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Governance Bulletin 1st April 2020
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Government considering package to support sector, Prime Minister says
Government considering package to support sector, Prime Minister says
Boris Johnson says culture secretary Oliver Dowden and Chancellor Rishi Sunak are 'looking at a package of measures to support charities'
 
Coronavirus Latest
 
1 Sector leaders urge government to provide financial support
 
2 Cross-party group of MPs calls for urgent funding of voluntary sector
 
3 Use reserves if struggling, regulator advises charities
 
4 Regulator promises to be 'flexible and pragmatic' during outbreak
 
5 'Which charities can we not afford to lose?' asks NPC guidance for funders
 
6 More than 560,000 have signed up to volunteer for the NHS
 
7 Emergency appeal to raise funds for charities passes £11m in first week
 
 
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Coronavirus updates: Third Sector live blog Coronavirus updates: Third Sector live blog
 
Other News
Comic Relief chief steps down after just 21 days Comic Relief chief steps down after just 21 days
 
Royal Opera House will no longer work with choreographer cleared of sexual offences Royal Opera House will no longer work with choreographer cleared of sexual offences
 
More than a quarter of charities suffered cyber attacks last year More than a quarter of charities suffered cyber attacks last year
 
Clic Sargent appoints new chief executive Clic Sargent appoints new chief executive
 
NCS Trust narrowly missed participation targets, latest accounts show NCS Trust narrowly missed participation targets, latest accounts show
 
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Free online conference to help the charity sector respond to Covid-19 crisis Partner Content: Presented By Salesforce/Fundraising Everywhere The event will take place on the afternoon of 2 April and will cover a variety of themes including raising funds in the current challenging environment Free online conference to help the charity sector respond to Covid-19 crisis
 
Longer Reads
This crisis could be catastrophic, so don’t forget about the long term
This crisis could be catastrophic, so don’t forget about the long term
Charities might be tempted to go all out in the initial response to the pandemic, but it’s a marathon, not a sprint, leaders tell Rebecca Cooney
 
Comment
Girish Menon: How to lead in a time of crisis As leaders we have a responsibility to bring a sense of calm and a semblance of normality to our respective teams in the face of a pandemic Girish Menon: How to lead in a time of crisis
 
Simon Blake: At times like these, making authentic connections is more important than ever As coronavirus causes our workspaces and personal spaces to collide, environments in which we can fully be ourselves are crucial Simon Blake: At times like these, making authentic connections is more important than ever
 
Zoe Amar: How charities are using tech to fight climate change Conversations about climate change need to become part of our working lives, along with plans to change things for the better Zoe Amar: How charities are using tech to fight climate change
 
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