Charities and the Coronavius

Many charities have been affected by the current situation. We're adding details of resources and funds to help charities in these difficult times.

*6th April 2020*

Civil Society Consulting: Income generation surgeries

Civil Society Consulting – a partner organisation of TCT - are offering free One to One online income generation surgeries to support the voluntary and social enterprise sector. As they explain in their invitation below, they are prioritising organisations from within the area of the Diocese of Liverpool.

“In this period of great uncertainty, many colleagues will have deep concerns about how to ensure their organisation can weather this storm, and there will be many questions about future income generation for the voluntary and social enterprise sector (VCSE). We want to play our part in helping you as a faith social action leader to develop your immediate response to continuing with your work to support people and communities.

In the FREE hour long bookings, we will share our insight into emerging funds and opportunities and aim to be a useful sounding board for your income generation strategy thinking and development.

#peopleofhope

To ensure we can meet demand, and mindful of our own capacity, we are prioritising this support in three areas: the Lichfield, Liverpool and Southwark Dioceses.

Peace and Wisdom

Mark, Natasha & James

Civil Society Consulting "

Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for the charity sector

The Charity Commission has set out their current response to the most commonly asked questions surroundings charities and the coronavirus, and will be updating the page with responses to further questions on an ongoing basis.

www.gov.uk/government/news/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-the-charity-sector

Staffordshire Funding

Community and voluntary groups from across Staffordshire are being invited to apply for funding to help support their local communities through the Coronavirus crisis and beyond.

Our new COVID-19 Support Fund will provide grants to community groups to help them do their bit and support the voluntary sector to thrive now and after the crisis.