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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Click here to read information on the status of Community Action Norfolk's Services. As well as links to other information and advice
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Running an effective 'virtual' meeting

Working from home under lockdown has become the ‘new normal’ for many voluntary and community organisations. Many of us are now learning to meet via video-link, and it brings new challenges in running an effective meeting!

 

Good Neigbour Schemes at the forefront of community response

CAN’s long-standing network of Good Neighbour Schemes across Norfolk was well-placed to mobilise its members to respond quickly to local need = and the past few weeks have seen the Schemes welcome many new volunteers join in response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

Charity Commission update on services and operational status

The Charity Commission is offering guidance on running your charity during the Coronavirus pandemic, with useful information about meetings, postponing AGMs, using reserves and keeping people safe. 

Resources: COVID-19 Employment FAQs

CIPD have published some FAQs about employment during the pandemic

Resource: Evaluating your impact during a crisis

Inspiring Impact have share resources and case studies to help organisations to evaluate their work during the crisis. 

Changes to Government Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The government has extended employment date eligibility on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme

The government has published details of their Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme for employers

First Response – Mental Health Support Helpline for Norfolk and Suffolk

First Response is Norfolk and Suffolk NHS foundation Trust (NSFT)’s helpline for people experiencing mental health difficulties during the pandemic. 

Updated Coronavirus guidance for the charity sector

The government has updated and revised their guidance to the charity sector

How helpful is the Chancellor's Charity Support Package to rural communities?

CAN is an member of the national ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) network.  ACRE is very active at national level in helping formulate government strategies for supporting community groups. Right now ACRE is working with other national charities to help Government get to grips with the impact of Covid-19 on rural people and community organisations throughout England.

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