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COVID-19 Support and Resources
This is a collated list of funding that is available due to the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, and a toolkit of resources to help you manage the changing landscape of volunteering.
They’re prioritising funding projects and organisations supporting communities through the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding available for under and over £10,000.
Welcome any applications from individuals or organisations serving those affected by Coronavirus, across the country. For example, being active in your local community to help elderly or vulnerable people; minimising the impact of self-isolation for those in quarantine and need access to food, medicines or social care.
The trust was set up last year as a domestic version of the Disaster Emergency Committee. The appeal is raising funds for local charities to help support communities.
The National Emergency Trust is releasing the funds for London’s charities through The London Community Foundation. They support small charities and groups who help those in need in their communities.
The first phase of donations raised will provide emergency funding to charities and community groups supporting those people most vulnerable due to COVID19. This means small grants that can meet immediate needs of charities and community groups, like purchasing of equipment, computers and mobiles, so they can respond to demand differently. Check to see if you are eligible here
London Funders have created a list of funders who recognise the impact COVID-19 will have on civil society groups and have signed up to their agreement to be flexible at this time, as well as news and updates on funding that is available.
Civil Society has a list of funding available to the sector which is being updated regularly.
The Charity Excellence Framework (CEF)
NCVO’s funding central site is currently free for non-members
These websites have regularly updated lists of Emergency funding available for the charity sector:
Covid-19 Resource Toolkit for Volunteer Organisations
Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, Volunteering Barnet have been helping Volunteer organisations in Barnet respond to national changes, providing resources and one to one support. We have created the below toolkit of resources to help you manage and support your network of volunteers as the ongoing affects of the national lockdowns and Covid-19 virus still impact those in our communities.
Guide to staying safe while helping others (for Volunteers)
We have also compiled a list of useful COVID-19 response resources from other providers.
Links to previous newsletters dated:
Issue: 08 April 2020
Issue: 03 April 2020
Issue: 30 March 2020
Issue: 20 March 2020