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VCSE Contingency Planning

We are updating this guidance to support organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please bear with us as it is work in progress . See our page on general Covid-19 Guidance

Community Responses to Covid-19 Pandemic

There is a great tradition of the community coming together in times of crisis. We are starting to see a number of community initiatives emerge or be talked about in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a fantastic statement on the caring nature of our communities.

However, it is important to consider carefully before starting any activity:

Short on time and resources - could you use video conferencing more

We live in a large rural county. Travel between meetings can take a huge amount of precious time out of the day. All that driving is costly in terms of cash and carbon footprint. Also planning for how we deal with pandemics or bad weather might mean its not a good idea to travel or meet in person.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Guidance for Organisations

A number of organisations have shared advice on staff and/or volunteer management in relation to the outbreak of the Coronavirus.  This article summarises some of the best information sources.  Last Updated 27-03-2020.

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team needs your views

Norfolk County Council's Development Worker Team - part of Early Help and Prevention Services within Adult Social Care - provides information, guidance and advice to individuals and communities across Norfolk to support people to stay independent, resilient and well in their own homes for longer.

The end of the financial year approaches… how are your finances?

It isn’t easy to manage finances in small VCSE organisations. Few can afford a dedicated finance director, so some useful guidance might not go amiss.

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