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Washing your hands of Coronavirus scams!

At this time when people are pulling together to help the most vulnerable in their communities, there are, sadly, a number of Coronavirus-related scams to be vigilant against.

EU Settlement Scheme Applications: Important Message About COVID-19

While applications continue to be processed, during this challenging time they will take longer than usual. In addition, in line with the latest Public Health England advice some of our support services and application routes have temporarily changed. 

Coronavirus / Covid-19 VCSE sector update

If you are (a) involved with a voluntary or community group or organisation (b) are thinking about volunteering or (c) wanting to start up a local help group in your community you'll find a wealth of good advice and guidance in our Norfolk VCSE Covid-19 update. 

Don't forget the food banks...

Don’t forget the food banks – they are needed now more than ever! Read what the Trussell Trust is doing now amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

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:

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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