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The Feed: preventing poverty, hunger and homelessness during Covid - and beyond

The Feed is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing catering services, with a very clear mission to prevent poverty, hunger and homelessness in Norwich.  

Additions to the COVID-19 Shielding List

Additional people have been identified as being at higher risk of adverse outcomes from Covid-19 based on research over the past year.

NHS Complaints Advocacy – resolving concerns about medical treatment received

Our National Health Service is still rated best in the developed world for safety, affordability and efficiency, according to the US-based Commonwealth Fund. But very occasionally – and it’s around one-tenth of one per-cent of all patient cases - something goes wrong and need resolving.

Norfolk and Waveney on track to offer a vaccination to top four priority groups most vulnerable to COVID-19

Norfolk and Waveney is on track to offer a vaccination to priority groups most vulnerable to coronavirus (COVID-19) and to vaccinate all those that come forward for their first dose by next week.

A banking blackout for charities? Why a collective voice is important

The impact of Covid has raised implications for banking services provided to VCSE groups and organisations. Nationally it appears that tighter banking restrictions coupled with a sustained period of financial inactivity due to the pandemic has led to a change in banking practice in relation to charity banking services.

 

Could you be HOPE After Suicide Loss's next Fundraiser?

Role Description: The role requires the Fundraiser to identify suitable funding streams that will support the work of HOPE in meeting its objectives. As Fundraiser you will use your expertise and networks to complete funding submissions, monitoring and end of grant reports. This role underpins the work of the charity and is critical to supporting vulnerable people through the trauma of suicide loss.

Brundall and Blofield Good Neighbour Scheme - Covid and beyond

Brundall & Blofield Good Neighbour Scheme (BBGNS) has been running since August 2016, and so was already well placed and had the experience to respond when the Covid-19 pandemic arrived. The volunteers, of which there are presently 28, cover a large area - the combined population of Brundall and Blofield is around 10,800, more than some towns.

Every Child Online campaign – laptops for schools

The Every Child Online campaign aims to ensure every school age child has a digital device and internet connection to learn remotely at home. 

FREE energy costs awareness training for VCSE staff and volunteers

At CAN we are helping combat fuel poverty across and beyond Norfolk by running more of our free online energy cost training sessions for VCSE frontline staff and volunteers.

Training: Developing Skills in Health and Social Care

The project is available to any adults working and living in Norfolk or Suffolk, specifically working with adults in Health and Social Care. (For volunteers, they can currently access funded training through Skills for Care Covid funding  https://www.skillsforcare.org.uk/About/News/COVID-19-Essential-training....)

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