If you are responding to the immediate needs of Londoners affected by the current crisis, London Funders is considering applications for funding to help cover your costs to enable you to support communities effectively. They are particularly keen to hear from organisations who are looking to:

  • buy food and essentials for people in need of support,
  • provide access to services,
  • make immediate changes to existing services,
  • purchase equipment to enable people to work remotely,
  • respond to new needs quickly,
  • meet increased costs of providing services,
  • ensuring all groups can access services.

https://londoncommunityresponsefund.org.uk/available-funding/guidance-applicants


Coronavirus Mental Health Response Fund (CMHRF)

To help VCS organisations based in England continue to provide mental health services - or provide additional support - you can apply for a grant from the CMHRF. £5m support from the Government (the Department of Health and Social Care) means that grants of £20,000 or £50,000 (minimum £5,000) are available for projects lasting up to 12 months.
On the behalf of mental health providers in England, Mind is administering the fund in partnership with the Mental Health Consortia (MHC), who represent the leading mental health organisations in England. 

https://www.mind.org.uk/news-campaigns/campaigns/coronavirus-mental-health-response-fund


Domestic Abuse Safe Accommodation: Covid-19 Emergency Support Fund (Round 2)

Grants for charities providing domestic abuse safe accommodation (including refuges) in England to ensure existing services remain open and to create additional capacity and support during the pandemic.

The fund will support domestic abuse charities until 31st October to ensure that:

  •  safe accommodation services can continue operating and keep bed spaces open for victims and their children fleeing from abuse during covid-19
  •  safe accommodation services can help more victims access these services.

The maximum bid size is expected to be £100,000.

Bids will be accepted until the 20th July 2020.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/domestic-abuse-safe-accommodation-covid-19-emergency-support-fund 


Hardship Fund (British Red Cross)  

The British Red Cross has launched a Hardship Fund to provide financial support for the most vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis. This fund is aimed at those people not in employment or receiving other financial assistance from statutory/voluntary services either due to having no recourse to public funds or delays in receiving benefits.

The fund provides short term help. People will receive £120 as a one of payment or up to £1,080 over three months.

https://hardshipfund.redcross.org.uk/


Heritage Emergency Fund launched to help sector

The National Lottery Heritage Fund has put together a £50 million fund to support the heritage sector as an immediate response to the coronavirus outbreak.  

Visit the Heritage Emergency Fund for more information.


Hope For The Young Emergency Fund

Small grants available to support young refugees and asylum seekers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Up to £250 is available to groups assisting young asylum seekers or refugees (up to the age of 30) who are vulnerable and in need of immediate financial support as a result of coronavirus.

https://hopefortheyoung.org.uk/covid-19-emergency-relief-fund/


Inspiring Futures Programme

Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations in the UK to improve the employment prospects of children and young people who face discrimination or disadvantage. The fund has been created in response to the covid-19 crisis. Grants of between £10,000 and £80,000 are available for work commencing in October 2020.

Work should target those who have faced additional disruption as a result of the crisis.

The deadline for applications is the 31st July 2020.

https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/grants/inspiring-futures/


The Julia & Hans Rausing Trust Charity Survival Fund

Core funding for small and medium-sized charities who need financial help due to lost income in the current financial year as a result of the covid-19 pandemic. Priority will be given to charities that deliver frontline services and activities in the areas prioritised by the Trust: health and wellbeing, welfare and education, arts and culture. 

Grants of between £1,000 and £250,000 are available. The level of funding available is tiered based on an organisation’s income. To be eligible an applicant must have experienced a loss of income (actual or predicted) as a result of covid-19.

The deadline for applications is the 27th July 2020. 

https://www.juliahansrausingtrust.org/charity-survival-fund/


London Community Response Fund (New Round)

A new round of the London Community Response Fund has opened, with particular priority given to the following themes:

  • Equity and inclusion: organisations led by and for marginalised communities and those most affected by the covid-19 crisis (particularly Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), deaf and disabled, LGBT+, and/or women’s-led groups.
  • Strong connections: groups who reach and connect with people at high risk or negative impacts from Covid-19
  • Smaller organisations: typically, those with a turnover of up to £1m per year.

There are two types of funding available:

  • Small – grants of up to £10,000, using a simple application form
  •  Large – grants of up to £50,000, involving a longer application form, with decisions typically made within eight weeks of the application.

The fund is expected to close at the end of July.

https://londoncommunityresponsefund.org.uk/guidance-applicants

 


 National Lottery Awards for all England

The National Lottery are awarding grants of between £300 and £10,000 to groups carrying out activities to support those affected by the coronavirus crisis. These emergency grants are intended to cover up to six months expenditure. 

https://www.tnlcommunityfund.org.uk/funding/programmes/national-lottery-awards-for-all-england#section-1


National Lottery Heritage Fund - Heritage Emergency Fund

Grants for heritage organisations that have received NHLF in the past and are either a current grantee or still under contract following a previous grant and are most in need during the coronavirus crisis.

There are two levels of funding, each of which has different priorities:

  •  Level 1: emergency grants of £3,000 - £50,000 will support essential costs for the net four months to help organisations with immediate risks and become more stable.
  •  Level 2: emergency grants of £50,000 - £250,000 aim to help organisations that manage a heritage asset that is at risk over the next few months. This can include immediate costs, as well as costs to help organisations that look towards longer-term recovery. 

The deadline for applications has been extended by a month from 30th June to 31st July 2020.

https://www.heritagefund.org.uk/funding/heritage-emergency-fund


National Survivor User Network (NSUN) - Covid-19 Fund

Grants are available to user-led organisations and small unconstituted community groups in England for activities that will make a direct difference to the lives of people living with mental ill-health, trauma and distress during the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.

Most grants will be for up to £1,000. Examples of eligible groups include peer support groups, mutual aid groups and disabled people’s organisations (DPOs). 

www.nsun.org.uk/nsun-covid-19-fund 


Neighbourly Community Fund

Up to £400 is available for pre-existing members of Neighbourly whose work involves supporting members of the community suffering economically, socially or from ill-health as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

Visit the Neighbourly website for more information.

 


 

Resilience and Recovery Loan Fund

THE RRLF is a new fund for social enterprises and charities who are experiencing disruption to their normal business model as a result of COVID-19. The RRLF is run by Social Investment Business (SIB) with an initial £25m. SIB is the lender. RRLF is intended for those organisations who face a problem because expected income and activity has been delayed or disrupted. A loan may help with this, providing working capital until normal business can commence again. Loans of between £100,000 and £500,000 are available. 

https://sibgroup.org.uk/resilience-and-recovery-loan-fund 


Rosa

Rosa is a grant making charity that funds grassroots women’s organisations to help to make the UK a fairer, safer place for women has announced that is making grants of up to £10,000 available to specialist women's organisations across the UK through its Covid-19 Response Fund.  The purpose of this first stage response fund is to provide quick and straightforward grants with very basic eligibility criteria. Rosa particularly welcomes proposals from women’s organisations in the UK that address the critical needs of marginalised women and girls that miss out the most and operate in less economically resilient towns, cities and rural areas within the UK. 

There is no deadline for applications. 

Rosa will consider them on a rolling basis from 5pm on Friday 5th June 2020 and aim to notify applicants of the decision within approximately two weeks of submitting an application.

http://rosauk.org/funds/rosas-covid-19-response-fund-small-grants/


School Funding: Exceptional Costs Associated with Covid-19

Funding is available to schools in England to help cover costs relating to specific items up to the end of the 2019/20 summer term. There will be some instances where schools face additional costs as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and will not be able to cover these from their existing resources. This funding will support those cases. Up to £75,000 is available per grant, depending on the size of the school.

Applications must be submitted by the 21st July 2020.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-financial-support-for-schools/school-funding-exceptional-costs-associated-with-coronavirus-covid-19-for-the-period-march-to-july-2020 


Sport England Community Emergency Fund

This fund is to help community sport and physical activity organisations who are experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Awards will be between £300 and £10,000. In exceptional circumstances we’ll consider awards of more than £10,000.

Visit Sport England for more information.

 


 

Tesco Bags of Help - Covid-19 Communities Fund

Grants are available to support a wide range of community groups, organisations, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations who are supporting vulnerable groups during the covid-19 crisis.

The maximum grant available is £500 and it is expected that funding will be spent within three months (Sep 2020). 

https://tescobagsofhelp.org.uk/grant-schemes/tesco-cv-fund/


Tesco Bags of Help - Grants Programme

Grants are available to support a wide range of community groups, organisations, charities, schools and other not-for-profit organisations with capital improvement projects for local community greenspaces. Three community projects in each local area will be voted on by customers in Tesco stores throughout the UK, with projects changing every three months. Following the vote, grans will be awarded as follows:

  •  First place – up to £2,000
  • Second place – up to £1,000
  •  Third place – up to £500

https://tescobagsofhelp.org.uk/tesco-community-grants/


UK Theatres Small Grants Scheme

Small grants are available for capital improvements to theatres in the UK run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value this would make to their work with local communities. Grants of up to £5,000 are available. In response to the covid-19 crisis, the scheme will also support theatres to cover the additional costs of reopening after several months’ closure, including making adaptations for increased hygiene and social distancing measures.

The deadline for applications is 5 October 2020

http://www.theatrestrust.org.uk/uk-theatres-small-grants-scheme.


Wandsworth Covid-19 Direct Relief Fund

Managed by the Wandsworth Food Partnership, funding is available to provide aid to Wandsworth borough residents who may be struggling to obtain essential items.

The fund will be used to reimburse volunteers who will purchase and deliver basic items for the most vulnerable.

https://www.goodfoodwandsworth.com/covid-19-direct-relief-fund


Woodward Charitable Trust – Small Grants

Grants of up to £3,000 are available to fund core costs of small to medium-sized charities in the UK working in the following areas: arts outreach, isolated children and young people, disability and disadvantaged women, and families, prisoners and ex-offenders, and community cohesion among minority groups.  The Trustees favour small-scale, locally based initiatives and most grants are only for one year.  UK registered charities with an annual turnover of less than £200,000 can apply.

The deadline for applications is the 31 July 2020.

http://woodwardcharitabletrust.org.uk/general_applications/


Youth Futures Foundation: Infrastructure Grans

Youth Futures Foundation: Infrastructure Grants

The Youth Futures Foundation is inviting applications from key infrastructure organisations that demonstrate their ability to play a pivotal role in responding to rising youth unemployment. The funding aims to build resilience given significant income shortfalls due to the COVID-1 pandemic and to support future planning and delivery.

Funding is available for:

  •  National infrastructure bodies that strengthen the youth and/or employment sector across England for all young people.
  •  National or regional infrastructure bodies that strengthen the youth and/or employment sector specifically for young people from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic backgrounds, including those of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller heritage.

Funding closes on the 31st July 

http://youthfuturesfoundation.org/infrastructure-grants/


Advice and information for voluntary and community sector organisations

NCVO

A comprehensive guide being updated regularly, which includes sections on:

  • How to protect staff, volunteers and visitors
  • Whether to cancel events and activities
  • How to support beneficiaries and service users, including those who are vulnerable or facing discrimination
  • How to manage finances, planning and insurance
  • Contingency planning

The Small Charities Coalition

Information, guidance and resources for small charities during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Co-operatives UK

A guide to HR issues during the Coronavirus outbreak.

The Federation of Small Business

Aimed at small businesses, but also relevant to small charities, social enterprises, community businesses and impact organisations.

It includes sections on:

  • If you have to close your organisation
  • Business insurance
  • Advice for employers
  • Measures for the workplace

Charity Comms

Templates and information on communications including 'crisis communications'.

The Charity Commission

Information answering frequently asked questions of the Commission on charity governance and staffing during the Coronavirus outbreak.